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Mr Rick Essick, TRIWEST Healthcare Alliance, presents a $1,000 check for the Air Force Aid Society to Ms. Lenn Furrow, Airman and Family Readiness Center. TRIWEST is the 49th Medical Group's partner in providing medical services to the Holloman community. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of the 49th Medical Group) TRIWEST donates to AFAS

0 4/18
2007
Default Air Force Logo 49 MDG ready for HSI
This week, the 49th Medical Group is undergoing a comprehensive inspection of the facility and its programs. The Health Service Inspection is the medical version of an Inspector General inspection, said Lt. Col. James Clapsaddle, 49th Medical Support Squadron commander. The inspection occurs once every three years and delves into every program the
0 4/16
2007
Tech. Sgt. Tony Jacquez , 49th Maintenance Squadron, hugs his children Tasha and Tiffany at Holloman Air Force Base April 13, after returning home from a three-and-ahalf-month deployment to the Republic of Korea.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Michael Means) Holloman welcomes home Korea deployment
More than 400 family, friends and fellow Team Holloman members welcomed home the Airmen of the 9th Fighter Squadron and 49th Maintenance Group Friday at Holloman Air Force Base. Nearly 250 Airmen came home from a three-and-a-half month deployment to Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea. "It's awesome to be home," said Staff Sgt. Joseph Metoyer, 49th
0 4/13
2007
Ms. Tracie Burns, Staff Sgt. Phillip Burns, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron and their daughter, Zarea Burns accept her sweepstakes prize -- a 6.59 carat diamond bracelet from Mr. Edward Murphy, Army and Air Force Exchange Service business manager, and Mr. Lou Leyva, national acount sales manager for Serta. Ms. Burns was the first prize winner of 18 prizes given out nation wide in celebration of Serta's 75th Anniversary. The company gave away 75 carats of diamonds with a total value of $350,000. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Terri Barriere) Holloman spouse beats the odds

0 4/12
2007
Tech. Sgt. Michael Munson, NCOIC Training and Readiness, 49th Civil Engineers Squadron, rings the Ceremonial Bell during the Last Alarm Bell Ceremony honoring Chief Master Sergeant retired Hugh Pike  April 10 at Holloman Air Force Base. Mr. Pike, whose career spanned more than 40 years of military and civilian service, passed away on April 5 (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jamal Sutter) Holloman firedawgs have Last Bell Ceremony

0 4/11
2007
Brig. Gen. David Goldfein, 49th Fighter Wing commander, greets Mr. Mark Chino, president of the Mescalero Nation. Mr. Chino came to Holloman with senior staff members of the Inn of the Mountain Gods to discuss mutual topics about the educational enrichment program and military hospitality at The Inn. This is the first time Mr. Chino has visited Holloman and the first time a Mescalero president met with the wing commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jamal Sutter) Wing commander meets with Mescalero president

0 4/10
2007
Default Air Force Logo Anti-Terrorism training comes to Holloman
Every American, regardless of job or background, has been affected by the tactics and goals of terrorists. Since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks the world has changed tremendously as we learn to live with the threat of terrorism. The Anti-Terrorism Office at Holloman recently conducted a four-day Anti-Terrorism Level II certification class designed to
0 4/10
2007
Capt. Tim Smith, 9th Fighter Squadron pilot, is welcomed back by his wife, Katrina, sons, Jackson and Hughston, and daughter, Hannah, after returning home to Holloman from deployment. Captain Smith was part of a deployment that sent more than 300 Holloman Airmen to the Republic of Korea. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jamal Sutter) F-117s come home to Holloman
Family and friends came to greet four F-117A Nighthawks returning home to Holloman April 4 from a routine deployment to the Republic of Korea. The F-117s are the first of more than a dozen that deployed alongside more than 300 Airmen to Kunsan Air Base, Korea, in January. "It's good to be back," said Lt. Col. Mark Drinkard, the first 9th Fighter
0 4/05
2007
Default Air Force Logo Town Hall meeting discusses Holloman issues
Members of the Holloman community recently met with representatives from various base agencies for the monthly community Town Hall Meeting to discuss base issues. Town Hall Meetings offer base agencies an opportunity to get important information out to the base public as well as give Team Holloman a chance to get their voices heard. During the last
0 4/05
2007
Default Air Force Logo Satellite Medical Clinic set to relocate April 30
The 49th Medical Group Satellite Clinic services will relocate from Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center to the base clinic May 1 in an effort to continue providing quality medical care to all patients. Colonel Matt Adkins, 49th Medical Group commander, said relocating the Satellite Clinic's services to Holloman is the logical choice as
0 4/05
2007
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