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  • Holloman 'preferred' new home for F-22A

    The Air Force announced March 1 Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., is a preferred alternative location for an operational bed down of the F-22A Raptor."The announcement of Holloman as a preferred location for bed down of an operational F-22A unit makes sense," said Gen. Ron Keys, Air Combat Command commander. "This is a clear acknowledgement of the
  • Movie project transforms Holloman

    What do the Air Force's first stealth fighter, a toy that has been around since the 1980s, and a director who loves big-budget, special effects-driven movies all have in common? The answer is the DreamWorks/Paramount Pictures project, "Transformers," being filmed here.On May 19, Col. David Moore, 49th Fighter Wing commander, along with
  • Airman trains Hollywood actors for 'Transformers' movie

    For authentic military aspects, DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures looked no further than Air Force Airmen for the major motion picture production "Transformers." Actors trained for their individual military parts with an Air Force senior NCO.Master Sgt. Ray Bolinger, combat controller with the 22nd Special Tactics Squadron at McChord Air Force
  • From Holloman to Hollywood, Transformers make movie magic

    Lights, camera, action! Airmen at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., home to the Air Force's only operational F-117 wing, got to experience a new kind of rush as Hollywood invaded their base.The DreamWorks/Paramount Pictures live-action film "Transformers," set to release in July 2007, will feature several different aircraft including the F-117