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  • Remembering our fallen

    As the hot sun sets, the sounds of a large crowd diminishes into the night. With each hour that the moon glows in darkness, the air becomes filled with sounds of soft murmurs and quick, calculated breaths against the dry, desert air in rhythm with rubber soles that tap against the pavement with each stride.The pavilion at Biggs Park on Fort Bliss,
  • ADAPT: Improving careers, not ending them

    Whether you are taking the edge off during times of stress or celebrating milestones with friends and family, it is important to maintain responsible drinking habits. But when does a single casual drink on the weekend become a habitual daily drink? Like many Airmen, drinking was just another way to socialize for Airman 1st Class Alicia Holcomb, 49th Equipment Maintenance Squadron’s munitions systems specialist, until it began to define her military career.
  • Holloman hosts air-to-ground integration exercise

    Holloman hosted combat rescue officers from the 351st Special Warfare Training Squadron at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, March 12-14, 2019.
  • March Chief’s Choice Award

    Holloman’s Chiefs Group has a monthly recognition program titled Chief’s Choice Award. Every month a chief has the honor of choosing a deserving Airman for an outstanding act or for continuous outstanding performance.For the month of March, the chiefs are proud to present the Chief’s Choice Award to Staff Sgt. Brian Lee.Chief Master Sgt. Manuel
  • Holloman Solar Observatory

    Editor’s note: This is the first in a four part series of articles on the solar observatory. Just as local weather flights provide the base command post notifications and alerts of heat stress, thunderstorms, or high winds, the Holloman Air Force Base Solar Observatory has provided Department of Defense agencies similar notifications. Holloman is
  • Holloman observes Women’s History Month

    In honor of Women’s History Month, Holloman hosted two guest speakers from New Mexico State University during an open forum at the Community Activity Center, March 19th, 2019.Dr. Tina Byford, interim vice president of university advancement, and Leslie Cervantes, associate VP of alumni and donor relations of NMSU, spoke to a group of Airmen about
  • Boom goes the dynamite

    Airmen from five Explosive Ordnance Disposal teams across the Air Force and members of Doña Ana County Police Department’s bomb squad gathered here for post-blast training, March 18-22, 2019. Special agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ National Center for Explosives Training and Research provided 40 hours of hands-on training covering the procedures to take after an explosion occurs.
  • Excellence in all he did

    (Editor's Note: Staff Sgt. John-Paul Nance will become 2nd. Lt. John-Paul Nance on March 29, 2019.)
  • Getting job done, no matter what

    F-16 Fighting Falcon jets are large, fast and loud machines. The roar from these aircraft speeding across the sky is affectionately called “the sound of freedom” by many who feel a sense of pride for their country.311th Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chiefs take pride in their responsibility for these jets after long, grueling hours working on
  • Remembering the Bataan with Major Rahn

    She stopped, her hazel eyes lowering to her feet. Her heels felt like they were being rubbed by sandpaper in her worn down boots. She had marched 18 miles already and felt determined to complete the marathon. Taking off her boot, she saw a thin worn down bubble of skin. Her feet were blistering. She looked around for the medic station and trudged over to begin receiving treatment. After an hour of assistance from two doctors, she got up and began treading along again. The Bataan Memorial Death March was something she needed to accomplish. Maj. Brianne Rahn, 49th Wing Staff Judge Advocate deputy, participated in her first full-marathon Bataan Memorial Death March, March 17, 2019, on White Sands Missile Range, N.M.
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