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  • Military Saves Week 2018

    The 49th Force Support Squadron Airman and Family Readiness Center kicked off Holloman’s annual Military Saves Week with a car show at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., Feb. 26, 2018.
  • Holloman hosts Royal Canadian Air Force

    Holloman Air Force Base hosted dissimilar aircraft training and integration with the Royal Canadian Air Force from Jan. 22 to Feb. 15, 2018.The training served to familiarize NATO allies with each other’s aircraft operations and maintenance requirements as well as strengthening their partnerships. “We were able to take the F-16 [Fighting Falcons]
  • Readiness is not just for Airmen

    The Airman and Family Readiness Center, 635th Materiel Maintenance Group and Holloman’s Youth Programs rallied for Operation Kids Investigating Deployment at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., Feb. 2, 2018.
  • Rethink your drink

    We all have heard the old saying, “we are what we eat,” but did you know that this is just as important for your teeth as it is your body? Your choice of drink not only has a huge impact on your waistline, but on your dental health too.
  • ATSO Rodeo keeps Airmen fit to fight

    The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron trained approximately 250 Airmen during Holloman’s first official Ability to Survive and Operate Rodeo of the year at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., Jan. 29, 2018.
  • RCAF CF-18s arrive at Holloman

    Personnel and equipment, including CF-18 Hornets, from the Royal Canadian Air Force began arriving at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., Jan. 24, 2018. This visit, scheduled to last until mid-February, is a unique joint opportunity to bolster NATO partnerships with the U.S. Air Force and to expand the training syllabus of the F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots and maintainers from the 54th Fighter Group.
  • Holloman sets date for 2018 open house

    The 49th Wing leadership has announced plans for an open house at Holloman Air Force Base. The one-day event is free to the public and scheduled for Saturday, May 5, 2018. Aerial acts and static displays are still being determined, but more information will be released as it becomes available. "We are delighted to announce we will be opening our
  • December 2017 Chief's Choice Award

    The 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 December, the chiefs are proud to present the Chief’s Choice Award to: TSgt Brian Tucker   Q. 1        What
  • Take care of each other

    As the new year began, I started looking at plans to make this year even better than the last. Settling back into the office, I reflected on successes and challenges from last year -- from both Holloman and the Air Force. I saw some troubling statistics on DUIs, sexual assaults and drug use. They bothered me. They really bothered me. But,
  • Command innovation

    Air Force Command Posts ensure base operations and communications run proficiently and effectively under any condition. The 49th Wing’s Command Post has created a new, easy to carry, pocket sized, reference guide to assist leadership in knowing what events are reportable.  If an aircraft mishap were to interfere with base operations it is up to
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Check out some of the highlights from the #HAFB July 2018 Load Crew Competition! #FlyFightWin
Colonel Joseph Campo assumed command of the 49th Wing from Colonel Houston Cantwell on July 6, 2018. After assuming command Colonel Campo spoke to the Airmen gathered for the ceremony.
Holloman Air Force Base welcomes Col. Joseph L. Campo as the Commander of the 49th Wing. Holloman Air Force Base 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern) Air Combat Command
Check out the hard work of Airman 1st Class Anthony Montero, one of our fellow Fortyniners serving downrange!
Happy 4th! We hope everyone has a safe and fun holiday. In the meantime enjoy some sounds of freedom!
Daniel Salinas from the 49th Wing Safety office has some summertime safety tips to keep in mind.
#MondayMotivation “You have to get up and make the best of it. There’s no point in being down about it.” After approximately a year of doctors’ visits, Col. Paul Brezinski, 49th Medical Group commander, at 37 years old, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. That was only the beginning of his journey. Read Brezinski’s full story from the link below! AFMS-Holloman-49th Medical Group | Air Combat Command | United States Air Force | U.S. Air Force Medical Service - AFMS
2018 Big Give has officially kicked off at #HAFB! Team leaders showed up to receive a summer safety brief and pick up their Big Give t-shirts.
Holloman's dental clinic has a new initiative that will save patients and workers more time, check out the details from the link below! AFMS-Holloman-49th Medical Group | Air Combat Command| United States Air Force
U.S. Navy Identifies Casualty The U.S. Navy announced today the death of a U.S. Navy pilot who was involved in a mishap at Holloman Air Force Base, NM. Lt. Christopher Carey Short, from Canandaigua, New York died June 22nd when the A-29 aircraft he was piloting crashed while on a mission over the Red Rio Bombing Range, part of White Sands Missile Range, north of Holloman. "There's no way to to describe the shock of this loss and the sadness we feel for his family," said Col. Houston Cantwell, commander of Holloman's 49th Wing. "He did pioneering work in aviation that will help shape American air power for years to come. We're thankful to have known him and grateful for his devotion to duty." The cause of the mishap is under investigation. For more information about Lt. Short, contact Cmdr. Doug Gabos, Commander Naval Air Forces Reserve Public Affairs Officer, at 757-322-5652, or doug.gabos@navy.mil. For any additional queries, contact Lt. Col. Robert Carver, 49th Wing Public Affairs Office, Holloman Air Force Base, NM at 575-635-7774, or robert.n.carver1.mil@mail.mil.
An A-29 Super Tucano crashed over the Red Rio Bombing Range at approximately 11:30 a.m. MDT today during a training flight as part of the Air Force's Light Attack Experiment. One aircrew member suffered minor injuries and was airlifted to a local hospital. More information on the second aircrew member will be released when it is available. The crash is currently under investigation, and no cause has been determined at this time. The Red Rio Bombing Range is part of the White Sands Missile Range, a U.S. Army instillation and the Department of Defense's larges, open air test range. Fire and police units from the White Sands Missile Range Directorate of Emergency Services initially responded to the report of the crash. More information will be released when it is available. The ground-based military exercise scheduled for this evening has been canceled.
Aircraft crashes on Red Rio Range The 49th Wing has confirmed a manned aircraft crashed at approximately 11:45 a.m. at Red Rio Bombing Range, 65 miles north of Holloman Air Force Base. The Red Rio Bombing Range is an active Air Force facility that encompasses approximately 196,000 acres on White Sands Missile Range. An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the incident. The condition of the pilots is unknown at this time. Additional information will be released as it becomes available. For additional information, please contact the Holloman Air Force Base Public Affairs Office at 575-572-5406 or 575-572-7381 during regular business hours, or 575-572-7575 after hours. The 49th Wing Pubic Affairs Facebook will also be updated as more information is made available.
Congratulations to the graduates of Airman Leadership Class 18-5. Good luck with your future leadership endeavors.
Thanks to the recent rain over the Lincoln National Forest, fire restrictions on the Smokey Bear and Sacramento Ranger Districts will be lowered to Stage I.
Check out some of the awesome work being put in by some of Holloman's own 49th Munitions Systems Specialists! #HAFB #AirForce #AMMO #ACC Air Combat Command Beale Air Force Base
#MondayMotivation Senior Master Sgt. David Mason, 49th Security Forces logistics and resources superintendent, was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious achievement during his deployment to an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, from July 2017 to January 2018. With the followership of several units, Mason accomplished 142 key leader engagements, establish daily security requirements and enable delivery of 36 tons of weapons and ammunition to the front lines. Additionally, he increased the defensive capabilities of his facility’s perimeter with several fortification efforts, including: replacing two miles of concertina wire, deploying 96 star barriers and one ground radar system. Congratulations Senior Master Sgt. Mason! For more: http://www.holloman.af.mil/Article-Display/Article/1544767/senior-master-sgt-receives-bronze-star-medal/
The Holloman High-Speed Test Track, operated by the 846th Test Squadron, is one facility that enables test scientists and engineers to meet both of the above criteria. The test track is a 10-mile long, precision-aligned track that provides scientists and engineers a platform from which to conduct their various missions. Tests on the track provide valid data on problems which cannot be solved by other ground test means. Airman Magazine | United States Air Force | Air Combat Command
#Congratulations to our newest SNCOs and SNCO selects! You can see the photos from the 2018 SNCO Induction Ceremon… https://t.co/EpKV46KMd3
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#MWD Vulkan retired after years of faithful service. Click the link below for more photos and info! #USAFhttps://t.co/qZsHN6fXVz
The #HollomanAFB Youth and Teen Development Center had the opportunity to tour the base and learn about #aviation a… https://t.co/hNmfslkpV4
Retired CMSgt Ernie Lorelli was injured in a car wreck. His team members provided immediate medical treatment, keep… https://t.co/hPpimuJCSr
RT @GenDaveGoldfein: Today marks the 10-year anniversary of the retirement of the F-117 Nighthawk. I was lucky to be able to help send thes…
#DYK Holloman is hosting an open house May 5? Entry is free, and families are more than welcome! Get all the detail… https://t.co/VbAxgj9t8t
RT @USAFRecruiting: This month we celebrate our little fighters. Thank you for providing strength and support to your #Airman. #MonthOfTheM
RT @USAF_ACC: Starting April 1, @usairforce expanded child care options for families of deployed or remote Airmen. | U.S. Air Force photo/S…
RT @USAFHealth: On #NationalDoctorsDay, we pay tribute to the Air Force doctors who provide #TrustedCareAnywhere to our Airmen and their fa…
Need some #MondayMotivation? Over 8k people marched in this year’s #BataanMemorialDeathMarch! Check out all of the… https://t.co/YzbBJ7Jwdu
Happy #NationalPuppyDay! Check out these photos from military working #dog Beci’s retirement ceremony. We thank you… https://t.co/MSWj0Uh2lp
RT @AirmanMagazine: Today, we honor America's veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve! Have a safe and ha…
RT @USAFHealth: The Air Force recognizes the strength & resilience of our wounded warriors. #ShowOfStrength https://t.co/Puj6A27ypB https:/…
The 311th Air Maintenance Unit took the victory at the 3rd quarter weapons load competition against the 314th AMU &… https://t.co/ozcMWRonrV
Check out this footage from inside a glider flight from last weekend. https://t.co/5hYH3VasBB
Friday Holloman Airmen enjoyed a wing run. https://t.co/fRqDlhcsvD
Holloman Air Force Base RPA pilots and sensor operators were recently trained for intelligence, surveillance and re… https://t.co/zrJwLIbYzU