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  • 311th Fighter Squadron Class 20-BBH graduation

    Thirteen F-16 Viper student pilots graduated from the 311th Fighter Squadron’s F-16 Basic Course, during a physically distanced ceremony at Hangar 500, 14 Nov., here.
  • Working with 49ers

    49th Wing Command Team visits 49th WG historian.
  • A win, win situation

    For members of the base chapel, there’s been a few feathery, unexpected guests in attendance for years now. The burrowing owl appropriately named “Deacon,” and his family, can often be seen in his artificial burrow, made by Team Holloman members and local professionals. Although Holloman is a natural habitat for burrowing owls, there are some areas that would create a safety concern for birds and base populace. The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron, with the help of civilian contractors, have assumed this responsibility of ensuring the safety of burrowing owls on Holloman, as they are a species of conservation concern in the state of New Mexico.
  • Military Working Dog Bruno rocks medically prescribed goggles

    In 2019, MWD Bruno was diagnosed with pannus, an immune system condition that occurs as a result of ultraviolet light damage to the side of the cornea. MWD Bruno takes various ophthalmic and oral medications, in addition to wearing specialized canine goggles, which has a UV lens that protects Bruno’s eyes from the UV light that can worsen his condition.
  • Working with 49ers

    49th Wing Command Team visits 49th Communications Squadron
  • Airman Leadership School class 21-1

    Forty-eight Airmen graduated from Holloman’s Airman Leadership School, Nov. 5, during a ceremony at Heritage Park, here. ALS is a six-week professional development course designed to prepare new staff sergeants and senior airmen for supervisory duties. This training is required before members can fulfill the role of frontline supervisors. ALS topics covered topics including leadership, followership, communication skills and the profession of arms.
  • AETC command team visits Holloman AFB Nov. 4-5

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander of Air Education and Training Command and Chief Master Sgt. Erik Thompson, command chief of AETC, visited Holloman Air Force Base, Nov. 4-5 to see first-hand how Team Holloman is accelerating change, improving quality of service, developing leaders, and cultivating an environment of excellence.
  • Holloman AFB launches diversity and inclusion initiative

    The 49th Wing created a Diversity and Inclusion Task Force in an effort to achieve long-term impact by enhancing Holloman’s unity, inclusion and common strength of purpose. The task force consists of approximately 25 Airmen from across the base, volunteering to meet objectives of cultivating an environment of respect and inclusivity.
  • Female fighter pilots test modified ATAGS “G-suit”

    Five female fighter pilots tested a modified version of the Advanced Technology Anti-Gravity Suit Oct. 26-30.
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