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  • History made in the unmanned aerial aircraft field

    U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Shaneka Shaw, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 1 weapons and tactics instructor, graduated from the MQ-9 Basic and Requalification/Transition Course 2 class 20-03 to become the first black female Marine qualified to fly MQ-9 Reapers August 18, 2020, here.
  • Total force Airmen surpass MQ-9 aircrew training goal

    The 491st Attack Squadron is a geographically separated unit from Holloman Air Force Base. Active-duty Airmen from across the Air Force, to include Holloman, are continuing to build strong bonds with Air National Guardsmen from the 174th Attack Wing, during daily MQ-9 Reaper operations on Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, New York.
  • Working with 49ers

    49th Wing leadership visits the 49th Aircraft Communications Maintenance Unit
  • 49th Wing leadership visits 49th Comptroller Squadron

    Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Temple, 49th Wing command chief, discusses the software 49th Comptroller Squadron Airmen use on a daily-basis, Aug. 17, 2020, on Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico. Temple entered the Air Force in October of 1996 as a financial management apprentice. Over the last 23 years, he has served in various financial management
  • 635th Materiel Maintenance Group supports Little Rock AFB cooperative fuel effort

    Airmen from the 635th Materiel Maintenance Group’s Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources Base, here, loaded Ariel Bulk Fuel Delivery System equipment to assist training efforts at Little Rock Air Force Base, AR, Aug. 7.
  • Working with 49ers

    49th Wing Leadership visits 16th Training Squadron
  • Dependable dining

    The permanent party dining facility is a staple in all Air Force bases. These facilities are available to Airmen to provide nutrition that is essential to their readiness. In March of 2020, when the world seemingly stopped due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Air Force mission continued, and the Shifting Sands dining facility here made necessary adjustments to ensure operations would safely continue.
  • Airman Leadership School class 20-5

    There were 64 Airmen who graduated from the Holloman Airman Leadership School and the very first to complete an all-virtual class, Aug. 6, here.
  • 49th Wing 2nd quarter awards ceremony

    Team Holloman 2nd quarter award winners were greeted by Col. Ryan Keeney, 49th Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Temple, 49th Wing command chief, with awards for exceptional performance during the quarter, Aug. 5, here.
  • Out and about

    The 49th Wing leadership visited the 54th Training Squadron facility to gain a better understanding of the mission while obtaining hands-on experiences that aid in their ability to produce operationally-ready F-16 Viper aircrew.
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