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  • Where in the world is the 314th FS, AMU?

    Airmen from the 314th Fighter Squadron and 314th Aircraft Maintenance Unit worked out of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, in San Diego, California, for a training exercise from May 29 to June 14, 2019. Between the two squadrons, a total of 168 personnel, 16 F-16 Vipers and 14 tons of equipment were fully functional during the temporary duty assignment in support of 258 flying training sorties.
  • 311th AMU supports exercise Venom 19-01

    The 311th Fighter Squadron deployed for a temporary duty assignment to Hill Air Force Base, Utah, April 22, 2019, for exercise Venom 19-01. The snowcapped mountains and lush, green grass of Utah replace the old scenery of white sands and open desert of Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico. Over 200 personnel from the 311th FS and its associated units left on the TDY, in addition to 16 F-16 Fighting Falcons. Among these personnel, over 150 of them belong to the 311th Aircraft Maintenance Unit.
  • Melting pot of the medical group

    White coats, stethoscopes, nurses and doctors are a few of the most identifiable symbols and careers in the medical community. While these are prevalent in every hospital and medical clinic in the Air Force, there is a subset of equally hard-working medical professionals that are often overlooked.“The Biomedical Science Corps is one of five corps
  • AETC commander visits Holloman

    Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast, commander of Air Education and Training Command visited Holloman AFB for the first time since the base was reassigned to AETC in October 2018.
  • Advance assignments now available to Airmen deploying for 365-day Extended Deployments

    Effective Nov. 1, active duty Airmen selected for an extended deployment may apply to receive an advance assignment up to 16 months prior to the projected Report Not Later Than Date of the assignment.
  • Another tool in the toolbox

    It is a cool, fall day and the sun shines through the car window warming your face. Suddenly, the truck jerks and tumbles off the road. Your teammate is thrown from the truck, and flung out of sight. You exit the truck and find your teammate critically injured. He is presumably dead. There is no time to think about anything else. Medical care needs
  • Holloman’s 2016 Motorcycle Ride

    The 49th Wing Safety office hosted the annual Holloman Motorcycle Ride here Aug. 26. Nearly 40 riders from Holloman participated in the 100-mile ride that promoted safe habits and improved riders’ skills.
  • Nine years of giving big

    Every year for the past nine, Holloman Airmen and their families spend hundreds of hours in the New Mexico heat, volunteering in the local community during the annual Big Give event. Thirty-two teams of 412 volunteers participated in this year’s Big Give. This year’s theme, “Grow Community,” racked up 4,997 man hours over the span of three weeks.
  • Holloman enacts REAL ID Act

    Holloman will be enacting federal security measures to support the REAL ID Act starting Aug. 15.
  • PCSing Pets

    Permanently changing stations overseas can be a stressful and overwhelming time for service members, families and pets. Any way to make the process smoother and easier can be a relief. Pet owners should be aware of the requirements, and sometimes lengthy process, to have their pets join them overseas.
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