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  • Chiefs Choice Award January 2019

    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.
  • Pillars of Comprehensive Airman Fitness: social fitness

    (Editor's Note: This feature is part two of a four part series on Comprehensive Airman Fitness)
  • The Special Victims’ Counsel’s new office

    The Special Victims’ Counsel has officially re-opened Jan. 11, 2019, and moved behind the Airman and Family Readiness Center in building 788 here. The SVC began in 2013 with a mission of providing sexual assault victims free legal advice and advocating for them through military justice matters and issues that result from sex crimes.
  • Pillars of Comprehensive Airman Fitness: mental fitness

    (Editor's Note: This feature is part one of a four part series on Comprehensive Airman Fitness)
  • Jack of all trades, master of none

    Labels cannot always define what is on the inside, especially when the person is a jack of all trades, master of none. But, for those who hold themselves to a higher standard, with the initiative to be the best, only the label, Dedicated Crew Chief will do. Almost five years into his career, Senior Airman Jordan Eveland, 314th Aircraft Maintenance
  • Feeding the animal

    Nestled between the Sacramento and San Andreas mountain ranges, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, is home to the 49th Wing and the Air Force’s largest pilot upgrade training wing. With hundreds of aircrew graduating from the six training squadrons, keeping the chaos in the skies of the Tularosa Basin in order is no easy task.“We currently do
  • Obstacles that broke me, opportunities that put me back together

    There is something about this time of year that causes me to question the voice of my conscience.As the weeks leading up to the winter solstice become shorter, the warm sunshine slowly asphyxiates with the darkness of twilight.Feeling constantly starved for my next gluttonous splurge around the holidays is like falling down an endless rabbit
  • Inside the looming tower

    Air traffic controllers from the 54th Operations Support Squadron arrive for duty long before the sun begins to rise. The start of their morning shift, or as they reference it, “day shift,” marks the start of the flying mission. The brisk winter air is stagnant, stinging their cheeks as they approach the impressive 12-story tower. The 49th Wing
  • 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.
  • Gen. Stephen Wilson visits Holloman

    (From left to right) Tech. Sgt. Whitney O’Neill, 49th Wing protocol specialist; Chief Master Sgt. Sarah Esparza, 49th Wing command chief and Col. Joseph Campo, 49th Wing commander, salute as Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Stephen Wilson arrives on Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., November 29. Wilson received a tour of Holloman after officiating a
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