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  • 2023 Casa’s Big Give

    The Big Give event made a comeback this year after being dormant for four years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was once hosted by the 49th Force Support Squadron and has now been adopted by Casa Auto Group, making it the 13th Annual Big Give in Alamogordo, New Mexico.The Big Give, now hosted by

  • 49th Wing Safety conducts motorcycle group mentorship ride

    The 49th Wing hosted a mentorship ride this past Friday here to participate in a local bike ride throughout Ruidoso, Tularosa and Cloudcroft, New Mexico. Mentorship rides are a great opportunity for riders to unite, no matter the rank, and safely ride together. They also provide a fun environment

  • 491st ATKS instructor pilot maintains mission priority

    The Airmen of the 491st Attack Squadron play a pivotal role in keeping Holloman’s mission going and for two and a half years, U.S. Air Force Capt. Christopher Carter, 491st ATKS MQ-9 instructor pilot, has dedicated his time to training both active duty and Air National Guard student pilots to

  • Holloman | 849th AMXS keeps the F-16 in the sky

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman William Domnick, 849th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron assistant dedicated crew chief, inspects the exhaust port of an F-16 Viper at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, June 27, 2023. The 849th AMXS is responsible for the launch of 10,000 F-16 missions that generate

  • 49th SFS Airman assists local police during bomb threat

    On January 7th, around 11 in the morning, U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Elyse Mora, 49th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, was at her house watching a movie when she got a call from one of her supervisors. 

  • 49th LRS Airmen improve organization of parts

    Maintainers from the 311th and 314th Fighter Squadrons used to go back and forth from the flight line to the central warehouse to pick up parts. This helps to reduce the time it takes to pick up parts needed to make timely repairs.

  • T-38 AMP keeps trainer aircraft rolling

    Marchello Carrington, T-38 Aircraft Maintenance Program aircraft general technician, assesses for damage inside a T-38A/B engine panel at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, June 8, 2023. The T-38 AMP maintains T-38A/Bs across the Air Combat Command and T-38Cs assigned to the 586th Flight Test

  • 846th TS brings the need for speed to Holloman

    The 50,000 foot track is operated by the 846th Test Squadron. This squadron is responsible for all things test track related, such as building the sleds, running diagnostics, performing the tests and much more.