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CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- This male Australian Sheppard needs a good home. He is not neutered and is current on rabies vaccines. He is about a year and a half old and has a gentle, good disposition. This animal and others are in need of new homes due to abandonments or military assignments or deployments. To include your pet in this list, please contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at (505) 784-4228 to send a high resolution photo, a description of the animal and your contact information. Please include information such as approximate age, sex, spayed/neutered, and if declawed or microchiped. To have the pet removed from the site, send a cancellation notice. (courtesy photo) Australian Sheppard

0 11/15
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Staff Sgt. Eric Schmidt, 27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron, spends time with World War II veteran Audrey Down at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Amarillo, Texas. Mr. Down, who is deaf, used a white board and a marker to communicate. Sergeant Schmidt was one of 32 Cannon Airman who traveled to the hospital on Nov. 9 as part of Cannon's Middle Tier organization's community service program. (Air Force photo by Greg Allen) Cannon Airmen give a personal thanks to veterans
Some rode the bus. Others drove their cars. One couple even rode their motorcycle. Though their modes of transportation differed, they all arrived 90 miles later at the Veterans Hospital in Amarillo, Texas with a singular purpose - to honor veterans. The 32 Cannon Airmen made the trip on Nov. 9, said Staff Sgt. Naomi Brown, 27th Special Operations
0 11/14
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. - Airman 1st Class Bryan Karason, 27th Special Operations Mission Support Squadron, assists Airman 1st Class Marc Hightower, 27th Special Operations Component Maintenance Squadron, who is picking up his meals for his Meals on Wheels route. The Cannon Junior Enlisted Council volunteered one week a month to deliver meals for the local Clovis Meals on Wheels. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elliott Sprehe) Airmen serve up support
Some Airmen take for granted the food allowance given to them, whether it's a meal card or basic allowance for subsistence, so for them to give back to those in need shows the support servicemembers have for their local communities. The Cannon Junior Enlisted Council, or CJEC, began a commitment to spend one week a month delivering meals for the
0 11/13
2007
Rachel Wood, a student at nearby Ranchvale Elementary School, salutes the white table, symbolic of all servicemembers who lost their lives in battle. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elliott Sprehe) Students learn meaning of Veterans Day
Veterans Day, as Cannon Airmen took a well-deserved day off, Ranchvale Elementary School students held a ceremony to honor America's veterans.Many parents of the children attended the White Table Ceremony as Rachel Wood read the story "America's White Table", written by Margot Theis Raven and illustrated by Mike Benny. In the story, Kati, 10,
0 11/13
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- The 27th Special Operations Communications Squadron team tries to block a kick by 27th Special Operations Civil Engineering Squadron during the intramural flag football championship game. SOCES won the game in overtime. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Evelyn Chavez) Sports -- Overtime win makes SOCES 2007 football champs
The 27th Special Operations Civil Engineering Squadron intramural football team barely skated by the 27th Special Operations Communications Squadron, winning in overtime with a score of 36-36 to become the 2007 Cannon Intramural Flag Football champions. "It wasn't about if were going to win, it was about how," said SOCES player Jonathan
0 11/09
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. ? Stop signs will replace the flashing lights at Arcadia and Torch streets beginning Nov. 15. A study by base safety, engineering and fire department officials determined that the flashing lights confused some drivers when fire trucks from the nearby fire department rolled to a call and posed a potential safety hazard as well. Drivers must pull over and yield to all emergency response vehicles they are responding to a call with lights and sirens flashing. (Air Force photo by Greg Allen) Stop signs to replace flashing lights

0 11/07
2007
Call today to celebrate Native American Heritage Month at a dinner Nov. 15 at The Landing (courtesy graphic) Celebrating Warriors - Past and Present

0 11/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo Finance operations undergoing biggest change in its history
The Air Force is transforming its Financial Management (FM) operations in the largest change in AF FM's 60-year history and for Airmen at Cannon, the changes begin Dec. 14. The changes will provide more effective and efficient finance operations by consolidating the processing operations currently provided by 93 separate active and reserve base
0 11/06
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Lt. Col. Tod Fingal, 522nd Fighter Squadron commander, gives a speech during the Fireballs dining out. The dining out celebrated the Fireballs' history before their planned inactivation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Erik Cardenas) Fireballs' last feast
The era of the 27th Fighter Wing, Cannon's former host unit, got one step closer to its end Saturday night at the Landing during the 522nd Fighter Squadron's dining out. The Fireballs, who recently returned from an Aerospace Expeditionary Force deployment to Guam, celebrated their rich history in style over the course of the night. Attired in mess
0 11/06
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Participants watch as a pumpkin is launched from a catapult during the third annual Pumpkin Chunkin. The Pumpkin Chunkin held Nov. 3 at Doc Stewart Park was a fun way for people to dispose of their leftover Halloween pumpkins. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Evelyn Chavez) Pumpkin Chunkin, a smash hit

0 11/05
2007
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