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Default Air Force Logo AFSOC TO STAND UP WING AT CANNON AFB OCT. 1
Air Force Special Operations Command got a green light to press forward with its plans to stand up a special operations wing at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. Mr. William C. Anderson, assistant secretary for the Air Force Directorate of Installations, Environment and Logistics, signed the record of decision, finalizing the National Environmental
0 8/21
2007
Default Air Force Logo Cannon Airmen selected for staff sergeant
These Cannon Airmen have been selected for promotion to staff sergeant: Robinson, Hugh Carter, Jenita Thompson, Nathan Trapp, Daniel Eggers, Michael Brown, Johnny Daniels, Robert Robinson, Jaime Marks, Christopher Love, James Cruz, Vonda Syzdek, John Laurent, Ray Harper, Travis Wagner, Matthew Gould, Joseph Manion, Thomas Labonte, Scott Greene,
0 8/17
2007
Lt. Gen. Norman Seip, the 12th Air Force and Air Forces Southern Commander, goes on-line via his new commander’s web forum to interact with 12th Air Force and AFSOUTH  Airmen. The general continues to make communication with Airmen a priority, and the launching of his new forum takes it to another level.
12th Air Force CC launches new web forum: you are invited!
Have you ever had a question or concern that you wanted to communicate directly to one of your senior leaders? Well here is your chance. Lt. Gen. Norman Seip, the 12th Air Force and Air Forces Southern Commander, launched his new commander's web forum Friday designed to allow him direct, two-way communication with 12th Air Force and AFSOUTH Airmen.
0 8/15
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- George is a 5 1/2 years old, English Cocker
Spaniel. His shots are current and he is micro-chipped. He is In need of a good
home, preferably without small children. Interested individuals can contact
Tech. Sgt. Vanessa King at 219-9549. (courtesy photo) English Cocker Spaniel needs home

0 8/10
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Alfonso is very affectionate and needs a permanent loving home.  He's great with children and other dogs.  He has been neutered and immunized.  Please contact Master Sgt. Melissa Santaella at 784-2507 for more information. (courtesy photo)  Australian Sheppard needs home

0 8/10
2007
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- The kitten was found at the base chapel.  It is currently being cared for by Tech. Sgt. Amy Bengry until a permanent home can be found.  If you are interested in adopting this little guy, please contact Sergeant Bengry at 784-2919.(courtesy photo)  Kitten needs home

0 8/10
2007
Default Air Force Logo Community Events Aug. 7
School and sports physicals The 27th Medical Group will conduct school and sports physicals from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. on Aug. 11 Students and sports participants can register by calling Central Appointments at 784-2778 or 1-888-544-2778. For more information, call 784-4078. Show me the money A Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) briefing is from
0 8/08
2007
Default Air Force Logo Phone scam seeks info
Numerous people in Clovis over the past few days have received phone calls from an individual stating they were from their Credit Union/Institution and asked them to read off their checking account number at the bottom of their checks. Additionally, some of the complainants stated that if they paid $5.00 they would receive $400.00. This is a
0 8/08
2007
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- Master Sgt. Sherry Hertlein, deployed to the 332 Expeditionary Medical Group from Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., hands an 'Ice Pop' to a patient at the Air Force Theater Hospital.  On 120-degree days in Iraq, air conditioners labor to maintain bearable temperatures in the tents of the field hospital. Patients found the icy treats to be a welcome relief heat, Sergeant Hertlein said. The ?Ice Pops? were donated by the communities from Cannon and Sergeant Hertlein's home town of Emporia, Kansas. The wounded Soldier in the photo is not identified in to protect his protect his privacy as a medical patient. ?Thanks to the many people who generously donated, we've reached a level that will sustain us through the summer,? she said. This month the hospital staff moves operations into a new, prefabricated building, which will have better insulation and air conditioning than the tents of the existing facility. (U.S. Air Force photo / Chief Master Sgt. Charles Cole) Operation ICE POP cools down Airmen
Airmen and the Cannon community have shipped a cool treat in the form of ice pops to the injured troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. Operation ICE POP provided ice pops to patients and medical staff in deployed medical treatment facilities, boosting morale and healing. "We received over three dozen boxes of ice pops," said Chaplain (Capt.) Eusebia
0 8/08
2007
Airman 1st Class Nagelia Harrison, 340th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron flight medicine clinic, prepares to draw a blood sample from a patient’s arm. The flight medicine clinic caters specifically to the health of aircrew members. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ahsley Tyler) Flight medics take care of flyers
The 379th Expeditionary Wing's aerospace medicine team provides care for the flyers so they can stay in the fight. "We are the maintainers of the wetware that flies the hardware," said Maj. Walter Matthews, chief of aerospace medicine for the wing. Flight surgeons are rated aircrew along with pilots and navigators and are required to fly four hours
0 8/08
2007
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