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Default Air Force Logo Air Force officials brief media, public on Cannon's new mission
William Anderson, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Logistics, Lt. Gen. Michael Wooley, Air Force Special Operations Command commander and Major Gen. Kenneth DeCuir, Air Combat Command vice commander visited Cannon Saturday in order to showcase and highlight the new special operations mission scheduled to come
0 9/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo Lt. Gen. Seip new 12th AF commander
Lt. Gen. Norman Seip assumed command of the 12th Air Force and Air Force Southern today at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona. He replaces outgoing commander Lt. General Mark Schmidt who will officially retire Sept. 1. General Seip will command seven active duty wings that include the 27th Fighter Wing at Cannon. The fighter and bomber wings
0 9/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo Col. Bagnani new vice wing commander
Colonel Valentino Bagnani III assumed duties as vice wing commander of the 27th Fighter Wing June 30. He replaces retiring Col. Jeffrey Harrell who retired June 30. Colonel Bagnani arrives from Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., where he served as the deputy commander of the 56th Operations Group. He provided leadership and direction for more than 500
0 9/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo 2005 Water Quality Report
The Cannon AFB 2005 Water Quality Report informs water consumers about the source and quality of the base drinking water, and is an annual requirement by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Cannon is proud to provide high quality water to the base population that does not exceed any primary regulatory requirements. Fluoride levels in the
0 6/26
2006
Default Air Force Logo WWII infantryman inducted into Wall of Heroes
Perhaps one of the hallmarks of an infantryman who has seen battle, is his easy willingness to admit the fear he experienced. “I was scared to death,” James Brazell readily admits. “If anybody ever tells you they were not scared, [that is not true]” And despite being wounded and afraid, he did what he was trained to do as a Soldier – continue the
0 6/20
2006
Default Air Force Logo The battle for your buck -- Programs guide Airmen to financial daylight
Editor’s note: This is the third of a three-part series about Airmen and their money.“We have an investment in the Airman. We owe it to them and to the American taxpayer to take care of that investment,” said Linda Sapp, Cannon’s Personal Financial Management program manager and an accredited financial counselor. “[Airmen] can do awesome things
0 6/20
2006
Default Air Force Logo The battle for your buck -- Vulnerabilities often result from financial storms
Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series about Airmen and their money.While the phrase, “It’s only money” is commonly used, Airmen and other military members may face a special vulnerability when it comes to dealing with their finances. Benefits such as medical and dental care, leave and tuition assistance are helpful to military
0 6/20
2006
Default Air Force Logo The battle for your buck -- Easy money often lures Airmen down road to financial nightmares
Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series about Airmen and their money) Signing on the dotted line can take on a new significance when “Sign here” is at the end of a payday cash loan application. Charles Brown, a former Airman, who recently separated from the Air Force, likened doing business with payday loan stores to driving down a
0 6/20
2006
Default Air Force Logo Forget lions or bears or tigers, watch for bugs, oh my
Summer fun is finally here, but along with swimming, camping and playing outdoor sports, safety must be the first line of concern in any fun activity. Those at Cannon and surrounding areas need to be particularly aware of black widows, spiders, scorpions, centipedes and fleas, said Master Sgt. Michael Elliot, a Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape
0 6/20
2006
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. --  Senior Airman William Nobel, 27th Security Forces,Squadron gets ready to clock a vehicle’s speed leaving the main gate at Cannon May 5. Drivers will notice an increased presence at the gates because of speeding vehicles, said Tech. Sgt. Rich Jones, 27th SFS. Vehicles speeding out the gate faster than the posted 5 mph causes damage to the pop-up barriers. Speeding tickets will cost active duty personnel at least three points. Non active duty individuals will be fined $15 for speeding one to 10 miles per hour over the posted speed limit. Sergeant Jones said plans are under way to install speed bumps to further deter speeding drivers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Greg Allen) Slowing 'em down
Senior Airman William Nobel, 27th Security Forces,Squadron gets ready to clock a vehicle’s speed leaving the main gate at Cannon May 5. Drivers will notice an increased presence at the gates because of speeding vehicles, said Tech. Sgt. Rich Jones, 27th SFS. Vehicles speeding out the gate faster than the posted 5 mph causes damage to the pop-up
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2006
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