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  • Better ingredients, new recipes innovate Cannon dining experience

    When Airman 1st Class Michelle Brooks, 27th Special Operations Force Support Squadron food service apprentice, opens the kitchen up to begin the day, she takes part in the morning meeting that prepares all Pecos Trail Dining Facility Airmen for the workday. She’s given a specific station to focus on and soon begins working on completing small tasks to contribute to the overall mission of providing three full meals for thousands of Airmen across Cannon.
  • Fallen Air Commando honored by hometown dedication

    One of the fallen crew members of Demise 25, a U-28A aircraft assigned to the 318th Special Operations Squadron that crashed March 14, 2017, has recently been honored near his hometown through a dedication made in his name.Maj. Andrew Becker, also known as Andy and the lead pilot of Demise 25, had his name dedicated to a two-mile stretch of road on
  • 27th SOMDG celebrates 4A/MSC Appreciation Week

    The 27th Special Operations Medical Group is celebrating an appreciation week for health administration technicians, also known as 4As, and Medical Service Corps officers at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, Oct. 29 to Nov. 2. The annual appreciation week is an Air Force Medical Service-wide celebration that takes place during the last week of
  • Cannon claws through golf course zombie run

    Participants of the "Zombie Escape Run" at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, finish the 5K event at the marked safe zone Oct. 26, 2018. The running path began, surrounded and cut through the Whispering Winds Golf Course, finally ending in the same place it began. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lane T. Plummer)
  • Meet the hands that keeps CV-22 instruments working

    The Air Force is equipped with aircraft that feature some of the most sophisticated electronic systems in the world. It requires a specialized career field with talented Airmen to maintain and keep the aircraft in top condition.
  • Area Defense Counsel is more than a legal team

    Once an Airman enters the Area Defense Counsel office, they’re greeted with a simple message: our job is to defend you.
  • Welcome to AMMO Country

    Behind a barbed-wire fence, nestled in a corner of Cannon, is an area known as ‘Ammo Country.’ The compound of hangars and concrete-encased storage bunkers holds thousands of pounds of ammunition and explosive ordnance.This series will cover the meticulous process of inspecting, building and transporting the plethora of munitions that sustains the
  • Cannon’s newest NCOs take part in induction ceremony

    Across the base Airmen came together to learn about what it means to become a staff sergeant at a NCO induction ceremony last Friday, Sept. 28, at the Landing Zone here.
  • Cannon Airmen test mission readiness at Vandenberg AFB

    Cannon Airmen traveled to California to test mission capabilities in a full mission profile exercise at Vandenberg Air Force Base and surrounding areas Sept. 17 to 21, 2018.
  • Hanscom begins Network-as-a-Service experiments

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center here awarded two Network-as-a-Service agreements today for a total of $121 million, freeing Airmen currently assigned to support base network operations to transition into core Air Force mission cyber operations. The team used an Other Transaction Agreement for this effort,
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