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  • Diamond Sharp program recognizes Cannon’s finest

    Since its creation, the U.S. military has been recognizing its members who stand above the rest by holding award ceremonies for their accomplishments. That rich heritage for celebrating excellence continues today with numerous programs in the Armed Forces aimed to highlight our most pristine members. Here at Cannon, the Diamond Sharp Award Program
  • 3rd SOS receives 2016 RPA Squadron of the Year trophy

    The 2016 General Atomics RPA Squadron of the Year trophy sits in front of flags during a banquet April 6, 2018, at Traci's Greenhouse in Clovis, N.M. The banquet was held for the 3rd Special Operations Squadron at Cannon AFB, N.M., who was being awarded the trophy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Luke Kitterman/Released)
  • #RAFA Operation Gas Station

    Members from Cannon Air Force Base, the Clovis High School football team and CHS cheerleaders volunteered to pump gas for people throughout Clovis, New Mexico, March 31, 2018.The gesture continued “Random Acts For Andy,” a movement with the goal of paying it forward in remembrance of Maj. Andrew Becker, also known as Andy. The volunteers not only
  • Air Force Assistance Fund campaign is back at Cannon

    The Air Force Assistance Fund for Cannon Air Force Base started on March 26 and will continue to May 4.‘Taking Care of Our Own’, the theme of this year, hopes to perpetuate the ongoing efforts of Airmen assisting Airmen through the Air Force Aid Society, Air Force Village, Air Force Enlisted Village, and General and Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay
  • AFSOC squadron hits historical century mark

    An Air Force Special Operations Command squadron will be celebrating its 100th Anniversary as a squadron here April 4, 2018. The 3rd Special Operations Squadron, first created during World War I to process aerial photographs, will hit the century mark tomorrow as a key contributor to the United States’ surveillance, reconnaissance and special
  • CMSAF Wright visits Cannon for AFSOC Chief Symposium

    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright, left, receives gear from Airman 1st Class Nicholas Himmelwright, 27th Special Operations Support Squadron member, during a Senior Enlisted Leadership immersion March 22, 2018, at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. The immersion was part of Wright’s visit to Cannon for the Air Force Special
  • ASBP returning to Cannon to host blood drive

    The Armed Services Blood Program will return to base to host a blood drive this Friday, March 23, 2018.The blood drive will take place in building 54, also known as the former Youth Program Center, and lasts from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Everyone is welcome to donate including civilians, spouses and family members of active duty. “This year we are making
  • Keeping Airmen fit to fight with health promotions

    Airmen that work under Air Force Special Operations Command deploy often. They provide support to combat operations around the world. It’s a task as demanding as any other major command, asking a lot from the human body and mind to excel. For Airmen at Cannon, the fight to stay physically relevant in modern warfare requires guidance and knowledge.
  • A new chapter for the Cannon library

    The Cannon library held a reopening ceremony at 2 p.m., March 1st, 2018.The event celebrated the end of the construction that began in December of 2015.“It’s really exciting and a giant sigh of relief to be open again,” said Melissa Haraugthy, 27th Special Operations Force Support Squadron Library director. “The staff is thrilled to have all this
  • Air Commandos visit middle school for Career Day

    Air Commandos visit middle school for Career DayBy Airman 1st Class Gage Adison Daniel27th Special Operations Wing Public AffairsCANNON AIR FORCE BASE, New Mexico - Air Commandos visited Yucca Middle School in Clovis, New Mexico for career day Feb. 27, 2018, to share with students their personal military experiences, career paths and the
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