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  • Cannon tax center keeps filers in the loop with returns

    When it comes to doing annual income taxes, some people may feel overwhelmed by the numbers, forms and IRS regulations. Knowing that every situation is different, the legal services tax office at Cannon helps Airmen, Department of Defense employees and retirees make the best of what can often be confusing tax preparation. When Airmen bring their
  • Wall of Heroes honors first CMSAF

    At 18 years of age, before the Air Force as we know it was created, Paul Airey enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps. Little did he know his career would land him a position as the first in a short line of senior noncommissioned officers to be the chief master sergeant of the Air Force. Chief Airey was inducted into the Cannon Airman Leadership
  • Calling it a career

    More than 28 years ago, an Airman came home on leave to visit his home in the Finger Lakes region of Western New York.  Little did he know that his influence would help his friend enter the military and begin a career that would end at the top of the 27th Fighter Wing as the senior non-commissioned officer. Command Chief Master Sgt. James Randall
  • New maintenance contract now includes small appliance repair for dorm residents

    Starting Jan. 1, Ameritac Incorporated will provide all current housing maintenance and repair needs plus several additional services including appliance repair for dorm residents, said Mr. Tim Farmer, Housing Flight Chief, 27th Civil Engineer Squadron. Ameritac Inc. will also handle tree maintenance and grounds maintenance within the housing
  • Learn how to curb those cards

    The average American will spend about $763 for holiday shopping according to the USA Today. Typically, if a credit card is used, it will take approximately 36 months to pay off those seasons greetings. Holiday spending is inviting, but often digs a hole that is almost impossible from which to climb out.  But through the help of Financial Peace
  • Chief keeps troops aware of changes

    When Chief Master Sgt. Geoffrey Preudhomme arrived to the United States from the Caribbean island of Grenada in 1979, he came with a burning desire to make a difference and to succeed in life.  The Air Force provided him the avenue to accomplish both goals. Chief Preudhomme has risen from an airman basic chaplain assistant to the executive to the
  • Chapel, Clovis community make holidays brighter for single Airmen

    “It was pretty bad,” said Mr. Al Jolly to a roomful of Airmen at the chapel Dec. 15, recalling his first Christmas in the military at Cannon.He was a young Airmen back in the 1950s and described the isolation and loneliness he felt to the audience of young Airmen. That Christmas was something he didn’t wish on anyone.Now single Airmen at Cannon
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