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  • Cannon Kids Learn to BOUNCE Back

    Children ages 11-15 participated in Cannon’s first BOUNCE camp, a week long resiliency course at Cannon Air Force Base, N. M., July 30 - Aug. 3.BOUNCE stands for Be optimistic, Observe thoughts, Use strengths, Never give up, Communicate effectively and Embrace you. The program uses the four Comprehensive Airman Fitness pillars (physical, spiritual,
  • Red Flag 18-3: New milestone for AFSOC MQ-9s

    Paintings, posters and photos highlighting more than 40 years of combat air force heritage line the busy, narrow halls of the 414th Combat Training Squadron building, home of Red Flag.
  • Think about your career outside Air Force with CPS

    You’re 180 days out from your final out of the Air Force. Whether you’re happy, emotional, ready or unprepared, separation is a complicated affair for servicemembers and their families. You may have an idea of programs available, but which ones should you use?
  • Airman’s Attic asks for active assistance

    The Airman’s Attic on Cannon Air Force Base provides free uniform items to Air Commandos weekly at building 72. The Airman’s Attic is a volunteer service dedicated to a tradition of giving back to the community by suppling free items to improve the lives of Air Commandos and their families.“To me, this is like the heart of young Airmen,” said
  • Balfour Beatty completes final Cannon renovation

    Balfour Beatty Communities representatives held a ceremony, relinquishing keys to the final freshly-renovated home, to Cannon Air Force Base Air Commandos July 17, 2018, at Chavez West base housing on Cannon AFB. The multinational infrastructure group dedicated the last four years to developing the base’s housing area with new homes and
  • Wing Culture Day 2018

    Cannon Air Force Base celebrated Wing Culture Day July 13, 2018.
  • Custom off-road “Bulldog” ambulances at MAFR

    Melrose Air Force Range has two new fully-equipped ambulatory vehicles to tackle the terrain. The vehicles, called bulldogs, were purchased to help ensure the safety of the troops. “Each of these vehicles cost $350,000 and are equipped for immediate medical care: gases, fluids, oxygen, anything that you need,” said Steven Coffin, Director of Range
  • Fixing more than vehicles at Cannon’s Auto Hobby Shop

    When it comes to variety in visiting patrons, few work centers can compare to the Auto Skills Center at Cannon AFB.
  • Defying expectations

    The 2017 Air Force First Sergeant of the Year never saw himself joining the military but instead started as a struggling artist.
  • Providing Support for New Mothers

    Cannon Air Force Base opened a private area in building 600, room 2061, for breastfeeding mothers to nurse children or pump in comfort.The Mothers’ Room provides a quiet and safe place for breastfeeding mothers to take care of their children, no longer having to find alternatives such as sitting in bathrooms or in their cars.“Mothers need a place
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