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  • Air Force Honor Guard instills value and hones skill of base guardsmen

    Sharp. Crisp. Motionless. These standards are embodied by every Airman serving in the Honor Guard, whether it’s the Air Force team or at base level.
  • Cannon spreads activities, awareness for Earth, Arbor Day

    Events took place last week to spread awareness and celebrations for Earth and Arbor Day.
  • Cannon invites spouses, demonstrates base capabilities

    The 27th Special Operations Wing hosted a Spouse’s Day event for military servicemember dependents at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., Apr. 27, 2019.
  • Airman receives author award

    Airman 1st Class Chad Dayton, 27th Special Operations Comptroller Squadron financial operations technician, received the Special Operations Command Financial Management Outstanding Author Award at Cannon Air Force Base, March 22, 2019. “I take a lot of pride in the work I do,” Dayton said. “I’m not normally a writer, but when I was assigned it by
  • Finance, contracting Airmen test deployment readiness

    Airmen from the 27th Special Operations Comptroller Squadron and 27th Special Operations Contracting Squadron finished an exercise at Cannon last Friday.
  • AFSOC commander, command chief pay visit to Cannon

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Greg Smith, AFSOC command chief, visited Cannon and its nearby communities in eastern New Mexico Apr. 11, 2019.
  • 9th SOS celebrates 75 years of air power

    For years, the 9th Special Operations Squadron has supported Cannon’s mission to provide readiness in executing global special operations. Now, it’s time for Cannon to support the 9th as they celebrate 75 years of air power.
  • SSgt. Anderson shined a light on a mid-air refueling problem

    Tinkering with a small communication box in his home garage, Staff Sgt. Jeremie Anderson, 9th Special Operations Squadron MC-130J instructor loadmaster, discovered an innovation in mid-air refueling that changed the way loadmasters execute the mission today.
  • Mentorship: A continous cycle

    Mentorship is no foreign word to members of the military. Airmen are taught early in their career to seek out mentors to grow and become a prime example for others.The Gen. Billy J. Boles Mentorship Award honors those individuals who put forth great effort in mentoring Airmen to reach higher standards of excellence and foster professional
  • As a woman in the Air Force, Hope found a way

    For years, Hope Skibitsky was looking for a future away from home. As a woman in the Air Force, she found one.
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