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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Day-to-day with bioenvironmental

    Senior Airman Ellen Watts and Airman 1st Class Emily Chamberlain, 27th Special Operations Aeromedical Squadron bioenvironmental engineering technicians, evaluate a firing range exercise at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., Mar. 7, 2019. Once a quarter, air quality tests are conducted at the firing range. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lane T.
  • From Clarendon to Cannon: A first sergeant’s story

    A young girl climbs a tree in the countryside of the Clarendon, Jamaica. She plucks a ripe mango from the branch, and climbs back down. Leading a pack of brothers, sisters and cousins, she finds a nice shaded area to hide from the scorching sun. The children talk and laugh as they feast on the fruits of their labor. Once the children have their
  • Cannon provides CV-22 support for short-notice SECDEF and CJCS tasking

    Feb. 23 2018, the 27th Special Operations Wing, in coordination with the 58th Special Operations Wing (Kirtland AFB, NM), executed a short notice tasking to support U.S. Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick M. Shanahan, Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, the Under Secretary for Management for the Department
  • Cannon’s catalyst program to help Airmen develop best version of ‘self’

    Mental and physical. Mind and muscle. Airmen need to be fit, throughout their will and body. The mission depends on them to solidify their 24/7 commitment to the Air Force.
  • SOF medical element strengthen capabilities in exercises

    Special Operations Forces Medical Element members participated in exercises last week, and are expected to complete a few more this week at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M.
  • With human performance center, 16th SOS strengthens its backbone

    The 16th Special Operations Squadron and the Special Operations Command’s Preservation of the Force and Family team have introduced a human performance center for 27th Special Operations Wing aircrew at Cannon.
  • Cannon leadership delivers cookies to Airmen for holidays

    Airmen from Cannon donated children’s toys to several nearby community centers in the local area Dec. 17, 2018.
  • Structures is the foundation of Cannon

    A typical layout of your average Air Force base contains gates that stand as entry points, offices Airmen work in, dormitories housing the first-timers, and hangars protecting our essential aircraft. Here at Cannon, these principal structures are built and maintained by a single unit. The heavy operations structures shop, assigned to the 27th
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