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  • Cannon's first Women’s Leadership Panel

    Recently, Cannon held its first Senior Leadership Panel composed entirely of women, for an audience of men and women to listen to one another’s experiences, and come together through shared and similar experiences.The overall goal of the panel was to open dialogue between members and share experiences with the women of Cannon.“It was to show
  • Air Commando Association: Rucking for a cause

    The Air Commando Association held their 4th annual ruck march at CAFB Oct. 13, 2020. The event raised awareness and funds for the organization as well as generating non-perishable food items to the local community. “Holding this ruck march was important for a variety of reasons,” said Tech. Sgt. Sherri Santos-Orton, ACA president. “It heightened
  • Cannon Finance goes virtual

    The Cannon finance team recently rolled out the Comptroller Services Portal, a new virtual customer service program, that provides customers a secure way to create online inquiries, track in-progress inquiries from beginning to end and offers a unified platform to search for finance related regulations and articles.“The online site was created to
  • A Dream Pursued

    A trainee silently walks through the chow hall line on his first day of basic training. He holds his tray up despite being told not to. A training instructor approaches him, shouting at the trainee to put down the tray and push it. The trainee stares at him, confused. The instructor stops yelling after realizing the trainee’s disoriented
  • Brothers in arms

    Sibling bonds can be one of the strongest relationships due to a shared upbringing and competitiveness. That strength can allow them to succeed together when following similar life paths. For two brothers here at Cannon, they understand the rarity and opportunity of being stationed together by taking full advantage the situation.
  • The Future is Now: Digital Toolkit

    The CV-22 Osprey, a tilt-rotor aircraft, has many moving parts to function with the duality of a helicopter and turboprop aircraft. These parts require specific tools to maintain them and get them back into the air. Accountability and accessibility of use of these tools are critical to continue the mission of the CV-22 Osprey.Thankfully, due to
  • Combat Training Element: Operational Capabilities

    Editor's Note: (This is the second part of a series documenting Cannon’s elite Combat Training Element team who challenge and push our Airmen to adapt and overcome with their cutting edge prototype technology and weaponry)By now, if you read the first installment, you should know what the Combat Training Element men and women can create, but you
  • Combat Training Element: Monster Garage

    Editor's Note: (This is the first part of a series documenting Cannon’s elite Combat Training Element team who challenge and push our Airmen to adapt and overcome with their cutting edge prototype technology and weaponry) Recently, while sitting around the office looking for a story lead, I was looking around and my eyes found their way to our
  • Airman goes Gung-Ho with Marines

    Not every day does an Airman have the opportunity to train or learn with Marines, but sometimes they have both, and even earn the coveted Marine title of Gung-Ho.
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