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  • 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

  • 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

  • Asian Pacific Heritage Month Continues

    Members of Cannon’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Association teamed up with members of the 27th Special Operations Force Support Squadron to hold a free event to celebrate the start of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on May 2nd at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M.The event was held to provide

  • Cannon Airmen volunteer to help retirees with medication point o

    Prescription medications for patients are sorted into buckets at a prescription point of distribution at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, April 8, 2020. The process for patients obtaining medication starts with them either calling the automated refill line at 575-784-4912 or reach out to a

  • Two sides of the rescue coin

    Sinéad Brosnan, the daughter of two Irish immigrants, searched for something more meaningful to do with her time in the small town of Florida, New York. Something that would give her and her family a sense of pride. More than after school sports or succeeding academically. As a self-proclaimed

  • Previous Chief Master Sergeants of the Air Force visit Cannon

    Retired Chief Master Sgts. of the Air Force Eric W. Benken and Jim Finch speak with enlisted members at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., Dec. 5, 2019. The 12th and 13th Chief Master Sgts. of the Air Force visited Cannon to share their stories with Air Commandos. (U.S. Air Force photo Senior Airman

  • Virtual reality provides new training opportunities

    The world of technology constantly changes and provides endless possibilities. The Air Force has started to utilize one of these new technologies for the constant training that medical Airmen require to be up to date.

  • 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