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  • 27th Special Operations Medical Group redesignates two squadrons

    The 27th Special Operations Medical Group redesignated the 27th Special Operations Aerospace Medicine Squadron to the 27th Special Operations Operational Medical Readiness Squadron and the 27th Special Operations Medical Operations Squadron to the 27th Special Operations Health Care Operational Squadron during a ceremony August 29, 2019, at Cannon
  • 727 SOAMXS replaces engine

    Airman 1st Class Omar Rodriguez, 727th Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, and Luke McSweeney, 727 SOAMXS contract maintainer, guide a CV-22 Osprey engine into the aircraft as it is hoisted at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M, Aug. 13, 2019. The process of replacing the engine took the team of three 25 minutes. (U.S. Air Force
  • Cannon and Clovis win Community Partnership Excellence award

    Cannon Air Force Base and the Clovis Municipal Schools received the Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award in Washington, D.C., July 23, 2019.A package was submitted to the Military Child Education Collection to nominate Cannon and Clovis for the K-12 category. It outlined the programs in place to promote the growth of Cannon’s military
  • 27 SOSFS participates in National Night Out

    Members of the 27th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron pose for a photo after volunteering at the National Night Out in Clovis, N.M., August 6, 2019. The members hosted events such as a dunk tank, face painting, a military working dog demonstration and instructional course on the dangers of drunk driving. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior
  • AFSOC commander visits Cannon

    Lt. Gen. Jim Slife, Air Force Special Operations Command commander, meets with local and state civic leaders at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., July 15, 2019. The meeting was part of Slife's first visit to Cannon since assuming command of AFSOC in June. During the visit he toured the installation, held professional development for both officers and
  • Comedian returns to Cannon

    The lights turn on, beating down on the stage. The crowd is hidden in darkness, composed of no more than silhouettes. Their eyes glued to the stage, but only two things are on it: a microphone and the man that plans to turn the silent crowd into a laughing one.“I’ve been on incentive rides in an F-16 and being on stage is better than that,” said
  • Cannon defenders honor law enforcement during Police Week

    Defenders from the 27th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron participated in Police Week events across Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., May 13-17.
  • Diamonds and Donuts

    First sergeants from the 27th Special Operations Wing pose with donuts for the inaugural Diamonds and Donuts event at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., March 22, 2019. The first sergeants hand-delivered the donuts to 27th Special Operations Force Support Squadron Air Commandos. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Vernon R. Walter III)
  • Cannon unveils plan for new fitness center

    Cannon leadership kicks off the groundbreaking ceremony of a new fitness center at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., March 19, 2019. With the unpredictable weather at Cannon, roughly 100 fitness assessments per years have to be moved indoors to meet regulations, according to Col. John Boudreaux, 27th Special Operations Mission Support Group commander.
  • 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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