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Default Air Force Logo Cloud Services on the Way to Kirtland AFB
Kirtland will soon migrate its computer users into the internet cloud under a directive by Air Force Space Command to realign resources to more critical priorities and outsourcing services like email. As a result, the “your mailbox is full” message is soon to be a thing of the past. Over a two-day period beginning Sept. 6, technicians will
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Behavioral Health Helps Team Kirtland BHOP aids Team Kirtland every day
Many Airmen believe the only resource available to help make changes to their behavior is the mental health clinic. Well, there’s a more convenient option available right in the family health clinic.The Behavioral Health Outpatient services, or BHOP, offers behavioral health consultation to active duty, civilians, and their families at Kirtland Air
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Army veteran Joseph Cox speaks to members of the Combat
Veterans Motorcycle Association at the Rio Bravo Brewing
Company on July 22 in Albuquerque. Duo walks across U.S. to raise suicide awareness
Army veterans Adam Lingo and Joseph Cox are walking from coast to coast to bring awareness to veteran suicide. Their main goal is to make it from Los Angeles, California, to the Arlington National Cemetery in 22 weeks.“After losing several of our friends to suicide, with this walk we were looking for some closure, I guess,” said Lingo. “Then we
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AFMS MTFs Pilot Medical Readiness Air Force Military Treatment Facilities pilot medical readiness
Air Force Medicine has a non-stop global readiness mission. Medical Airmen must be prepared to deploy on short notice to provide life-saving and performance-enhancing healthcare in diverse, austere, and isolated locations, and all Airmen must be medically ready to deploy. To achieve this readiness mission, the Air Force Medical Service operates 76
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Ernie Pyle’s portrait. Pyle’s “Everyman” approach to writing about the war won him many praises among the service members he worked with in combat. Ceremony commemorates legendary war reporter
August 3 has been declared “Ernie Pyle day” in Albuquerque and the state of New Mexico, with a congressional campaign to get it nationally recognized. At the New Mexico Veterans Memorial, the first Ernie Pyle day ceremony took place.The New Mexico Veterans Memorial honors all vets,” said Bernie Lamb, President of the memorial. “It’s really special
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Air Force Safety Change of Command Maj. Gen. John Rauch assumes duties as Air Force Chief of Safety
Maj. Gen. John T. Rauch Jr. became the Air Force chief of safety, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, and commander of the Air Force Safety Center, during change of command ceremonies held here Aug. 2. Assistant Vice Chief of Staff and Director, Air Staff, Lt. Gen. Stayce D. Harris, presided as Maj. Gen. Andrew M. Mueller relinquished command after
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Terri Bedford, 377th Force Support Squadron education services supervisor’s job is to assist Airmen and families in deciding on their educational career path at the base education center on Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, Aug. 1.  Aside from assisting Airmen and their families on deciding which educational goals they would like to achieve, the education center also offers handy self-help online resources. (U.S. Air Force Photo by A1C Alexandria Crawford) Resources FYI: Education Center
With technology quickly advancing and base libraries becoming rarer, it’s important that Airmen know about the many education resources available to them.Fortunately for Kirtland Airmen, the Education Center offers personnel the means to help in pursuing their scholastic goals.“A lot of people join the Air Force to get their education,” said Linda
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Leadership Pathways Inforgraphic Special Pass program gives incentives for professional development
Team Kirtland members have a new incentive to take leadership courses. As of July 12, Col. Richard Gibbs, 377 Air Base Wing commander, instituted a special pass program attached to the Leadership Pathways program and other courses.The memorandum states that “Commanders are encouraged to give 1 or 2 day special passes to Airmen at Kirtland Air Force
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Students from the University of New Mexico’s Rocket Engineering Team built the world’s largest launched amateur rocket through an Educational Partnership Agreement with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Directed Energy and Space Vehicles Directorate.  Under the agreement, students utilized Air Force facilities for building a similar version of the PGM-11 Redstone rocket for real world and predicted performance comparisons.  (Courtesy Photo) World’s largest launched amateur rocket built through Air Force Educational Partnership Agreement
Students from the University of New Mexico’s Rocket Engineering Team built the worlds largest launched amateur rocket through an Educational Partnership Agreement with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Directed Energy and Space Vehicles Directorate.Under the agreement, students utilized Air Force facilities for building a similar version of the
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Chief Master Sgt. Thomas F. Good, Twentieth Air Force Command Chief, speaks with defenders from the 377th Weapons Systems Security Squadron at Kirtland Air Force Base, July 18. Good asked each defender why they chose to serve in the Air Force, and what made them want to be in security forces. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Chandler Baker) Twentieth Air Force Chief visits the "Fighting Tigers"
Chief Master Sergeant Thomas F. Good, Twentieth Air Force command chief, made his first visit to Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, since taking over the position on June 19. Good started his trip with a dinner with 377th Air Base Wing senior non-commissioned officers, then moved to a breakfast with airmen, and lunch with junior NCOs. At each
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