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Default Air Force Logo Meetings held to discuss telescope installation
Replacing a telescope atop Mauna Kea with one that can spot Earth-threatening asteroids and comets is the subject of public meetings, which will take place over the next week on the islands of Hawaii, Oahu and Maui. Meetings took place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday on the island of Hawaii; and will take place Tuesday on the island of Maui,
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Default Air Force Logo Emergency Management Branch keeps Kirtland going
In times of crisis, be it a natural disaster or a terrorism-related situation, Kirtland AFB Civil Engineer Emergency Management Branch is the prime agency to respond and make sure all proper avenues are taken to secure the conditions. The EM Branch, 377th Mission Support Group Civil Engineer Division, is the installation emergency management focal
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African American Heritage Month is February The 377th Air Base Wing Presents: "From Slavery to Freedom: The Story of Africans in the Americas" February 8, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Mountain View Club Meet and Hear Dr. Alan Gropman tell the compelling story of the Tuskegee Airmen and African American Military History. Those who have heard him speak
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BOWLING Wednesday Night is Family Night Bring your family to Kirtland Lanes Bowling Center. Kids bowl for 50 cents each games and adults $1. Lunch at Kirtland Lanes Monday - Lasagna or meatball sub Tuesday - Taco, taco salad or tostadas Wednesday - Fried chicken or chicken fried steak Thursday - Chicken enchiladas or beef burrito Friday - Steak or
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A sniper hides in a force protection exercise held by the 377th Security Forces Squadron here in preparation for the Nuclear Surety Inspection. The inspection begins Saturday and ends Jan. 26. U.S. Air Force Photo by Laurence Zankowski. NWC commander offers advice for inspection
Next week Team Kirtland faces a grueling Nuclear Surety Inspection. This will be our first time to be inspected as the Nuclear Weapons Center, drawing together the outstanding professionals of both the 377th Air Base Wing and the 498th Armament Systems Wing. Preparations have been long and tedious. We've checked and rechecked every record, readied
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Default Air Force Logo Base VITA tax center opens Jan. 22
The volunteer income tax assistance center opens here Monday. The tax center is a joint effort of the Air Force and the Internal Revenue Service's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program. The tax center's hours of operation throughout the tax season, which runs through April 16, are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m.-noon. From Monday through Feb. 8,
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Army Staff Sgt. Joel Braymen from the William Beaumont Medical Center in Fort Bliss, Texas, disinfects Tech. Sgt. Joan Ekeroma?s arm before giving blood. Sergeant Ekeroma is from the 377th Medical Group and was donating blood for the Armed Services Blood Program blood drive, which was held here Jan. 16 and Jan. 17.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Berenger)
The gift of life

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Default Air Force Logo Base donates used computers to community
Ever wonder what happens to old government desktop computers, laptops and printers? Did you think they were just thrown into the garbage or transferred far, far away to the vast stockpile of old government junk? Sometimes that happens, but not if Kirtland's leadership has their way. With the approval of the Air Force Materiel Command, the base
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Tech. Sgt. Steve Felts, noncommissioned officer in charge of the Airman and Family Readiness Center, arranges Valentine?s Day cards for deployed servicemembers.  U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Berenger Volunteers needed to mail holiday cards
Any holiday can be hard without a loved one, but being deployed overseas without your sweetheart on Valentine's Day can be particularly rough - but Airmen can still send a card home to their valentine. Albuquerque resident Sarah Coca has been soliciting donations from local and nationwide businesses for greeting cards and paper goods to send in
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Base closures impact testing If the base commander declares delayed reporting due to inclement weather, the testing period will also be delayed for the same amount of time for WAPS, AFCT, AFOQT, DLAB, DLPT and EDPT testing. For instance, if testing is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. and there is a two-hour delay, testing will begin at 9:30 a.m. the same
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