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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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FOOTBALL FRENZY Watch your favorite football teams at the Mountain View Club during football season! Drink and food specials! Conference Championships Jan. 21 · Superbowl XLI Feb. 4 For more information call 846-5165. BOWLING Every Wednesday Night is Family Night Bring your family to Kirtland Lanes Bowling Center for our Family Night. Kids bowl for
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National Prayer Breakfast Feb. 15 National Prayer Breakfast held here Feb. 15
This year, Kirtland's National Prayer Breakfast will be Feb. 15 at 7 a.m. at the Mountain View Club. The guest speaker will be Chap. (Brig. Gen.) Cecil Richardson, deputy chief of the Chaplain Services for the U.S. Air Force. The purpose of the occasion is to bring together the leadership of the United States in recognition of the moral and
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Master Sgt. Kyshia Newsome, Air Force Research Laboratory, walks to the base exchange here Tuesday during the snow storm the base and surrounding areas received. The installation commander authorized early release of nonessential personnel Tuesday and closed the base to nonessential personnel Wednesday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Berenger) Snow Day

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Staff Sgt. Kamuela Alesna, new noncomissioned officer in charge of the Kirtland Honor Guard, prepares to begin the morning briefing with members of the honor guard. Although the position was advertised to technical sergeants and master sergeants, Sergeant Alesna's professionalism and leadership earned him the slot. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Berenger) New honor guard NCOIC brings Hawaiian style
Hawaiian music echoes throughout the honor guard office here. A new noncommissioned officer has just arrived and brings with him the spirit of the islands. Staff Sgt. Kamuela Alesna has only been at Kirtland just over a year, but he has already made his mark. Sergeant Alesna will take over the reins of the Kirtland Honor Guard from Master Sgt.
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KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Members of the 498th Armament Systems Wing practice loading and unloading a C-17 here in preparation for the Nuclear Surety Inspection. The NSI is closing in quickly, with Jan. 22 being the first day of the inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Laurence Zankowski) NSI training

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KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Chap. (Maj.) Thomas Porter, a chaplain with the 377th Air Base Wing, receives a Bronze Star from Col. Robert E. Suminsby, 377th Air Base Wing commander, from his actions while he was deployed in Iraq. While deployed, the chaplain handled the spiritual needs of the servicemembers he was with and worked with the children in the community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Adam Wooten) Bronze Star presentation

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KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Tech. Sgt. Rickey Martinez from the 150th Fighter Wing talk with Employment Support of the Guard and Reserve members about the F-16 fighter. The ESGR group came from Texas and stopped to tour Kirtland and talk to reservists and guardsmen on Dec.7 and Dec. 8. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Berenger) What's up boss?

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Default Air Force Logo SFS takes DOD anti-terrorism award honorable mention
Kirtland is a unique base in that there are so many associate units here, but the cooperation between those units is what helped the base to earn an honorable mention for the Department of Defense Best Installation Anti-terrorism award for 2005. "This award is justification for all of our hard work here. Our anti-terrorism efforts here are efforts
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