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Crash Lab Crash Lab
Crash Lab

Col. M. J. V. Smith, left, Director of U.K. Military Air Accident Investigation Branch, toured the Crash Lab at Kirtland Air Force Base with Antonio Cortes, Air Force Safety Center, during his visit March 7-10. U.S. Air Force Photo by Elizabeth Martinez
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Posted: 3/21/2011

58th SOW announces annual award winners58th SOW announces annual award winners
58th SOW announces annual award winners

The 58th Special Operations Wing annual award winners are, left, Allen Roos, Category IV Civilian of the Year, Master Sgt. Alexis Arturet, Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year, Tiffany Mitton, Joan Orr Air Force Spouse of the Year, Staff Sgt. Aaron Nelson, Kirtland Air Force Base Honor Guard Member of the Year, Col. James Cardoso, commander, Tech. Sgt. Mitchell Melendez, Volunteer of the Year, Capt. Kyle Bailey, Company Grade Officer of the Year, Maj. Caleb Nimmo, Field Grade Officer of the Year, and Chief Master Sgt. Richard Wilk, command chief. U.S. Air Force Photo by Dennis Carlson
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Posted: 3/21/2011

Crash Lab Crash Lab
Crash Lab

Col. M. J. V. Smith, left, Director of U.K. Military Air Accident Investigation Branch, toured the Crash Lab at Kirtland Air Force Base with Antonio Cortes, Air Force Safety Center, during his visit March 7-10. U.S. Air Force Photo by Elizabeth Martinez
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Posted: 3/21/2011

Wounded warrior returns homeWounded warrior returns home
Wounded warrior returns home

Wounded warrior returns home. Marine Lance Cpl. Ivan Sears was greeted by more than 400 people at the Albuquerque Sunport when he returned home to New Mexico Feb. 20. Lance Cpl. Sears lost both legs above the knee last Oct. in an improvised explosive device explosion while on patrol in Afghanistan. He has spent the last five months recuperating and rehabilitating at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas. Lance Cpl. Sears will return to the San Antonio Military Medical Center at the conclusion of his visit home. He will continue his rehabilitation and also be fitted for new prosthetic legs.
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Posted: 3/4/2011

Wounded warrior returns homeWounded warrior returns home
Wounded warrior returns home

Wounded warrior returns home. Marine Lance Cpl. Ivan Sears was greeted by more than 400 people at the Albuquerque Sunport when he returned home to New Mexico Feb. 20. Lance Cpl. Sears lost both legs above the knee last Oct. in an improvised explosive device explosion while on patrol in Afghanistan. He has spent the last five months recuperating and rehabilitating at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas. Lance Cpl. Sears will return to the San Antonio Military Medical Center at the conclusion of his visit home. He will continue his rehabilitation and also be fitted for new prosthetic legs.
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Posted: 3/4/2011

Wounded warrior returns homeWounded warrior returns home
Wounded warrior returns home

Wounded warrior returns home. Marine Lance Cpl. Ivan Sears was greeted by more than 400 people at the Albuquerque Sunport when he returned home to New Mexico Feb. 20. Lance Cpl. Sears lost both legs above the knee last Oct. in an improvised explosive device explosion while on patrol in Afghanistan. He has spent the last five months recuperating and rehabilitating at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas. Lance Cpl. Sears will return to the San Antonio Military Medical Center at the conclusion of his visit home. He will continue his rehabilitation and also be fitted for new prosthetic legs.
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Posted: 3/4/2011

Wounded warrior returns homeWounded warrior returns home
Wounded warrior returns home

Wounded warrior returns home. Marine Lance Cpl. Ivan Sears was greeted by more than 400 people at the Albuquerque Sunport when he returned home to New Mexico Feb. 20. Lance Cpl. Sears lost both legs above the knee last Oct. in an improvised explosive device explosion while on patrol in Afghanistan. He has spent the last five months recuperating and rehabilitating at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas. Lance Cpl. Sears will return to the San Antonio Military Medical Center at the conclusion of his visit home. He will continue his rehabilitation and also be fitted for new prosthetic legs.
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Posted: 3/4/2011

Wounded warrior returns homeWounded warrior returns home
Wounded warrior returns home

Wounded warrior returns home. Marine Lance Cpl. Ivan Sears was greeted by more than 400 people at the Albuquerque Sunport when he returned home to New Mexico Feb. 20. Lance Cpl. Sears lost both legs above the knee last Oct. in an improvised explosive device explosion while on patrol in Afghanistan. He has spent the last five months recuperating and rehabilitating at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas. Lance Cpl. Sears will return to the San Antonio Military Medical Center at the conclusion of his visit home. He will continue his rehabilitation and also be fitted for new prosthetic legs.
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Posted: 3/4/2011

Wounded warrior returns homeWounded warrior returns home
Wounded warrior returns home

Wounded warrior returns home. Marine Lance Cpl. Ivan Sears was greeted by more than 400 people at the Albuquerque Sunport when he returned home to New Mexico Feb. 20. Lance Cpl. Sears lost both legs above the knee last Oct. in an improvised explosive device explosion while on patrol in Afghanistan. He has spent the last five months recuperating and rehabilitating at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas. Lance Cpl. Sears will return to the San Antonio Military Medical Center at the conclusion of his visit home. He will continue his rehabilitation and also be fitted for new prosthetic legs.
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Posted: 3/4/2011

SDTD to get new facilitySDTD to get new facility
SDTD to get new facility

The Space Development and Test Directorate held a groundbreaking Feb. 3 for a new facility. Attending the event were, from left: David Seeley, president and CEO of Kirtland Federal Credit Union and honorary commander of the Space Development and Test Directorate; Jessica Perez, field representative from the office of Sen. Jeff Bingaman; U.S Rep. Martin Heinrich; Maj. Richard Collins, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Col. Carol Welsch, deputy director of the SDTD. U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Berenger
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Posted: 3/4/2011

Awards announced at annual eventAwards announced at annual event
Awards announced at annual event

498th Nuclear Systems Wing annual award winners with Col. Walter Lindsley, 498th Nuclear Systems Wing commander and Master Sgt. William Moore, 498th NSW First Sergeant of the Year, Senior Airman Andrew Curtis, 498th Airman of the Year, Master Sgt. Anthony Khan, 498th NSW Senior NCO of the Year, John Fisher, 498th NSW Civilian of the Year Category IV, Myron Boone, 498th NSW Civilian of the Year Category II, Capt. Claus Fasting, 498th NSW Company Grade Officer of the Year, Leighanna Martinez, 498th NSW Civilian of the Year Category I, Terry Turner, 498th NSW Civilian of the Year Category III, Chief Master Sgt. Lee Thompson, 498th NSW command chief. U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Berenger
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Posted: 2/25/2011

Awards announced at annual eventAwards announced at annual event
Awards announced at annual event

AFNWC staff annual award winners with Dr. Wayne Brasure, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center Executive Director are Crystal Franco, AFNWC staff Civilian of the Year Category II, Staff Sgt. Elisha Peters, AFNWC staff NCO of the Year, A1C Eric Nagel, AFNWC staff Airman of the Year, 1st Lt. Bradley Diedrick, AFNWC staff Company Grade Officer of the Year, Donna Heinz, AFNWC staff Civilian of the Year Category IV, Laura Gurule, AFNWC staff Civilian of the Year Category III, Master Sgt. Ronnie Morris, AFNWC staff senior NCO of the Year, and Chief Master Sgt. Lee Thompson, AFNWC command chief. U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Berenger
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Posted: 2/25/2011

    

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