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Right, Tech. Sgt. Trevor Smith, a craftsman in the 58th Maintenance Group, verifies technical data while performing a personal evaluation with Senior Airman Timothy Fuller. Smith was selected by his first sergeant for the Kirtland Warrior recognition. (Photo by Ken Moore)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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Chiefs Group inductees

Nine Kirtland Airmen were inducted into the Chiefs Group Jan. 25 at a formal celebration at the Mountain View Club. The inductees, from left to right, are Joshua Hansen, 58th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron; Christopher Barks, 898th Munitions Squadron; Patrick McFarlin, 58th Special Operations Wing; Michael Robicheau, 58th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron; Susanne Herbert, 58th Maintenance Squadron; Melissa Erb, Defense Threat Reduction Agency; Vincent Stephenson, Air Force Inspection Agency Eric Evers, 58th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron; and John Facemire, 377th Security Forces Squadron.
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Posted: 1/28/2014

Retired Chief Master Sgt. James LokovicRetired Chief  ...
Retired Chief Master Sgt. James Lokovic

Retired Chief Master Sgt. James Lokovic, vice chairman of the the Air Force Sergeants Association's International Legislation Committee, was at Kirtland Jan. 23-24 to educate Airmen about the process of protecting or enhancing quality of life issues and how they can be influential in the process. (Photo by Ken Moore)
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Posted: 1/27/2014

Retired Chief Master Sgt. James LokovicRetired Chief  ...
Retired Chief Master Sgt. James Lokovic

Retired Chief Master Sgt. James Lokovic, vice chairman of the the Air Force Sergeants Association's International Legislation Committee, was at Kirtland Jan. 23-24 to educate Airmen about the process of protecting or enhancing quality of life issues and how they can be influential in the process. (Photo by Ken Moore)
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Posted: 1/27/2014

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Expanding Your Horizons

Maj. Gen. Sandra Finan, commander of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, spoke to 300 middle school girls, parents and educators Jan. 25 at the University of New Mexico during the “Expanding Your Horizons” conference, designed to interest girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers. Her comments at the event, sponsored since 1980 by the New Mexico Network for Women in Science and Engineering, addressed women’s contributions to advancing human knowledge and capabilities through achievements in STEM fields. (Photo by John Cochran)
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Posted: 1/27/2014

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Expanding Your Horizons

Maj. Gen. Sandra Finan, commander of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, spoke to 300 middle school girls, parents and educators Jan. 25 at the University of New Mexico during the “Expanding Your Horizons” conference, designed to interest girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers. Her comments at the event, sponsored since 1980 by the New Mexico Network for Women in Science and Engineering, addressed women’s contributions to advancing human knowledge and capabilities through achievements in STEM fields. (Photo by John Cochran)
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Posted: 1/27/2014

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UNM healthcare professionals visit the base

Senior leaders from the UNM healthcare system were invited by the 377th Medical Group to Kirtland to tour facilities and aircraft and to receive a K-9 unit demonstration. The MDG invited the group to demonstrate appreciation for the specialty care they provide to Airmen and their families, to build upon and explore opportunities for continuing medical education, to introduce them to military culture and missions, and to establish personal relationships. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 1/24/2014

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UNM healthcare professionals visit the base

Dr. Vanessa Hawker, associate budget director at the University of New Mexico's Health Science Center, gets ana hands-on demonstration of the 377th Security Forces K-9 unit by dog handlers Airman 1st Class Stephen Farrell and Staff Sgt. William Hollendonner. Senior leaders from the UNM healthcare system received a tour of several facets of the base. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 1/24/2014

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Maryann Zelenak

Maryann Zelenak was selected to attend a 10-month course at the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 1/24/2014

Teresa ReinhardTeresa Reinhard
Teresa Reinhard

Teresa Reinhard, Kirtland's community support coordinator, helps Airmen while teaching a professional education course on resiliency Jan. 22. Reinhard was selected as an employee of the quarter by the New Mexico Federal Executive Board. The honor was given in part for her work in assisting the Wounded, Ill and Injured, as well as promoting resiliency among Team Kirtland members. (Photo by Ken Moore)
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Posted: 1/24/2014

Teresa ReinhardTeresa Reinhard
Teresa Reinhard

Teresa Reinhard, Kirtland's community support coordinator, teaches a course on resiliency Jan. 22. Reinhard was selected as an employee of the quarter by the New Mexico Federal Executive Board. The honor was given in part for her work in assisting the Wounded, Ill and Injured, as well as promoting resiliency among Team Kirtland members. (Photo by Ken Moore)
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Posted: 1/24/2014

KAFB signKAFB sign
KAFB sign

The U.S. Air Force sign near the Gibson gate, on the southwest corner of the intersection of Gibson and Louisiana boulevards, was damaged Jan. 19 when a driver attempted to avoid something in the road, overcorrected and ran into the sign, destroying the right side. The driver and passenger were taken to the hospital. The sign will be replaced, with no time estimate for the repair. (Photo by Dennis Carlson)
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Posted: 1/22/2014

    

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