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  • 150th Special Operations Wing

    MissionThe 150th Special Operations Wing's mission is to train mission-ready Special Operations and Combat Search And Rescue crews through a Total Force Integration with the 58th Special Operations Wing. The wing also includes the 250th Intelligence Squadron which provides precision Targeting and Geospatial Intelligence to Air Force and Joint

    MissionProvide EOD support to defeat or mitigate the effects of Weapons of Mass Destruction directed against the United States of America or national interests, CONUS or OCONUS.VisionTo be the best led, manned, trained, and equipped WMD response unit in the world, one fully mission-capable and prepared to deploy on-order, world-wide, 24/7/365.
  • 377th Air Base Wing Lineage

    Lineage and Honors Historyof the377 Air Base Wing (AFGSC) Lineage.   Established as 377 Combat Support Group, activated, and organized, on 8 Apr 1966.  Redesignated as 377 Air Base Wing on 17 Jan 1972.  Inactivated on 28 Mar 1973. Redesignated as 377 Combat Support Wing on 1 Jun 1985.  Activated on 14 Jun 1985. Inactivated on 1 May 1991.
  • 377th Air Base Wing Small Business Office

    The Small Business Office at Kirtland Air Force Base is responsible for implementing DOD and Air Force small business policies, programs and procedures.Specific programs include:* Small Business* Veteran and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business* Small Disadvantaged Business, including:- 8(a)- American Native Corporation- Alaska Native
  • 377th Medical Group

    Medical appointments -- 846-3200For a contact directory, click HERE.Accredited by The Joint Commission as an Ambulatory Health Care center and Primary Care Medical Home, the 377th Medical Group provides daily operational medical support to the 377th Air Base Wing and more than 100 associate organizations.Comprised of three squadrons: Healthcare
  • Advanced Systems and Development Directorate

    Mission StatementDrive future Space capabilities through collaborative innovation, development planning, and demonstrations. One team delivering the full spectrum of small, responsive space capabilities.Vision StatementAn exciting environment envisioning and shaping the future of Space. The Air Force's premier center for advanced systems and
  • Air Force Careers

    Air Force Careers Explore the great opportunities available in the Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and New Mexico Air National Guard. Albuquerque-area Air Force Recruiters 3320 Coors Boulevard, NW Albuquerque, NM 87120 833-5134 Check out Air Force.com Air Force Reserve Air Force Reserve RecruiterKirtland AFB, NM 87117 846-0544 National recruiting
  • Air Force Civil Service Positions

    Air Force Civil Service Positions Whether you're a scientist, an accountant or in another line of work, Kirtland AFB may have a job just right for you in a variety of technical and nontechnical fields. Here is information to check available jobs for the government and how to apply.377th Force Support Squadron Nonappropriated Funds positions NAF
  • Air Force High-Altitude Balloon Program

    The Air Force High- Altitude Balloon Program uses scientific helium balloons to provide stratospheric access for research, development, test and evaluation needed by the DoD and other government agencies, as well as DoD-sponsored university and industry projects. The High Altitude Balloon Program is operated by the Air Force Research Laboratory's
  • Air Force Maui Optical & Supercomputing Site (AMOS)

    Developing Advanced Technologies for Space Control and Defense ResearchAMOS combines small-, medium-, and large-aperture tracking optics, including the nation's largest optical telescope designed for tracking satellites and missiles, with visible and infrared sensors to collect data on near-Earth and deep-space objects. The MHPCC computers are used