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  • KAFB Honor Guard

    The mission of the Team Kirtland Honor Guard is to provide dignified funeral honors upon request to all honorably discharged veterans within our Area of responsibility.To request services call 505-846-1804 during regular business hours, or you may also contact the Honor Guard manager by cell phone at 505-238-6648. All funeral requests require the
  • Kirtland AFB Fuel Plume Archived Documents

    KAFB Quarterly Report Oct-Dec 2013 KAFB Quarterly Report Jul-Sep 2013 Request for Extension - June 27, 2013 Kirtland AFB BFF Quarterly Report Oct-Dec 2012  KAFB Quarterly Report Jul-Sep 2012 Exec Summary Kirtland AFB BFF Project Update - Feb. 8, 2013 NMED approval for extension for Quarterly PreRemedy Monitoring and Site Investigation
  • KIRTLAND AFB HISTORY

    Kirtland Air Force Base's beginnings stem from three private airfields of 1928-1939 and are similar to that of other installations choosing to adapt existing runways and hangars for military use. In 1928, Frank G. Speakman and William L. Franklin, two Santa Fe railroad employees, had inaugurated a private venture for an airport. Working with the
  • Kirtland AFB Legal Office

    Legal Office Hours8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through FridayTo contact the Legal Office, call (505) 846-4217Wills - By Appointment Only Monday 1 to 3:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 to 11 a.m.See below for requirements to schedule an appointmentLegal Assistance - By Appointment OnlyMonday from 1 to 3:30 p.m., Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 to 11 a.m.Notary &
  • Kirtland AFB will co-host SmallBizOps Day Aug. 23

    The Kirtland AFB Small Business Office will co-host the inaugural SmallBizOps Day, sponsored by the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce, Aug. 23 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th Street Southwest. This daylong event will begin with a morning session to inform interested small business operators on the needs of the agencies,
  • Kirtland Air Force Base and the 377th Air Base Wing

    The 377th Air Base Wing is the host organization at Kirtland Air Force Base, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The wing reports to Air Force Global Strike Command. It supports nine wings and over 100 mission partners. The base and its various mission partners employs about 22,000 active duty, civilians, contractors, Guard and Reserve personnel, 
  • Kirtland Air Force Base History

    Kirtland Air Force Base's beginnings stem from three private airfields of 1928-1939 and are similar to that of other installations choosing to adapt existing runways and hangars for military use. In 1928, Frank G. Speakman and William L. Franklin, two Santa Fe railroad employees, had inaugurated a private venture for an airport. Working with the
  • Kirtland Housing Management Office

    Housing The Housing Management Office's primary mission is to provide military families priority-access to safe, quality, well-maintained, affordable housing. Available housing referral services include, but are not limited to, assistance with residential rental or home purchase searches, counseling and assistance with rental and lease agreements,
  • Kirtland Inn (Lodging)

    Kirtland Inn (Lodging)Kirtland Inn has more than 50 buildings on the east and west side of the installation. Visiting Airmen Quarters, Visiting Officer Quarters, and Temporary Living Facilities are all available.Reservations for the appropriate facility can be made in advance for temporary duty and permanent change of station personnel at anytime.
  • Kirtland NCO Academy

    The Kirtland NCO Academy was closed in 2009.
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