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  • AFRL NM research physicist receives award

    Research physicist John Burke of the Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate at Kirtland was selected as an Science and Engineering Early Career Award recipient.
  • Annual base tree lighting set for Nov. 30

    Packages in pretty paper, the cold air nipping at noses and good cheer aplenty fills Kirtland Air Force Base with the kickoff to the holiday season at the Base Chapel. The annual tree lighting is set for 4:45 p.m. Nov. 30 in the grassy area east of the chapel on D Street.
  • Pharmacy launches new OTC medication program

    The 377 MDG Main Clinic Pharmacy has launched a new over-the-counter medication program for all empaneled patients. The goal of the new OTC program is to eliminate the need to be seen by a provider for common cold symptoms, select other over the counter treatable conditions, and offer a means to receive OTC medications at no cost to patients.
  • MDG makes changes for mental health referrals

    As of Nov. 1, all mental health treatment for active duty, Guard, Reserve, dependents, and retirees will be initiated through the primary care behavioral health clinic.
  • Jemez pueblo governor visits Kirtland

    Gov. Joseph Toya, New Mexico Pueblo of Jemez, poses with members of the 58th and 150th Special Operations Wings for a group photo at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., Nov. 20. Toya met with 58th and 150th Special Operations Wing leadership learning about their missions and contributions to the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Chandler
  • Nuclear weapons leader selected for first star

    An Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center colonel has been nominated for the rank of brigadier general.
  • AFGSC announces Global Strike Challenge scores

    Air Force Global Strike Command announced the winners of the sixth Global Strike Challenge during a score posting event here Nov. 15.The 2nd Bomb Wing at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, won the Fairchild Trophy for the Best Bomb Wing, while the 341st Missile Wing at Malmstrom AFB, Montana, won the Blanchard Trophy for the best ICBM Wing. Other
  • AFRL NM celebrates 100 years of AF science, technology

    On Nov. 9, the Air Force Research Laboratory's New Mexican directorates celebrated a century of evolving lineage from their ancestral unit at McCook.
  • Flight tests help qualify nuclear bomb for US, NATO aircraft

    The Air Force recently completed a series of initial tests to qualify a nuclear gravity bomb for multiple U.S. and NATO aircraft.
  • Ceremony honors veterans

    Past, present and future veterans were honored during a ceremony at the New Mexico Veterans Memorial near Kirtland Nov. 11.
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