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  • Revving up relationships

    If couples that had been married for 50 years were asked how they achieved that milestone many would answer that it was a lot of understanding and probably hard work. The Sept. 15 "Super Charge Your Relationship" seminar by Dr. David Olson focuses on taking relationships to the next level and strengthening the bond in couple relationships. Dr.
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  • Anniversary approaching; come early to reserve seats

    In its final planning stages, the New Mexico Air Force Bases 60th Anniversary Celebration is approaching quickly with just three weeks until the big day. The three New Mexico Air Force bases will come together Sept. 14 to celebrate the rich history of air power. The day's events will kick off on the beautiful fairways of the Sandia Golf Club, with
  • Civilian graduates DOD’s premier executive development program

    Kirtland AFB's very own, Michael W. Zmuda, has completed a rigorous curriculum with challenging developmental assignments preparing him as an executive leader within the Department of Defense. Mr. Zmuda, a senior civilian assigned to the Air Force Nuclear Weapons and Counterproliferation Agency, was competitively selected for the Defense Leadership
  • Base hours of operation, phone numbers, Aug. 24

    Auto Pride 505-265-9627 Monday-Saturday, 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Auto Service Center 505-265-9093 Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, closed Sunday, closed Auto Hobby Shop 505-846-1104 Monday, closed Tuesday-Friday, noon-7 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, 12-5 p.m. Barber Shop 505-266-5181 Monday-Friday; 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
  • Volunteer sexual assault victim advocates needed

    You've seen it in the headlines and most recently on the front cover of the "Air Force Times." Sexual assault is a problem in our society. If you are on active duty or are a Department of Defense civilian employee, be a part of the solution by becoming a volunteer victim advocate. Victim advocates provide continued care and assistance to victims of
  • Kirtland Combined Federal Campaign kickoff planned

    The Combined Federal Campaign will kick off here Sept. 25 at Hardin Field with free lunch, campaign information, a fun run and lots of other activities. The campaign will continue here through Nov. 2. The Combined Federal Campaign is an annual, nationwide fundraising drive that allows federal civilian, military and postal employees to donate money
  • Literacy program needs Team Kirtland volunteers

    Most adults, whether they loved school or not, can tell you their favorite childhood story book. Many Albuquerque kindergartners have a difficult time learning to read and the Albuquerque Reads program is working to make sure they look back on reading fondly. The Albuquerque Reads program matches volunteer tutors with kindergartners at local
  • Free admission to film tribute to Hispanic veterans

    Sept. 9 and 28 the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services and National Hispanic Cultural Center are presenting two film tributes to Hispanic veterans in solidarity with Defend the Honor, a project dedicated to supporting efforts of individuals and organizations to ensure that World War II-era Latinos and Latinas are included in today's general
  • Couples learn and grow over lunch seminars

    A Lunch and Learn Series for Couples will be coming to Kirtland AFB from Sept. 11 to Oct. 16 to help bring couples closer together -- during the lunch hour. A six-session Couples' Educational Program, which includes a pre-assessment, six workshops and a post-assessment, will help couples nurture and grow their relationships. The program will run
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