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  • SFS takes DOD anti-terrorism award honorable mention

    Kirtland is a unique base in that there are so many associate units here, but the cooperation between those units is what helped the base to earn an honorable mention for the Department of Defense Best Installation Anti-terrorism award for 2005. "This award is justification for all of our hard work here. Our anti-terrorism efforts here are efforts
  • Fire department spreads Christmas cheer

    The Fire Department Christmas Cheer and Toy Donation Drive is still accepting toys and food for its 28th annual drive. Toy donations will be accepted at Fire Station 1 at Wyoming Boulevard and F Street and Fire Station 2 located on San Mateo Boulevard through Monday. The event will take place Tuesday, beginning at 10:45 a.m. for senior citizens and
  • AFA lets enlisted Airmen take the LEAD

    To those who were unable to be admitted into the Air Force Academy, try not to cringe when reading the next sentence. Every year, seats in the academy are left empty because nobody applied to sit in them. These seats were allocated for the best of the best of the enlisted corps of the Air Force, but these top-tier Airmen were never told about or
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  • APS opens science, math school

    For parents here looking for an alternative to the traditional education system offered in Albuquerque, there is a unique charter school that caters to gifted high school students who are academically inclined in the math and science arenas. Albuquerque Institute for Mathematics and Science@UNM is a charter school within the Albuquerque Public
  • Lasers, microwave technology among AFRL's Directed Energy Directorate's works

    For as long as we've been around, we've looked to the heavens for guidance, for divine assistance and for the answers to those glittering and twinkling objects that move with the rising and setting of the moon.We've also tried to unlock the secrets to nonlethal options in battle and stumped ourselves as to how to better communicate with our own
  • New director announced for AFRL's Directed Energy Directorate

    Susan J. Thornton will become the new director of the Air Force Research Laboratory's Directed Energy Directorate, Air Force officials announced Nov. 22.Beginning Jan. 1 as director, Ms. Thornton will oversee a workforce of more than 800 military and civilian scientists, engineers, contractors and support personnel. With an annual budget of over
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