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  • Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center recognizes annual award winners

    The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center announced its annual award winners at a ceremony Jan. 25 at the Mountain View Club.
  • 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.
  • AFNWC gets new commander

    Maj. Gen. Shaun Q. Morris took command of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center during a ceremony Oct. 6 at Hardin Field.
  • Community leader receives AF Scroll of Appreciation

    Maj. Gen. Scott Jansson, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center commander, left, presented Sherman McCorkle, Kirtland Partnership Committee vice chair, with the Air Force Scroll of Appreciation during a recent KPC board meeting in Albuquerque. The scroll recognizes "meritorious achievement or service that are completely voluntary and performed as a
  • AFNWC raises almost $3,500 for local schools

    Members of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center raised thousands of dollars in donations this month for Albuquerque elementary schools. They also surpassed the amount donated in 2016 by nearly 600 percent.They delivered school supplies to Kirtland, Wherry and Mission Avenue elementary schools. These three schools are considered Title-I schools,
  • AFNWC receives Air Force Organizational Excellence award

    The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center received the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award for the fourth time since the center stood up in 2006. The four awards span seven consecutive years, from 2009 through 2015.Ensuring U.S. nuclear weapons are “never doubted and always feared,” AFNWC synchronizes all aspects of nuclear materiel management on
  • AFNWC team supports ICBM test launch

    A team of Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center experts supported the recent launch of an unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile to verify its accuracy and reliability, providing valuable data to ensure a continued safe, secure and effective nuclear deterrent.