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  • Care beyond duty

    Airmen all over the world suffer from both visible and invisible wounds that may not always be recognized by their wingmen, and the Air Force Wounded Warrior program is available to those who need help.

  • Holloman MWD handlers train to medically assist their partners

    The 49th Security Forces Squadron military working dog trainers conducted training with U.S. Army veterinarian technicians from Fort Bliss, Texas, simulating medically assisting their dogs in multiple scenarios that can take place in a deployed environment.

  • Holloman Airman puts pedal to the metal

    The U.S. Air Force has a reputation of holding Airmen to a high standard. For physical fitness specifically, that standard is assessed by a waist measurement, push-ups, sit-ups and a 1.5 mile run. However, working out does not always have to be a chore – there are many avenues available where one

  • National Emergency Medical Services week

    National Emergency Medical Services week kicks off May 22, 2017. As an essential public function, EMS practitioners are a vital component of emergency medicine. However, their life-saving services are often overlooked. National EMS week, established in 1974, serves to honor EMS practitioners and

  • Doctors' Day 2017

    National Doctors' Day, celebrated on March 30, was established to recognize physicians, their work, and their contributions to society and the community. This year, Holloman is highlighting the efforts of pediatricians from the 49th Medical Operations Squadron. Captain Manisha Mills, a 49th MDOS

  • Green Dot training hopes to decrease interpersonal violence

    Airmen are taking their first steps in a five-year strategy to decrease interpersonal violence across the service by attending Green Dot training.Green Dot is a community-based initiative the Air Force adopted to increase outreach and prevention. The goal is to provide violence-prevention tools to