Air Force & New Mexico

An air force, also known in some countries as an air army, is in the broadest sense, the national military organization that primarily conducts aerial warfare. New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. 5.0/5

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SA wants to be final home for U.S. Air Force F-16 training, interim locale in New Mexico
Holloway with game-ending K. Air Force wins at first place New Mexico for just the second time since since 2002!!! 18-14…
One dead, one hurt in U.S. Air Force training accident
1 person killed, 1 hurt in training 'mishap' at Air Force base in New Mexico
his stats say he's lost games against teams he shoulda beat, like Air Force, Wyoming and and New Mexico
And Cal Poly runs the triple option offense like New Mexico, Army, Navy, Air Force - quite the challenge for the Nevada D.
Link to webcast of tomorrow night's game vs. Air Force. 7 PM Mountain.
John Denver was born in 1943 in Roswell, New Mexico. The son of an Air Force officer. What did he know?
The win improves Boise State to 11-8 overall with the final regular season road trip on the slate for next week at Air Force and New Mexico
What are New Mexico, Army, Navy, Air Force, Boston College & Georgia Southern? The six teams Texas is better than in passing stats.
Air Force needs 2 more wins for bowl eligibility. It finishes at Hawaii, vs. Army, vs. Utah St., at Boise St. at New Mexico. Like the odds?
year, a B-2 stealth bomber has taken off from an Air Force base in Missouri and headed west to the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
Now this puts everything in Washington D.C. into perspective. This should give you a laugh... Just thought you should know... The year was 1947. Some of you will recall that on July 8, 1947, a little more than 66 Years Ago, numerous witnesses claim that an Unidentified Flying Object, (UFO), with five aliens aboard, crashed onto a sheep and mule ranch just outside Roswell , New Mexico .This is a well-known incident that many say has long been covered-up by the U.S. Air Force, as well as other Federal Agencies and Organizations. However, what you may NOT know is that in the month of April, year 1948, Nine Months after the historic day, the following people were born: Barrack Obama Sr. Albert A. Gore, Jr. Hillary Rodham William J. Clinton John F. Kerry Howard Dean Nancy Pelosi Dianne Feinstein Charles E. Schumer Barbara Boxer Joe Biden This is the obvious consequence of aliens breeding with sheep and jack *** I truly hope this bit of information clears up a lot of things for you. It certainly did for ...
For opening week of Mountain West play, only New Mexico has two home games (Wed FresnoSt, Sat ColoSt). Air Force has two road league games.
Kristin Salazar, a representative of home healthcare and hospice provider Ambercare, pins a Veterans Appreciation Medal on Staff Sgt. Richard Olsen, 377th Security Forces Group, Saturday at the 2014 Gildan New Mexico Bowl at the University of New Mexico's Branch Field. Salazar was part of a group from Ambercare that dressed up in historical nursing costumes as part of a tribute to veterans at the game. (US Air Force photo by Jim Fisher)
The grenada treaty was agreed upon at the Holloman air force base in New Mexico by the greys and the ‘Ultra’ unit in the NSA
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Only THREE home games left Bronco fans! Catch us Thursday (7pm) vs New Mexico & Saturday (2pm) vs Air Force. GO BRONCOS!
HOW TO GET TO THE BEST SPOT FOR A PANORAMIC VIEW OF MANZANO-SANDIA BASE (established in 1947) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Go south on I-25 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Go past Sunport (airport). Keep going south on I-25. Exit at Rio Bravo. Go east on Rio Bravo. Go south on University Blvd. Go all the way towards Mesa Del Sol. Go past Mesa Del Sol housing development. Go to the very end of University Blvd. to the community building (glass building). Park on the backside (east side) of the building. Walk about 600 feet towards the desert. You will already have a great, panoramic view of Manzano-Sandia Base, a military facility complex established in 1947. This spot is right next to the Ground Zero of May 22, 1957 H-bomb accident in which the Air Force accidentally dropped the bomb while trying to land at Kirtland Air Force Base. Fortunately this 'broken arrow' incident did not cause a nuclear catastrophe but the incident was covered-up until 1986.
Both three little words...I Love You.or.Not Dead Yet? A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away Husband was in the Air Force, and instead of a desk at UBS, he flew an F-111 in Clovis, New Mexico. It was supposed to be an F-4 fighter jet to McDill AFB in Tampa. We had a little deal, it was sealed with the poetic wax of, "I love you Hunny Bunny and will get you home, I promise." Husband's plan was to graduate first in his flight school training class and by virtue of that virtue get to select and receive his top choice of assignment. Which would be an F-4, stationed in Tampa, to get his adorable, but horrifically homesick wife back to her family. Proudly for Husband, instead of that nasty, old fighter plane, he was rewarded for his excellence with the bestest plane in the inventory in 1977, an F-111. While his green, flight suited classmates were hooting and hollering at the ceremony where assignments were announced, I was holding our infant son in my trembling arms, the blood rushing from my brain to my .. ...
 Jose Guillermo Barria passed away on October 10, 2011 at the age of 85. Jose was born and raised in the Republic of Panama where he had many adventures and was surrounded by a large extended family. As a young man he worked for the US Air Force in the Canal Zone where he developed a lifelong fascination with aircraft of all kinds. Jose obtained a masters degree in Education from Central State University in Edmond, Oklahoma. He continued his education with post graduate work at the University of Texas in Austin, The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, and Universidad Central in Quito, Ecuador. Jose started his teaching career in Panama but moved to the US permanently in 1954 when he accepted a teaching position in Carlsbad, New Mexico. In 1960 he began working for the El Paso Independent School District, first as a teacher at Jefferson and W. H. Burgess high schools and later in an administrative role with the central office. In addition to his official duties, he also provided translation service ...
Tahun 1997, Ameriki wez koyo ngene... Search All NYTimes.com   Archives  U.S. to Fire Laser Weapon at a Satellite By WILLIAM J. BROAD Published: October 3, 1997 Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen has approved firing the nation's most powerful military laser at a $60 million Air Force satellite to test its destructive power, the Defense Department said yesterday. The test is expected to take place in New Mexico in the next few days, weather permitting. Military officials say it will be the first time that a laser beam has been flashed through space to test its potential for destruction. With a powerful infrared beam about six feet wide, the laser is to fire a burst of concentrated light lasting less than one second at the target, which is in orbit 260 miles from Earth, the Pentagon said. In a second experiment, the laser will then fire a pulse lasting less than 10 seconds. It is expected to at least cripple the target, if not destroy it. Ignoring calls to cancel the test, the Pentagon said t ...
An unmanned aircraft on a training mission from Holloman Air Force Base in Southern New Mexico has crashed at White Sands National Monument.
Born Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr., was born in Roswell, New Mexico, to Erma Louise Swope and Lt. Col. Henry John Deutschendorf, Sr. an Air Force officer Henry Sr. was of German ancestry, I met and married his "Oklahoma Sweetheart" From Irish Catholic and German maternal grandmother was the one who imbued my love of music. In my autobiography, Take Me Home, I described my life as the eldest son of a family shaped by a stern father who could not show his love for his children. He is also the nephew of singer Dave Deutschendorf of The New Christy Minstrels. throughout my life, I recorded and released approximately 300 songs, about 200 of which I composed. I became outspoken in politics in the mid-1970s. I expressed my ecologic interests in the epic 1975 song "Calypso," which is an ode to the exploration ship and team of environmental activist Jacques Cousteau. In 1976, I campaigned for Jimmy Carter, who became a close friend and ally. I was a supporter of the Democratic Party and of a number of charitable . ...
CSU beats Air Force at Moby this afternoon 74-68. Air Force is a tough team to defend because of the Princeton Offense and all the back cuts and 3s. This is a great win to get. This was made possible with two clutch 3s late in the game by Daniel Bejarano and a driving layup by Jon Octeus. We have the yips at the free throw line right now big time. Need to get this taken care of or it is going to cost us a game down the road we have no business losing. All in all just great to get back to .500 in conference play and back into the upper echelon of the MWC. Got a week to get ready for a big one next Saturday at Moby against New Mexico. Hoping for the best. GO RAMS!
During my time in the Air Force I had the opportunity to stand in four different states at one time in Four Corners, New Mexico.
Amy Manning tagged with Here goes nothin' 1. My maternal grandpa nicknamed me "Moonbeam". When he first saw me he saw a full round face with a big smile. I named my design web page Designed by moonbeam (its currently under construction). 2. I am a navy brat, have been an Army wife and currently an Air Force wife. I'm proud to serve in this small way. 3. I have lived in Michigan, Tennessee, Florida, California, Hawaii, Oklahoma, Alabama, Germany, New Mexico and Nevada. 4. I am the eldest of 2 daughters. 5. I've attended 10 schools from Kindergarten thru college. 6. I met my hubby at a club. 7. I've been married to that young man for 25 1/2 years. 8. I married and honeymooned in Hawaii. 9. I have two amazing children: Braden Matthew (16) and Keegan Shae (14). 10. My children live with autism, ADHD, epilepsy, brain cancer and yet smile everyday! 11. I LOVE Zumba.
New Mexico ran past Air Force -- with some encouragement from Brian Urlacher. New Mexico retired Urlacher's No. 44 jersey at halftime and the former Chicago Bears linebacker gave the Lobos a pep talk before their 45-37 victory Friday night. "You can tell he's a leader," New Mexico tailback Kasey Carrier said. "I was thinking we were the Chicago Bears. I was like, `Let's go!' He got pretty intense. And he's a big dude, too." New Mexico used that inspiration to beat the Falcons. "Getting a win with him in the stadium means a lot to our team," said Carrier, who finished with 179 rushing yards to lead a ground attack that had 451 yards. Lobos quarterback Cole Gautsche added 140 yards and two scores and also threw a touchdown pass -- a 28-yarder to Jeric Magnant in the first quarter -- on his only completion in three attempts. "Up front, they are a mammoth group, their offensive line," Air Force coach Troy Calhoun said. "I thought they did a nice job of being able to push on that advantage. And the quarterback ...
Week 11 kicks off tonight as New Mexico hosts Air Force! Action gets underway on ESPN... htt…
Due to time constraints... What kind of "time constraints" are you referring to, ESPN? It's 3:24 AM in Eastern Standard Time. You can't show me how Air Force got to the New Mexico 23, immediately after New Mexico gets the 2-point conversion to go up 7? What happens between the 20s matters to people who follow these games, even on the late night replays. If the Worldwide Leader in Sports isn't going to take this seriously, neither am I.
The US Air Force is activating the 95th Fighter Squadron at Tyndall AFB, Florida, on 11 October, kicking off a process that will eventually see 24 additional F-22 Raptors being assigned to the base. Once the first jets arrive in January, more will start arriving in phases through April 2014.The squadron will eventually have 24 aircraft, which includes 21 primary jets and three backup aircraft. The Raptors were previously based at Holloman AFB, New Mexico, with the 7th Fighter Squadron, but are being shifted as part of an overall USAF effort to consolidate its F-22s at six bases. Combined with the 31 Raptors already assigned to the 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall AFB will host a total of 55 F-22s. The 95th Fighter Squadron will not be immediately mission ready when its jets arrive. It will have to slowly ramp up its operations to get back up to speed. Unlike the wing’s 43rd Fighter Squadron, which is the F-22 formal training unit, the 95th Fighter Squadron will be a frontline combat unit. While it is somewha ...
UNLV 56 New Mexico 42. Tala: Sacramento State 31 Weber St. 3. Win-win for our Alma Mater. Does anyone know if Community College of the Air Force won?
237 Years Ago . . . in 1776 - The Continental Congress passed a resolution reading that "these United Colonies are, and of right, ought to be, Free and Independent States". The final draft of this "DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE" was adopted two days later . . . July 4th. 76 Years Ago . . . in 1937 - Aviator Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan disappeared over the Pacific Ocean while attempting to make the first round-the-world flight at the equator. 66 Years Ago . . . in 1947 - An object crashed near ROSWELL, New Mexico. The Air Force later insisted it was a weather balloon, but eyewitness accounts caused speculation about an alien spacecraft. That speculation persists to this day. 52 Years Ago . . . in 1961 - ERNEST HEMINGWAY shot himself to death at his home in Ketchum, Idaho. His suicide came on the anniversary of his father's suicide. 35 years later (but on July 1st), his granddaughter MARGAUX committed suicide by overdosing on prescription pills. 42 Years Ago . . . in 1971 - THE ORIGINAL ...
Quanah asked me a question last night about who all was in the Mountain West Conference and I couldn't name them all so I check: University of New Mexico, Colorado State, UNLV, Nevada, Boise State, Sand Diego State, Fresno State, Air Force & Wyoming. UNM got knocked off by UNLV last night. Ugly game, on the part of the Lobos.
Here is some perspective to clear the air. Robert Oomens 1) The 2nd amendment gave people in a well regulated militia the right to have a gun. 2) Only 22 states in the USA actually have a "WELL REGULATED MILITIA". 3) One of the state's militia is inactive. (Oklahoma) 4) Two states do not have a military division, (army division), but have a naval division. (Illinois and New Jersey) Some of the states that do have a militia have both the military and naval divisions. (Alaska, California, New York, Ohio, Texas and Virgina) The rest of the 22 states only have a military division. (Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, and Washington) 5) The Governor of each state is the head of that state's militia. 6) The state provides should be providing the equipment and discipline for the equipment. 7) If you are in the federal military, (Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, National Guard), you are ineligible ...
Hanner, Clelland, J.: World War II. Army Air Force. Eighth Air Force. Entered service: May of 1942. Received his wings at George Field, Illinois in July of 1943. Pilot on a B-17 Flying Fortress. Air Medal “Meritorious achievement while participation in heavy bombardment missions in the air offensive against the enemy over Continental Europe”. Born: 1-28-1918 in Rosedale, Indiana, the Son of James O. and Gertrude Brittian Hanner; Second Lieutenant, pilot on a heavy bombardment crew, completing his last phase of combat training at the Alamogordo Army Air Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, and will soon be sent overseas. On July 22, 1943 he was graduated from George Field Army Air School at Lawrenceville, Ill. Per Rockville Tribune 3-9-1944; First Lieutenant . Award the Distinguished Flying Cross for ‘extraordinary achievement’ while serving as a pilot on an Eighth Air Force B-17 Flying Fortress. Pilot of the fortress *** . Holds the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters. “The Nazi Messerschmitt . ...
Earl E. (Spec) Blevins was born November 30, 1931 to Hap and Beth (Doughty) Blevins. He passed away Sunday January 27, 2013 at the Canadian Valley Hospital in Yukon at the age of 81. Spec graduated from Geary High School in 1950. He served in the US Air Force during the Korean Conflict. Spec graduated from Southwestern State College in Weatherford with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education, and received his Master’s in Education in 1970. Spec was united in marriage to Eleanor Le Z. Zobisch September 30, 1992 in Oklahoma City, OK. He taught school in Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, and worked for Blaine County as a road grader for 20 years. Spec was a lifetime member of the Geary Masonic Lodge where he was a 32nd Degree Mason. He was preceded in death by his parents, Hap Blevins and Beth White, his wife Le Z. Blevins, and an infant brother. Survivors include his two daughters, Sally Blevins and her partner Georgie Rasco of Oklahoma City, and Mary Randall and her husband David of Hint ...
The Mountain West has announced divisions for football this next season. Boise State is in the Mountain Division, along with Utah State, Air Force, Colorado State, Wyoming and New Mexico. There will be no divisions for basketball.
College basketball takes center stage now that college football is over. The Big 10 is really good. I am guessing about 7 teams make the dance. Ohio State may be the 4th or 5th best team in the league and still be a top 15 team. The other conference I follow the Mountain West could be the second best conference behind the Big 10, They are projecting 6 teams out of 9 make the dance. That would be incredible. San Diego State is really talented. New Mexico beat Cincinnati when they were unbeaten at Cincinnati. UNLV might have the best freshmen in the country and have to played with thier whole team yet. Tonight could be the return of Mike Moser. They also open up with a brutal start to confernce with tonights game at New Mexico. They then come home to face Air Force and then next week travel to San Diego State and Colorado State. If they get through this part of the schedule 2-2 or 3-1 watch out. Anthony Benett is the freshmen if you get a chance watch him play. 6'8 built like a man and can dom ...
Some of the work will be done at Pratt's East Hartford plant, along with maintenance work at U.S. Air Force bases in Alaska, California, Florida, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Virginia, the contract listing says.
Why I support those in Texas who want to secede from the U.S.A.? Solely for economic reasons. The savings to the U.S. Government would be enormous.! First, we could eliminate all of the Border Patrol positions on the Texas-Mexican border. We would need to keep some of them at the Texas-U.S. border, but not as many, as I don't think Texans will want to move to New Mexico, Louisiana,etc.. We could close ALL 28 military installations there. 8 Air Force, 7 Army. 3 Navy, and 10 Coast Guard! We could relocate the bases back to the states that have lost their own over the past 30 years, and all 195,000 military personnel and their families( and their paychecks), as well. we could also move NASA to florida. We would eliminate over 250,000 Government jobs in other areas, such as Treasury, U.S.D.A., Homeland Security, etc. We could close ALL of the Federal Buildings, saving millions in operating costs. We would save in other areas such as Welfare, Medicare, Social Security payments to residents of Texas. Governor . ...
Well Carolina lost a close one, Iowa got killed by Penn State and Wake Forest won. Navy got the W over Indiana, Army lost to Eastern Michigan and Air Force beats New Mexico. Overall a tough day for me in college football. Hopefully the Patriots and the Redskins can beat the two teams from New York :)
Shabbat Shalom. Arrived home from Annapolis, MD last evening to celebrate Christy's birthday. At 5:00 Air Force plays New Mexico. Go blue!
In no particular order.these are the 10 games I like right now for this weekends college action. Final picks will be displayed first thing in the a.m,but these 10 are looking tasty... Air Force +21.5 Central Florida +17.5 N.Carolina -8 Miami +7 Purdue +14.5 E.Carolina +22.5 Iowa St +4 New Mexico +38 UConn -5.5 Northwestern +3.5 These are the 10 I like and Im going to be honest and say that almost every single one of these dogs will win outright...Im thinking that this is going to be a record setting week for moneyline gamblers...Call me nuts but South Carolina and Texas are teams that could go down as 3TD or more favorites...(think arizona st knocking off Nebraska).
Sheri and I are at Lackland AFB in San Antonio Texas for Arthurs graduation from Air Force boot-camp. He'll be headed to Biloxi, Mississippi next week for Air Traffic Control school. Very proud of my son, he's done good. Wish I could do it all over, oh to be 19 again! We had a great drive here, down the 5 to the 40 across Arizona and New Mexico as far as Cline Corners and down through Roswell and Carlsbad to the 10 east landing here tonight right on the base! They have an RV park just next to the parade grounds, pretty cool. We're off Sunday headed north through several states to Ohio for a visit with Tawnye while looking for vintage audio stuff, much fun, God gave us a fun business :)
July 8-1889 The first issue of The Wall Street Journal is published./1892 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada is devastated in the Great Fire of 1892./2011 Space Shuttle Atlantis is launched in the final mission of the U.S. Space Shuttle program./1947 Reports are broadcast that a UFO crash landed in Roswell, New Mexico./1948 The United States Air Force accepts its first female recruits into a program called Women in the Air Force (WAF).
In memory of Hermann Hesse and Medgar Evers. Happy birthday, Richard Petty. Past July 2s: 1809: Shawnee Chief Tecumseh calls on all Indians to unite and resist the white settlers. 1843: An alligator falls from sky during a Charleston, South Carolina, thunderstorm. It landed Anson Street. (And you thought frogs and fish were bad!) 1937: Amelia Earhart last heard from and presumed lost in the South Pacific. 1942: On page six, the “New York Times” reports Germany’s mass extermination of 700,000 Jews, by use of poison gas. 1947: An object crashes near Roswell, New Mexico. U.S. Army Air Force later insists it is a weather balloon, but eyewitness accounts give rise to speculation it may be an alien spacecraft. 1964: President Lyndon Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act. 1976: North Vietnam and South Vietnam are reunited. 1979: Susan B. Anthony dollar is issued, first U.S. coin to honor a woman. 1982: Vietnam vet Larry Walters climbs aboard an aluminum lawn chair in Southern California, equipped with 42 weat ...
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Today in History - 1497 - John Cabot reaches the North American Shore. 1803 - New Hampshire Patriot Matthew Thornton dies. 1881 - The first photograph of a comet is taken by A.A. Common in England and H. Draper in the US. 1901 - Spanist Artist Pablo Picasso opens first exhibit in Paris at Ambroise Vallard Gallery. 1940 - The Republican Convention in Philadelphia is first televised. Wendell Wilkie is nominated. 1966 - The US Senate passes the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act - creating the first federal safety standards for motor vehicles. 1997 - The US Air Force releases a report dismissing the long-standing claims of an alien spacecraft crash in Roswell, New Mexico (July 5, 1947).
Air Force sophomore Jon Davis earned defensive back player of the week honors by College Football Performance Awards. Davis earned honorable mention honors for his performance against New Mexico on Sept. 19.
Thank you to all the veterans that have served our country and especially to those near and dear to my heart! My pride and joy-Travis currently serving in the Air Force in New Mexico. My father, US Navy-Korean War Larry A. Chapin, the reason I am. My father-in-law, Roy D. Shideler-US Army-WWII-stationed in Germany and recipient of the Purple Heart. My Uncle Rick-US Army-Vietnam-two tours as an army medic(our own Radar)-never got hurt in those tours, but had a furnace blow up in his face when he came home, we were blessed with his beautiful personality and his love for all children(and women) have been unequaled in this life! My cousin Danny-US Navy-Vietnam. My brother-in-law-Phillip Shideler-US Air Force-Vietnam. My other brother-in-law, Roger Grassle-US Air Force-Retired. That is not by any means a complete list but the ones I can readily bring to mind. As a child, I was raised with a deep love for my country and still get shivers when a Color Guard goes by flying the RED WHITE and BLUE!! Patri ...
A decades-old jet fuel spill threatening Albuquerque's water supply could be as large as 24 million gallons, or twice the size of the oil spill from the Exxon Valdez, New Mexico environment officials acknowledged.
THE LOBOS ARE CHAMPIONS!! New Mexico baseball defeated Air Force this afternoon, 11-5, to guarantee at least a share of the regular season Mountain West crown! The Lobos own the tie-breaker vs. TCU, meaning the Lobos are assured the No. 1 seed in next week's MW Championship Tournament!! GO LOBOS!!
We had a great run at Trade Tech today, with representation (Players) from Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Pepperdine, Idaho, UC Davis, Santa Clara, Air Force, NBA, Overseas, NBDL, and Basketball Finest Training Academy, thanks to all for making this a special day at Trade Tech!!! What other Juco's doing it big like that???
Forty Years Ago Today -- "Starting on 4 May, 'Constant Guard III' became the largest single deployment in the history of Tactical Air Command. Four squadrons of F-4Ds of the 49th TFW were flown from Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico to Takhli in Thailand. The base in Thailand had been closed to US aircraft thirteen months beforehand and needed some work to bring it back to a reasonable condition. The move involved the transport of 1,350 tons of supplies and over 1,000 men to Thailand. Seventy-one of the wing's seventy-two aircraft arrived on time and some were in action within a day of their arrival." (John T. Smith -- "The Linebacker Raids: The Bombing of North Vietnam, 1972", p. 55)
First Lady Michelle Obama is in New Mexico. We've posted photos of her visit with troops at Kirtland Air Force Base
Obituary Print Ray Welty | Visit Guest Book WELTY Ray J. Welty (Major, USAF, retired) died peacefully on Thursday, March 22, 2012 after a lengthy battle with Parkinson's disease. His wife, Patricia Wall Welty, and his daughter, Cathy Welty Parks, were by his side at the end. Ray loved his family and his country. He devoted his career to protecting our national security. He was born on October 17, 1920, in Brownwood, Texas and moved to Roswell, New Mexico at age 15. He joined the Army in 1941 and later entered the Army Air Corps. He received his glider pilot wings in Lubbock, Texas, in February 1944. He flew a glider into Holland during Operation Market Garden and considered that mission his most outstanding wartime achievement. The Dutch government awarded Ray and his fellow glider pilots the Orange Lanyard of Valor, its highest honor. He also was awarded the Air Medal for service during Market Garden. After the war, Ray became a career Air Force officer. As an electronics warfare officer, he flew com ...
San Diego State outfielder/catcher Chris Wilson and New Mexico third baseman D.J. Peterson have been named Mountain West Baseball Co-Players of the Week, while Air Force's Evan Abrecht and New Mexico's Austin House have earned Mountain West Baseball Co-Pitchers of the Week honors for games played fr...
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