AMXS wins intramural championship in clean sweep

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AMXS’ Keith Rochford tries to sink a field goal as EMS’ Mike Lacy attempts to block. AMXS beat EMS 59-54 to go undefeated through the Cannon Intramural Basketball Championships. Airman 1st Class Thomas Trower 27th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Airmen pushed their way to defeat the 27th Equipment Maintenance Squadron 59-54 at the Intramural Basketball Championship […]

101 Cannon Airmen make the grade

Air Force releases list of master sergeant, technical sergeant selectees Courtesy of Air Force Personnel Center News Service The Air Force has selected 4,613 of 23,230 eligible technical sergeants for promotion to master sergeant, a 19.85 percent selection rate; and 6,904 of 41,186 eligible staff sergeants for promotion to technical sergeant, a 16.76 percent selection […]

And then there was one

Airman Thomas Trower Two Cannon basketball giants took to the court Tuesday to fight for an unblemished record. With 7-0 records, EMS and MDG competed to see which would be the only team in the base intramural league left with an undefeated record. EMS arrived in their new personalized uniforms ready to play and win, […]

CES survives tournament, named best on base

Airman Thomas Trower After three days of non-stop action in the fitness center, the mid-season intramural basketball champions were crowned Wednesday. CES took the championship when they defeated the then-undefeated EMS 45-40 in a game that was up in the air until the final minutes. With a relatively uneventful low-scoring first half, the only sinkable […]

EMS turns the tables on LRS #2 with 32-point win

Airman Thomas Trower “We’re getting slaughtered,” groaned LRS’ Erik Chriswell to friends in the crowd. Chriswell and the rest of the 27th Logistics Readiness Squadron # 2 team tried to play the 27th Equipment Maintenance Squadron in Tuesday night’s intramural basketball game at the fitness center, but not many people there would call what occurred […]

AEDs to be available in rural areas

By Gary Mitchell Heart attack victims in rural eastern New Mexico will have greater access to medical attention, thanks to a recent $251,709 grant from the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Rural Health Policy. The grant — for the placement of automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) in rural areas of the state — […]