27 SOMDG receive pathology accreditation

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USAF photo: Senior Airman Erik Cardenas Senior Airman Benjamin Satterwhite, 27th Special Operations Medical Support Squadron, peers through a microscope, looking for white blood cells that identify disease-fighting cells at the medical clinic at Cannon Air Force Base on Feb. 23. The 27th Special Operations Medical Group received recent accreditation from the College of American […]

Cannon inspection coming soon

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By 27th SOW Public Affairs Unit Compliance Inspections are conducted every three years and Air Commandos here will soon have an opportunity to show inspectors that the 27th Special Operations Wing is healthy and mission capable. From June 15-26, Air Force Special Operations Command inspectors will visit Cannon for the base’s UCI. UCIs are assessments […]

Justifications for war aren’t fooling anyone

By Freedom Newspapers Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is distinguished and polished, as advertised, and generally in command of the issues he discusses. But his views are still troubling on the most important decisions a president has to make, those concerning war and peace. During the most recent Republican candidates’ forum in New Hampshire, Romney […]

Business owners: Inspections necessary but sometimes too harsh

By Jack King Is the building inspections process a necessary evil or a bureaucratic roadblock on the business highway? Opinions vary depending on a person’s experience and perspective. Some contractors are among the first to defend the process. Mike Mendoza is owner of Guadalajara Restaurant, 916 L Casillas Blvd. He opened a delicatessen branch called […]