Mayor Galea In Washington D.C. For Ho...

Mayor Galea In Washington D.C. For Holloman AFB

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Go Alamo

Alamogordo, NM

#1 Jun 14, 2013
Nice to sea Alamogordo mayor (Susie Galea) in D.C. fighting for Holloman AFB.

https://www.facebook.com/CityofAlamogordo...
Go to school

Alamogordo, NM

#3 Jun 14, 2013
Go Alamo wrote:
Nice to sea Alamogordo mayor (Susie Galea) in D.C. fighting for Holloman AFB.
https://www.facebook.com/CityofAlamogordo...
From sea to shining sea
Dumbazz
old timer

Alamogordo, NM

#4 Jun 14, 2013
the committee of fifty is in washington fighting for holloman mayor galea just tagged along. it appears she trying to make herself look good to the voters of alamo. lets hope she dont run to be our at large elected mayor alamo cant afford another four years of her.
Walter

Cloudcroft, NM

#5 Jun 14, 2013
if Rardin went he would be in GITMO for trying to take a gun through security.
Bro

Alamogordo, NM

#6 Jun 14, 2013
She prolly just wants it renamed to jesus base. Stupid busybody.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#7 Jun 14, 2013
I think it is good and appropriate that Mayor Galea went with the Committee of Fifty. It shows that we are serious about keeping an air force base in our area. As long as she doesn't make a religion out of it, I'm fine. Keep it rational.
Michael Morris

Carrizozo, NM

#8 Jun 14, 2013
Too bad the matter of military needs never enters into the equation. Just a bunch of opportunists looking for a tax handout.

At least yesterday's action on Capitol Hill showed there is widespread bipartisan support for continuing obsolete bases and programs.

Galea is as personally interested in this as anyone since her husband is one of the tax receivers out there.

What a damned shame the only thing these guys know how to do is beg the taxpayer for more of their hard earned dough.
Walter

Cloudcroft, NM

#9 Jun 14, 2013
since your last great cause was defending Greg Fultz I think we know all we need to about your moral fiber.
Michael Morris wrote:
Too bad the matter of military needs never enters into the equation. Just a bunch of opportunists looking for a tax handout.
At least yesterday's action on Capitol Hill showed there is widespread bipartisan support for continuing obsolete bases and programs.
Galea is as personally interested in this as anyone since her husband is one of the tax receivers out there.
What a damned shame the only thing these guys know how to do is beg the taxpayer for more of their hard earned dough.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#11 Jun 14, 2013
Michael Morris wrote:
Too bad the matter of military needs never enters into the equation. Just a bunch of opportunists looking for a tax handout.
At least yesterday's action on Capitol Hill showed there is widespread bipartisan support for continuing obsolete bases and programs.
Galea is as personally interested in this as anyone since her husband is one of the tax receivers out there.
What a damned shame the only thing these guys know how to do is beg the taxpayer for more of their hard earned dough.
Alamogordo would dry up and disappear without HAFB. We have little else to offer. The question of whether or not HAFB is really necessary for our security or anything other than our need to populate the city of Alamogordo with consumers will not likely ever be discussed in public.
Larry Flint

Alamogordo, NM

#12 Jun 15, 2013
For her being a ''plain jane'' i find her very sexy !!
Yagets

Alamogordo, NM

#13 Jun 15, 2013
Gorky wrote:
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Alamogordo would dry up and disappear without HAFB. We have little else to offer. The question of whether or not HAFB is really necessary for our security or anything other than our need to populate the city of Alamogordo with consumers will not likely ever be discussed in public.
So right. Call centers and taxpayer subsidized relocated security businesses do not a growing economy make. The "leaders" of Alamogordo have little, if any, idea how to grow the economy other than to beg and pray that HAFB does not go away --- NEWS FLASH --- HAFB is doomed, under the new military that is emerging small, isolated, bases without a real mission will be mothballed or severely reduced in size.
loser

Albuquerque, NM

#15 Jun 15, 2013
Jesus, do we have to bring Greg Fultz up again Morris? You aren't god's gift to anyone.

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#17 Jun 15, 2013
HAFB will not close as long as White Sands Missile Range is in operation.

Imo i can see where the Air Force splits, the Air assets such as planes, fighters, etc go to the Army and the space commands stays Air Force.
WTF

Tularosa, NM

#18 Jun 15, 2013
Walter wrote:
if Rardin went he would be in GITMO for trying to take a gun through security.
Kind of like his uncle Ronny!
WARRIOR

Washington, DC

#19 Jun 15, 2013
Hopefully she will stay in D.C!
HAFB

Alamogordo, NM

#20 Jun 15, 2013
Yagets wrote:
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So right. Call centers and taxpayer subsidized relocated security businesses do not a growing economy make. The "leaders" of Alamogordo have little, if any, idea how to grow the economy other than to beg and pray that HAFB does not go away --- NEWS FLASH --- HAFB is doomed, under the new military that is emerging small, isolated, bases without a real mission will be mothballed or severely reduced in size.
Holloman is a UAV base, which is the wave of the future military. Don't count on them closing shop anytime soon. In fact, look for more foreign military such as the Italians, to train on them here.
Bro

Alamogordo, NM

#21 Jun 16, 2013
Remember she doing it on your dime. What was the first thing she could think of when becoming mayor. To inject religion into the town. That kind of nutjob isn't doing any kind of good there.

Since: May 13

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#22 Jun 16, 2013
HAFB wrote:
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Holloman is a UAV base, which is the wave of the future military. Don't count on them closing shop anytime soon. In fact, look for more foreign military such as the Italians, to train on them here.
I have to agree with this. Say they shut HAFB, where would they move the UAVs? The only other base currently is NV, which is for operations. What base would be a better relocation that provides a better topography or (lack of) civilian development.

Think about it, the public does not want UAVs over their heads, so the further out, the better for political cover and thus the programs' sustainability.

Since: Sep 08

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#23 Jun 16, 2013
Bro wrote:
Remember she doing it on your dime. What was the first thing she could think of when becoming mayor. To inject religion into the town. That kind of nutjob isn't doing any kind of good there.
Bro, you are losing it, you better get a double bacon star inside of you quick.

Since: Sep 08

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#24 Jun 16, 2013
HAFB wrote:
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Holloman is a UAV base, which is the wave of the future military. Don't count on them closing shop anytime soon. In fact, look for more foreign military such as the Italians, to train on them here.
UAV operations yes, the base is still a flying base, and a direct support player to WSMR (DRONES) and so many other projects. HAFB is here to stay, it's mission will change time to time.

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