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  • Highlights from 2014 »

    U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich traveled all across New Mexico in 2014. From Las Cruces to Raton and from Zuni to Clovis, he met with thousands of New Mexicans to discuss the issues that matter most to you and your family.
    • Silent Falcon UAS Technologies, December 5, 2014 »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich meets with Silent Falcon UAS Technologies CEO John Brown and COO Greg Walker to discuss the company's solar-powered aerial systems and strengthening New Mexico start-up companies.

      • Albuquerque Office Fall 2014 Interns, December 5, 2014 »

        U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich with his Albuquerque Office's fall 2014 interns Naomie Germain and Carielle Bahe.

        • UNM Valencia Campus, November 5, 2014 »

          U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich discusses workforce development at the University of New Mexico Valencia Campus in Los Lunas.

          • Valencia Flour Mill, November 5, 2014 »

            U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich tours the Valencia County Flour Mill to discuss the role of small business and manufacturing in New Mexico's economy.

            • F-16 Taco Display Dedication Ceremony, November 5, 2014 »

              U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich attends the dedication of the F-16 Taco display at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History in Albuquerque. An aircraft featuring the Fighting Tacos logo -- on the tail insignia and trim -- was on display. Many retired New Mexico Air National Guard service members volunteered to get the display completed. As a member of the House of Representatives in 2009, then-Representative Martin Heinrich introduced a proposal as part of the National Defense Authorization Act to save more than a thousand Taco jobs at Kirtland Air Force Base. As a member of the House Armed Services Committee, Heinrich led an effort to ensure that the Air Force could not retire any legacy fighter aircraft across the country without identifying new missions for their respective bases. In Albuquerque, this was realized in 2010 through combining the 150th Fighter Wing with the 58th Special Operations Wing, and establishing three new missions.

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