On Friday, Holloman Air Force Base announced that the Military base would be utilized by the Joe Biden regime to temporarily locate a portion of the 50,000 Afghan refugees fleeing the country following Joe Biden’s military disaster that led to the Taliban taking over Afghanistan.
According to Holloman, “Our installation has been selected to provide temporary housing, medical, logistics, and transportation support for #OperationAlliesRefuge.”
The Base mentioned that currently, “the men and women of Team Holloman are working tirelessly to support the initiative that follows through on our Nation’s commitment to vulnerable Afghans, and we are proud to join task force Fort McCoy, U.S. Army Fort Lee, Fort Pickett, U.S. Army Fort Bliss, Marine Corps Base Quantico, and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, U. S. Army North (Fifth Army), U.S. Northern Command and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) team, in support of the State Department with this mission.”
“The security of our community, including our visitors, remains the number one priority, and we are taking the appropriate measures to ensure everyone remains safe and healthy.” It is unclear at this time if there will be virus testing, although it has been inferred by Holloman’s statement.
“We understand many have the urge to help, we will send out information on where and how to provide donations or support once we’ve identified the proper avenues with the appropriate aid agencies,” the Base concluded.
The move comes after scandal-ridden alleged groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf offered up the state as a relocation destination for Afghan refugees. The two lawmakers nor Joe Biden offered up the housing of refugees in the state while Cubans fled their failed state in search of freedom.
Many American soldiers and personnel remain stranded in Afghanistan amid Joe Biden’s crisis.