Holloman is growing, as far as I know. There's a lot of training with the F22s & German Air Force, and, since that old news article was published the ROV programs, mostly involving Predator and Reaper drones, have become a big thing. Guys at Holloman are fighting from the air, remotely, in Afghanistan & Pakistan (and elsewhere, I'm sure).
I"ve been told, by an ROV pilot, that traditional stick-jockey's hate the ROVs, but that's the wave of the future. Not only less personal risk for pilots, but far, far, far cheaper than putting a man in a cockpit.