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  • Mission Support Group welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Katherina Donovan assumes command of the 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group.
  • Infant Baptism at Reserve Base Chapel First In Decades

    Duke Field's base chapel was host to the first infant baptism in known unit history.
  • Service before self

    Members of the 919th Special Operations Force Support Squadron stand with the Hennessey Award Nov. 3, 2018 given to the best dining facility in the Air Force Reserve Command. The team of services specialists earned the award for 2018 along with the 934th Airlift Wing, Minneapolis Air Reserve Station, Minn. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Chelsie Taddonio)
  • Bring it!

    Members of the 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron marshal airdrop training bundles into a C-145A Combat Coyote in preparation for an airdrop and recovery mission near Duke Field, Florida. The 919th SOLRS provides integrated logistical support to the 919th Special Operations Wing, the Army's 7th Special Forces group and Air Force Special Operations Command. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sgt. Jasmin Taylor).
  • Best in the Biz

    Master Sgt. Michael Biseinere, operational safety technician for the 919th Special Operations Wing, looks on as his wife listens to the reading of his retirement order from the Air Force Reserve. Biseinere retired Nov. 3, 2018 at the Eglin Air Armament Museum near Shalimar, Florida, after 28 years of service. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Lt. Col. James R. Wilson)
  • Duke team supports Tyndall Airmen

    Airman and Family Readiness professionals from Duke Field have played a vital role in the relief effort supporting Tyndall Air Force Base since Hurricane Michael made landfall and caused widespread damage across the Florida panhandle last month.Kelly Ewert, director of Airman and Family Readiness for the 919th Special Operations Wing, and Tech.
  • Maintainers achieve rare Black Letter flight

    Black letter initial status is a category reserved for aircraft that have been released with no discrepancies, including minor write-ups common throughout the aviation community that do not present a safety hazard to aircrews or passengers while flying.On Oct. 19, 2018, a C-146A Wolfhound aircraft maintained by Airmen assigned to Duke Field reached
  • Flightline re-enlistment

    Staff Sgt. Kelly Andino, 919th Special Operations Support Squadron, re-enlists with Maj. Matthew Samec, also a member of the 919th SOSS, on the Duke Field flightline October 15, 2018. Sergeant Andino is a Citizen Air Commando who has been recognized as a superior former for her exemplary support of the Air Force Reserve's only special operations wing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. James R. Wilson)
  • Wolfhounds unique mission aids Tyndall

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein and Chief Master Sergant of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright greet aircrew from the 919th and 492nd Special Operations Wings during his visit here October 27, 2018. Goldfein and Wright were on their way to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, for a visit with Airmen from the 325th Fighter Wing and an update on recovery operations following Hurricane Michael. The aircrew, based at nearby Duke Field, Florida, was comprised of Active Duty and Reserve Airmen who specialize in providing air mobility in support of special operations forces to points around the globe. (U.S. Air Force photo/MSgt Jasmin Taylor)
  • A Cut Above

    Ms. Kelly Ewert, Director of Airman and Family Readiness, receives the Diamond Sharp award from the 919th Special Operations Wing First Sergeants on August 5, 2018. The Diamond Sharp Award recognizes members of the unit who have actively demonstrated their commitment to Air Force core values or have gone above and beyond in helping others. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col James R. Wilson)
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