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  • 'Portraits In Courage' highlights Duke reservists' adventures

    The stories of Chief Master Sgt. Phillip Bahm, 919th Maintenance Group superintendent, and Senior Master Sgt. Dale Berryhill, 919th Operations Group airborne mission systems specialist, are featured in "Portraits in Courage," a series developed by General T. Michael Moseley, 18th Air Force Chief of Staff, that offers a snapshot of the gallant
  • Bradley presents Gallant Unit Citation to 919th OG

    Lt. Gen. John A. Bradley, commander of Air Force Reserve Command and chief of the Air Force Reserve, presented the 919th Operations Group here with the Gallant Unit Citation March 3, officially marking the first time a Reserve unit has ever received this recognition. "I'm extraordinarily honored to get to be here in the presence of so many great
  • Black History events entertain, educate reservists

    The month of February is recognized as Black History Month, and with the unit training assembly being only two days out of the month, the men and women of the 919th Special Operations Wing ensured that this UTA be one that no reservist would forget. The Bull Pen in Building 3025 was transformed Feb. 3 into a Saturday evening extravaganza where more
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  • Wing inducts honorary commanders

    The men and women of the 919th Special Operations Wing paid special tribute to six community leaders by inducting them as designated Honorary Commanders at a ceremony here Jan. 6. The honorary commanders program is a wing commander' s tool used to foster better relationships between local civic leaders and wing personnel; in turn, community
  • Wing donates funds to Eglin honor guard

    The 919th Special Operations Wing presented the Eglin Air Force Base honor guard with a $705 donation toward their 2006 Team Eglin Honor Guard Recognition banquet held at the Eglin officer's club Nov. 1. "We were working to raise the money to help with the cost of the ceremony, so the members of the honor guard wouldn't have to pay for their own
  • Groundbreaking ceremony begins new era for LRS

    A groundbreaking ceremony was held Oct. 31 to commemorate the beginning of the construction of a new Mobility Aerial Delivery Facility that will be located at the north end of Duke Field. More than ten years in the making, the final completion date for the facility is scheduled for October 2007. The concept for the center has gone through various
  • Combined Federal Campaign begins: Donations support everyone

    It's that time of year again to pull out the wallets and support those in need. The Combined Federal Campaign is up and running. From Sept. 25 to Nov. 7, campaign representatives here are busily getting the word out about the program's cause and urging personnel to donate. The CFC is a conglomerate of local, national and international campaigns