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  • Active, Reserve schoolhouses earn special ops award

    Special Ops training units earn AFSOC award
  • Command visit

    Special Operations Civilian Leadership Development Group visits Duke Field.
  • Wing announces annual award winners

    Wing's annual awards
  • Preparing for take off

    C-145 crew and maintenance preparations.
  • Rolling out

    A 919th Special Operations Maintenance Group Airman marshals a C-145A Skytruck toward its mission at Duke Field, Fla. The Skytrucks are primarily used for new aircrew qualifications and flight proficiency missions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)
  • Keeping warriors equipped

    Staff Sgt. Joshua Rix, 919th Special Operations Support Squadron, checks the fit of a night-vision-goggle-mounted helmet on an aircrew member at Duke Field, Fla. The Airmen in the Aircrew Flight Equipment section of 919th SOSS ensure all flight gear and training is current and up to date for the wing’s flying personnel. (U.S. Air Force
  • The Airmen of... Part 3

    Throughout 2016, 919th Special Operations Wing public affairs will highlight the Airmen of specific flights throughout the Reserve wing here.  There will be four installments in this series.Combat Aviation Advisors The 711th Special Operations Squadron is the only combat aviation advisory squadron in the Air Force Reserve Command.  Combined with an
  • Enlisted aircrew members make move to pilot seat

    From the backseat to the front and from stripes to bars and beyond.  That’s the dual Air Force path a few 919th Special Operations Wing officers took to achieve their life-long goal of flight. For former loadmasters, Lt. Col. Michael Black, Capts Kris Williams and Patrick Taylor, 919th Special Operations Group, each Airman’s path to the pilot seat