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  • 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)
  • Maintainers to hand off C-145 duties in July

    Wing to return maintenance duties of C-145 to contractor.
  • Ops group selected as AFRC's gallant unit

    Recently, the 919th Special Operations Group was selected by Air Force Reserve Command as their nominee for an Air Force Gallant Unit citation.
  • 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)
  • 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
  • Repairing the Wolfhound

    Staff Sgt. Jesse Brazell, 592nd Special Operations Maintenance Group, orders a part for the C-146 Wolfhound March 31 at Duke Field, Fla. The 592nd SOMXS and the 919th Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron assigned a dedicated crew chief and assistant crew chief to each of the aircraft at Duke Field. Each aircraft has an active-duty and
  • New maintenance trainer aircraft arrives

    The 919th Special Operations Wing maintainers welcomed their newest aircraft here Jan. 5. The aircraft’s arrival brings an official start to the wing’s newest mission set. The white and blue C-146 Wolfhound touched down to its new home on the Duke flightline. The aircraft is scheduled to be used exclusively as the training aircraft for the wing’s maintainers to begin learning the new plane’s processes and procedures.
  • Wolfhound check up

    Senior Master Sgt. Bill Bethke, 711th Special Operations Squadron, completes his postflight checks on a C-146 Wolfhound at Duke Field, Fla., Oct. 21. The Air Force Special Operations Wing aircraft are used specifically in the training and operation of the 919th Special Operations Wing’s nonstandard aviation mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech.
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