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  • 919th SOCES Equipment Training

    Airman 1st Class Eric Johnson, 919th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron pavements and heavy construction equipment specialist, operates a bulldozer, Jan. 11, 2019, Duke Field, Fla. Johnson is a Citizen Air Commando who is training to use the bulldozer during a unit training assembly weekend. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dylan
  • Dropping bikes

    Master Sgt. Joseph Kimbrell, a Combat Aviation Advisor with the 5th Special Operations Squadron, prepares to load a motorcycle onto a C-145A "Combat Coyote" for a training mission. The C-145A is capable of moving non-standard cargo into remote locations, usually inaccessible by larger, more traditional cargo aircraft.
  • In the suit

    Members of a highly specialized Kentucky National Guard unit practiced their skills in combating terrorist attacks during an emergency response exercise at Duke Field, Fla. Jan. 24.
  • Wing Airmen earn college degrees

    More than 70 Airmen stationed at Duke Field earned Community College of the Air Force degrees.
  • Tackling the Tech Bowl

    919th Special Operations Communications Squadron Airmen officiated the annual Tech Bowl in Niceville, Fla.
  • Cutting up the car

    Wing firefighters train in car extraction exercise
  • Stepping up: seven earn instant promotion

    A group of seven 919th Special Operations Wing enlisted Airmen received uplifting news in September when they were notified of their selection for an instant promotion. The Airmen were selected via the Air Force Reserve Stripes for Exceptional Performers II program. They stitched on their new ranks Oct. 1
  • The Airmen of... Part 2

    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. The Aerial Delivery Flight is part of the 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron.  Their mission is to prepare, load and recover cargo
  • "Exploit the night" - Intel squadron achieves FOC

    As of March 31, the 28th Intelligence Squadron reached their true potential achieving full operational capability.  The unit is officially ready to live up to their motto "exploit the night." The Barracudas reached this achievement 13 months ahead of schedule.  The goal was accomplished with the successful completion of aircraft mission
  • Reserve Airmen fight flames to complete annual training

    Teams of 919th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters battle a huge blaze during a live-fire training exercise March 4 at Hurlburt Field, Fla. The Reserve Airmen teamed with their active-duty special operations firefighters to complete their annual live-fire training during the March unit training assembly. (U.S. Air Force