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  • Former Duke commander passes

    Retired Air Force Reserve Brig. Gen. Donald E. Haugen, commander of Duke Field’s first 919th-designated unit, passed away Dec. 1, 2015, in Niceville, Florida, at the age of 84. Haugen served as commander of the formerly C-130-equipped 919th Tactical Airlift Group (Air Force Reserve) from July 1971 to March 1974.  “It's obviously a sad day for all
  • Airmen, family visit flightline

    Members of the 919th Special Operations Wing and the families walk toward the wing’s aircraft for an up-close look during the Duke Field Wing Day event Oct. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc.
  • September, October commander's suggestion box responses

    The 919th Special Operations Wing commander installed commander's comments/suggestion boxes at various locations around the base. When the questions/comments are applicable wing-wide they will be published on the home page and members who provide their name and contact information will be contacted directly.Here are the September
  • 919th kids deploy for Operation Hero

    “Future Airmen” await their ride to the deployment line during the Duke Field Operation Hero event Nov. 7. The event was a mock deployment exercise for 919th Special Operations Wing children. The exercise started with the kids receiving orders before deploying to the 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron building. The “little
  • Wing Day draws large crowds

    An Airman receives a pie in the face from his “wingman” during the the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)
  • Outstanding Airmen STEP up to new ranks

    A group of six 919th Special Operations Wing Airmen will be promoted Oct.1 as part of the Air Force Reserve Stripes for Exceptional Performers II program.The promotees are newly-ranked Chief Master Sgt. Steven Bicknell, Senior Master Sgt. Charles McBride Jr., Tech. Sgt.'s Jason Lauth and Craig Miller, 919th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron; Senior
  • Wing Day brings new events, activities to next UTA

    The 919th Special Operations Wing's newly-named "Wing Day" is scheduled for Nov. 7 boasting a host of new activities spanning the entire day."This event is a time for the leadership to say thank you to the Airmen and their families for the dedication and hard work they bring every day to the mission," said Senior Master Sgt. Kim Perez, Wing Day
  • Meet the new command chief

    Meet the new 919th Special Operations Wing command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Brian Bischoff.  The new chief answered a few questions recently to inform the wing on where he came from and his priorities.1. What do you see as your top goals and priorities in your new role as command chief?Building Airmen.  I believe in taking every opportunity to
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