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  • Commander's suggestion box responses

    Last month, the 919th Special Operations Wing installed Commander's Comments/Suggestion boxes at various locations around the base. The September unit training assembly was the first time they were checked. The vast majority of the comments came from the box at the fitness center, but there are a number of other boxes available throughout the base
  • 3 at Duke earn Air Commando Association awards

    Three Air Commando Association's Commander's Leadership Awards were recently awarded to Capt. John Andree and Tech. Sgt. William Register, 6th Special Operations Squadron, and 1st Lt. Michael Zecca, 711th Special Operations Squadron."Their outstanding accomplishments make them truly deserving of this prestigious recognition," said Sherri Hayes, Air
  • Reservist/VA employee explains veterans' benefit options

    Military members are eligible for Veterans Administration benefits up to five years after their last deployments.That is just one of the many benefits and privileges many Airmen do not know is available to them, according to Maj. William Hill, the 919th Special Operations Wing's traditional reservist psychologist and VA employee. Hill said he
  • Duke reservists promoted through PEP

    Seven 919th Special Operations Wing Airmen will be promoted Oct.1 as part of the Promotion Enhancement Program. The promotees are Master Sgt. William Piggot and Tech. Sgt. Pamela Gabbard, 919th Special Operations Maintenance Squadron; Tech Sgt. Glenda Robinson, 919th SOW; Staff Sgt. Guy Coggins, 919th Special Operations Support Squadron; Staff Sgt.
  • Duke Field member to compete at 2014 Warrior Games

    A member of the 919th Special Operations Wing is one of the first U.S. Special Operations Command female to compete this year in the 5th annual Warrior Games competition. Kimberley Hernandez, a quality assurance civilian with the 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron, said she is very excited and honored to be on the team this year.
  • Airman Leadership School shapes newest AF leaders

    Airmen nervously step into the Airman Leadership School auditorium as they take the first steps toward an Air Force milestone. For a few, it will be the first of many in their careers. These Airmen will be given the necessary tools to be successful leaders and supervisors in the Air Force as they prepare to ascend from junior enlisted to NCO's. The