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  • Memorial ceremony honors fallen EOD technicians

    Naval School Explosive Ordnance Disposal hosted the 45th Annual Explosive Ordnance Disposal Memorial Ceremony at the EOD Memorial here May 3. The EOD community from all four services gathered to remember the historical legacy of 298 EOD heroes as well as to add an additional eight EOD technicians to the EOD Memorial (four Soldiers and four Marines)
  • SOW names its quarterly award winners

    The 919th Special Operations Wing awarded its first and second quarterly award winners at a short ceremony here May 4.Col. James Phillips and Chief Master Sgt. Tom Mason, the wing commander and command chief, were on hand to pass out coins and plaques to the winners.For the first quarter, the winners were: Senior Airman Chad Golleta, 919th
  • NG and Reserve can now rent Eglin housing

    Single service members, National Guard and Reservists can now rent base housing on base.As part of a new policy by Corvias Military Living, the military housing privatization contractor, homes located here can be rented by single active duty, National Guard and Reservists.  Married guardsmen and reservists can also rent the new homes.There are a
  • Duke welcomes new mission support group commander

    Lt. Col. Brian P. Stahl took command of the 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group at an assumption of command ceremony at Duke Field, Fla., March 1.The ceremony opened with the arrival of the official party, Col. James Phillips, the 919th Special Operations Wing commander, and Stahl.Senior Master Sgt. Angelia Fogle with the 919th Logistics
  • Duke Field, 85, 285 to close for test mission

    UPDATE:Duke Field and several roads will be closed March 12 due to Eglin's test mission.Duke Field will be closed and personnel will be evacuated prior to 8:30 a.m. March 12. The base, Hwy. 85, Hwy. 285 and surrounding roadways to include range roads will be closed from 8:30 -10 a.m. The 7th Special Forces Group facilities will remain open, but
  • AFSOAWC welcomes new commander

    Col. David Tabor took command of the Air Force Special Operations Air Warfare Center during an assumption of command ceremony at Duke Field, Fla., Feb. 27.Lt. Gen. Eric Fiel, Air Force Special Operations Command commander, remarked on AFSOAWC's mission and its expected growth in the future. AFSOAWC is headquartered and has units at Hurlburt Field,
  • Duke Field, 85, 285 to close for test mission

    Duke Field and several roads will be closed Feb. 14 due to Eglin's test mission. Duke Field will be closed and personnel will be evacuated prior to 8:30 a.m. Feb 14. The base, Hwy. 85, Hwy. 285 and surrounding roadways to include range roads will be closed from 8:30 -10 a.m. The 7th Special Forces Group facilities will remain open, but access from
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