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  • Home at the hospital

    While most people go home after a long, grueling day at work, Kevin Kulow walks straight to his camper, a short distance from the emergency room where he faces a wide range of unexpected illnesses.
  • Fighting the invisible enemy

    Medical professionals are dealing with a surge in patients needed treatment, the general public is dawning face masks and some states are on lockdown. In the wake of changes implemented to stop the spread of COVID-19, a small yet highly capable Reserve Medical Unit in the Florida panhandle is making significant contributions in the fight against the pandemic.
  • Reservist selected for COVID task force

    When Lt. Col. Joseph Catalino, commander of the 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron, isn’t serving with the Air Force Reserve, he works as a civilian at the Pentagon for the office of the Secretary of Defense. Earlier this year, he was selected to be the Department of Defense Representative to the White House COVID-19 Task Force.
  • 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
  • Chaplains enhance resiliency efforts

    At the 919th Special Operations Wing, the chaplains and their staff go above and beyond to support resiliency efforts for the wing's "Quiet Professionals."To offer a larger and more comprehensive variety of chaplain's services, 919th SOW chaplains are often available on Duke Field at least one day a week.Normally constrained by the schedule of the
  • AFSOC commander talks special operations priorities with Citizen Air Commandos

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, joined the 919th Special Operations Wing for an Airmen’s Call April 5, 2019, at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville. Webb’s briefing highlighted his top priorities for Air Force special operations forces -- readiness, relevance, and resiliency. He praised the 919th
  • Dogging it

    Tech. Sgt. Rina Gatzman, 919th Special Operations Force Support Squadron, spends time with American Red Cross Therapy Dogs Telly and Rio January 7, 2019. The program allows service dogs to visit members of the unit as part of it's ongoing outreach efforts aimed at supporting the morale and resiliency of Airmen based at Duke Field, Florida. (U.S.
  • 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.
  • SOLRS commander earns Gen. Lew Allen Jr. Trophy

    Maj. Chris Mazzey, 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron commander, named recipient of AFRC Gen. Lew Allen Jr. Trophy for 2018
  • Mission Support Group welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Katherina Donovan assumes command of the 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group.
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