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  • 919th innovating with 3D-printing

    The 919th Special Operations Maintenance Squadron is already finding ways to innovate in their day to day operations with 3D-printing technology. The unit will soon have even more innovative possibilities. Air Force Reserve Command recently selected the squadron to receive innovation funds for a new and improved 3D-printer.
  • 919th SOW maintainers: Socially distant, operationally ready

    As Citizen Air Commandos continue to telework and incorporate social distancing into their daily routines, there are some essential workers who have to leave home in the early morning hours and head to work every day. This small group of 919th Special Operations Wing members are ones whose job must be performed at Duke Field to ensure the wing
  • Maintenance looking Posch these days

    Lt. Col. Dan Posch (right) assumes command of the 919th Special Operations Maintenance Group from Col. Kevin Merrill, 919 Special Operations Wing commander, at Duke Field, Florida, on September 8, 2019. The maintenance group is responsible for providing a full range of aircraft maintenance activities to support Duke Field's global mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. James R. Wilson)
  • Now leading SOMXG

    Col. Kristopher “Scot” Terry thanks senior leadership from the 919th Special Operations Wing and shares his vision with maintenance professionals from the unit July 15, 2018 at Duke Field, Fla. Terry assumed command of the 919th Special Operations Maintenance Group from Col. Frank L. Bradfield III, 919th Special Operations Wing commander, at Duke
  • Wheels up

    A C-145A Skytruck lifts off from the runway at Duke Field, Fla. The 919th and 492nd Special Operations Wings are the only Air Force wings that fly and maintain the Skytruck. They are primarily used for new aircrew qualifications and flight proficiency missions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)
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