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  • Estate claims for 919th SOW Airman

    Capt. Jason Brown, 859th Special Operations Squadron pilot, has been appointed the summary court officer for the estate of Lt. Col. Hunter Letchman pilot, 859th SOS, All claims for or against the estate of the deceased must be submitted to the summary court officer.  For more information, contact Brown at 850-883-4038
  • Department of Defense updates travel restrictions

    Secretary of Defense Mark Esper approved an extension to the stop movement order April 20, 2020 that will remain effective through June 30 to aid in the further prevention of the spread of COVID-19. While the Defense Department acknowledges that this order will have a substantial impact on service members and their families who are looking to
  • MyPers access, anywhere

    The Air Force Personnel Center has expanded the capabilities of myPers to be accessed anywhere, anytime, and from any device.Mobile accessActive duty, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, and civilian personnel, in addition to retirees and family members can now access myPers on a mobile-friendly platform. By properly setting up access with a
  • Helping agencies go virtual during COVID-19

    During this time of social distancing it is important to remember that while we are physically separated, social support is still available. The 919th Special Operations Wing Resiliency Support Team has been working hard to ensure they remain accessible to Airmen and families throughout the recent pandemic.   Helping agencies are available via
  • Bases to accept expired CAC, ID cards

    Worried about your CAC or ID card expiring soon? Per direction of Headquarters Air Force, effective immediately, installations may accept an expired DoD Common Access Card or Uniformed Services ID Card (such as those issued to dependents or retirees) as long as the printed expiration date is January 1, 2020 or later. With restrictions on travel and
  • Eglin, Duke Field move to HPCON Charlie

    Brig. Gen. Scott Cain, the 96th Test Wing commander, directed Health Protection Condition Charlie effective today to combat the spread of COVID-19 across the Department of the Air Force and the local communities. Cain also declared a public health emergency. Like similar declarations throughout the state, this declaration gives the installation
  • Flying, maintenance operations continue for 919th SOW

    The 919th Special Operations Wing is continuing flying and maintenance operations along with its active duty counterparts in the 492nd SOW to ensure its members maintain their mission readiness. Officials from the unit are forging ahead with operations while ensuring Citizen Airmen receive the latest information on the Coronavirus. The C-145A Combat Coyote pictured above is flown by the 919th SOW at Duke Field, Fla. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)
  • Total Force cyber warriors

    Airman First Class Brandon Ralph, 492nd Operations Support Squadron communications specialist, and Staff Sgt. Ryan Rath, 919th Special Operations Communications Squadron specialist, test deployable communications equipment at Duke Field, Fla., Feb. 9, 2020.
  • A wing and a prayer

    The air in the desert is dry, hot, and full of sand. Most Airmen do not speak the language of the locals and are working hard to learn their culture. The work is fast and the days are long the intense Qatar sun. The thirst for relief isn’t just literal, it’s spiritual and the chaplains are on a mission provide deployed Airmen something cold to
  • Operations security key to mission success

    A Citizen Air Commando wrestles to equip his night vision gear as he sets off into the desert of a foreign land. Another Citizen Air Commando monitors a screen in a dark room as she determines which life to take in the theater of conflict. Reservists from Duke Field are all over the world performing unique missions, including some whose stories can