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  • Airmen earn CCAF degrees

    The Community College of the Air Force granted Associate of Applied Science degree diplomas to 17 graduates from the 919th Special Operations Wing recently."This is an exceptionally impressive accomplish under normal circumstances but even more so to have excelled in such challenging academic endeavors in the midst of a pandemic," said Col. Jason
  • MyVector updates help connect Airmen, Guardians

    MyVector is one of the many tools Airmen and Guardians can use to enhance their career development, including tracking personal development and assignments, writing performance evaluations, and connecting with mentors as well as mentoring others.
  • Athletic trainer invaluable to special operations mission

    It was the perfect day to shoot hoops with the kids. Master Sgt. Jedidiah Payne, 2nd Special Operations Squadron operations superintendent, had his eye on the target, ready to show his kids his windmill slam dunk move when, in mid-jump, a snapping ping triggered a painful sensation through his muscles.Payne thought the popping sound indicated a
  • Wing welcomes new process manager

    For the past 50 years, the 919th Special Operations Wing has delivered around-the-clock support to the warfighter while also administering humanitarian and medical support to those in need.Providing this level of support starts at a basic level of following a step-by-step processes across every squadron in the Reserve's only special operations
  • Religious Accommodation Requests: What to Expect

    Air Education and Training Command officials continue their aggressive approach to ensure Airmen are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the service’s Nov. 2 deadline. For Airmen seeking a religious accommodation request, chaplains play a critical role in ensuring each request is fully considered in accordance with DAFI 52-201, Religious Freedom
  • Duke Field welcomes new chaplain

    The 919th SOW chaplain’s office recently welcomed a new member to lead it’s spiritual resiliency efforts for the 1,700 Citizen Air Commandos stationed here and at Hurlburt Field.
  • New MFLC provides guidance, helps Duke Field Airmen

    Citizen Air Commandos have many resiliency resources at their disposal. One service available to all Airmen and their families is Military Family Life Counseling Program. Bill Scruggs, licensed mental health counselor, arrived Duke Field in July 2021 and has hit the ground running as the Military Family Life Counselor. MFLC counselors are trained
  • ACC’s chief enlisted personnel manager visits Duke Field

    The 919th Special Operations Force Support Squadron recently hosted Air Combat Command’s chief enlisted manager of personnel and used the opportunity to discuss a wide range of issues focused on maintaining readiness of Citizen Airmen throughout the wing.Chief Master Sgt. Kelly Herndon shared her perspective on the current state of Air Force
  • Recruiting steady despite COVID-19 challenges

    Recruiters developed new ways to get enlistees into the U.S. Air Force despite pandemic challenges by using live video communication and online record processing. Recruiting figures stayed steady throughout the fiscal year with recruiters expecting to reach their end goal. Combat Aviation Advisors, civil engineers, and security forces members are all high in demand.
  • Initiative takes Duke Field Airmen to new heights

    The Chief’s Group brings back incentive flights for high-performing Airmen beginning in August 2021.
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