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  • A hand in the door and a foot on the ground

    An Okaloosa County patrol car arrived just as the sun was setting over Hurlburt Field. Six vehicles sat motionless as smoke billowed from damaged cars, debris was scattered across the roadway, and a bloodied man was pinned to the ground.As the chaos ensued, one Airman stayed grounded.“I’m telling you, I've never felt that feeling,” said Senior
  • 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
  • Reserve implements changes to fitness assessments

    Air Force Reserve has resumed Fitness Assessments for the month of August to comply with changes to the Fitness Screening Questionnaire that are effective immediately. Changes were made to the FSQ to improve the safety, health, and welfare of all Citizen Airmen. Changes to the questionnaire allowed members the opportunity to validate sickle cell
  • 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.
  • Referring to Excellence: Family connections

    Senior Airman Tamekia Hunt learned about the Get1Now program while participating in the 919th Special Operations Wing Developmental and Training Flight prior to going to Air Force Basic Military Training.When she returned from BMT, she knew there were others in her life who would benefit from serving in the Air Force Reserve.“Shalyric Thames is my
  • 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
  • Security forces in training

    Master Sgt. Kay Williams, 919th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron, treats blisters on her feet moments after she and fellow team members completed a seven-mile ruck march May 5, 2018 near Duke Field, Fla. The event was part of overall Critical Individual Task training for the SOSFS Airmen, a program that precedes more advanced special
  • Ruck ready

    Tech. Sgt. Gabriel Ortiz, a 919th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron cadre member, instructs a fellow squadron member on the most efficient techniques for packing a ruck sack prior to the unit’s early morning ruck march at Duke Field, Fla., recently. The five-mile march fulfilled one segment of the squadron’ multi-phased Critical
  • Running colors

    Participants run through vibrant clouds of powder during the 919th Special Operations Wing's first-ever Color Run May 5, 2018 at Duke Field, Fla. The event was held as a kickoff to the summer season and an opportunity to promote fun, fitness and camaraderie during the Citizen Air Commandos' May unit training assembly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt.
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