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  • Chief runs AF marathon for enlisted village

    Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Green, Air Force Special Operations Air Warfare Center, receives a letter of appreciation from Ret. Chief Master Sgt. Scott Delveau, Director of Development for the Air Force Enlisted Village, during an AFSOAWC awards ceremony Oct. 29 at Duke Field, Fla. Green raised $500 to benefit the AFEV by running the Air Force
  • Duke Field's special operations aircraft

    A C-146 Wolfhound passes a C-145 Skytruck while flying over the Duke Field runway Oct. 21. The Air Force Special Operations Wing aircraft are used specifically in the training and operation of the 919th Special Operations Wing’s mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)
  • 919th kids deploy for Operation Hero

    “Future Airmen” await their ride to the deployment line during the Duke Field Operation Hero event Nov. 7. The event was a mock deployment exercise for 919th Special Operations Wing children. The exercise started with the kids receiving orders before deploying to the 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron building. The “little
  • "Shake & bake" at the front gate

    Chief Master Sgt. Brian Bischoff, 919th Special Operations Wing command chief, dresses as “Cal Naughton Jr.” from “Talladega Nights” to greet wing members at the gate at the beginning of the unit task assembly Nov. 6 at Duke Field. The wing’s vice commander joined the chief dressed as “Ricky Bobby.” (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Neely)
  • Wing Day draws large crowds

    An Airman receives a pie in the face from his “wingman” during the the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)
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