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  • Air Force makes moves towards inclusion

    Two 919th Special Operations Wing Airmen comment on U.S. Air Force efforts towards inclusion and diversity.
  • SOLRS Airmen support the aerial delivery mission

    The 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron has a team of aerial transportation specialists who provide for the aerial delivery mission. They assist our aerial training missions, total force partners, and partner nations by packing, rigging, transporting, and collecting cargo for flights. In a deployed environment this would mean transporting goods to austere locations and over enemy territory.
  • AFSOC commander visits 919th SOW

    The 919th Special Operations Wing hosted U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Jim Slife, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Cory Olson, command chief of AFSOC at Duke Field, Fla., Feb. 6, 2021.
  • 919 SOMDS begins COVID-19 vaccinations

    The 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron began vaccinating Citizen Air Commandos against COVID-19 on February 1, 2021, after receiving their first shipment of vaccines.
  • 919 SOW announces February promotions

    The following 919th Special Operations Wing enlisted Citizen Air Commandos were promoted in the month of February.
  • 919 SOW Firefighters on the flightline

    Some 919th Special Operations Wing firefighters also work in their local communities. Their dual hats help both the 919 SOW and the communities they live in.
  • New commanders usher in the new year

    The 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron and 859th Special Operations Squadron both gained new commanders during the January unit training assembly.
  • Duke Field POTFF team expands support capabilities

    The Duke Field Preservation of the Force and Family team expanded support capabilities in November by adding five new members.  A dietitian, spiritual community programs peer network coordinator, metal health technician, social worker, and athletic trainer are newly available to members a Duke Field.
  • Defender finds new calling in resiliency support

    A former 919th Special Operations Wing security forces defender is back at Duke Field and now helps Citizen Air Commandos with spiritual resiliency. Tech. Sgt. James Patterson recently cross trained to religious affairs and provides crisis interventions, schedules religious services and provides support with chapel resources for 919 SOW Airmen.
  • Duke Field fuel cell hangar fire suppression test marks final steps towards renovation completion

    The 919th Special Operations Wing and 492 SOW will soon have a newly renovated fuel cell hangar ready for use. Civil engineers and contractors performed a fire suppression test last week marking one of the final steps for project completion.
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