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  • Maintenance looking Posch these days

    Lt. Col. Dan Posch (right) assumes command of the 919th Special Operations Maintenance Group from Col. Kevin Merrill, 919 Special Operations Wing commander, at Duke Field, Florida, on September 8, 2019. The maintenance group is responsible for providing a full range of aircraft maintenance activities to support Duke Field's global mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. James R. Wilson)
  • Air Force announces influenza season

    It’s that time of the year again! Peak flu season is upon us and Air Force personnel are required to get their annual flu shot before Dec. 31.Individual Reservists must receive their flu vaccination, from either their servicing Military Treatment Facilities or a civilian provider. Vaccinations from Military Treatment Facilities:Members must be in
  • Merrill takes command of 919th SOW

    The 919th Special Operations Wing began a new chapter in its storied past with a change of command ceremony here Aug. 2, 2019 in front of distinguished visitors, community partners and several hundred Citizen Air Commandos. Col. Frank L. Bradfield III, who took over the unit in August 2017, relinquished command to Col. Kevin Merrill marking the end
  • Star treatment

    Maj. Gen. Brian Borgen (right) listens to Maj. Clint Amy, 711th Special Operations Squadron, discuss the mission and training requirements of Combat Aviation Advisors at Duke Field, Fla. July 16, 2019. Borgen, current serving as the 10th Air Force commander, and other senior Air Force Reserve officials from throughout the command visited the base in Northwest Florida to thank Citizen Airmen for their support of the wing's unique mission and learn more about challenges the unit is facing. Citizen Air Commandos discussed a variety of topics with the visiting leaders to include readiness requirements and initiatives involving technology and private industry which could enhance the special operations capability within the Air Force Reserve. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heather A. Stacy).
  • AFSOC commander talks special operations priorities with Citizen Air Commandos

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, joined the 919th Special Operations Wing for an Airmen’s Call April 5, 2019, at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville. Webb’s briefing highlighted his top priorities for Air Force special operations forces -- readiness, relevance, and resiliency. He praised the 919th
  • Wing welcomes new command chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Peter Webb is hitting the ground running as the new command chief for the 919th Special Operations Wing.Webb participated in his first Unit Training Assembly April 5-6, 2019 in his new position as the senior enlisted member of the Air Force Reserve’s only special operations wing.“Chief Webb is uniquely qualified for the task and
  • Bring it!

    Members of the 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron marshal airdrop training bundles into a C-145A Combat Coyote in preparation for an airdrop and recovery mission near Duke Field, Florida. The 919th SOLRS provides integrated logistical support to the 919th Special Operations Wing, the Army's 7th Special Forces group and Air Force Special Operations Command. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sgt. Jasmin Taylor).
  • Duke team supports Tyndall Airmen

    Airman and Family Readiness professionals from Duke Field have played a vital role in the relief effort supporting Tyndall Air Force Base since Hurricane Michael made landfall and caused widespread damage across the Florida panhandle last month.Kelly Ewert, director of Airman and Family Readiness for the 919th Special Operations Wing, and Tech.
  • A Cut Above

    Ms. Kelly Ewert, Director of Airman and Family Readiness, receives the Diamond Sharp award from the 919th Special Operations Wing First Sergeants on August 5, 2018. The Diamond Sharp Award recognizes members of the unit who have actively demonstrated their commitment to Air Force core values or have gone above and beyond in helping others. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col James R. Wilson)
  • 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
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