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  • 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
  • Air Force Reserve supports one of the largest airlift operations in history

    Reserve Citizen Airmen are playing a huge role in what is being described by senior U.S. government officials as one of the largest airlift operations in history, as Airmen are supporting the evacuation of thousands of people from Afghanistan.
  • 919th SOW celebrates 50th anniversary, recalls early years

    Retired Brig. Gen. Donald E. Haugen writes about the early years of the 919th Special Operations Wing, transcribed from 1996 edition of the Midnight Express, the unit's discontinued newspaper.
  • UDM brings invaluable experience to position

    Richard Bullock is a UDM for the 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group who brings valuable deployment experience to his job and commitment to making sure other Airmen are always ready to go.
  • Initiative takes Duke Field Airmen to new heights

    The Chief’s Group brings back incentive flights for high-performing Airmen beginning in August 2021.
  • AFRC launches Digital Age Resiliency tool on AF Connect

    Reserve Citizen Airmen are now able to access Developing Resilient Leader, or DRL, content on demand on any device from one easy-to-access location on the Air Force Connect app. The DRL Digital Age Learning Content Wall of the Air Force Reserve Command’s AF Connect page was designed to be an easy-to-access and user-friendly hub for DRL-related information, documents and links. The content will provide resiliency material for AFRC’s 74,000 Airmen, with new content added on a scheduled basis for commanders to use and present as needed.
  • 5th SOS tests new aircrew mask for C-130 enterprise

    The 5th Special Operations Squadron demonstrated the unique capabilities of the unit while testing a new protective mask for the 53rd Wing.  The squadron tested the Joint Service Aircrew Mask for Strategic Aircraft, which is slated to replace the current Aircrew Eye and Respiratory Protection System equipment. The equipment protects aircrew against
  • Future Airmen PT with Military Training Instructors

    A 919th Special Operations Wing Development and Training Flight member, performs an abdominal exercise during a physical training session at Duke Field, Florida, Feb. 7, 2021. The D&TF prepares new members of the Air Force Reserve for the Basic Military Training physical training regimen. The D&TF also gives trainees the opportunity to learn,
  • Mothers Day an opportunity to recognize moms who serve

    A first sergeant describes her experience with motherhood in the military and the pride of her son joining the U.S. Air Force.
  • Safety Office protects Citizen Air Commandos

    The 919th SOW Safety Office prevents injuries, mishaps and protects Citizen Air Commandos.
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