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  • Wing announces November promotions

    The following 919th Special Operations Wing enlisted Citizen Air Commandos were promoted in the month of November:Technical SergeantDavis, Jordan C.Loken, Sarah J.Staff SergeantWoodward, Nicholas M.Yordanov, Kristiyan K.Senior AirmanAllen, Brett F.Casey, Gannon P.Clark, Thomas A.Cooley, Austin

  • Wing announces October promotions

    The following 919th Special Operations Wing enlisted Citizen Air Commandos were promoted in the month of October:Master SergeantCollins, Jonathan E.Distano, James D.Dutchman, Stephanie L.Grymes, Carla A.Technical SergeantAustin, Gabrielle L.Mason, Jerry L.Schlipp, Phillip L.Staff SergeantBartush,

  • 492d SOW POTFF team leads way with neurofeedback capabilities

    Have you ever wondered how the brain ticks, or even more precisely, how your own neurons are firing? The 492d Special Operations Wing Preservation of the Force and Family, or POTFF, is now helping service members discover how to improve their cognitive abilities through a process called

  • AFSOC Hosts Emerald Warrior 21

    Air Force Special Operations Command is hosting this year’s Emerald Warrior exercise at multiple locations from February 16 to March 5. This joint exercise provides realistic and relevant training to prepare special operations forces, conventional forces, and international partners for crises and

  • Avionics applied

    Reserve and active duty avionics maintainers use a pitot static test set on a C-145 Skytruck to check the accuracy of flight indicators at Duke Field Fla. The Airmen represent the Reserve 919th Special Operations Wing and active duty 492nd SOW maintenance communities. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech.

  • Soaking up retirement

    Master Sgt. Glenn Miller, 859th Special Operations Squadron, reacts as he is hosed down by fellow Airmen after completing his retirement fini flight at Duke Field, Fla., Nov. 21, 2017. The traditional planeside event celebrated Miller’s 31 years of service to the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force

  • 919th Civil Engineers: More than meets the eye

    Civil engineers encompass a wide range of jobs that are critical to maintaining military installations and ensuring the mission is completed, both at home and abroad. Members of the 919th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron are a group of hard-working individuals who are anything but typical.

  • Duke Field commander bids farewell after 22 years

    Col. James M. Phillips relinquished command of the 919th Special Operations Wing July 8. Before he departed, he answered a few questions about his time here and shared some parting words for the base population and local community. What are your thoughts as you wrap up a tour of duty at Duke Field

  • Webb shares AFSOC priorities with Citizen Air Commandos

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, visited the 919th Special Operations Wing here Feb. 4, 2017Webb explained what it takes to accomplish AFSOC’s priorities. His examples tied back to how significant the 919th SOW is to the command being ready today, relevant

  • Combat Aviation Advisor takes on Capitol Hill

    A Duke Field Combat Aviation Advisor will soon exchange his multicam uniforms for a suit and tie and the opportunity to work with policy makers on Capitol Hill. When he does so, Maj. Matthew Gorsuch’s challenges will shift from liaising with foreign contacts in geographic combatant commands, to

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