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  • Air Force family supports wingman during recovery

    When someone is in crisis, many times families and friends are the ones that help them bounce back. For Lt. Col. Gregg Russell, an optometrist for the 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron, his Air Force family was part of that support system after he fell into a coma last year.
  • 919th innovating with 3D-printing

    The 919th Special Operations Maintenance Squadron is already finding ways to innovate in their day to day operations with 3D-printing technology. The unit will soon have even more innovative possibilities. Air Force Reserve Command recently selected the squadron to receive innovation funds for a new and improved 3D-printer.
  • First AC-130J all-Reserve crew

    On June 5, 2020, a 5th Special Operations Squadron crew flew an all-Reserve AC-130 mission for the first time in 25 years on an AC-130J Ghostrider. The last fully Reserve manned AC-130 mission was flown in 1995 on an AC-130A Spectre. “The Air Force Special Operations Command family has seen so much growth and advancement over the past 25 years,”
  • 919th SOW announces Key Spouse of the Year

    Some military spouses feel a special calling to help other military families settle into new homes and new lifestyles, so they join the Key Spouse Program. One of those extraordinary people who goes above and beyond at the 919th Special Operations Wing is Tammy Summers, the 919th SOW Key Spouse of the Year. “Mrs. Tammy Summers is a model
  • 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).
  • SOLRS commander earns Gen. Lew Allen Jr. Trophy

    Maj. Chris Mazzey, 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron commander, named recipient of AFRC Gen. Lew Allen Jr. Trophy for 2018
  • Mission Support Group welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Katherina Donovan assumes command of the 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group.
  • Citizen Air Commandos welcome new leader

    The 919th Special Operations Wing’ Citizen Air Commandos welcomed their new commander, Col. Col. Frank "Les" Bradfield III, during an assumption of command ceremony at Duke Field, Fla., Aug. 6.Bradfield accepted the wing’s guidon from Maj. Gen. Bruce Miller, 10th Air Force commander, symbolizing the beginning of his command of the 919th SOW.“It’s
  • 10th AF commander visits Citizen Air Commandos

    The Citizen Air Commandos at the 919th Special Operations Wing hosted the 10th Air Force commander, during a visit to the Florida panhandle Jan. 18-20.Maj. Gen. Richard Scobee observed first-hand the work being done in the 919th SOW and discuss the wing’s rapidly evolving mission in support of Air Force Special Operations.“I was expecting to be
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