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  • Duke Field Airmen give to dollar tree

    A tradition that began several years ago when a colleague retired and placed one dollar on the office tree now boosts morale for Airmen of the 919th Special Operations Communications Squadron.

  • MQ-9s demonstrate new capabilities in Emerald Flag

    Air Force Special Operations Command’s Remotely Piloted Aircraft enterprise participated in an Emerald Flag exercise here Oct. 17-20 2022, using the large force event to demonstrate the Agile Combat Employment of MQ-9 Reaper aircraft anywhere in the world.Emerald Flag is a multi-domain exercise

  • Reservists, RPA mission transforming for future fight

    The palm trees wave gently in the light breeze, and the sound of lapping waves is the only sound that breaks the silence on the small island. A bee flies by in the distance. Its buzzing wings sound far away, like a low hum that is barely audible, but suddenly the sound grows louder.Immediately, the

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