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  • Athletic trainer invaluable to special operations mission

    It was the perfect day to shoot hoops with the kids. Master Sgt. Jedidiah Payne, 2nd Special Operations Squadron operations superintendent, had his eye on the target, ready to show his kids his windmill slam dunk move when, in mid-jump, a snapping ping triggered a painful sensation through his muscles.Payne thought the popping sound indicated a
  • Wing welcomes new process manager

    For the past 50 years, the 919th Special Operations Wing has delivered around-the-clock support to the warfighter while also administering humanitarian and medical support to those in need.Providing this level of support starts at a basic level of following a step-by-step processes across every squadron in the Reserve's only special operations
  • Religious Accommodation Requests: What to Expect

    Air Education and Training Command officials continue their aggressive approach to ensure Airmen are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the service’s Nov. 2 deadline. For Airmen seeking a religious accommodation request, chaplains play a critical role in ensuring each request is fully considered in accordance with DAFI 52-201, Religious Freedom
  • Wing announces October promotions

    The following 919th Special Operations Wing enlisted Citizen Air Commandos were promoted in the month of October.Senior Master SergeantMesser, William Master SergeantHarris, JordanRead, NathanSistrunk Giles, DeloisStraiton, MollyTechnical SergeantCarnahan, KeithHobert, JohnRicker, CaseyStephenson, ChristopherStaff SergeantCarr, TrevorCole,
  • Duke Field medics tackle myths surrounding COVID-19 vaccination

    In an effort to protect the health and wellbeing of the force, the Department of Defense has directed all Air Force Reserve members be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 2, 2021.
  • Myths and facts about the vax — debunking common COVID-19 vaccine myths

    The COVID-19 vaccine has been mandated across the Department of Defense and despite its demonstrated effectiveness and safety, a host of myths have left some Airmen and Guardians hesitant to receive it. While social media posts and some news outlets may make it harder to keep up with what is fact or fiction, the science is clear … approved COVID-19 vaccines work.
  • AFRC commander discusses Reserve successes and future vision at Air, Space & Cyber Conference

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve and commander of Air Force Reserve Command, spoke about how the Air Force Reserve is critical to providing capability and capacity for the nation during a panel discussion at the annual Air, Space & Cyber Conference today in National Harbor, Maryland.
  • Duke Field welcomes new chaplain

    The 919th SOW chaplain’s office recently welcomed a new member to lead it’s spiritual resiliency efforts for the 1,700 Citizen Air Commandos stationed here and at Hurlburt Field.
  • IRON team hosts resiliency summit

    The Integrated Resilience Optimization Network hosted its second annual Building Resilient Leaders Summit and used the venue as an opportunity to provide attendees with tools and resources to better support their Airmen.“It’s a chance to give our rising stars some leadership development courses,” said Jacqueline Gonzales, Airman Family and
  • 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
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