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A member of the 26th Special Tactics Squadron completes pull-ups with a 25-pound vest during a physical fitness standards study, May 5, 2015, at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. The results of this study will help the Air Force Fitness Unit develop and validate recommendations for occupationally-specific, operationally-relevant, and gender-neutral physical tests and standards. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Eboni Reece) 26th STS members participate in fitness standards study
Nearly two dozen members of the 26th Special Tactics Squadron participated in a physical fitness study that analyzes mission requirements for Battlefield Airmen.The physical fitness tests are part of an in-depth study to scientifically measure Battlefield Airmen’s operational mission requirements. This study aims to better correlate operational
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Default Air Force Logo AFSOC’s financial managers gain Air Force- and USSOCOM-level recognition
Members of Air Force Special Operations Command brought home a number of Air Force- and U.S. Special Operations Command-level financial management awards, including the 1st Special Operations Wing’s comptroller squadron, winner of the Air Force’s Major General Alfred K. Flowers Comptroller Organization of the Year and AFSOC financial management,
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Default Air Force Logo Six honored with AFSOC Judge Advocate awards
Six legal professionals won Air Force Special Operations Command Judge Advocate General awards, command officials announced March 30, 2015. Each of these Air Commandos will represent AFSOC at Air Force-level judging.The winners are:- Outstanding Young Judge Advocate of the Year Award: Capt. Christopher M. Bailey, 352nd Special Operations Wing, RAF
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