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Senior Airman Darnell Ward, 919th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron, calibrates the automatic control valve on the fuel line at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.,July 8, 2017. The fuel line controls the pressure and rate at which fuel is transferred from the storage tanks to vehicles which service aircraft arriving and departing the base. The tests ensure there is no damage to aircraft or refueling vehicles due to tanks being over pressurized. (Air Force photo/Lt. Col. James R. Wilson) 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. Maj. Austin Lovejoy, 919th SOCES commander,
0 7/17
2017
Default Air Force Logo Raven Claw: The end is just the beginning for CAA students
Prospective combat aviation advisors must pass through the crucible of Raven Claw to join one of four Air Force Special Operations Command units tasked to assess, train, advise and assist foreign aviation forces in special operations missions.
0 6/09
2017
(Left) Col. Benjamin Maitre, 524th Special Operations Wing commander, (middle) Lt. Col. Derick Steed, 524th Special Operations Squadron commander, and Master Sgt. Chad Beach, 524 SOS first sergeant, ceremoniously cover the guidon during the 524 SOS end of mission ceremony at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., May 31, 2017. The 524th is relocating to Duke Field, Florida, where the command will change hands from the 27th SOW to the 492nd SOW. The squadron has ties back to WWII, before it received its numerical designation of 524. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Washburn/Released) 524th SOS relocates from Cannon to Duke Field
The flag of the 524th Special Operations Squadron is relocating from Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, to Duke Field, Florida. The unit's move uproots a long legacy with Cannon's host unit, and it joins an organization with a deep, special operations history.
0 5/31
2017
Combat aviation advisor students with the 6th Special Operations Squadron load onto a C-145A Skytruck during Operation Raven Claw at Hurlburt Field, Fla., April 24, 2017. Raven Claw is the capstone event for the Air Force Special Operations Training Center’s combat aviation advisor mission qualification course. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Joseph Pick) Combat aviation advisors conduct Operation Raven Claw
Combat aviation advisor students with the 6th Special Operations Squadron participate in Operation Raven Claw at Duke Field, Fla., April 24. Operation Raven Claw is the capstone event for the Air Force Special Operations Training Center’s Combat Aviation Advisor Mission Qualification Course. Combat aviation advisors are specifically trained and
0 5/02
2017
Brig. Gen. Mark Stogsdill, former 919th Special Operations Wing commander, is shown in a photo published in his unit's magazine in 2004. Stogsdill helped pioneer what is known today as the Total Force Integration association between active duty Air Force Special Operations Command and Air Force Reserve Command units at Duke Field. (Courtesy photo) Former 919 SOW commander dies
The 919th Special Operations Wing mourns the passing of one of its former commanders -- Brig. Gen. Mark Stogsdill. Stogsdill passed away July 19, 2016 at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans.
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2016
A C-146 Wolfhound passes a C-145 Skytruck while flying over the Duke Field runway Oct. 21.  The Air Force Special Operations Wing aircraft are used specifically in the training and operation of the 919th Special Operations Wing’s mission.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King) C-146 Wolfhound, C-145 Skytruck fly at Duke Field
A C-146 Wolfhound and C-145 Skytruck fly a sortie at Duke Field, Fla., Oct. 21, 2015. These special operations aircraft are used specifically in the training and operation of the 919th Special Operations Wing’s mission.
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2015
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