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Three of the four Air Force Special Operations Airmen honored in this year's
Portrait in Courage pose in front of Arlington National Cemetery. Three
Special Tactics Airmen and a CV-22 Osprey special missions operator were
recognized for their acts of bravery above and beyond the call of duty. 
Air Commandos Recognized for Bravery
Four Air Force Special Operations Airmen, including three Special Tactics Airmen and a CV-22 Osprey special missions aviator, were recognized today in a Portraits in Courage ceremony in Washington, D.C.The four Airmen were among 24 Airmen honored by the 17th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James A. Cody in the ninth year of the recognition
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AFSOC Priorities 3- Transform training to optimize human performance AFSOC Priority #3: Transform Training to Optimize Human Performance
Editor's note: This is the third in a series of articles focusing on each of the four AFSOC priorities.Air Commandos,We have some great initiatives in this command.I see them everywhere: in our squadrons, on the flight line, at home and downrange. There is dedication, innovation and true professionalism at every level in AFSOC. It is precisely
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The Hurlburt Field honor guard leads a procession during a welcome home ceremony in Destin, Fla., Oct. 25, 2014. Building Homes for Heroes presented a brand-new mortgage-free home to retired Air Force Master Sgt. Joe Deslauriers and his family during the ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Christopher Callaway) Deslauriers family gifted their 'forever home'
The inscription said it all, “Thank you… for building our forever home.”For Master Sgt. Joe and Lisa Deslauriers, the memento they presented was only a small token of their gratitude as they were given a hero’s welcome and were gifted their ‘forever home’ Oct. 25 by Andy Pujol, president of Building Homes for Heroes.Building Homes for Heroes is a
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