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  • Air Force Chief of Staff visits Kentucky Air National Guard

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein met with Airmen responsible for the 123rd Airlift Wing’s recent responses to both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma during a scheduled stop here.Goldfein toured the 123rd Special Tactics Squadron, the 123rd Contingency Response Group, and met with Airmen from other specialties around the base, as
  • Direct Support Operator recognized for exceptional service with aircrew

    A Direct Support Operator from the 25th Intelligence Squadron, U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Nathan, along with his fellow aircrew members were recently selected as the recipients of the Air Force Association's 2017 Lt. Gen. William H. Tunner Award.
  • Cannon AFB assists Hurricane Irma disaster relief

    In response to the devastation throughout the eastern Caribbean caused by hurricane Irma, Cannon Air Force Base deployed Airmen and aircraft in support of relief operations. The base deployed three MC-130J Commando II aircraft and roughly 100 personnel consisting of aircrew, maintenance, medical, security forces Deployed Aircraft Ground Response
  • Partnerships strengthened during medical exchange

    Delivering medical academics in the classroom and hands-on training in the field, the 353rd Special Operations Group medical team proactively engaged with their Australian military counterparts throughout Talisman Saber 2017, a biennial military exercise from June 23 to July 25, 2017, throughout various locations in Australia.  “Our partners
  • New Artificial Intelligence technology assists Air Commandos with decision-making

    The Project Maven team presented data-tagging technology to 11th Special Operations Intelligence Squadron intelligence analysts here Aug. 24.
  • Hurlburt Field evacuates aircraft avoiding Hurricane Irma

    Out of an abundance of caution and due to the potential arrival of 25 to 40 knot winds from Hurricane Irma, Hurlburt Field leadership called for the evacuation of aircraft only at 0800, Sept. 9, here.
  • Young Hurlburt hero named honorary firefighter

    Not all heroes wear uniforms; they don’t even make uniforms small enough to fit 9-year-old Jabari Skinner. When an electrical socket caught fire in his family’s home, Jabari immediately knew what to do. He ran and grabbed a fire extinguisher for his mother before anyone else could act, helping prevent the fire from growing and causing serious damage.
  • Military K-9 unit: capabilities forged by respect

    The military working dog is always one rank higher than its handler.
  • Total Force Air Commando continues breaking barriers

    Military life is typically unplanned and unpredictable. Some may view that as a negative, but having an open mind and saying yes to opportunities can take you on an unbelievable adventure. Meet Capt. Kaci Dixon. She is currently an intelligence IMA reservist assigned to Air Force Special Operations Command. Dixon has experienced all aspects of the
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