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  • 24 SOW Safety Manager Rescues Large Shark

    U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. (Ret.), Tazz Felde, 24th Special Operations Wing Occupational Safety Manager, received an unusual call from his wife Monday afternoon, Jul. 24, about a six to seven-foot nurse shark tangled up in an artificial reef near John Beasley Park in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

  • 27th Special Operations Wing to participate in Talisman Sabre 2023

    The 27th Special Operations Wing will be supporting the tenth and largest iteration of the biennial Australian-led exercise, Talisman Sabre 2023, running from mid-July to early August.Talisman Sabre is the largest bilateral military exercise between Australia and the United States, and provides an

  • Today's Air Commandos celebrate tomorrow's legends

    Today’s Air Commandos…tomorrow’s legends was the theme throughout the week when the Air Force Special Operations Command Outstanding Airmen of the Year were brought to Cannon AFB, N.M., for two days of professional development, recognition and celebration at the annual OAY banquet held at the Clovis

  • AFSOC hosts Security Force Assistance Air Advisor Summit

    Hurlburt Field, Fla. –Key members from across the Security Force Assistance and Air Advisor enterprise gathered here for a summit, 23-25 May.The purpose of the summit was to gather expertise to plan and propose a way forward for cross-functional, Air Force-wide Security Force Assistance capabilities

  • AFSOC conducts first-ever Command Chief Change of Responsibility

    During a first-ever Air Force Major Command Change of Responsibility ceremony, Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Green assumed Command Chief responsibilities for Air Force Special Operations Command at Hurlburt Field, Fla., May 19.Taking the colors from Chief Master Sgt. Cory Olson, Green became the 11th