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  • Duke Field Airman among newest DAGREs

    A lone security forces Airman ran through plumes of purple smoke while fighting off opposing forces before taking cover behind a building with their own ammunition flying through the streets of the mock village.The sound of gunfire consumed the "city" comprised largely of shipping containers while

  • 137th CTF teaches land nav skills during MST training

    The 137th Combat Training Flight taught 33 students land navigation, radio communication and radio programming skills during Mission Sustainment Team training held at Will Rogers Air National Guard Base, Oklahoma City, Feb. 7-10, 2022.

  • Three AFSOC wings participate in combat control training at WRANGB

    A Special Tactics combat controller with the 125th Special Tactics Squadron (STS), Oregon Air National Guard, is seen through night vision goggles measuring the distance to a target during a training exercise in Oklahoma City, Jan. 12, 2022. The 125th STS trained with the help of members with the

  • 16th SOS conducts Spirit 03 memorial flight

    The 16th Special Operations Squadron conducted a memorial flyover to honor the crew of Spirit 03, the last AC-130 gunship shot down in combat. The flyover was followed by a remembrance brief that highlighted advances made in the gunship community since the loss of Spirit 03.

  • AFSOC hosts BPACS

    Air Force Special Operations Command hosts Building Partner Aviation Capacity Seminar 22A at Hurlburt Field, Florida.

  • AFSOC launches improved command screening process

    U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command has overhauled how it prepares its Airmen for squadron leadership by implementing processes to better assess, develop and assign the command’s unit level leadership teams. These changes support AFSOC’s existing force development initiatives and are aligned