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  • Reassignment of 6th Special Operations Squadron transitions a storied legacy

    The 492d Special Operations Group commander, Colonel Chris Lang, officiated a ceremony reassigning the 6th Special Operations Squadron at Duke Field, Florida, on Oct. 6, 2022. The ceremony furling the squadron’s flag honored a long history paving the way for a new mission at Cannon Air Force Base,

  • Virtual Reality Helps Air Commandos Modernize Training

    The 492nd Special Operations Training Group recently hosted Air Education and Training Command’s Integrated Technology Platform team.The ITP personnel visited Hurlburt Field to learn more about the unique training requirements and capabilities within the 492nd SOW and Air Force Special Operations

  • 492d SOW POTFF team leads way with neurofeedback capabilities

    Have you ever wondered how the brain ticks, or even more precisely, how your own neurons are firing? The 492d Special Operations Wing Preservation of the Force and Family, or POTFF, is now helping service members discover how to improve their cognitive abilities through a process called

  • 551st Flies One Last Time

    Members of the 551st Special Operations Squadron took an AC-130W aircraft for one last flight here, April 29, 2021.The flight commemorated the drawdown of the 551 SOS. The squadron will be officially made inactive June 15, 2021, but the flight marked the end of mission qualification training at the

  • Duke Field POTFF team expands support capabilities

    The Duke Field Preservation of the Force and Family team expanded support capabilities in November by adding five new members.  A dietitian, spiritual community programs peer network coordinator, metal health technician, social worker, and athletic trainer are newly available to members a Duke