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  • MC-130H Combat Talon II return from deployment

    Two MC-130H Combat Talon II aircraft and their crews returned to Hurlburt Field, Oct. 6, 2021. Families patiently awaited the arrival of their loved ones as the aircraft flew in and landed. The aircraft most recently supported Operation ALLIES REFUGE and the final evacuation of Afghanistan.
  • AFSOC hosts Virtual Resiliency Summit

    Air Force Special Operations Command Integrated Resilience Optimization Network (IRON) team recently hosted a Virtual Resiliency Summit September 28, 2021. The summit was held as a platform to address a range of emotions relating to personal and unfolding current world events.
  • AFSOC deputy commander visits FSU, FAMU cadets for Diversity and Inclusion event

    Florida State University and Florida A&M University hosted U.S Air Force Maj. Gen. Eric Hill, deputy commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, and service members from Hurlburt Field, Florida, Sept. 23, 2021, to speak to ROTC cadets about leadership, career opportunities, diversity and inclusion within the force. The day kicked off with a speech from Hill about the current security environment and future of the force.
  • Hurlburt Field 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

    A Hurlburt Field 9/11 Memorial Ceremony was held to pay tribute to the almost 3,000 victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
  • AFSOC announces selectees for 2nd Civilian Development Program

    Air Force Special Operations Command completed its 2nd Civilian Development Program board July 16, 2021 here. This program is designed to deliberately develop our civilian workforce to enable AFSOC to successfully meet contemporary security challenges as defined in the 2021 Interim National Security Strategy and the 2018 National Defense Strategy.
  • 23rd SOWS: Hurricane prepared with a global impact

    The National Hurricane Center and the 23rd Special Operation Weather Squadron are currently monitoring Hurricane “X” located southwest of the area of responsibility. This system will slowly begin to curve north and northeast before it makes landfall over Alabama Wednesday morning. The expansive wind field will contribute to a prolonged period of tropical storm force winds extending across the western Florida panhandle. Impacts to Hurlburt Field are as follows… For weather Airmen, this is a common message crafted to alert and inform the 1st Special Operations Wing Commander and mission partners of potential threats to base resources and the population. “We are part of the planning process for missions but also deal with resource protection,” said U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Mandy Wright, 23rd SOWS craftsman. “We tailor our reports to each aircraft and the potential threats that are inherent to various weather conditions.”
  • 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 neurofeedback.Through ‘brain mapping,’ the 492 SOW POTFF
  • Quiet Professionals bring the noise to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021

    Airmen assigned to Air Force Special Operations Command 1st, 24th, 27th, 492nd, 137th, and 193rd Special Operations Wings treated airshow attendees with a full-fledged combat search and rescue simulation July 29, 2021.
  • TASR: Shaping the evolution of AFSOC

    Air Force Special Operations Command hosted senior leaders from the office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics and Air Force Materiel Command for the AFSOC Technology, Acquisition, and Sustainment Review, July 20-21.“TASR is our opportunity to show the acquisitions community how our SOF
  • UDM brings invaluable experience to position

    Richard Bullock is a UDM for the 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group who brings valuable deployment experience to his job and commitment to making sure other Airmen are always ready to go.
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