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  • 1st Special Operations Force Support Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Force Support Squadron (SOFSS) provides administrative control for approximately 700 military and civilian personnel in the squadron, and provides commander's support, military personnel services and civilian personnel services for all units residing on Hurlburt Field. The squadron manages 77 base facilities, and
  • 1st Special Operations Contracting Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Contracting Squadron (1SOCONS) provides first class excellence in operational contract support to the 1st Special Operations Wing, Headquarters Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), Headquarters 24th Special Operations Wing, and other Hurlburt Field tenant units. 1SOCONS provides a full range of
  • 1st Special Operations Communications Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Communications Squadron supports the global warfighting and readiness missions of our Air Force special operations forces by providing a full spectrum of communications and computer systems supporting Hurlburt Field's special operations warriors, at home or deployed anywhere in the world.Dedicated to the motto,
  • 1st Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron (SOCES) fulfills a variety of missions supporting the entire wing. Much of the 1st SOCES's work is focused on the construction, maintenance, and protection of all base infrastructure, which includes buildings, roadways, airfield pavements, utility services (such as water, gas, sewage
  • 1st Special Operations Medical Support Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Medical Support Squadron (SOMDSS) accomplishes global special operations taskings as an Air Force component member of US Special Operations Command. The unit promotes and maintains health for 15.4K beneficiaries divided amongst 4 groups, 25 squadrons, and 39 partner units. Personnel provide disaster preparedness,
  • 1st Special Operations Medical Operations Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Medical Operations Squadron (SOMDOS) accomplishes global special operations taskings as an Air Force component member of US Special Operations Command. The unit promotes and maintains health for 15.4K beneficiaries divided amongst 4 groups, 25 squadrons, and 39 partner units. Personnel also provide behavioral
  • 1st Special Operations Medical Group

    MissionOptimize the human weapon system.VisionEnable resilient, medically ready Air Commandos to conduct special operations… Anytime, Anyplace. Priorities #1 Medically support global SOF mission #2 Deliver superior healthcare to our Air Commandos and families #3 Transform training to enhance operational superiority, battlefield medicine #4
  • 1st Special Operations Dental Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Dental Squadron (SODS) accomplishes global special operations taskings as an Air Force component member of US Special Operations Command. The unit promotes and maintains health for 15.4K beneficiaries divided amongst 4 groups, 25 squadrons, and 39 partner units. Personnel provide dental support to ensure the
  • 1st Special Operations Aerospace Medicine Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Aerospace Medicine Squadron (SOAMDS) accomplishes global special operations taskings as an Air Force component member of US Special Operations Command. The unit promotes and maintains health for 15.4K beneficiaries divided amongst 4 groups, 25 squadrons, and 39 partner units. Personnel ensure maximum wartime
  • 319th Special Operations Squadron

    MissionThe 319th Special Operations Squadron (SOS) is to provide a manned, fixed-wing, on-call/surge capability for improved tactical airborne intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) in support of Special Operations Forces (SOF). To accomplish the mission, it uses the U-28A, a modified Pilatus PC-12. The aircraft has a crew of four.
  • 34th Special Operations Squadron

    Lineage Constituted as 34 Transport Squadron on 2 Feb 1942. Activated on 14 Feb 1942. Redesignated as 34 Troop Carrier Squadron on 4 Jul 1942. Inactivated on 31 Jul 1945. Activated on 19 May 1947. Inactivated on 10 Sep 1948. Redesignated as 34 Troop Carrier Squadron, Medium, on 23 May 1952. Activated on 10 Jun 1952. Inactivated on 18 Jan 1955.
  • 23rd Special Operations Weather Squadron

    MissionThe mission of the 23rd Special Operations Weather Squadron is to inject timely, accurate and tailored weather analysis into planning and execution phases of deployed, exercising, and garrisoned Special Operations Forces worldwide. Detachment 1, 23rd WS at Fort Campbell, Kentucky provides support to the 160th Special Operations Aviation
  • 15th Special Operations Squadron

    Mission The 15th Special Operations Squadron (15th SOS), located at Hurlburt Field, Fla., is one of nine flying squadrons within the 1st Special Operations Wing. The squadron flies the MC-130H Combat Talon II. Specially modified to support unconventional warfare and special operations forces worldwide, the Combat Talon II is capable of penetrating
  • 11th Special Operations Intelligence Squadron

    MissionThe 11th Special Operations Intelligence Squadron provides tailored full-motion video processing, exploitation and dissemination for special operations forces engaged in both combat and non-combat operations worldwide.LineageConstituted as 5th Photographic Technical Squadron on 9 Oct 1943. Activated on 20 Oct 1943. Inactivated on 29 Apr
  • 1st Special Operations Support Squadron

    MissionThe 1st Special Operations Support Squadron (SOSS) provides worldwide direct support to unified and theater commands in response to Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) taskings. They orchestrate the current operations, operational planning, weapons & tactics, aircrew training, weather, mobility, airfield operations, intelligence, operational
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