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  • 823rd RHS provides expeditionary infrastructure

    Anybody new to Hurlburt Field is likely to notice a different atmosphere around base: the different uniforms, Air Commandos with different colored berets, and even civil engineer Airmen with red baseball caps.Wait, red baseball caps?Hurlburt Field is home to the uniquely-capped Airmen of the 823rd RED HORSE Squadron, one of four active-duty RED
  • 1st SOW hosts 2017 Air Force Ball

    The 1st Special Operations Wing hosted the Air Force Ball at the Emerald Coast Convention Center in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., Sept. 9, 2017. The Air Force Ball is an annual Air Force Wide Tradition to celebrate the heritage and history of the Air Force. This year’s ball celebrates a history of 70 years of innovation and breaking barriers.
  • Update: Hurlburt Field operations for September 11

    Hurlburt Field will be open, Monday, Sept. 11, however someservices may be limited or closed, here.  The following services will be open: Shoppette (normalhours), Burger King, Emergency Family Assistance Center, Reef dining facility(normal hours), the Rip Tide dining facility (on call for box lunch only) and YouthCenter and Child Development Center
  • Hurlburt Field operations for September 11

    Hurlburt Field will be open,Monday, Sept. 11, however some services may be limited or closed, here.  The following services willbe open: the Base Exchange (normal hours), the Shoppette (normal hours), the EmergencyFamily Assistance Center, the Reef dining facility (normal hours), the Rip Tidedining facility (on call for box lunch only) and Youth
  • Hurlburt Field evacuates aircraft avoiding Hurricane Irma

    Out of an abundance of caution and due to the potential arrival of 25 to 40 knot winds from Hurricane Irma, Hurlburt Field leadership called for the evacuation of aircraft only at 0800, Sept. 9, here.
  • Young Hurlburt hero named honorary firefighter

    Not all heroes wear uniforms; they don’t even make uniforms small enough to fit 9-year-old Jabari Skinner. When an electrical socket caught fire in his family’s home, Jabari immediately knew what to do. He ran and grabbed a fire extinguisher for his mother before anyone else could act, helping prevent the fire from growing and causing serious damage.
  • Claims for or against estate

    If anyone has any claims for or against the estate of Lt. Col. Deborah K. McCall please contact Lt. Col. Sina M. Turnier at sina.turnier@us.af.mil, or (850) 881-3414.
  • Claims for or against estate

    If anyone has any claims for or against the estate of 2nd Lt. Nicholas W.M. Taylor, please contact Capt. Natalie Lane at natalie.lane@us.af.mil or (850) 884-2956.
  • 23rd SOWS absorbs former 1st SOSS weather flight

    The base weather flight transferred from the 1st Special Operations Support Squadron to the 23rd Special Operations Weather Squadron in a merger designed to increase Special Operations Forces’ capabilities on the home front and downrange.
  • Team Hurlburt FAC administers fitness tests

    The Fitness Assessment Center administered a U.S. Air Force Fitness Test here, Aug. 24. During the fitness test, FAC managers and augmentees monitor and assist Airmen to ensure the assessment is being done properly. The three different components of the fitness test, cardiorespiratory endurance, body composition and muscle fitness, have a combined
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