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  • 1 SOCES boosts mission preparedness

    U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to the 1st Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron participated in a ruck that tested Airmen's abilities to complete a variety of tasks at Hurlburt Field, Fla.

  • CHPS Physical Activity Challenge: Spring Into Shape

    During the months of May and June, Air Force Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) is encouraging the workforce to improve their overall health by increasing physical activity with the launch of the “Spring Into Shape” program.

  • Highway, turned runway: U.S. Air Force crews land on Wyoming highways

    On April 30 and May 2, an MC-130J Commando II from the 15th SOS touched down on U.S. Highways 287 and 789 in southern Wyoming, as part of Exercise Agile Chariot. Joining the MC-130J on the highway landing zones were a pair of A-10 Thunderbolt II “Warthogs”, an MQ-9 Reaper and two MH-6M Little Bird

  • AFSOC hosts semi-annual SAF/FM executive session

    Carlos Rodgers, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Financial Management and Comptroller, recently met with senior leaders here to discuss the strategic issues and priorities impacting the financial management career field.

  • 1SOW motorcyle safety tips

    Airmen who enjoy motorcycles are blessed with warm weather and beautiful Gulf Coast scenery here as spring arrives in full swing, but should continue to engage in smart and safe riding practices whenever they hit the road.

  • Gold Star Spouses Day

    Today, we honor Spouses who have sacrificed everything for their Nation. They have lovingly supported and served their military members by holding down the fort, keeping the home fires burning and always praying and hoping for the safe return of their loved ones. Unfortunately, their service members