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  • Paraguayan President visits Air Force SOF hub

    President Mario Abdo Benítez of the Republic of Paraguay visited here March 30-31 to meet with Lt. Gen. Tony D. Bauernfeind, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, Col. Allison Black, 1st Special Operations Wing commander, and other senior leaders within the Air Force special operations

  • Women’s History Month at Hurlburt wraps up with women-led panel

    Influential female U.S. Air Force leaders, as well as the 1st Special Operations Support Squadron commander, held a Women’s History Month panel here on March 31st to reflect on the specific challenges women in the Armed Forces have faced and the strides they have made for future generations.

  • CATM Conducts Firearm Training

    U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to the 24th Special Operations Wing participate in a Combat Arms and Maintenance training at Hurlburt Field, Fla., March 23, 2023. CATM ensures all Airmen are able to maintain their small arms qualifications in order to deploy or conduct a permanent change of station.

  • 1 SOMDG EFMP recommends Airmen enroll now, prevent a headache later

    The EFMP is here for Airmen, ensuring their needs are met at each base. EFMP can help Airmen enroll into the program early to avoid process delays during important career moves, such as overseas permanent change of stations. Medical providers recommend Airmen stay educated on the important

  • Air Force policy changes help female aircrew remain competitive, relevant

    U.S. Air Force Capt. Katie Parker, a combat systems officer assigned to the 15th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, Fla., shared her story of how recent Air Force policy changes allowed her to continue flying during her pregnancy. Aircrew are now able to voluntarily request to fly

  • Hurlburt Defenders: Practicing Preparedness

    Airmen assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron and members of the Okaloosa County Emergency Medical Services tactical medic team participate in an active shooter response exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., March 13, 2023. Defenders, Hurlburt Field EMS, local law enforcement,

  • Hurlburt Field Mobile Food Pantry kicks off its first event

    Through partnerships with the local community, the Hurlburt Field Mobile Food Pantry offers groceries to service members and their families. The mobile food pantry, held at the Hurlburt Field Chapel is scheduled to take place on the fourth Friday of every month, unless it is a holiday, then it will

  • Hurlburt ADAPT offers stress management tips

    In today’s demanding, fast-paced and responsibility-filled society, a person should consider attaining and sustaining a state of self-awareness to reduce the potential of becoming excessively stressed.Stress is the body’s response to a perceived threat to prepare the body for fight or flight. The