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  • 2nd CWSS cuts ribbon to new facility

    The 2nd Combat Weather Systems Squadron, an Air Combat Command tenant unit here, held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the opening of a new testing and training facility Dec. 19.The new, 2,100 square foot facility will give the 2nd CWSS another tool to help further the Air Force-wide goal of strengthening the joint team.“Instead of just a
  • Raven Claw: The end is just the beginning for CAA students

    Three times a year, the 371st Special Operations Combat Training Squadron hosts a five-day culmination exercise in which combat aviation advisor students are put in “Palmetto Land,” a simulated partner nation, to teach and conduct missions at various locations on Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., Eglin Range, Fla., Duke Field, Fla., and Hurlburt
  • Into the brush with Operation Raven Claw

    Combat aviation advisor students with the 6th Special Operations Squadron participate in Operation Raven Claw at Duke Field, Fla., April 27. Operation Raven Claw is the capstone event for the Air Force Special Operations Training Center’s Combat Aviation Advisor Mission Qualification Course. Combat aviation advisors are specifically trained and
  • Students indulge in Palmetto Land culture during Raven Claw

    Combat aviation advisor students with the 6th Special Operations Squadron participated in Operation Raven Claw at Duke Field, Fla., April 26. Operation Raven Claw is the capstone event for the Air Force Special Operations Training Center’s Combat Aviation Advisor Mission Qualification Course. “Palmetto Land” is a simulated indigenous country where
  • Combat aviation advisors conduct Operation Raven Claw

    Combat aviation advisor students with the 6th Special Operations Squadron participate in Operation Raven Claw at Duke Field, Fla., April 24. Operation Raven Claw is the capstone event for the Air Force Special Operations Training Center’s Combat Aviation Advisor Mission Qualification Course. Combat aviation advisors are specifically trained and
  • RED HORSE Airmen ensure unit has drinking water

    Senior Airmen Markita Andrews, left, and Jason Berry, water and fuels systems maintenance journeymen with the 823rd RED HORSE Squadron, install a drinking fountain at the REDHORSE compound on Hurlburt Field, Fla., Oct. 3, 2106. The newly installed fountain will be equipped with a bottle filling station that provides a clean fill with minimal
  • Structural specialists renovate softball field press box

    Airmen from the 556th RED HORSE and the 1st Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron conduct renovations on the softball field press box at Hurlburt Field Fla., Sept. 15, 2016. Renovations to the press box include new exterior and interior walls and replacing plumbing components and restroom partitions. The 1st SOCES used earnings from the
  • AFSOC Marathon Team: Lt. Col. Fields

    The following article is the second part of a four-part series about four Hurlburt Field Air Commandos who have earned a spot on the Air Force Special Operations Command Marathon team participating in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon Sept. 17.
  • Doolittle Raiders honored at NAS Pensacola

    Retired Lt. Col. Dick Cole was the honored guest at a ceremony commemorating the Doolittle Raid at Naval Air Station Pensacola May 8.Cole was Jimmy Doolittle's co-pilot in the lead B-25 bomber that took off from the USS Hornet to bomb Tokyo on April 18, 1942. The Doolittle Raid was America's first strike back at Japan after Pearl Harbor, and was a
  • Hurlburt Field awaits the activation of the 28th Intelligence Squadron

    U.S. Air Force Reserve Lt. Col. Joe Marcinek will assume command of the 28th Intelligence Squadron during an activation and assumption of command ceremony at the Hurlburt Field Soundside Club on Sep 24, 2014.  The 28th Intelligence Squadron mission is to organize, train and deliver specialized intelligence directly to United States Special
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