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KADENA AIR BASE, Japan -- The 1st Special Operations Squadron conducted its annual memorial flight to the Philippines, honoring the lost crew and passengers of STRAY 59, Feb. 26, 2022. Its 40th iteration with one important first: Every member on board this year’s flight was selected by rank and
Seven 1st Special Operations Squadron MC-130J Commando II aircraft conducted “Flight of the Flock” off the coast of Okinawa, Japan Jan. 6, 2022. “Flight of the Flock” is a rare training opportunity designed to challenge the pilots and aircrew on conducting operations as efficiently as possible.
Every day Airmen wake up and put on their uniform to perform a job essential to executing the mission. While getting the mission done is critical, understanding the strategic environment in which Airmen serve is equally important. U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Matthew Begeman, 353rd Special Operations
An MC-130J Commando II and a CV-22 Osprey both assigned to the 353rd Special Operations Wing fly alongside a Japanese Air Self Defense Force UH-60J assigned to Naha Air Rescue on Nov 9, 2021 during a search and rescue exercise. The purpose of this training is to enhance the Japan-U.S. bilateral
The process began with maintainers from the 353rd Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron requiring an HF Antenna Clamp Block Assembly.However, the part materials are costly, and it could cost the Air Force upwards of thousands of dollars and several years to obtain the part through
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After dedicating roughly seven years to defending Hurlburt Field, Military Working Dog Ronny will get to enjoy a more leisurely lifestyle.
For nearly a year, the 1st Special Operations Wing, has developed its MST as a proof of concept to ensure multi-capable Airmen within AFSOC are able to meet the needs of combatant commanders against any potential adversary in the future. Its role will be to act as the connective tissue that bridges
The Department of Defense is increasing its supply of the approved monkeypox vaccine, JYNNEOS, which allows for more Airmen and Guardians at higher risk for transmission to access preventive measures to keep themselves safe.
413th Flight Test Squadron's UH-1 completed hoist training by lifting 492nd Special Operations Wing Airmen out of water to complete their water survival portion of their survival, evasion, resistance and evasion training.
One year into being, the Special Warfare Branch at Air Force Recruiting Service is yielding results by trying new approaches to win talent for an elite set of careers.
The World Health Organization declared monkeypox a public health emergency on July 23. With more than 4,000 cases in the United States, Airmen and Guardians should know the risks and how to stay safe.
Resiliency of our Air Commandos has always been on the forefront for AFSOC. The command is constantly on the lookout for new programs and initiatives to elevate the ways we can build up our Airmen.
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