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  • Draco crew excels despite adversity in Afghanistan withdrawal

    Garbage and signs of carnage lined the runway of Kabul International Airport days after the Afghani government’s collapse. American forces and their allies were dispersed across the airfield attempting to maintain security as the remaining troops make their way back home. Intermittent gunfire

  • Chief Webb bids farewell to the 919th

    The 919th Special Operations Wing’s command chief bid farewell to the unit in a retirement ceremony June 4, 2022 culminating the end of 32 years of service.

  • 919th SOW celebrates 50th Anniversary

    The Air Force Reserve’s only special operations wing celebrated its 50th anniversary with events intended to honor the sacrifice of service members and their families April 1-3.The 919th Special Operations Wing hosted a social for current and past members, a Wing Family Day, an annual awards banquet

  • More than 50 years later, 919th SOW still leading from the front

    In the minutes just after midnight, a large formation of aircraft entered the southwest side of North Vietnam just a few hundred feet above the tree tops in the valley between the mountains. It was November 21, 1970.The controls of the C-130 were sluggish, and large inputs were needed any time the

  • Duke Field Airman among newest DAGREs

    A lone security forces Airman ran through plumes of purple smoke while fighting off opposing forces before taking cover behind a building with their own ammunition flying through the streets of the mock village.The sound of gunfire consumed the "city" comprised largely of shipping containers while

  • 919th SOG welcomes new commander

    The 919th Special Operations Group welcomed a new commander during an assumption of command ceremony at Duke Field Feb. 5, 2022.

  • Duke Field welcomes new chaplain

    The 919th SOW chaplain’s office recently welcomed a new member to lead it’s spiritual resiliency efforts for the 1,700 Citizen Air Commandos stationed here and at Hurlburt Field.