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  • Safety Office protects Citizen Air Commandos

    The 919th SOW Safety Office prevents injuries, mishaps and protects Citizen Air Commandos.
  • Preservation of the Force and Family devotes it’s time to resiliency

    The Preservation of the Force and Family on Duke Field held psychological resiliency training for 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group Airmen.
  • 919th SOW Airmen presented five AFRC Medical Service Awards

    The 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron commander recognized five Citizen Air Commandos during the April unit training assembly for winning five Air Force Reserve Command 2020 Medical Service Awards. “Anybody who has had the opportunity to work with these individuals knows how truly exceptional they are,” said Lt Col Jenny Wylie, 919th
  • Duke Field maintainers implement innovative training program

    Accomplishing missions any time, any place, is standard for Duke Field’s Citizen Air Commandos. Airmen with the 919th Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron are implementing new training to ensure that standard is met with an innovative program that delivers expert maintenance in smaller crews, at smaller cost to the Air Force.
  • 919 SOW announces new Key Spouse Mentor

    The 919th Special Operations Wing recently appointed a new Key Spouse Mentor to help reinvigorate and grow the existing Key Spouse Program to enhance resiliency support efforts for Citizen Air Commandos and their families.
  • 919 SOW grieves loss of fellow Airman

    Citizen Air Commandos at Duke Field said goodbye to a fellow Airman last week. Staff Sgt. Timothy Marion passed away at his home on April 1, 2021 after a long bout with cancer.
  • Female aviators key element to the CAA mission

    Female aviators play an important role in the 711th Special Operations Squadron’s Combat Aviation Advisor mission at home and around the globe. Combat Aviation Advisors advise, assist and instruct service members from our partner nations on how to best perform this specialized mission.
  • 919 SOW’s first female Airman reflects on career

    Ann Avant was unsure what to do after graduating high school and one day took a trip with her dad to visit the newly established 919th Tactical Airlift Group at Duke Field. Before the trip was over, Avant had enlisted in the United States Air Force. Little did she know that she had just made history by becoming the first non-prior service enlisted female in 919th Special Operations Wing.
  • Air Force makes moves towards inclusion

    Two 919th Special Operations Wing Airmen comment on U.S. Air Force efforts towards inclusion and diversity.
  • SOLRS Airmen support the aerial delivery mission

    The 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron has a team of aerial transportation specialists who provide for the aerial delivery mission. They assist our aerial training missions, total force partners, and partner nations by packing, rigging, transporting, and collecting cargo for flights. In a deployed environment this would mean transporting goods to austere locations and over enemy territory.
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