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  • 352nd SOW's POTFF program hosts National Three Peaks challenge for Airmen

    In the history of military culture, the idea of seeking out support in the form of counseling, education, meditation or therapy was unthinkable. It would also be unimaginable to pursue mountain pinnacles on foot, once considered the realm of gods. They were enchanting, but physically elusive. Now mountaineering is a favorite pastime that only requires a sturdy pair of boots and few odds and ends for contingencies. With changing times and implementation of the Preservation of the Force and Family program, the special operations community can now embrace and explore the hills and valleys of life. Mountains of the mind can be the new frontier of alluring adventures and discovery.
  • AFSOC commander, command chief visit 352nd SOW Airmen

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. James Slife, Air Force Special Operations Command commander, and AFSOC Command Chief Master Sgt. Cory Olson visited the 352nd Special Operations Wing at RAF Mildenhall, England, Nov. 4 and 5, 2019.
  • Naturalized Airman – From Struggles to Stripes

    The story of the American immigrant is one that many may hear about from grandparents and great grandparents, but this is a story of today, of determination and resilience. Buzhak traveled from her birth place not to leave a war-ridden country or to escape poverty, but simply to see a different, better life and a new experience.
  • U.S., Hungarian SOF train together in another NATO bi-lateral engagement

    Hungarian and U.S. Special Operations Forces began a training engagement 25 October, 2019 at the invitation of Hungarian SOF and through coordination by U.S. and Hungarian governments. U.S. Air Force CV-22Bs recently trained out of Szolnok, Hungary in June 2019 during Trojan Footprint, an annual U.S. Special Operations Command Europe-led exercise, and the Hungarian-led Black Swan exercise as well.
  • 352nd SOW Airman steps in to save a life

    Stress can show itself in many forms and can sometimes make things seem like they’re spinning out of control. Sometimes it’s easy to get yourself out of a rut, while at other times people may feel like they’re alone. Although it can be hard to reach out to others, there are instances when we may need someone by our side.
  • 100 ARW supports 352d SOW mission partner

    The 100th Air Refueling Wing supported the 352d Special Operations Wing with a refueling mission off the coast of England, Oct. 10, 2019.
  • 48 FW, 352 SOW sharpen skills through SERE training exercise

    An Airman assigned to the 352nd Special Operations Wing adjusts his helmet during an Escape and Evade, and Rescue and Recover training exercise at Stanta Training Range near Thetford, England, Oct. 2, 2019. Airmen from the 352nd SOW participated alongside the 48th Fighter Wing and 100th Air Refueling Wing in the exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by
  • New Third Air Force Command Chief visits RAF Mildenhall

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Randy Kwiatkowski, Third Air Force command chief, visited RAF Mildenhall England, Sept. 13, 2019. The new command chief met and spoke with Airmen about concepts related to mindfulness, time management, responsibilities to the mission and resiliency amongst other topics.
  • U.S., Estonian Special Operation Forces enhance readiness through air operations

    TALLINN, Estonia, Air Commandos with the U.S. Air Force's 352nd Special Operations Wing, based out of RAF Mildenhall, U.K. returned to Tallin, Estonia Sep. 3-9, 2019, to conduct a multitude of air operations with other U.S. and Estonian Special Operations Forces, out of an Air Force Special Operation Command CV-22 Osprey.
  • RAF Lakenheath enhances combat capabilities through FARP

    Airmen from the 48th Fighter Wing participated in a Forward Arming and Refueling Point exercise alongside the 352nd Special Operations Wing and 100th Air Refueling Wing at Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England, Sept. 12.
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