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  • 352 SOW cultivates partnership and capability with Norway in the high-north

    Members from the 352d Special Operations Wing recently returned home after participating in a training exercise, Fluid Needle, near Rygge and Banak Air Station, Norway, from 24 - 28 August.
  • Hungarian and U.S. SOF Enhance Special Operations Air Task Group Capability

    SZOLNOK, Hungary - Hungarian Special Operations Forces, U.S. SOF from the 352d Special Operations Wing and 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne) conducted training in Szolnok, Hungary October 25-31 to improve interoperability and integration between the NATO SOF allies.
  • 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.
  • U.S. SOCOM commander visits 352nd SOW Air Commandos

    U.S Army Gen. Richard D. Clarke, United States Special Operations Command commander, visited Air Commandos of the 352nd Special Operations Wing at RAF Mildenhall, England, Sept. 12, 2019.
  • USAFE-AFAFRICA commander visits 352nd SOW Air Commandos

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Jeff Harrigian, United States Air Forces in Europe - Air Forces Africa commander visited U.S. Air Force personnel assigned to the 352nd Special Operations Wing, based at RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom, July 15, 2019. During the visit, Harrigian expressed his views on the strategic role RAF Mildenhall plays in Europe, and the importance of the relationship between our allies throughout the region. He introduced his three priorities as the new USAFE-AFAFRICA commander – readiness, posture and partnerships.
  • US SOF continue to enhance their ability alongside POL allies through culmination exercise

    Clouds make way for the first pass of combat controllers from the U.S. and Polish forces as they free fall out of an MC130J during a culmination exercise near Krakow on Dec. 5, 2018. The joint team is determined to put all their recent training into action as they steer their parachutes onto the calculated target. “We are in Poland to strengthen our already capable POLSOF allies by advising them on how we conduct special operations air land integration,” said the commander of the 321st Special Tactics Squadron, assigned to the 352 Special Operations Wing, based in the United Kingdom. “This will give our Polish allies the ability to survey, secure, and control an austere airfield anywhere in Poland.”
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