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  • Airmen conduct CBRN familiarization training

    Airmen from the 193rd Special Operations Wing don their mission-oriented protective posture gear, during Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear training at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, April 15, 2023. The CBRN training was designed to help prepare and familiarize the Airmen with

  • Aerial Port Airmen move equipment with forklift

    193rd Special Operations Wing Airmen place items on a storage rack with a forklift April 12, 2023 in Middletown, Pennsylvania. Airmen from the 193rd Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron Aerial Port help ensure proper accountability and storage of critical Commando II training equipment.

  • Ammo Airman Named 193rd Outstanding Airman of the Year 2021

    Staff Sgt. Alan McCutcheon, Jr., the Munitions Material Section Chief of the 193rd Maintenance Group earned the 2021 Outstanding Airman of the Year award in the Non-Commissioned Officer category for the 193rd Special Operations Wing. McCutcheon has served in the Air Force since 2012.

  • Weather Forecaster Earns Outstanding Senior NCO of the Year 2021

    Senior Master Sgt. Kristin Graby, the Senior Enlisted Leader for the 203rd Weather Flight earned the 2021 Outstanding Airman of the Year award in the Senior NCO category for both the 193rd Special Operations Wing and the Pennsylvania Air National Guard. Graby has served in various positions within

  • Target Analyst Earns Airman of the Year 2021

    I am a Targeting Analyst at the 193rd Air Intelligence Squadron located at State College Air Guard Station, PA. I am originally from Bremerton, WA. I first enlisted into the military in July of 2012 at the MEPS in Atlanta. 

  • Instructor Pilot earns Outstanding Airman of the Year 2021

    Captain Andrew Verriotto, an Instructor Pilot on the EC-130J for the 193rd Special Operations Group earned the 2021 Outstanding Airman of the Year award in the Company Grade Officer category for the 193rd Special Operations Wing. Verriotto has served in the Air Force since 2011.

  • Through Skull Valley, faith and fitness triumph

    The abundant dirt and sweat and that covered March’s body and the dogged determination in his face were clear indications of how far he had come against 387 elite athletes competing in the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships held in Stratton Mountain, Vermont, Sept. 25.

  • Airman Insight: Tech. Sgt. John Heinsey

    Tech. Sgt. John Heinsey, the intelligence superintendent with the 193rd Special Operations Support Squadron, has served 10 years in the Air Force. The Reamstown native recently sat down for a conversation about his experience in the military, his love for the outdoors and shinrin-yoku, the Japanese

  • Airman Insight: Staff Sgt Rachel Loftis

    Staff Sgt. Rachel Loftis, a public affairs specialist with the 193rd Special Operations Wing, started her military career on active duty in 2013, and joined the 193rd in 2017 through the Palace Chase program. She shares some insight on her unique fitness regimen of aerial acrobatics.