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  • Cannon’s catalyst program to help Airmen develop best version of ‘self’

    Mental and physical. Mind and muscle. Airmen need to be fit, throughout their will and body. The success of the 27th Special Operations Wing’s mission depends on our Special Operations Forces Airmen solidifying their unwavering 24/7 commitment to the Air Force. The Preservation of the Force and Family program is intended to ensure these Airmen have access to the tools needed to remain resilient with peak performance in all four pillars: human (physical), psychological, spiritual, and social.
  • IDMT performs life-saving procedures while deployed

    Tech. Sgt. Richard Reid, an independent duty medical technician, performs life-saving procedures while deployed.
  • AFSOC Air Commando rescues woman

    On the night of May 19, 2017, Louisiana resident, Belinda Devore, suffered injuries from a two-story fall in a parking garage in Mississippi. Senior Airman Gregory Ward Jr., Air Force Special Operations Command A6 mission operations controller, said he reacted as soon as he witnessed the fall.
  • Air Force Special Operations medics delivered care and rebuilt infrastructure after Caribbean hurricanes

    In the wake of the devastation left by Hurricane Irma this September, disaster relief efforts mobilized across the Caribbean as soon as the storm returned to sea. Small teams of Air Force Special Operations medics from the 27th Special Operations Wing were among the first disaster relief teams on the ground, executing a mission for which they are uniquely suited.
  • Officials announce 12 OAY Award winners for 2017

    Air Force officials have named the service's top enlisted members, announcing the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year for 2017.
  • Special Operations Surgical Team doctor to receive Jackson Foundation award

    Four hundred fourteen trauma evaluations, 141 gunshot wounds, 270 blast injuries, 102 damage-control resuscitations, 51 chest tubes, 21 intubations and 15 urgent surgical operations…for some this may be a list of numbers and medical jargon. For others, it meant life instead of death.
  • EMT Rodeo 2016

    U.S. Air Force Emergency Medical Technicians gathered to compete in the 9th annual Air Force Medical Service EMT Rodeo at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., Aug. 24-27, 2016.The two and a half day competition involved 24 EMT teams from across the Air Force, both CONUS and OCONUS installations challenging one another for the title of the “Best of the