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  • Hurlburt focuses on families through nursing rooms

    Units across Hurlburt Field welcomed the application of the U.S. Air Force Guidance Memorandum implemented August 14, 2020, establishing the requirement of lactation rooms for nursing mothers. This new memorandum requires units to provide a safe, quiet space for new mothers to take lactation breaks and a space to store milk. The memorandum instructions detail the responsibilities and procedural steps to enable commanders to align the needs of nursing mothers with mission requirements. Approximately 14 units on Hurlburt have already designated spaces for family rooms to support Air Commandos and their families with plans to establish more soon.
  • Hurlburt Cyber Warfare Airman Featured in DoD Recruiting Magazine

    FUTURES Magazine, an annual Department of Defense publication highlighting the lives of military service members, shadowed an Airman from the 505th Command and Control Wing headquartered on Hurlburt Field, Florida, on and off-duty over two days.
  • 605 TES Testing Effort Crucial to Ensure ABMS, Real-time to Any Shooter and Any Sensor

    The Advanced Battle Management System Onramp #2, one of the most extensive joint experiments in recent history with the participation of all the services, including the U.S. Coast Guard, 35 military platforms, 70 industry teams, 65 government teams, spanning 30 geographic locations and four national test ranges concluded its second field test Aug. 31 – Sept. 3, 2020.
  • 505th Command and Control Wing Welcomes New Vice Commander

    For the members of the 505th Command and Control Wing (CCW) and its 14 geographically separated units, a new face is visible as part of the wing's command team. U.S. Air Force Colonel Karl Weinbrecht, 505th Command and Control Wing vice commander, took the position to develop the Air Operations Center's combat capability and lead the U.S. Air Force's (USAF) Distributed Mission Operations and live, virtual, and constructive capabilities.
  • 505th Communications Squadron holds modified change of command ceremony

    On Friday, June 12th, due to COVID-19 precautions, the 505th Communications Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Florida, released a prerecorded change of command ceremony. The outgoing commander, Major Gilberto Perez, relinquished command to Lieutenant Colonel Veronica Williams. The ceremony was presided over by Colonel Shayne Yorton, commander of the 505th Combat Training Group, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.
  • Post takes command of Distributed Mission Operations Center (DMOC)

    Lt. Col. Lindsay Post assumed command of the 705th Combat Training Squadron (705 CTS), also known as the Distributed Mission Operations Center (DMOC), from Lt. Col. Angela Messing during a change of command ceremony at Kirtland Air Force Base (AFB), New Mexico, June 2nd, 2020. Colonel Shayne Yorton, commander of the 505th Combat Training Group, Nellis AFB, Nevada, presided over the ceremony remotely. 
  • 605th Test & Evaluation Squadron welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Carly Sims assumed command of the 605th Test and Evaluation Squadron (605 TES) from Lt. Col. Barbara Ziska during a virtual change of command ceremony at Hurlburt Field, Fla., May 8th, 2020.  Colonel Francisco Gallei, commander of the 505th Test & Training Group, Hurlburt Field, Florida, presided over the live streamed ceremony.
  • 505th Command and Control Wing Virtual Town Hall

    The 505th Command and Control Wing (CCW) held a Virtual Town Hall on 28 April 2020 on Facebook LIVE. The following is a transcript of the opening remarks by 505 CCW Commander Colonel Richard Dickens along with the questions that were answered during the live event. If you have questions during our new abnormal, please post it as a comment below, or use Facebook messenger to send it to us privately. We will record additional videos to address your questions.
  • Delivering combat power through C2 training, Hurlburt training continues with COVID-19 mitigation procedures

    For 50 new Air Operations Center Initial Qualification Training (AOCIQT) students, training began with a 14-day restriction of movement (ROM), as the 505th Training Squadron (505 TRS) institutes new mitigation procedures to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 while provide mission essential training.
  • Joint All-Domain Command and Control Experimentation, Empowering Airmen to Innovate

    Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) experiments by the Air Force's Shadow Operations Center – Nellis (ShOC-N), Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Joint Staff are leading the continued successful development effort to integrate command and control (C2) through all domains which will give U.S. Forces a significant advantage over our adversaries.
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