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  • 605 TES major receives CSAF recognition during COVID-19 deployment

    Major Melissa Riester, 605th Test and Evaluation Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Florida, was recently recognized as an outstanding performer by Air Force Chief of Staff General David Goldfein, while deployed to Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, as part of Task Force Southeast (TF-SE), which is the whole-of-government approach to the Department of Defense’s (DoD) response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Meals on Wheels continues meals to seniors during COVID-19 pandemic, 505 CCW Airmen deliver

    Okaloosa County's Meals on Wheels is an organization that depends on volunteers to prepare, package, and deliver food every day to individuals belonging to the program.  The 505th Command and Control Wing's (CCW) Airmen have proudly been involved with the program and delivering meals for over 15 years.
  • Multi-domain warfare officers, delivering critical capabilities

    The 505th Command and Control Wing (CCW) virtually graduated the second class of the newly created multi-domain warfare officer career field on May 8th at Hurlburt Field, Florida. 
  • 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.
  • RED FLAG Command and Control, ‘Much More Lethal’

    RED FLAG (RF) joint/coalition exercises focus on air, space, and cyber domain integration, maximizing the live, virtual, and constructive capabilities executed at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. Most are familiar with RF's tactical side (aircraft flying), what they don't realize is that there's even more significant capability that is being exercised around the Airmen and their aircraft by the Shadow Operations Center – Nellis (ShOC-N).
  • Warfighter Exercise 20-3

    The 505th Combat Training Squadron (CTS) facilitated the replication of the appropriate echelons of the Air Operation Center (AOC) for Warfighter Exercise 20-3 (WFX 20-3), an Army exercise running 24-hour operations from 5 – 13 February 2020. The exercise directly trained over 4,000 joint warfighters and accomplished 50 joint training events using more than two dozen different systems connecting seven sites across the country.
  • VIRTUAL FLAG 20-1: Train as You Fight

    The 705th Combat Training Squadron (CTS), 505th Command and Control Wing, home of Kirtland Air Force Base’s Distributed Mission Operations Center (DMOC), hosts VIRTUAL FLAG which serves as a train as you fight exercise by integrating the full spectrum of air, land, surface, space, and cyber warfighters in a virtual battlespace in joint and coalition environments. From 2 – 12 December 2019, the 705th CTS hosted joint Exercise VIRTUAL FLAG (VF) 20-1 with its mission partner, the 377th Air Base Wing at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. 
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