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  • Col. Andrew Jett

    Colonel Andrew M. Jett serves as the Commander of the 492d Special Operations Wing (SOW) located at Hurlburt Field, Florida with locations at Duke Field, Florida; Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico; and Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. Colonel Jett commands the Carpetbaggers of the 492 SOW as the Air Force’s only Irregular Warfare wing executing Combat Aviation Advising and Non-Standard Aviation. Colonel Jett is also responsible for the training and education of Air Force special operations forces (AFSOF), innovation, development, and operational testing in support of AFSOF throughout the world. His units are responsible for mission qualification and continuation training in SOF aviation platforms to include AC-130J, AC-130U, AC-130W, MC-130H, MC-130J, CV-22, C-145, C-146, MQ-9, U-28A, C-208, and small unmanned aerial systems (SUAS).
  • Col. Matthew May

    Colonel Matthew L. W. May is the Vice Commander, 492d Special Operations Wing (SOW) located at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The 492 SOW is the Air Force’s only Irregular Warfare wing employing Combat Aviation Advisors and Non-Standard Aviation worldwide in support of national and theater-level strategic objectives. The 492 SOW is additionally responsible for the training and education of Special Operations Forces (SOF) personnel, innovation, development, and operational testing in support of Air Force Special Operations Command. His units are tasked with the mission qualification training and continuation training in SOF aviation platforms to include AC-130J, AC-130U, AC-130W, MC-130H, MC-130J, CV-22, C-145, C-146, MQ-9, U-28A and small unmanned aerial systems (SUAS). With an annual budget of $120 million, the 492 SOW manages and utilizes state-of-the-art simulators valued at over $400 million, develops and implements cutting-edge curriculum, and develops world-class Combat Aviation Advisors to meet the command’s operational and training requirements.
  • Chief Master Sgt. Clint A. Grizzell

    Chief Master Sergeant Clint A. Grizzell serves as Command Chief, 492d Special Operations Wing, Hurlburt Field, Florida. He is the principal advisor to the Commander on all matters of morale, welfare, readiness, professional development and operational utilization of the enlisted force. The 492d is the Air Force Special Operations Command’s most diverse wing employing Combat Aviation Advisors and Non-Standard Aviation worldwide in support of national and theater-level strategic objectives while delivering training and education of Special Operations Forces (SOF) personnel, innovation, advance capabilities development, and operational testing. Assigned units are tasked with the mission qualification training and continuation training in SOF aviation platforms to include AC-130J/U/W, MC-130H/J, CV-22, C-145, C-146, MQ-9, U-28A and small unmanned aerial systems (SUAS). While maintaining an annual budget of $120 million, the wing manages and utilizes state-of-the-art simulators valued at over $400 million to develop and implement cutting-edge curriculum to advance human capital across the command
  • Col. Lance Rosa-Miranda

    Col Lance Rosa-Miranda was a student, Air War College, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  The United States Air Force Air War College is the senior Air Force professional military school and prepares about 250 resident and over 5,000 nonresident senior students from all US military services, federal agencies, and 41 nations annually to lead in the strategic environment - emphasizing the employment of airpower in joint operations.  Col Rosa-Miranda obtained his Master of Strategic Studies while attending the Air War College.
  • Col. Nathan Scopac

    Colonel Nathan Scopac commands the 492d Special Operations Training Group at Hurlburt Field, Florida. The 492 SOTRG is the AFSOC focal point for training, SOF education and professional development, Operational Test and Evaluation, Tactics Development and Evaluation and rapid capability development. As a proponent for AFSOC’s most diverse array of missions, the 492 SOTRG champions innovation to enhance special operations missions across mobility, strike, ISR, combat support and building partnership capability.
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