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  • 18th SOTES

    Redesignated as the 18th Special Operations Test and Evaluation Squadron on 26 July 2019, the 18th carries the tradition and responsibility as Air Force Special Operations Command’s sole Operational Test organization. The 18 SOTES is based at Hurlburt Field, Fla.The 18 SOTES is responsible to

  • 19th SOS

    Established in May of 1996, the 19th Special Operations Squadron (19 SOS), located at Hurlburt Field, FL, is the primary Formal Training Unit for Air Force Special Operations Command. The 19 SOS is responsible for providing initial mission qualification, instructor upgrade, and refresher training

  • 371st SOCTS

    Established in August of 2010, the 371 SOCTS is one of the squadrons under the 492 SOTRG. The 371 SOCTS is based at Hurlburt Field, Florida with a detachment based out of Choctaw Naval Air Station, Florida. The 371 SOCTS is the Formal Training Unit responsible for the conducting Programmed Ground

  • 492nd SOACS

    The 492d Special Operations Advanced Capabilities Squadron, 492d Special Operations Training Group, 492d Special Operations Wing, Hurlburt Field Florida, was established in 2017. While the majority of its members are assigned to Hurlburt Field, the 492 SOACS has Airmen located at Cannon Air Force

  • 492nd SOSS

    The 492d Special Operations Support Squadron (492 SOSS), located at Duke Field, Florida, is one of eleven squadrons within the 492d Special Operations Wing (492 SOW). The squadron provides deployed and home station support functions to all units assigned to the 492d Special Operation Group (492

  • 492nd SOTRG Det 1

    Established in June of 2013, the 492d Special Operations Training Group Det 1 is the formal training unit for the C-145A Skytruck, C-146A Wolfhound, and the AC-208 Caravan, flown by 4 active duty and reserve squadrons based at Duke Field, FL. The 492 SOTRG Det 1 is based at Duke Field, FL and is

  • 492nd SOTRG Det 2

    Established in October 2019, the 492d Special Operations Training Group Detachment 2 is home to Air Force Special Operations Command’s most advanced MC-130J aircraft. The 492 SOTRG Det 2 is based at Hurlburt Field, FL and is responsible for implementing USSOCOM’s latest capabilities on AFSOC’s most

  • 492nd SOTRSS

    Established in January 2019, the 492d Special Operations Training Support Squadron is the largest Formal Training Unit assigned to Air Force Special Operations Command. The 492 SOTRSS, based at Hurlburt Field, FL, is responsible for the support, management, and facilitation of formal flight training

  • 492nd SOW

    The 492d Special Operations Wing (492 SOW) is a primary support unit of the Air Force Special Operations Command, the Air Force component of the U.S. Special Operations Command. The 492 SOW is responsible for the training and education of Air Force special operations forces as well as AFSOC’s

  • 524th SOS

    The 524th Special Operations Squadron (524th SOS), located at Duke Field, Florida, is one of four flying squadrons within the 492d Special Operations Wing. The squadron flies the C-146A Wolfhound in order to provide agile intra-theater mobility support for special operations forces worldwide.