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USAFSOS has redesigned its curriculum and methods of delivery.  USAFSOS now offers Remote Learning, On-Demand, and select Face-to-Face courses concentrating on indoctrination and pre-deployment requirements.

USAFSOS Mission

Mission: Execute relevant SOTU, SOTG, and JTF military education to develop Air Commandos ready to accomplish the nation' most demanding missions.


Vision: Deliberate AFSOC education, fused with training and experience to create Air Commandos capable of meeting America's current and future challenges in an uncertain and dangerous world, as part of the Joint Force. 

Course List

professional development
  • Flight Leadership
  • AFSOC Staff Action Officer Development
  • Squadron Leadership
  • Wing-A-Staff Development 
Warfighting
  • Introduction to Special Operations
  • EUCOM Orientation 100
  • INDOPACOM Orientation 110
  • AFRICOM Orientation 130
  • CENTCOM Orienatation 150
  • SOUTHCOM/NORTHCOM Orientation 170

AFFORGEN 
  • Special Operations Task Unit 191
  • Special Operations Task Group 191
campaigning
  • Special Operations Task Group 391
  • EUCOM Operations 201
  • INDOPACOM Operations 211
  • AFRICOM Operations 231
  • CENTCOM Operations 251
  • SOUTHCOM Operations 271




 

SECURITY COOPERATION
  • Building Partner Aviation Capacity Seminar
enhancement
  • SOTU-AP 291: Cross Cultural Engagement
  • SOTU-AP 391: Negotiations for AFSOF
  • Force Protection for Air Commandos
  • SOF Antiterrorism Level II/III

 

*For more information, please see Course Schedule below

 

 

 

Enrollment

Schedule
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Contact US

 Registrar/Student Support: 
  • COMM: 850-884-4757/58
  • COMM: 850-884-8368  
  • (DSN 579-4757)
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USAFSOS History

The USAF Special Operations School is the product of a 58-year evolutionary process. The process began in March 1961 when President John F. Kennedy, responding to Chairman Nikita S. Khruschev's clarion call for "wars of national liberation," cited the need for countering "subversion and guerilla warfare" that were the heart of Communist insurgency.  As a result, the Air Force increased the emphasis given to special air warfare training. 

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