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  • 727 SOAMXS replaces engine

    Airman 1st Class Omar Rodriguez, 727th Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, and Luke McSweeney, 727 SOAMXS contract maintainer, guide a CV-22 Osprey engine into the aircraft as it is hoisted at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M, Aug. 13, 2019. The process of replacing the engine took the team of three 25 minutes. (U.S. Air Force
  • Air Commandos perform water rescue training

    Pararescuemen from the 26th Special Tactics Squadron fly in a CV-22 Osprey to over New Mexico July 23, 2019. The members practiced water-based aerial extraction at Ute Lake with members of the 20th Special Operations Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Vernon R. Walter III)
  • Meet the hands that keeps CV-22 instruments working

    The Air Force is equipped with aircraft that feature some of the most sophisticated electronic systems in the world. It requires a specialized career field with talented Airmen to maintain and keep the aircraft in top condition.
  • 27th SOW tests new capabilities in unfamiliar terrain

    In late July, for the very first time, the 27th Special Operations Wing conducted a full mission profile hundreds of miles away in the mountainous terrain of Utah and Colorado.The training provided Air Commandos with the chance to identify their strengths and weaknesses in an unfamiliar location while also testing brand new mission
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