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Air Force special operators go from firefights to firefighting in California
"They get their mission and they go do it."
Elite TACP airmen caught up in hazing scandal that got two squadron commanders fired
"It came to my attention that there were multiple events that were happening. The commanders were aware of it. They were aware of the culture. So that's why I thought it was in the interests of the squadrons, the interests of the wing, and also the Air Force to bring in new commanders that can set the course right and lead these units in the future."
The Air Force may get its first female battlefield airman this spring
Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly, deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel and services, said one woman is making her way through the grueling challenges of Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) training