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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Sunday, April 18, 2021

Special operations wing gives commanders leeway to target ‘queep’ | Air Force Times

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The 1st Special Operations Wing on Monday took its latest crack at cutting back on unnecessary computer-based training and other requirements.

In an email and memo posted on the Facebook group Air Force amn/nco/snco, 1st SOW Commander Col. Tom Palenske outlined steps the Hurlburt Field, Florida-based wing is now taking to “reduce unnecessary and redundant pre-deployment requirements and focus on mission readiness.”

To do this, the 1st SOW is giving group and squadron commanders a lot more leeway to figure out the best way to train their airmen.

This means they’ll be able to scrap hated computer-based training whenever possible, and instead train airmen using “mass briefings and group dialogue,” the memo said.

Source: Special operations wing gives commanders leeway to target ‘queep’ | Air Force Times

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