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  • First Special Warfare Airmen graduate initial apprentice course for special reconnaissance

    The 352nd Special Warfare Training Squadron graduates the first wave of students from the new Special Reconnaissance Apprentice Course, June 17 at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina. Formerly branded as Special Operations Weather Teams (SOWTs), the SR career field recently underwent a major restructuring. While short term weather forecasting will remain in the SR’s skillset, it will no longer dominate SR’s training and mission focus.
  • Chaplain's Corner: Spiritual Disciplines

    One of the means by which we develop the soul is through spiritual disciplines. What are spiritual disciplines? Think of them as weightlifting for your soul. Just as you would go to the gym to lift weights and get stronger, so you can use different spiritual disciplines to strengthen your soul. Over the next series of articles, my intent will be to highlight spiritual disciplines that can be incorporated into your own life, enrich your inner self, and strengthen your character, so that you will be a well-trained, spiritually fit warrior.
  • Memorial Log Carry for Special Warfare Training Wing Airman

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-CHAPMAN TRAINING ANNEX, Texas — The 350 Special Warfare Training Squadron, or SWTS, organized a two and a half-mile memorial log carry for fallen airman, Lt. Col. William Schroeder, at the Special Warfare Training Wing, or SWTW, located on Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Training Annex, or JBSA-CTA, Apr. 8, 2021.
  • Chaplain's Corner ~ Awe of the moment

    Research shows that when humans experience awe, we become less focused on ourselves and our problems and more in tune to those around us. The wonder we experience when we find ourselves awestruck at canyons, colosseums, mountains or paintings, makes us acutely aware of how small we are, and in turn helps us to be more aware of those around us.
  • Congratulations Special Warfare Training Wing’s 2020 Outstanding Airmen of the Year

    Special Warfare Training Wing’s 2020 Outstanding Airmen of the Year, or OAY, were announced by Col. Mason Dula, SWTW, commander at Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Training Annex, Texas Apr. 6, 2021.
  • TACPs recognize Military Child of the Year

    Nyah Gray was recently named Operation Homefront's 2021 Military Child of the Year® for the Air Force. Gray was honored by the 353rd Training Squadron, Special Warfare Training Wing, during an Air Force Tactical Air Control Party, or TACP, final formation ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Training Annex April 2. Selectees for the honor were chosen based on the positive impacts they had on their military family, school, and community.
  • Chaplain's Corner ~ Defining the soul

    When considering a person’s overall well-being, the Air Forces’ whole airman concept is a well-rounded approach to living a healthy and resilient life. The reason behind this is that it considers all aspects of the person. There is a focus on the body, mind, spirit and social aspects of who we are. Attention to all four of these areas is essential to living a balanced life. This is because in essence all these areas work together. For example, if you suffer an injury, you experience physical pain in your body, which affects your thoughts (mind), your desires/beliefs (spirit) and those around you (social).
  • Officials unveil Chapman plaque at Randolph’s Airmen’s Heritage Park

    The late Master Sgt. John Chapman was honored during a plaque unveiling ceremony, hosted by members of the Special Warfare Training Wing at Airmen’s Heritage Park here March 4, 2021.
  • Special Warfare Airmen rescue climber UPDATED: 9 March 2021

    A Special Warfare Pararescue (PJ) eight-man team from the 351st Special Warfare Training Squadron (SWTS), Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico sprang into action to help rescue a civilian climber injured by falling rocks Jan. 7, 2021, in Ouray, Colorado.
  • Air Force Special Warfare showcases human performance technology to CSO, CMSSF

    Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, Space Force Chief of Space Operations, on Mar. 3, 2021 thanks the Special Warfare Human Performance leadership team and experts after a guided tour of their facilities.