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  • Special Warfare Training Wing command team holds first all call

    U.S. Air Force Col. Nathan Colunga, Special Warfare Training Wing commander, addresses the audience at the SWTW all-call on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, Sept. 27, 2022. At the all-call, the SWTW command team outlined its expectations and priorities for the wing.

  • Special Warfare Training Wing strengthens inclusion

    Modified facilities were built at the SWTW to ensure appropriate levels of privacy for mixed-sex cohorts of trainees at the Special Warfare Candidate Course, the course of initial entry for those who want to become Air Force Special Warfare Airmen.

  • Special Warfare Training Wing discuss human performance with Spurs staff

    Col. Nathan Colunga, left, Special Warfare Training Wing commander, discusses human performance integration with Alison Nabatoff, center, San Antonio Spurs talent academy associate and Phil Cullen, right, San Antonio Spurs director of basketball strategy, at Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Annex,

  • Special Warfare Operational Medicine Squadron change of command

    U.S. Air Force Col. George Buse (left), Special Warfare Human Performance Support Group commander and presiding officer, passes the guidon to Lt. Col. Gary D'Orazio (right), incoming Special Warfare Operational Medicine Squadron commander, during the SWOMS change of command ceremony at Joint Base

  • SWTW welcomes new commander, Col. Nathan Colunga

    Col. Nathan Colunga assumed command of the Special Warfare Training Wing during a change of command ceremony, July 11, 2022. Prior to Colunga taking command, he served as the vice commander of the 352nd Special Operations Wing at RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom.

  • Special Warfare Training Group change of command

    U.S. Air Force Col. Mason Dula (left), Special Warfare Training Wing commander and presiding officer, passes the guidon to Col. Edmund Loughran (middle), incoming Special Warfare Training Group commander during the SWTG change of command ceremony on Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Training Annex,

  • Largest ever Pararescue class graduates

    Pararescue apprentice course class 22-01 graduates 37 new pararescue Airmen and combat rescue officers, a record number of graduates, at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, Apr. 29, 2022. PJs and CROs are two of the Air Force's highest-demand, lowest-density career fields.