EGLIN AFB — The first Medal of Honor earned in the Vietnam War will have a permanent place of honor in the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) compound when it is donated next month by the recipient, retired Army Col. Roger Donlon.
“It is with great regret that I announce the loss of Specialist Nicholas C. Jividen, of 3rd Battalion, Headquarters and Support Company,” Col. Patrick T. Colloton, commander of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), said in a statement.
Capt. Robert Curry has spent 16 years working in the Air Force. He is the Special Mission Planner for the 1st Special Operations Air Operation Squadron. Listen to why he is this week's "Hurlburt's Finest."
He is a member of our Health and Wellness Center, where he and his associates teach Hurlburt Field members how to properly take care of their body. Brent is famous on base for his enthusiasm, passion for his work, and ability to talk to people.
Listen to an interview with this week's honoree for Hurlburt's Finest.
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL
Unit: 1 Special Operations Air Operations Squadron
Duty Title: Range Support Planning and Operations Specialist (she is a civilian employee)
Time at Hurlburt Field: 14 years
Bonus background info: “I retired from Bank of American after 22 years and went back to college at the age of 37 to finish my associates in Business Finance. I have two sons and three grandchildren,...
An Army 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldier is facing trial next month in U.S. District Court in Pensacola on two counts of conspiring in trafficking cocaine, according to an indictment released Wednesday by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Florida.
Master Sgt. Daniel J. Gould was indicted last month on the charges by a federal grand jury. The indictment was sealed until Tuesday, after Gould entered pleas of not guilty to the charges. His trial is scheduled...
We talk with Col. Michael Conley, commander of the 1st Special Operations Wing at Hurlburt Field, about some of the things the Air Force is using to reduce the stress from the high ops tempo of Hurlburt Field airmen.
Here is a recent interview between Daily News reporter Jim Thompson and Col. Patrick Colloton about the recent incident involving a 7SFG soldier and the transfer of cocaine from Columbia to the United States. The interview has been edited for brevity.
MARY ESTHER — A Hurlburt Field airman has been charged with child neglect with great bodily harm in connection with the April death of his 8-month-old daughter, according to an Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office report.
Spencer Wyatt Hause, 22, of Marcia Lane in Mary Esther, was booked into the Okaloosa County Jail on Tuesday morning, jail records show. As of Friday, he was being held without bond while awaiting a hearing in the April 15 death of young Aspen Hause, according to jail records.