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859th SOS, TFI partners reach milestone in Wolfhound

| Staff Reporters
Duke Field – Aviators and aircraft maintainers who support the C-146A Wolfhound mission celebrated a major milestone April 5, 2024, surpassing 200,000 flying hours while meeting Air Force Special Operations Command’s global mobility requirements. 
859th Special Operations Squadron members, 524th SOS members, and contractors who conduct maintenance and acquisition for the airframe, gather together to celebrate reaching 200 thousand flying hours on the C-146A Wolfhound at Duke Field, Florida, April 5, 2024. The C-146A is a twin-engine, high-wing aircraft equipped with a configurable cabin capable of various passenger and cargo combinations, as well as casualty evacuation missions.


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