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  • 18 Nov 2022 7:43 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    CCT Reunion 2022 - Atlantic City
    Check out the post on the latest reunion!
    Click this link to visit the News page blog post

  • 18 Nov 2022 7:42 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    Brig. Gen. Jeffrey L. Wilkinson concludes career as special tactics officer who rose to become top Air Guardsman. Read more at Defense Visual Information Distribution Service's website

  • 18 Nov 2022 7:40 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    Remembering Major General Robert “Bob” Patterson. Leader, Friend and Advocate Major General Robert B. Patterson recently passed away. Click here to read more

  • 18 Nov 2022 7:39 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    Richard Brook Connell, Sgt.

    Richard Brook Connell entered into Eternal Rest on Tuesday, Jun 14, 2022 - View the page on the CCT Memorial website. Click here to go to the page.

    Richard left a generous donation of $30,000 to the Foundation. Our gratitude is immeasurable!

    Contact us if any service member would like to view the memorial virtually.

  • 18 Nov 2022 7:22 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    Check this out! We have a Special Tactics Officer (aka CCT) commanding a special ops flying wing!

    Use the following links to see:

    352nd SOW Change of Command

    352 SOW Change of Command

  • 18 Nov 2022 7:17 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    CCF Assists the family of one of our Fallen Brothers - Click this link to read the Thank You letter from Debra (Argel) Bastian to the CCF providing $10k to assist she and her husband with replacing their totaled car when the insurance would not cover everything.

    Deb’s son was Capt Derek Argel, a CCT who died in Iraq.

    Click this link to read more about Derek Argel

    Click here to view his memorial on our website

  • 22 Oct 2022 9:01 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    A few years ago, 2 Combat Controllers noticed that CCT reunion participation was declining. The annual CCT reunion in Fort Walton, Florida discontinued and Nashville, Tennessee numbers were declining. At the same time, the Vegas reunion was having increased participation. Minimal CCT participation came from the NE region.

    They decided to establish a CCT reunion in Atlantic City that would be similar to the Vegas format. Their objective was to provide an environment that allows Combat Control Team brothers & their families to reconnect with each other.

    Reunions allow veterans to rekindle past friendships, and heal from past experiences together. It allows retirees, active duty and also groups such as Gold Star Families to learn more about their family members through shared stories and photos. These gatherings have a therapeutic benefit for attendees. Especially those suffering from PTSD.

    This event was scheduled at the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. (Oct – 13 thru 16 Thursday - Sunday). The event was named Atlantic City 2022 CCT Rally Point on the Boardwalk.

    Activities included Golf, Group Cruise, Range time (pistol, rifle, shotgun, archery), and Banquet with a Keynote Speaker. Living History interviews were recorded with several Combat Controllers to collect CCT stories that represent our heritage and history.

    Added bonus included boardwalk, beach, restaurants and outlet shopping.

    The event was a tremendous success. The Rally had 54 participants. We thank all who attended our first annual Atlantic City Rally!

    Click here to check out the Photos from the event

    Even more photos here

  • 22 Oct 2022 8:48 AM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    Leader, Friend and Advocate Major General Robert B. Patterson recently passed away.

    A recognized leader in the Military Airlift Command (predecessor to the Air Mobility Command) and tactical airlift, General Patterson assumed command of the newly established Air Force Special Operations Command in April 1987. He retired in 1989 as an untiring champion for the air and ground forces that comprised Air Force Special Operations.

    General Patterson was a Command Pilot with more than 9,000 flying hours and 293 combat hours. His military decorations and awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster, Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal and Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm.

    For the Combat Control and Special Tactics Community, we recognize General Patterson as a friend and early advocate for our growth and development as an Air Force combat capability and our contribution to the nations Special Operations Forces. The General was Combat Control Association Lifetime Member.

    General Patterson’s family will honor and bury him in a private ceremony this week.

    Those who served with Major General Bob Patterson will likely remember his genuine respect, warmth and commitment for the troops.

    General, thanks your pioneering leadership. RIP. Pressing on to meet you on the high ground.

  • 12 Oct 2022 1:48 PM | Admin - Web Team (Administrator)

    The ceremony will celebrate the lives of the 12 Special Operators who died in this tragic crash and will rededicate the memorial in their honor. The program will include an opening prayer, followed by a description of the operation, guest speakers and the unveiling of the updated memorial.


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