President Joint Special Operations University Job in MacDill AFB, Florida ‘ Department of the Air Force

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President Joint Special Operations University ‘ MacDill AFB, FloridaHQ USAF and Support Elements, Department of the Air ForceJob ID: 77515Start Date: 04/04/2019End Date: 04/25/2019

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  • Date: 2019-04-14T07:33:54-04:00
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Florida military bases could lose up to $177 million to Trump’s border wall

The president’s plan to divert money from military construction to the southern border could cost MacDill Air Force Base $3.5 million.

President Donald Trump will pay for his much coveted wall at the southern border in part by taking $3.6 billion from military projects across the country and the world.

The decision means Florida bases could lose up to $177 million for planned construction, more than all but eight other states, according to a list of eligible projects compiled by the House Appropriations Committee and provided to the Tampa Bay Times.

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the influential Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies subcommittee, said the move is an indication that Trump feels the wall ‘is a higher priority than these projects.’

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  • Author: Steve Contorno and Howard Altman Tampa Bay Times
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Blue Angels release 2019 air show schedule changes, 2020 air show schedule

F/A-18C Hornets assigned to the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, perform an aerial demonstration during the Naval Air Station Jacksonville Airshow. The show celebrated the Blue Angles’ heritage, which traces back to 1946 at the squadron’s birthplace of NAS Jacksonville, Fla. The show also featured aerial performances by other military and civilian flight teams, live entertainment, and the opportunity to see military aircraft and vehicles and the U.S. Special Operations Command Parachute Team.

The U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, announced updates to the 2019 air show schedule and released the 2020 air show schedule at the International Council of Air Shows convention, Dec. 4, 2018.’

Special Ops Forces: A University of Their Own

The Tampa Bay area will soon become home to a new university. It is not another state university like Florida Polytechnic. Instead, the university has a highly-specialized curriculum with a global reach.

A hub campus for the Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) is under construction near the U.S. Special Operations Command on MacDill Air Force Base.

There was a symbolic groundbreaking Thursday, but the JSOU has been holding classes for the past three years in a former bank building just outside the Tampa air base. The school is working on accreditation, but is not yet a degree-granting university.

American Special Operations Forces Are Deployed to 70 Percent of the World’s Countries