First female commander takes over operations group

Col. Regina Sabric addresses her new group at the 919th Special Operations Group’s change of command ceremony June 12 at Duke Field, Fla. Sabric was stationed at the Pentagon before becoming the first female commander of the group. U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

For the first time, a woman will take the helm of the 919th Special Operations Group, according to Dobbins Air Reserve Base.

Thursday, Col. Regina Sabric took command of her new group in a change of command ceremony at Duke Field, Florida.

Col. Sabric was stationed at the Pentagon in Washington D.C.

According to a publication, The 20-year military veteran and senior pilot graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Science-Aerospace Engineering before commissioning in the Air Force in 1996.

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