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November 5, 2019

HOMETOWN: Richardson, TX




UNITS:  23rd Special Tactics Squadron


MILITARY TRAINING: static-line jumpmaster, military free-fall
jumper, combat scuba diver, air traffic controller, and a joint
terminal attack controller. As a Special Tactics combat
controller, Cole was specially trained and equipped for
immediate deployment into combat operations to conduct
reconnaissance, global access, precision strike, and personnel
recovery operations.


DEPLOYMENTS: Africa, Afghanistan


AWARDS AND DECORATIONS: His awards and decorations
include an Air Force Achievement Medal and an Air Force
Commendation Medal with a combat device.


SURVIVED BY: Wife (Rachael), 2 daughters, his parents, Todd
and Sharsten; his siblings, Aubrey and Dakota

Staff Sgt. Cole Condiff, a Special Tactics combat controller with
the 23rd Special Tactics Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Florida, had an unplanned parachute departure from a C-130 aircraft Nov. 5, 2019, over the Gulf of Mexico, where he tragically passed away.

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Combat Controller

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