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The LION Board is a monthly venue providing the time/space/purpose/resources/expertise/advocacy to unleash the inherent innovation and creative ideas in our Airmen by allowing them to pitch their ideas directly to the 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing leadership. (U.S. Air Force Graphic – Wendy Pride) LION Board roars innovation
Innovation is a subject you might hear about a lot in today’s Air Force. Often, discussions about innovation get a bit complicated. So, the 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing has found a way to simplify unleashing the wing’s most important resource, Airmen, and their great ideas.
0 6/22
2018
Beale NDI team’s unique, time-saving RQ-4 inspection process Beale NDI team’s unique, time-saving RQ-4 inspection process
9th Maintenance Squadron non-destructive inspection (NDI) Airmen are in the process of performing an inspection of the RQ-4 Global Hawk’s exterior and wings. Since the RQ-4 is made from composite material as opposed to metal the NDI requires ultrasonic inspection equipment. The Airmen use both handheld inspection equipment and a mobile automated scanner system (MAUS). The MAUS allows them to do a scan which would take a week in a couple of days. The both types of ultrasonic inspection equipment provide a detail image of scanned areas to map and identify flaws.
0 6/21
2018
U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Mary O’Brian, 25th Air Force commander, hands the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing guidion to the wing’s new commander, Col. Max Pearson, during a change of command ceremony June 19, 2018, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. 480th ISRW welcomes new commander
U.S. Air Force Col. Max Pearson, the new 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing commander, accepted the wing’s guidion from Maj. Gen. Mary O’Brian, 25th Air Force commander, during the change of command ceremony here on June 19, 2018.
0 6/21
2018
Col. Steven M. Gorski (left) shares a laugh with Col. Chad J. Hartman during their Change of Command ceremony at Patrick AFB, Fla.  Hartman assumed command of the Air Force Technical Applications Center from Gorski who served as the nuclear treaty monitoring center's commander since July 2016.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Phillip C. Sunkel IV) New commander inherits newly-structured Air Force organization
Through the tradition of military pomp and circumstance, members of the Air Force Technical Applications Center here witnessed the change of command between the center’s outgoing and incoming commander today.Col. Chad J. Hartman assumed command from Col. Steven M. Gorski under the authority of the presiding official, Maj. Gen. Mary F. O’Brien,
0 6/20
2018
When Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance computer networks have outages, Chuck Ham is the man to call. Mission leader recognized for life-long dedication to ISR networks
When Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance computer networks have outages, Chuck Ham is the man to call. A Mission Operations shift leader in the 625th Operations Center, 25th Air Force, Ham was recently recognized for his incredible, life-long dedication to the Intelligence Community when he was presented the Meritorious Service to the Intelligence Community Award by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.
0 6/15
2018
The 9th Munitions Squadron held the first-ever Air Force Combat Operations Competition (AFCOCOMP) June 12-14, 2018, here. Bombs Away: Air Force Combat Operations Competition
The 9th Munitions Squadron held the first-ever Air Force Combat Operations Competition (AFCOCOMP) June 12-14, 2018, here. AFCOCOMP is a unique munitions building competition designed to test participants on all of the aspects used by ammo troops in wartime operations.
0 6/14
2018
A team of experts from the Air Force Technical Applications Center, headquartered at Patrick AFB, Fla., look over blueprints of the operations facility where AFTAC, the Department of Defense's sole nuclear treaty monitoring center, will house its contingency operations facility at Naval Support Activity Mid-South in Millington, Tenn.  Pictured from left to right:  Bill Leslie, Randy Pomeroy and Lt. Col. Christopher Hall.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Chris Gaskill) 24/7 treaty monitoring center ready for contingency ops
Much like the famous words inscribed of the exterior of the New York City Post Office, neither rain nor snow nor heat nor gloom of night will keep the Air Force Technical Applications Center from the swift completion of its appointed rounds.Recently, the nuclear treaty monitoring center here transferred its Contingency of Operations (COOP) and the
0 6/14
2018
An Australian military member salutes after laying a wreath during the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps Day Dawn Service at the George MacArthur Memorial Museum in Norfolk, Virginia, April 25, 2018. 103rd Anniversary of the ANZAC Day Dawn Service
On April 25, 1915, Australian and New Zealand forces landed on Gallipoli, Turkey, and battled with the Ottoman Turkish defenders. The campaign lasted eight months and at the end of 1915, the allied forces were evacuated from the peninsula with both sides suffering heavy casualties. Australian, New Zealand and U.S. military members commemorated the 103rd anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps Day Dawn Service at the George MacArthur Memorial Museum in Norfolk, Virginia, April 25, 2018.
0 6/08
2018
12th AMU keeps Global Hawks flying 12th AMU keeps Global Hawks flying
The 12th Aircraft Maintenance Unit is responsible for keeping the RQ-4 Global Hawks here ready to fly. The RQ-4 is a remotely piloted aircraft, which is used to provide high-altitude intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance to commanders in wartime and contingency operations. The RQ-4 platform has amassed more than 200,000 flight hours and is currently used to support Operation Inherent Resolve.
0 6/06
2018
Stanford University students tour Beale Air Force Base as a part of the university's Hacking for Defense partnership. Stanford H4D students tour Beale, gain valuable insight
The 9th Intelligence Squadron hosted a four-person team from Stanford University’s Hacking 4 Defense class, Apr. 20, 2018. The non-profit organization, H4D’s purpose is to generate problem-solving cooperation between academia and the Department of Defense. This specific team’s goal is to help the Air Force through the continuous improvement processes associated with the conversion of traditional film for use on a digital platform associated with the aerial imagery process, exploitation and dissemination from the Optical Bar Camera that flies on the U-2 aircraft.
0 6/05
2018
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