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The 480th Intelligence, Reconnaissance, and Surveillance Wing hosted key Airmen Resiliency Team leaders and personnel during a global synchronization Apr. 10-14, 2017 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis. The purpose of this ART summit is to get the key personnel together in one place for a week to foster new ideas and improve upon the direction of the ART concept. Increasing Airmen’s Resiliency is ART summit’s goal
The 480th Intelligence, Reconnaissance, and Surveillance Wing hosted key Airmen Resiliency Team leaders and personnel during a global synchronization Apr. 10-14, 2017 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis. The ART is a creative approach to dealing with combat stress for deployed-in-place Airmen. It consists of chaplains, mental health and physical health technicians who have the clearance to speak with and provide direct support to intelligence Airmen.
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2017
The 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing sponsored the inaugural Innovate, Collaborate, Organize and Network Talks Apr. 18 to 21, hosted at National Security Agency Hawaii. ICON Talks were developed to bring selected Airmen together from around the globe, across the entire 480th ISRW, to discuss innovative ideas and thought processes. 480th ISRW hosts Inaugural ICON Talks
The 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing sponsored the inaugural Innovate, Collaborate, Organize and Network Talks Apr. 18 to 21, hosted at National Security Agency Hawaii. ICON Talks were developed to bring selected Airmen together from around the globe, across the entire 480th ISRW, to discuss innovative ideas and thought processes.
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Technicians collect samples during Prominent Hunt 17-1, a combined counterterrorism exercise between the United States and Canada April 24-28, 2017.  The exercise collectively tested each nation’s ability to respond to two simulated nuclear post-detonation attacks..  (Photo courtesy of the Department of Homeland Security) AFTAC participates in Prominent Hunt 17-1
Members of the Air Force Technical Applications Center here participated in Prominent Hunt 17-1, a combined counterterrorism exercise between the governments of the United States and Canada to collectively test each nation’s ability to respond to two simulated nuclear post-detonation attacks.The exercise took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia April
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Cyber analyst named 25th Air Force Airman of the Year
Earlier this year, 25th Air Force announced the 2016 winners of their Outstanding Airmen of the Year awards, and a Senior Airman from the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing was among the winners. The 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year awards recognize exceptional enlisted service members who demonstrate superior leadership, job performance, community involvement and personal achievements.
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2017
A construction worker prepares a power pole for removal at Beale Air Force Base, Calif. April 24, 2017. More than 200 poles are being replaced as part of an ongoing project to renovate Beale’s electrical infrastructure. Beale’s Shocking Upgrade
In order to keep Beale the intelligence spearhead of the Air Force, more than 200 power poles and their wiring are currently being replaced as part of an ongoing project to renovate and modernize Beale’s electrical infrastructure.
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2017
Logan Vaughan (left), a high school sophomore at St. Philip’s College in Alice Springs, Australia, assists Staff Sgt. Jason Nemes with field maintenance at a seismic site Nemes maintains for the Air Force Technical Applications Center Detachment 421’s nuclear treaty monitoring mission.  Vaughan spent a week with the detachment as part of a school assignment.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Andrew Mauldin) High School student immerses at Air Force detachment in Australia
Children of military personnel oftentimes have the unique opportunity to travel and live in various countries across the globe. Places like Germany, Italy, England, Japan and Korea are common overseas locations for service members and their families.Not many, however, have the chance to call the Australian Outback home. Logan Vaughan is one of
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2017
Daelyn Frey, a senior at Melbourne High School, Fla., and member of Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment FL-011, examines a seismometer on display at the Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick AFB, Fla.  Frey and 126 members of her JROTC detachment toured the nuclear treaty monitoring center April 28, 2017.   (U.S. Air Force Photo by Susan A. Romano) Melbourne High School Junior ROTC visits AFTAC
The goal of the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is to instill values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment. One of the ways it achieves that goal is when a detachment schedules a field trip to a military base.Florida Junior ROTC Detachment FL-011 accomplished just that
0 5/03
2017
Whether active-duty Air Force, civilian or contractor, life happens, and you can’t always be prepared for it. An important part of making daily Air Force missions happen is ensuring Airmen are ready for what life hands them. Chaplain (Maj.) Jim Bridgham, wing chaplain, and Capt. Jerry Walker III, Ph.D., Surgeon General, 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 25th Air Force, have created 'The Pillars' podcasts to help Airmen boost their resilience. (U.S. Air Force Podcast by Chaplain (Maj.) Jim Bridgham and Capt. Jerry Walker, Ph.D.) The Pillars III - Caffeine
Whether active-duty Air Force, civilian or contractor, life happens, and you can’t always be prepared for it. An important part of making daily Air Force missions happen is ensuring Airmen are ready for what life hands them. During this podcast, Chaplain (Maj.) Jim Bridgham, wing chaplain, and Capt. Jerry Walker III, Ph.D., Surgeon General, 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 25th Air Force, talk about the effects of caffeine.
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2017
Stick with Survivors is a project created by the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office. The project assists military and civilian members in showing their support for sexual assault survivors. Participants write anonymous messages on sticky notes that will be displayed throughout the year during Comprehensive Airman Fitness events, Green Dot trainings and other wing event to help show support for victims of sexual assault. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) Stick with Survivors sticky note project supports sexual assault survivors
Sticky notes are often used to help remember appointments, phone numbers or tasks. But, what if a sticky note was used for something bigger than a laundry list of things to do? What if it could be used to reach out to sexual assault survivors and let them know someone is there for them?
0 4/28
2017
An Airman with the 301st Intelligence Squadron, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, may have averted a tragedy with his quick thinking, creative use of technology and drive to do the right thing. An Airman 1st Class, administrative apprentice, alerted the appropriate officials when he received a text message from his sibling regarding an alarming social media video. The video showed a Hallandale Beach High School, Miami, Florida, student wielding a handgun with a loaded magazine during a pep rally.  A Code Red was immediately initiated and the school was locked down. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) 
301st IS Airman averts potential high school active shooter
An Airman with the 301st Intelligence Squadron, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, may have averted a tragedy with his quick thinking, creative use of technology and drive to do the right thing. While heading out for an early morning workout, an Airman 1st Class, administrative apprentice, came to a screeching halt when he received a text message from his sibling regarding an alarming social media video.
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