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Airmen of the 450th Intelligence Squadron and 693rd Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Group participate in group yoga during Warbird Reliency Week at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. Resiliency week is a four day prevention program targeted to all Airmen of the 693rd ISRG. It’s comprised of lessons such as whole person wellness, relaxation training and mission nutrition; along with team building activities like blind puzzles, yoga and hikes. (Courtesy Photo) Deployed-in-place – building resiliency
The 450th Intelligence Squadron, in partnership with the 693rd Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Group’s Airmen Resiliency Team, host a monthly Warbird Resiliency Week at Ramstein Air Base. This program provides a venue for deployed-in-place Airmen to collectively discuss how they deal with the stressors of having such a lifestyle and offer a normalized, phased resiliency period for every squadron member.
0 4/17
2017
Rebecca Hoy serves as a liaison between more than 90 Air Force Life Cycle Management Center programs at Hanscom and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mark Herlihy) Hanscom acquisition experts have new GEOINT advocate
One team at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center here works to enable more than 90 acquisition programs know the earth, show the way and understand the world. Hanscom is the top acquisition customer of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency in the Department of Defense. Many programs here either contribute to geospatial intelligence collection, or are dependent on it.
0 4/14
2017
Airmen assigned to the Technical Support Squadron, Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick AFB, Fla., monitor seismic activity throughout the world in direct support of AFTAC’s nuclear treaty monitoring mission.  The center maintains a global network of nuclear event detection sensors called the U.S. Atomic Energy Detection System – the largest sensor network in the U.S. Air Force.   (U.S. Air Force photo by William B. Belcher)

Persistent surveillance gives squadron its global purpose
Deep within the walls of a four story structure along Florida’s Space Coast sits a squadron of Airmen whose number one mission is to detect, identify and locate nuclear explosions anywhere in the world.The Technical Surveillance Squadron, a subordinate unit to the Air Force Technical Applications Center, operates 24/7/365 and provides persistent
0 4/13
2017
Chaplain (Maj.) Jim Bridgham, wing chaplain, 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, Joint Base Langley- Eustis, discusses resilience during a podcast. Airman Resilience Teams keep Silent Warriors ready to fight, ready for life
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.
0 4/12
2017
Recently, Timmerman won the First Sergeant of the Year award at the 25th Air Force level. This award recognizes the important contributions and leadership qualities exhibited by Air Force members in the First Sergeant career field. 392nd IS SNCO wins First Sergeant of the Year for 25th AF
Recently, Timmerman won the First Sergeant of the Year award at the 25th Air Force level. This award recognizes the important contributions and leadership qualities exhibited by Air Force members in the First Sergeant career field.
0 4/06
2017
Capt. Daniel Stambovsky, a physicist assigned to the 32nd Intelligence Squadron at Fort Meade, Maryland, recently received notification that two of patents from his previous assignment at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, New York, have been processed and approved: the “Actuated Pin Antenna Reflector” and the “Radio Frequency Emissive Display Antenna and System for Controlling.” (U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. AJ Hyatt) Air Force officer’s inventions inspired by Pin Art, E Ink
When Capt. Daniel Stambovsky, a physicist assigned to the 32nd Intelligence Squadron, left his assignment at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, New York, he left several patents pending. To his surprise, he recently received notification that two of his patents have been approved. A patent for an invention is the grant of a property right to the inventor, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Although Stambovsky is listed as the “inventor” of the patent, the Department of the Air Force does own the rights to the patents. Stambovsky’s military career didn’t begin with inventions. He entered the Air Force as an enlisted Airman and worked on ground radar systems. Then, he applied and was selected for the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. After he received a Bachelor of Science and was commissioned, he spent five years as a physicist and nuclear engineer at the Air Force Research Laboratory.
0 4/05
2017
An Airmen from the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Wing perform their jobs at the 480th ISRW at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va, Jan 12, 2016. The analytic foundations program requires new analysts to become familiar with the intelligence needs, sources, methods and priorities of the mission prior to entering formal OJT. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nicholas Byers) 480th ISRG fills the training gap
The transition from technical school to duty station created issues within the Intelligence Community that couldn’t be addressed with On the Job Training alone. To combat this, the analytic foundations initiative was developed, written and taught by a core group of civilian and military analysts with a wide range of experience in the 480th
0 4/04
2017
363d ISR Wing Shield Fact Sheet Art Feeding thousands, earning black belt among accomplishments of 363rd ISRW awardees
Leaders from the 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing synchronized their goals and missions, and recognized this year’s wing-level award winners at their annual conference in March.
0 4/04
2017
To better utilize the Air Force's top secret communications system, there is a migration taking place that will consolidate all legacy Air Force and Air National Guard JWICS, synchronizing JWICS Air Force wide. Melanie Weems, program manager, AF JWICS Program Management Office, works with multiple contract personnel, like Brian Boblett, migration specialist, and Russ Williamson, migration technician lead, to complete the migration. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lori A. Bultman) Intelligence communications systems migrate worldwide
While protecting the nation and seeking out the enemy, U.S. military forces must exchange sensitive information safely and securely. The Air Force Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System allows multi-media communications between authorized individuals by secure means, and in a timely manner. To better utilize the Air Force’s top secret communications system, a migration is nearing completion to consolidate all legacy Air Force and Air National Guard JWICS, synchronizing JWICS Air Force-wide, said Melanie Weems, program manager, AF JWICS Program Management Office.
0 4/04
2017
Jim Ordway (right) a member of the Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick AFB, Fla., fires off a round as Agent Reggie Hammond, a deputy with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, observes.  Ordway was one of 25 AFTAC members who attended BCSO’s Self Defense Through Tactical Shooting and Decision Making course March 25, 2017.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano) Airmen learn self-defense shooting tactics from local sheriff’s office
Air Force Airmen undergo extensive training on the proper use of firearms, especially when they’re preparing to deploy downrange. The training program is aptly called Combat Arms Training and Maintenance, and it focuses on the specific characteristics of each weapon, how to effectively operate it, and basic marksmanship.
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2017
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