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George Kenney, left, and Scott Herber, second from left, help Dr. Dan Mackney and Dr. Zhengrong Lee place a mass spectrometer on a lab table at Eastern Florida State College March 17, 2017.  Mackney and his co-workers from the Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick AFB, Fla., assisted Kenney, Herber and Lee, all science professors at EFSC, procure lab analysis equipment from an anonymous Central Florida donor. (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano) One scientist’s trash is another school’s treasure
As the old proverb goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. More simply put, what one person may consider worthless, another may consider quite valuable.That seems to be the case between two scientific entities here in Central Florida. Recently, an anonymous Central Florida donor reached out to George Kenney Jr., a retired Eastman Kodak
0 4/03
2017
Thunder Warriors from the 707th Communications Squadron sport their orange shirts before the Walk MS: Columbia 2017 on April 1 at the Howard Community College in Columbia, Md. Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and body. Walk MS is a charity walk series that takes place in more than 550 locations with more than 300,000 people participating annually. Walk MS has raised more than $970 million to drive groundbreaking research, provide life-changing services, and guarantee a supportive community for those who need it most.   (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. AJ Hyatt) Thunder Warriors complete Walk MS: Columbia 2017
Thunder Warriors from the 707th Communications Squadron sport their orange shirts before the Walk MS: Columbia 2017 on April 1 at the Howard Community College in Columbia, Md. Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and
0 4/03
2017
Graphic of the Department of Defense's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program. April brings awareness to sexual assault prevention
It’s a difficult topic of discussion. It’s uncomfortable for the victim, and it’s uncomfortable for those who provide assistance to those affected.But as the former Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Larry O. Spencer said in 2015, “It we don’t talk about it, we can’t fix it.”April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month and is recognized
0 4/03
2017
Default Air Force Logo 25th Air Force Pays Tribute to Original Female Silent Warrior
The 25th Air Force is wrapping up Women's History Month with a tribute to Chief Master Sgt. Christena Ogle. We will not forget her contributions to early ISR.
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2017
Senior Airman Jeremy, 94th Intelligence Squadron, adjust his ceremonial cap during a Base Honor Guard training session Jan. 10, at Fort George G. Meade. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) ISRW Ambassadors in Blue train for excellence
Since 2009, Airmen from the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing have participated in the Air Force Base Honor Guard program to support Air Force units here and the local community. To maintain the traditions and services a Base honor Guard provides, these Airmen tirelessly volunteer to train and uphold proficiency as ‘Ambassadors in Blue.’
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2017
Chief Master Sgt. Kathi Glascock, Executive Assistant to the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, shares her experiences with Airmen during the Meade Top III Women’s History Month Coffee Talk March 28, 2017 at Fort Meade, Md. Glascock manages an eight-person staff and is the lead action officer and principal advisor for issues affecting more than 397,000 Airmen. She reviews and provides the enlisted perspective recommendation on DoD and AF policy; manages and schedules all CMSAF speaking activities, international enlisted engagement events, legislative meetings and worldwide base visits. Prior to assuming her current position, she served as the superintendent, Office of Joint Military Personnel, at the National Security Agency, Fort George G. Meade, Md. Executive Assistant to the CMSAF shares experience with 70th ISRW Airmen
Chief Master Sgt. Kathi Glascock, Executive Assistant to the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, shares her experiences with Airmen during the Meade Top III Women’s History Month Coffee Talk March 28, 2017 at Fort Meade, Md. Glascock manages an eight-person staff and is the lead action officer and principal advisor for issues affecting more
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2017
The Stu Engbretson Tactics Analysts of the Year award recognizes analysts’ significant accomplishments completed outside the scope of their traditional Air Force Specialty Code and how that work impacts Combat Air Forces. Award recognizes analysts’ extraordinary tactical impact
The 25th Air Force Tactics Analysis Reporting Program recently recognized the Stu Engbretson Tactics Analysts of the Year. This program recognizes analysts’ significant accomplishments completed outside the scope of their traditional Air Force Specialty Code and how that work impacts Combat Air Forces and Mobility Air Forces, said Kevin Inman, Tactics and Adversary Studies Element Manager, 25th Air Force.
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2017
Capt. Kris Orlandoni, RC-135 pilot, held a re-enlistment ceremony for Tech. Sgt. Beth Yandow in the back  of an aircraft in late 1990. (Photo courtesy of Beth Yandow) Breaking Glass: Revisiting Air Force's First Female RJ Airborne Mission Supervisor
It was an early Tuesday morning in May, the clouds in the sky were sharply defined and the view of the sun breaking over the horizon through the glass windshield was extraordinary. Two male pilots sat in command in the front seats; two dozen others were stuffed into the back, elbow-to-elbow, with their headphones on, typing on computers, staring at their monitors, and relaying detailed information to the leadership in charge. This was a team of well-trained and devoted workers. The men on this aircraft, and others like them, held their heads high with pride and confidence that what they were doing was paramount to the betterment of everyone’s freedoms and liberties. The reality was, at that time, only a select few could feel this way about their military service, because before 1987, women were excluded from assignments on aircraft that engaged in combat missions.
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2017
The annual Air Force ISR awards distinguish the “best of the best” among the thousands of outstanding Air Force ISR Airmen and units, according to the nomination instructions distributed earlier this fiscal year. (U.S. Air Force Graphic by Vincent Childress) Air Force ISR Award Nominations Abound for 25 AF Airmen
Airmen from 25th Air Force have once again demonstrated their proficiency in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, earning 12 of 19 individual nominations, and one of the two unit nominations, by Air Combat Command for the 2017 Air Force ISR Awards program. The annual ISR awards distinguish the “best of the best” among the thousands of outstanding Air Force ISR Airmen and units, according to the nomination instructions distributed earlier this fiscal year.
0 3/22
2017
Contractors from Atlantic Icon Corp. shovel soil as they prepare to install a barrier wall along the east side of the Air Force Technical Applications Center headquarters building at Patrick AFB, Fla.  The construction is part of a two-phased project to provide greater protection around the nuclear treaty monitoring center.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano) Center undergoes multiple construction projects
Just because something is new doesn’t necessarily mean it can’t be improved upon.In 2014, the Air Force Technical Applications Center moved to its new headquarters building, a $158 million military construction project that relocated the treaty monitoring center from its 1950s-era building along State Road A1A to a brand new state-of-the-art
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2017
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