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The Professional Development Placemats provide the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group Airmen with the ability to visually map out their local career progression from the ranks of Airman to Tech. Sgt. It presents them with options for in-garrison and deployed opportunities, as well as internships and certifications. The PDP also provides supervisors an excellent tool to help Airmen prioritize Air Force, national mission and educational requirements or opportunities. (Air Force Graphic)
Professional Development Placemats program gives 480th ISRG Airmen career roadmap
An initiative by the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group at Fort Gordon created a Professional Development Placemats program to outline important milestones for Airmen development.
0 10/19
2016
Col. Bobbi Doorenbos, 188th Wing commander, announces the activation of the wing’s remotely piloted aircraft, intelligence analysis and targeting missions to members of the local media, Sept. 29, 2016, at Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Fort Smith, Ark. In addition to the wing being operational, Doorenbos emphasized that it is also unique with its one-of-a-kind combined operations and first-of-its-kind space focused targeting mission and is now looking to hire over 100 new Airmen across the organization. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Cody Martin) 188th announces activation of RPA, intelligence and targeting missions
The 188th Wing announced the activation of its remotely piloted aircraft, intelligence analysis and targeting missions, Sept. 29, 2016, completing the wing's conversion from an A-10 flying mission.Col. Bobbi Doorenbos, 188th Wing commander, emphasized that the wing is operational, unique and hiring."The 188th is now actively engaged in full-time
0 10/17
2016
Airmen and First Sergeants attending the Additional Duty First Sergeant Symposium pose for a photo Oct. 17, 2016 at Fort George G. Meade, Md. 53 Airmen were selected between the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, Defense Information School, Defense Media Activity, U.S. Cyber Command, 318th Cyber Operations Group, and the 315th Cyber Operations Squadron to participate in 2016 symposium. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) Fort Meade First Sergeants host symposium for local Airmen
53 Airmen were selected between the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, Defense Information School, Defense Media Activity, U.S. Cyber Command, 318th Cyber Operations Group, and the 315th Cyber Operations Squadron to participate in a Fort George G. Meade Additional Duty First Sergeant Symposium led by the Fort Meade First Sergeants council October 11 - 14, 2016.
0 10/17
2016
David Merker, Senior Executive Service Director of the U.S. National Data Center (center), points out the inner workings of a solar intensity measurement tool that’s used to gauge the intensity of the sun at any given time to Jorge Román-Nieves, a geophysicist from the Air Force Technical Applications Center Sept. 19, 2016, as AFTAC’s chief of International Affairs Robert McLaughlin listens in.  The trio traveled to Spain to meet with seismic experts from the Instituto Geográfico Nacional, a multi-faceted agency in Madrid responsible for many aspects of research and development.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano) U.S. National Data Center team reopens channels with Spain
Among the ancient walls from the era of King Alfonso VI in the shadow of the famous medieval Alcázar fortress high atop the city of Toledo, a group of 21st century scientists from the Air Force Technical Applications Center traveled to Spain to meet with seismic experts Sept. 19-22.The team, led by Senior Executive Service Director of the U.S.
0 10/17
2016
Allysyn Lasch, 9th Medical Operations Squadron family advocacy outreach manager picks up donations made by Beale Airmen Oct. 14, 2016, at Beale Air Force Base, California. Squadrons and Units across base are collecting donations for five local domestic violence shelters Beale is helping. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Tristan D. Viglianco) Beale’s purple partnership
In the last 30 years, purple has become a more common sight in October. That’s because October was declared by Congress in 1987 as National Domestic Violence Awareness month and the color purple and purple ribbons are used to raise awareness of domestic violence. The observation of the month grew from a “Day of Unity” held by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence beginning in 1981. The monthly observation has continued to grow into what it is today. As of late, the month has had a theme and the theme this year is, “Let’s Strengthen Our Community.” To honor the theme, Team Beale is making an effort to address domestic violence and bring further awareness of the issue to the base and the local community.
0 10/14
2016
Airmen from the Air Force Technical Applications Center at Patrick AFB, Fla., lift a downed live oak tree after it was uprooted during Hurricane Matthew Oct. 7, 2016.  Picture from left to right:  Maj. Jeremiah Betz, 1st Lt. Pamela Zhang, Senior Airman Donelle Gibson, Capt. Taylor Youtsler and 1st Lt. Michael Duff. (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano)
Despite storm threat, treaty monitoring mission continued, uninterrupted
As Hurricane Matthew churned into a Category 4 storm off Florida’s southeast coast, members of the Air Force Technical Applications Center here set evacuation plans in motion to ensure the center’s critical mission continued uninterrupted.AFTAC, the Department of Defense’s sole organization dedicated to nuclear treaty monitoring and nuclear event
0 10/14
2016
(Courtesy graphic) James to host spouse, family forum
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James will host a spouse and family forum from 9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Oct. 19 in the Smart Center Auditorium on Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.
0 10/13
2016
Capt. Lorinda, 7th intelligence Squadron, climbs up a 43-foot quarter pipe wall during the final stages of the 2016 Savage Race October 8, 2016 at Kennedyville, Md. 70th ISRW participants endured a seven-mile obstacle course of cargo net walls, creeks, ice cold water and climbing to test their stamina and strength as a team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) ISR Airmen get savage in obstacle mud run
Capt. Lorinda, 7th Intelligence Squadron, climbs up a 43-foot quarter pipe wall during the final stages of the 2016 Savage Race October 8, 2016 at Kennedyville, Md. 70th ISRW participants endured a seven-mile obstacle course of cargo net walls, creeks, ice cold water and climbing to test their stamina and strength as a team. (U.S. Air Force
0 10/12
2016
Air Force Col. Joseph Santucci, 55th Operations Group commander (right) and Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Michael Rager, 55th Operations Group command chief (left), present Air Force Senior Airman Alex Fausnight, 338th Combat Training Squadron (center), with his Gold Level certificate for Leadership Pathways. Leadership Pathways is an Air Force program that Air Combat Command has adopted to help support the Comprehensive Airmen Fitness strategy. (Courtesy Photo) Experience is worth more than gold
The Leadership Pathway’s program here has awarded its first Gold certificate to a member of the Team Offutt community.Senior Airman Alex Fausnight, 338th Combat Training Squadron, took full advantage of the program and received his gold certificate for attending 23 courses in the Leadership Pathways Course Catalog.“I have to admit, all the classes
0 10/12
2016
Airman 1st Class Michael, 94th Intelligence Squadron, runs during his fitness assessment test October 7, 2016 at Fort George G. Meade, Md. In the recent identification of installation 1.5 mile-run and 2.0-kilometer course-length issues, recertification actions have begun across the Air Force. To ensure Airmen receive accurate fitness assessments in the future, bases have been tasked to report all findings by Oct. 31, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) 70 ISRW Airmen on track with course-length recertification
In the recent identification of installation 1.5 mile-run and 2.0-kilometer course-length issues, recertification actions have begun across the Air Force. To ensure Airmen receive accurate fitness assessments in the future, bases have been tasked to report all findings by Oct. 31, 2016.
0 10/07
2016
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