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Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal AFTAC personnel awarded Nuclear Deterrence medal
The Air Force Nuclear Enterprise Functional Authority has authorized personnel from the Air Force Technical Applications Center here the award of the Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal effective April 13, 2016.The medal is awarded to Airmen who have directly impacted the nuclear enterprise and directly support nuclear deterrence
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2016
John, a technical sergeant with the 34th Intelligence Squadron and Stephanie, a master sergeant with the 707th Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, wake up their children for school at their home April 13, 2016 in Laurel, Md.  John and Stephanie are Airmen who’ve been with the EFMP program for more than 3 years. Their daughters were born with rare cases of Systemic Autoinflammatory Disorder and an Ultraviolet Light allergen known as “Solar Urticaria”. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) Family’s unique journey in EFMP centers on educating Airmen and leaders
To learn that your child may be suffering from an uncommon ailment could worry any parent. One particular family is grateful to have the support from the Exceptional Family Member Program, more importantly the strong support circle of friends, family and leadership since the beginning.
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2016
Chief Master Sgt. Benjamin Higginbotham, 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing command chief, holds the 691st  Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group flag as the new 691st ISRG commander,  Colonel David James, gives his final remarks during the 691st ISRG re-activation ceremony May 5, 2016, at Fort George G. Meade, Md. Officially in-activated September 2014 at Royal Air Force Menwith Hill Station, United Kingdom, the 691st ISRG returns and is now activated under the 70th ISR Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) Return of the 691st ISR Group, aiding partners and Air Force Cryptologic Enterprise
Colonel David James assumed command of the 691st Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group during a re-activation ceremony, May 5, 2016 at Fort George G. Meade, Md.
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2016
U.S. Representatives William Hurd and Mac Thornberry (TX) pose with senior leaders from 24th and 25th Air Force May 2 during a visit at Joint Base San Antonio - Lackland, Texas. The two received a series of informative cyber-related briefings, and discussed collaborative Air Force cyber and global intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance initiatives. Thornberry is the current chair of the House Armed Services Committee, and Hurd is a member of the House Homeland Security Committee and its counterterrorism and intelligence subcommittee. Pictured from left are: Command Chief Master Sgt Roger Towberman, 25th Air Force; Maj Gen B.J. Schwedo, 25th Air Force commander; Rep. Hurd, District 23; Rep. Thornberry, District 13; Maj Gen Ed Wilson, 24th Air Force commander, and Command Chief Master Sgt Brendan Criswell, 24th Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jessica Turner) U.S. Representatives visit cyber and ISR units
U.S. Representatives William Hurd and Mac Thornberry (TX) pose with senior leaders from 24th and 25th Air Force May 2 during a visit at Joint Base San Antonio - Lackland, Texas. The two received a series of informative cyber-related briefings, and discussed collaborative Air Force cyber and global intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance
0 5/04
2016
Default Air Force Logo Resilience Training Assistants and their impact on CAF
Do you want to acquire the tools to build and sustain a culture of comprehensively fit Airmen and families? Do you want to help address everyday stressors through local training and offer resilience skills to help enable your wingmen, your co-workers and family member to optimize performance of their day-to-day duties and responsibilities?
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2016
Jack Leonard, 96, speaks to Airmen of the 7th Intelligence Squadron during the unit's seventh anniversary celebration April 15, 2016 at Fort George G. Meade, Md. Leonard served as an Army Air Corps officer in the 7th Radio Squadron Mobile during WWII, which is the legacy unit of the 7th IS. The 7th RSM was activated in the Pacific theater to intercept, geolocate, analyze and decrypt the Japanese encrypted message traffic in the field to provide the commanders a decisive advantage. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Veronica Pierce) 
Honoring a legacy
Recognizing our heritage helps us remember where we came from, and how much we overcome to get to where we are today. The 7th Intelligence Squadron celebrated their legacy during their seventh anniversary celebration April 15, 2016 at Fort George G. Meade, Md.Although the squadron is only in its seventh year of service, the unit’s roots go back to
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2016
Master Sgt. Charles examines optical bar camera film with his children at an open house for the 548th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group at Beale Air Force Base, April 13, 2016. The 548th ISR Group opened their doors, allowing family members to get an inside look at the work their Airmen do on a daily basis. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jessica B.  Nelson/Released) 548th ISR Group opens doors to Airmen, families
Team Beale families had the opportunity to get an inside look at the day-to-day operations of “the eyes and ears of freedom” during an open house here April 13, hosted by the 548th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group. Col. Jacob Holmgren, the group commander, opened the event with introductions, followed by a facilities tour, and
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2016
(Middle) Captain Tahina, 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing Plans and Programs chief, takes a group photo with Columbian wounded warriors in an 11K called Preste tu Pierna (Lend your Leg) April 5, 2016 in Columbia. The race was held to collect funds in support of Columbia’s Wounded Warriors and land mine victims, a project Tahina was a part of during her training as part of the Language Enabled Airman Program.  JROTC to Counter-Narcotics and IED’s; Intel Airman takes the LEAP to a better Air Force
As the Air Force reduces down its numbers, Airmen are looking for ways to do more with less. In 2009 the Language Enable Airman Program, LEAP, paved the way to a new generation of leaders.
0 4/15
2016
Col. (Retired) Regine Aune; standing left; interacts with members of Twenty-Fifth Air Force as the guest speaker for the Women’s History Month capstone event March 28. Col. Aune; a nurse and educator throughout her career; was also a survivor of the first Operation Babylift flight from Vietnam in April of 1975. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Guido Locati; 25 AF/PA) From adversity came leadership: Col. (R) Regina Aune
Forty-one years ago, surrounded by death and destruction after the crash of a C-5A Galaxy conducting the first Operation Babylift mission leaving Vietnam, a young Air Force first lieutenant crawled out of the wreckage and stumbled on a truth that became the foundation for her leadership style throughout her career.Operation Babylift paired American
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2016
Airmen assigned to the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing render a salute as revile is played before beginning the 2016 Sexual Assault, Awareness and Prevention Month garrison run April 8, 2016 at Fort George G. Meade, Md. There were over 1,900 joint service members participating in the SAAPM event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) Ft. Meade SAAPM kicks off with over 1,900 joint service runners
There were over 1,900 joint service members ready to participate in the Sexual Assault, Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) garrison run to help kick off this month’s events April 8, 2016.Throughout the month of April, members form both Ft. Meade and the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing will host several events to raise
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