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This building is known as the birthplace of the 693rd ISRG and renovations has been going on since 2011 to get the facility equip ready and provide more space for the Airmen to operate in. 693rd ISRG reopens DGS-4 birthplace
After years of renovations, U.S. Air Force Col. Jason Brown, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing commander, and Col. Tracy Ward, 693rd ISRG commander, cut the ribbon to open the new Distributed Ground Station-4 facility, Nov. 15, 2017, at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.
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25th Air Force Shield Fact Sheet Art Future of ISR is Airmen
Brig. Gen. James Cluff, vice commander, 25th Air Force, along with Brig. Gen. Peter Lambert, director of intelligence, Air Combat Command, discussed the future of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance during a panel discussion Nov. 15 at the annual Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Alamo Ace conference in San Antonio.
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U.S. Air Force Col. Jason Brown, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing commander, passes the guidon to Col. Tracy Ward, 693rd ISR Group commander, during the Assumption of Command ceremony Nov. 15, 2017, at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. 693rd ISRG commander assumes command
U.S. Air Force Col. Jason Brown, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing commander, passes the guidon to Col. Tracy Ward, 693rd ISR Group commander, during the Assumption of Command ceremony Nov. 15, 2017, at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The mission of the 693rd ISRG is to provide decision advantage to the warfighters by developing
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Pierre Terry, director of staff, 25th Air Force’s Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection Directorate (A4), is the civilian recipient of the 2018 Brig. Gen. Wilma Vaught Visionary Leadership Award for Air Combat Command. Terry holds the 25th Air Force INSPIRE program emblem she designed. Civilian recognized as exceptional leader, visionary
Among the 3,102 outstanding civilian employees here at 25th Air Force is a visionary leader and recipient of the 2018 Brig. Gen. Wilma Vaught Visionary Leadership Award for Air Combat Command. This exemplary Airman, Pierre Terry, is the director of staff at 25th Air Force’s Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection Directorate (A4).
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Col. Steven M. Gorski (right), commander of the Air Force Technical Applications Center, and Chief Master Sgt. Michael Joseph, AFTAC’s command chief, pose next to the plaque that officially dedicates the center’s research laboratory after former AFTAC senior scientist, Michael Harkins, at a ceremony at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Colo.  Harkins’ official portrait is on the right.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano) AFTAC names lab after ‘giant’ of nuclear forensics
The Air Force Technical Applications Center dedicated its research laboratory in Colorado after a pioneer of gas analysis techniques at a ceremony held Oct. 24, 2017.Formerly known as Operating Location GT, the Harkins Laboratory Complex was officially named after Michael Harkins, a nuclear engineer who served as the senior scientist of AFTAC’s
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Melissa Dawkins (right), a chemist at the Ciambrone Radiochemistry Laboratory, Patrick AFB, Fla., explains to newly-assigned chemists 2nd Lts. Kaleb Mitchell (left) and Jessica Lewer (center) how samples that undergo radiochemical separations are inspected.  Scientists from CRL, which is headquartered at the Air Force Technical Applications Center, use analytical chemistry methods to determine if trace levels of radioactive debris are present in environmental samples as part of AFTAC’s nuclear treaty monitoring mission.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano) Ions and betas and treaties, oh my!
In a world filled with uncertainty and growing concerns about the global proliferation of nuclear weaponry, there is one organization in the Department of Defense dedicated to identifying debris from possible atomic explosions and analyzing the findings for national decision makers.The Ciambrone Radiochemistry Laboratory, which opened its doors at
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2017
Recent change to civilian tuition assistance; course limits increased for FY18 AF civilian tuition assistance increases course limits
Air Force officials have raised the course limit for civilian tuition assistance from one course per semester or quarter to two courses for fiscal year 2018.
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2017
Air Combat Command’s 2017 recipient of the Brig. Gen. Wilma Vaught Visionary Leadership Award, officer category, is Capt. Rosie, assistant director of operations, 25th Intelligence Squadron. Exceptional ISR leader, role model recognized
The Brig. Gen. Wilma Vaught Visionary Leadership Award is presented annually to exceptional, selfless women who inspire others. This year, Air Combat Command selected Capt. Rosie, assistant director of operations, 25th Intelligence Squadron, to receive the honor in the officer category.
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Default Air Force Logo 480th ISRW institutes Combat Readiness Sustainment Program
The 480th ISRW implemented a Combat Readiness Sustainment Program to give signals intelligence crews the opportunity to step away from their mission to increase their tradecraft and stay current with Air Force operational training,
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Airmen from the 29th Intelligence Squadron and other volunteers load and arrange supplies at the Red Cross bulk distribution warehouse on Oct. 1, 2017, in Houston, Texas. The Airmen were on permissive temporary duty from Fort Meade, Maryland, to assist as drivers, navigators, key handlers, loaders and inventory managers with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. (Courtesy photo) 70th ISRW Airmen make impact on Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas
On August 25, Harvey, a Category 4 hurricane, made landfall near the Texas Gulf Coast. According to Weather.com, Harvey’s extreme slow movement Aug. 26 to 30 kept a fire hose of moisture pointed into southeast Texas and Louisiana for days, resulting in catastrophic flooding. Additionally, wind gusts from Harvey near its’ landfall point topped 100 mph, leading to widespread destruction of homes and buildings. Harvey dumped more than 25 trillion gallons of rain on Texas and Louisiana during a six day period. Nearly 74,000 people needed temporary shelter and losses are estimated to be more than $190 billion, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
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