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WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB, Ohio -- The Slugnuts, an intramural softball team from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, pose for a group photo after winning their quarter-final game in their division’s championship tournament. Established in 1982, the team has been playing at the base for 30 years. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Veronica Pierce) If It’s Tuesday, It’s Slugnuts Softball
The Slugnuts, an intramural softball team from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, warm up on a Tuesday evening for what could be a doubleheader. Win the first game, the division semi-finals, and they will play for the championship later in the evening. Chris Mayrand stretches with a bat while his son warms up his throwing arm nearby.
0 10/17
2011
WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB, Ohio -- Airman 1st Class Mark Stevens, who works at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, waits his turn to donate blood during the Aug. 16 blood drive. NASIC regularly holds blood drives at the center for its employees to help fill a large demand for the Armed Services Blood Program. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Veronica Pierce) Intelligence, Security and Blood Donations
Six times a year, military and civilian Airmen at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center take a break from their work and line up outside one of the center's conference rooms. They aren't waiting for a meeting; they are waiting to donate blood. But organizing a blood drive inside a secure intelligence facility is no simple task. Since
0 9/13
2011
Airman 1st Class A. Duane Barnes removes edging tape after painting a classroom at Summit Academy Transition High School in Dayton, Ohio. Airman Barnes was part of team of from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center that spent the day preparing the special needs school for classes in the fall. (Air Force photo by Technical Sgt. Brendan Kavanaugh) NASIC Airmen prepare school for new year
Thirteen Airmen from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center spent the day on July 26 volunteering at Summit Academy Transition High School here. The charter school is for students with Asperger's syndrome, high-functioning autism, ADHD and other similar learning challenges.The school secretary, Robin Merrill, walked through the four
0 8/06
2010
Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency Tech. Sgt. Wendi Davis performs God Bless America from the stage inside the A T & T Center Saturday as part of Military Appreciation Night, the annual salute to Alamo City area service members by the WNBA San Antonio Silver Stars. (U. S. Air Force photo by Ted Koniares)    ISR NCO hits high note at game
Tech. Sgt. Wendi Davis of the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency has been singing in public for nearly 15 years. Now, the public is singing her praises.For the first time in her off duty singing career Sergeant Davis performed Saturday at a sporting event when she sang "God Bless America" at halftime of the Women's
0 7/28
2010
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Staff Sgt. Larry Bouchard, Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Agency Detachment 45 Satellite Operations non-commissioned officer-in-charge,  holds up the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) baseball he was given for umpiring his first college championship game. Sergeant Bouchard began umpiring games at the suggestion of a coworker who also loved the sport and hasn't stopped since. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kathrine McDowell) ISR NCO steps up to the plate ... to umpire
A noncommissioned officer from one of Team Buckley's tenant units spends his off-duty time as an umpire for local youth baseball games."I joined the Air Force right after high school and haven't played in an official league since," said Staff Sgt. Larry Bouchard, Air Force Technical Applications Center Detachment 45 NCO in charge, though he added
0 7/09
2010
LEBANON, Ohio -- Lassena "Lassie" Von Hacker brushes her thoroughbred named Lily prior to a session of jumping practice. Lily is an ex-race horse and is one of two horses rescued by Mrs. Von Hacker. Mrs. Von Hacker is a counterspace analyst at the National Air Space Intelligence Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Strang) Lily's Lucky Life
At nine years of age, Lily has already been through a lot. Born in Texas, she now lives happily in Ohio; however, her life could have ended badly. Like many others, she may have been neglected and abused, or worse: shipped overseas and killed.Lily is a thoroughbred race horse, and her life is a story of rescue.Deep in the labyrinth of offices that
0 5/20
2010
Airman 1st Class Phillip Stoops and Senior Airman Christopher Rodgers, both from the 48th Intelligence Squadron, greet each other after Airman Rodgers returned from a six-month deployment April 8. The deployment was the first deployment for image processors. (Air Force photo by Senior Airman Natalie Pittman) First Project Liberty deployers return
The first group of image-processing Airmen deployed to support Project Liberty returned to Beale April 8 after a six-month mission in Baghdad, Iraq.The eight Airmen, all from the 48th Intelligence Squadron, processed and maintained intelligence equipment on the MC-12 aircraft."We were the intelligence hub for the entire operation," said Senior
0 4/13
2010
Maj. Gen. Brad Heithold, left, calls the start of a 5K run at Stapleton Park on Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, March 2. More than 100 Airmen participated in the run, which was part of the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency’s Fit 2 Fight II program to encourage fitness improvement. General Heithold commands the agency. (U.S. Air Force photo by William Belcher) Fit 2 Fight II for fun
Above, C-5 Galaxy aircraft flew in a pattern of practicing landings and takeoffs. Below, a mild wind whipped about amid clamor that went silent with the warning, "Standby." Then the countdown began. "15 ... 10 ... 9 ... 8 ...."With the blast of an air horn and Maj. Gen. Brad Heithold yelling, "Go," more than 100 Airmen took off for a 5K fun run
0 3/03
2010
Default Air Force Logo Linguist’s athleticism translates to volleyball victories
At 6 feet, 2 inches, Airman 1st Class John Crinion, 29th Intelligence Squadron, stands taller than most Airmen, but on the volleyball court he usually has to look up to his peers. He uses tenacity and a 3-foot vertical leap to make himself arguably one of the best volleyball players in the Air Force. Airman Crinion recently began training at Hill
0 6/04
2009
Manuel Garcia, Air Force ISR Agency video production specialist, pictured in scene from the movie "The Boys of Ghost Town" with his costar Marian Zapico, who played Natalie in the movie.    AF ISR Agency videographer makes his way to silver screen
Although "Danny Ortega" died within the first 20 minutes of the opening scene in the independent film "7 Kilos," that character still had enough life to boost a movie career for Manuel Garcia. Ortega's original two-minute appearance evolved into not only a lead role for Mr.Garcia, an Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency
0 4/13
2009
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