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75th Intelligence Squadron Intelligence Squadron gains new leader, continues mission in cyberspace
Lt. Col. Sean M. Callahan became the commander of the 75th Intelligence Squadron July 17 during a ceremony at the Pfingston Basic Military Training Reception Center, Joint Base San Antonio - Lackland. Col. Aaron D. Drake, commander, 659th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, presided over the ceremony, where Lt. Col. Becky M. Beers relinquished command.
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Lt. Col. James Wright takes command of the 57th Intelligence Squadron, 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 25th Air Force, July 14, 2017. Presenting him with the squadron's guidon is Col. Michael Johanek, director, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, U.S. Air Force Warfare Center, and commander, 365th ISR Group, who officiated the ceremony. ‘Hellcat Nation’ welcomes new commander
Lt. Col. James Wright took command of the 57th Intelligence Squadron, 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 25th Air Force, July 14. Lt. Col. Paul Harmer relinquished command, and Col. Michael Johanek, director, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, U.S. Air Force Warfare Center, and commander, 365th ISR Group, officiated the ceremony.
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Col. Jonathan C. Rice IV takes command of the 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing July 7, 2017. Maj. Gen. Mary F. O’Brien, commander, 25th Air Force, officiated the ceremony at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Areca Bell) Senior Intelligence Officer takes command of 363rd ISR Wing
Col. Jonathan C. Rice IV took command of the 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing July 7 in a ceremony officiated by Maj. Gen. Mary F. O’Brien, commander, 25th Air Force. Rice received the guidon after Col. Michael Stevenson relinquished command.
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Chief Master Sgt. Edward Slacum (left), 548th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group superintendent, utilizes a virtual reality headset to explore a C-130 Hercules at Beale Air Force Base, Calif., May 24, 2017. One of the main uses for the VR technology is to provide a hands-on, realistic training environment for Airmen working in intelligence to properly identify aircrafts from various countries. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lauren Parsons/Released) Creating an innovation ecosystem: Beale brings virtual reality to life
The new VR headset and remote, provided to the squadron by 25th Air Force Cryptologic Office, Cryptologic Force Management, is only the beginning of a new initiative at the 548th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group: creating an innovation ecosystem. This culture aims to foster new opportunities and introduce technologies, like VR, to the intelligence world - with a long-term objective of being introduced Air Force-wide, giving Airmen new capabilities in training, operations and building resiliency.
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Col. Christopher Russell accepts command of the 625th Operations Center from Brig. Gen. James Cluff, vice commander, 25th Air Force, June 16. Command changes at 625th Operations Center
Col. Christopher Russell accepts command of the 625th Operations Center from Brig. Gen. James Cluff, vice commander, 25th Air Force, June 16.
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On June 8, Brig. Gen. James R. “Cliffy” Cluff, vice commander, 25th Air Force, accepts his general officer flag from Gen. Tod D. Wolters, commander, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, U.S. Air Forces Africa and Allied Air Command; and director, Joint Air Power Competence Centre, after his promotion. Cluff is responsible to the 25th Air Force commander for providing multisource Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance products, applications, capabilities and resources; electronic warfare; and integrating cyber ISR forces and expertise. Vice commander receives first star
On June 8, Brig. Gen. James R. “Cliffy” Cluff, vice commander, 25th Air Force, accepts his general officer flag from Gen. Tod D. Wolters, commander, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, U.S. Air Forces Africa and Allied Air Command; and director, Joint Air Power Competence Centre, after his promotion. Cluff is responsible to the 25th Air Force commander for
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BJ Jones, 25th Air Force History office, recently spent several hours, in the dark of night, restoring a piece of history, in the form of graffiti, on the Berlin Wall exhibit in 25th Air Force’s Belvedere Park courtyard.  Graffiti Restored on Berlin Wall Section
In recent days, there have been a rash of reports to the 25th Air Force Facilities office about vandalism on a wall located near the entrance to Building 2000. Fortunately, the ‘tagging’ being reported is a case of mistaken identity, a bit of historical restoration, and not a case of tagging.
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Maj. Gen. Mary F. O’Brien takes command of 25th Air Force from Gen. Mike Holmes, Commander of Air Combat Command, May 31, at Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland.
New 25th Air Force commander takes reins of vast ISR enterprise
Maj. Gen. Mary F. O’Brien took command of 25th Air Force today at Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland. Maj. Gen. Bradford "B.J." Shwedo relinquished command during the ceremony, presided over by Gen. Mike Holmes, Commander of Air Combat Command.
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One thing the silent warfighters of American Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance seldom see is recognition for their hard work and dedication to the global ISR mission. That is why the Larson Awards are vital to 25th Air Force, National Air and Space Intelligence Center and the Airmen they recognize through the program. Outstanding ISR Airmen given chance to shine with Larson Awards
One thing the silent warfighters of American Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance seldom see is recognition for their hard work and dedication to the global ISR mission. That is why the Larson Awards are vital to 25th Air Force, National Air and Space Intelligence Center and the Airmen they recognize through the program.
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Amanda McGlone, Department of Defense Executive Leadership Development Program participant, experiences virtual reality simulations during the group’s visit to 25th Air Force Headquarters May 10. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Sharon Singleton) Civilians gain leadership, warfighter support skills through ELDP
The Department of Defense Executive Leadership Development Program has been molding leaders for over 30 years. In keeping with that tradition, the ELDP class of 2017 gained valuable knowledge of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and cyber missions and capabilities while visiting 25th Air Force Headquarters at JBSA – Lackland May 9.
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