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  • Joint Base San Antonio salutes Fiesta with military parade

    The Fiesta Military Parade is the annual salute to Fiesta at Joint Base San Antonio. Attendees at this year's parade included the Fiesta Royalty and officials, civic leaders and military commanders. Maj. Gen. B.J. Shwedo, commander, 25th Air Force, attended the parade, along with Col. James Cluff, vice commander, 25th Air Force.
  • The Pillars II - Sleep

    Whether active-duty Air Force, civilian or contractor, life happens, and you can’t always be prepared for it. An important part of making daily Air Force missions happen is ensuring Airmen are ready for what life hands them. Chaplain (Maj.) Jim Bridgham, wing chaplain, and Capt. Jerry Walker III, Ph.D., Surgeon General, 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 25th Air Force, have created 'The Pillars' podcasts to help Airmen boost their resilience. (U.S. Air Force Podcast by Chaplain (Maj.) Jim Bridgham and Capt. Jerry Walker, Ph.D.)
  • Defensive Cyberspace Operations upgrade with new Cyberspace Threat Intelligence Center

    Distinguished guests, Airmen from the 35th Intelligence Squadron and civilians met for the opening ceremony and ribbon cutting for the Cyberspace Threat Intelligence Center, Apr. 10.
  • For the Airmen, by the Airmen; AFAF lends critical support to fellow Airmen

    One day, you or an Airman you may know may need financial support to fly home for an unexpected family emergency or a surviving Air Force spouse may need temporary housing and that’s when the Air Force Assistance Fund will be there to take care of our Airmen – both path and present. The AFAF is an annual effort to raise funds for the charitable affiliates that provide support to the Air Force family in need (active duty, retirees, reservists, guard and dependents, including surviving spouses. The charitable affiliate organizations provide support in an emergency, with educational needs, or a secure retirement home for widows or widowers of Air Force members in need of financial assistance, according to the AFAF website.
  • Member of Congress briefed on center's nuke role

    U.S. Representative Bill Posey paid a visit to the Air Force Technical Applications Center here April 11 to receive an update on the center’s nuclear treaty monitoring role and its involvement in recent global events.Posey, accompanied by his District Director Patrick Gavin and Director of Community Relations Rob Medina, met with Col. Steven M.
  • Intelligence Exploitation Analysts: Creating cyberspace warriors

    As one of Air Combat Command’s integral assets, the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing is home to several cyberspace warriors, including the exploitation analysts of the 41st Intelligence Squadron.
  • Deployed-in-place – building resiliency

    The 450th Intelligence Squadron, in partnership with the 693rd Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Group’s Airmen Resiliency Team, host a monthly Warbird Resiliency Week at Ramstein Air Base. This program provides a venue for deployed-in-place Airmen to collectively discuss how they deal with the stressors of having such a lifestyle and offer a normalized, phased resiliency period for every squadron member.
  • Hanscom acquisition experts have new GEOINT advocate

    One team at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center here works to enable more than 90 acquisition programs know the earth, show the way and understand the world. Hanscom is the top acquisition customer of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency in the Department of Defense. Many programs here either contribute to geospatial intelligence collection, or are dependent on it.
  • Persistent surveillance gives squadron its global purpose

    Deep within the walls of a four story structure along Florida’s Space Coast sits a squadron of Airmen whose number one mission is to detect, identify and locate nuclear explosions anywhere in the world.The Technical Surveillance Squadron, a subordinate unit to the Air Force Technical Applications Center, operates 24/7/365 and provides persistent
  • Airman Resilience Teams keep Silent Warriors ready to fight, ready for life

    Whether active-duty Air Force, civilian or contractor, life happens, and you can’t always be prepared for it. An important part of making daily Air Force missions happen is ensuring Airmen are ready for what life hands them.
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