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  • Larson Awards program brings brightest ISR Airmen together

    Every year, 25th Air Force recognizes the best Airmen in a variety of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance career fields through the Larson Awards program.
  • Air Force Cyber Mission Force teams reach ‘full operational capability’

    Air Forces Cyber announced today all Air Force Cyber Mission Force teams achieved full operational capability May 11.  The 39 total force teams, comprising more than 1,700 Airmen, civilians and contractors, were deemed sufficiently manned, trained and fully mission-ready more than four months ahead of the September 30 U.S. Cyber Command
  • Air Force transitions to a single combat uniform

    Air Force leaders announced the service will move to a single combat utility uniform, adopting the Operational Camouflage Pattern, or OCP, already in use by the Army and Airmen in combat zones and in certain jobs across the Air Force. Starting Oct. 1, 2018, Airmen who have serviceable OCPs may wear the uniform, and Airmen can purchase OCPs at Army and Air Force Exchange Services at the following locations: Aviano Air Base, Charleston Air Force Base, Shaw Air Force Base, and MacDill Air Force Base. These initial locations will allow uniform manufacturers to produce additional stocks for other locations, eventually outfitting the total force in the coming months.
  • Embedded care teams work to improve Airman resiliency

    For Airmen at the 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, stress is an occupational hazard. Pressing deadlines, a heavy workload and constant pressure are requirements of the mission. They are also one of a growing number of units combating those stressors with an embedded care initiative, known as an Airman Resiliency Team, which fully integrates medical and spiritual support teams into the unit.
  • Air Force directs one-day operational safety review

    Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein directed all Air Force wings with flying and maintenance functions to execute a one-day operational safety review by May 21, 2018.
  • Analyst eliminates threats faster through innovative targeting

    In the field of missile targeting, Staff Sgt. Sean, mobile missile targeting analyst, 20th Intelligence Squadron, is one of the most innovative and motivated members of 25th Air Force. As a member of the Ballistic Missile Projects Team, Sean developed mobile missile targeting strategies, led the stand up of a 16-member innovation team and initiated squadron-to-squadron collaborations creating 15 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance tools.
  • Florida Airmen Skype with Georgia middle school students

    Two Airmen from the Air Force Technical Applications Center here chatted with students from a Georgia middle school via Skype April 25 to discuss how science, technology, engineering and math are used by members of the military.Tech. Sgt. BreAnne Groth, a satellite operations system analyst, and Staff Sgt. Jordan Peterson, an AFTAC web developer,
  • Reorganization brings structure, leadership to treaty monitoring center

    In a week that saw 13 formal ceremonies including 11 activations, five inactivations, and 10 assumptions of command, the Air Force Technical Applications Center here successfully completed its reorganization April 9-13 after more than five years of planning.The organization change request, better known as “AFTAC 2.0” to the center’s 1,000+
  • Intel Airmen proficient in German… fitness test

    Bi-annually, American service members are given the opportunity to show their determination and fitness by completing the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Germany’s extreme military fitness test, the Bundeswehr. This year, eight 70th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing Airmen passed the test and were honored for accomplishing the feat.
  • 29th Airmen Help Restore Water-Damaged CAP Headquarters

    With a thunderous swing of a sledge hammer, wooden shards explode into the blustery air surrounding the dilapidated storage building. After just a few hours, the building that has stood for decades has been reduced to a pile of rubble. One down, three to go.

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