JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas --
Twenty-Fifth Air Force officials released new mission, vision and priorities statements today, highlighting the capabilities 25th Air Force Airmen provide the Air Force and Joint teams and how 25th Air Force is postured to adapt to a dynamically-changing national security environment.
The new mission statement is: “We execute worldwide intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance to protect and defend the United States and its global interests.”
The new vision statement is: “We will employ innovative ISR, Cyber, & EW capabilities, fully integrated into joint multidomain operations, to detect, disrupt, deter, destroy, and defeat our adversaries.”
The new priorities are: Plan and Execute Today’s Fight; Restore Readiness, Drive Innovation, and Anticipate Tomorrow; Develop and Strengthen our Dedicated Professionals and their Families; and Integrate 24th Air Force and 25th Air Force Missions and Capabilities.
“These new mission, vision and priorities statements more accurately reflect who we are and the capabilities our Airmen provide,” said Maj. Gen. Mary O’Brien, 25th Air Force commander. “Unpredictable fiscal resources, emerging technologies, and an increasingly-complex and dangerous world are some of the variables driving us to revise these fundamental statements. What hasn’t changed is our Airmen – they’re incredible and doing amazing things.”
The new mission, vision and priorities statements form the foundation for the 25th Air Force Strategic Plan, which O’Brien anticipates releasing in March.