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  • ISR Airmen share ideas, inspire change through AFWERX campaign

    Innovation is a common buzzword in today’s Air Force, but the Airmen of Distributed Ground Station One are harnessing the power of a new Air Force platform that crowdsources ideas on how to improve day-to-day operations.
  • ISR Effects initiative connects intel Airmen with outcome of efforts

    Intelligence analysts are often the driving force behind mission successes worldwide. Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Airmen take data from all domains, analyze it and turn it into decision quality information for countless customers on a daily basis.
  • Breaking into The Vault: 548th ISRG unveils new heritage room

    Members of the 548th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group celebrated the grand opening of their new heritage room, The Vault, at Distributed Ground Station-2, March 5.
  • 548th ISRG looks ‘outside the box’ to develop leaders

    One of the questions Air Force leadership seeks to answer is how to build the exceptional leaders of tomorrow.
  • Intel Airman earns Levitow three-peat in EPME

    Throughout an enlisted Airman’s career, as they progress in rank, completion of three Enlisted Professional Military Education courses becomes a requirement. These EPME courses coincide with the three enlisted tiers: Airman Leadership School, Non-Commissioned Officer Academy and Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy.
  • Cyber Airmen successfully convert AFSC in HAF initiative

    Approximately one year ago, Headquarters Air Force kicked off an initiative to promote increased cyber fundamentals training across all Air Force Specialty Codes. The objective was meant to help determine differential training for Airmen in knowledge operations management, cybersurety, cable and antenna systems, computer systems programming and client systems career fields.
  • Airman’s quick response saves life

    It was a typical Friday afternoon in February for Staff Sgt. Brandon Nickell, an intelligence analyst assigned to the 8th Intelligence Squadron, who had plans to leave work, head to the gym for a quick workout and eventually start his weekend of relaxation – there was however, a slight change of plans.
  • 303rd IS innovates internship program

    Commenced in September 2018, the Skivvy Nine Internship Program (SNIP) is an ongoing career development initiative that cultivates young intelligence analysts. The SNIP stands as a high-yield, low-risk answer to the question, “How are we deliberately developing our Airmen?” The program sends analysts to various offices throughout the 694th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group in order to increase an Airman’s cross-functional knowledge, expand mission capabilities, and cultivate problem-solving skills.
  • 480th ISRW Airmen attend Startup Grind conference

    Thirty-six Airmen assigned to the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing attended the Startup Grind Global Conference Feb. 12 to 13 in Redwood City. Startup Grind, a community for entrepreneurs founded in Silicon Valley, educates, inspires, and connects more than 1,500,000 businesspersons from 500-plus chapters around the
  • EQ-4 Global Hawk controlled ‘Beyond Line of Sight’

    One of the assets flying missions from Al Dhafra Air Base, is the EQ-4 Global Hawk. This remotely piloted aircraft previously required coordination with other bases to control it while in the air. Now by utilizing technology this process can be conducted locally.

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