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  • Intelligence, recruiting Airmen participate in Fleet Week

    Airmen from the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 317th Recruiting Squadron and Air Force Recruiting Services attended Fleet Week Baltimore to meet and talk with the local community October 6, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. These Airmen were given a chance to speak with the local community about their experiences and careers as Airmen throughout the week. Fleet Week Baltimore also gave Maryland residents an opportunity to meet and learn about U.S. maritime capabilities of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, along with promoting community growth and interaction with all services.
  • 70th ISRW SNCO receives Salute to Servicewomen Award

    Established in 2003, the Salute to Servicewomen Award has evolved from honoring women veterans to honoring women who are currently serving in the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Coast Guard, including the National Guard and Reserve components of each branch. Master Sgt. Kendra Sorice, 70th ISRW Inspector General Complaints and Resolutions superintendent, was awarded the 2017-2018 Servicewomen of the Year for the U.S. Air Force, during the 98th Annual National Convention, August 27, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • CAP Cadets trained on Cybersecurity by ISR Wing Airmen

    Cyber is the frontier of the future, and when it comes to our future, we must think of who will replace us. Who will carry on and create better and faster ways of doing things? The Airmen of the 7th Intelligence Squadron are working to answer that question by reaching out to their local Civil Air Patrol Squadron.
  • Advocates for change: 70th ISRW presents Innovation Summit 2018

    Innovation is a word that is often misapplied, overused or just seen as a buzzword. But, innovation for the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing and the Intelligence Community is a necessity to stay ahead of adversaries. The 70th ISRW continued to build a powerful network of innovators as they hosted an Innovation Summit at College Park, Maryland, on July 24, 2018, to help connect motivated individuals from across the wing and the Intelligence Community.
  • Wingmen Connect initiative aims to create healthier, more resilient Airmen

    An idea developed about three and a half years ago, after an Airman realized her coworkers needed guidance she was unable to provide. Although the location of her assignment was great, the Air Force unit was difficult to function within.
  • Air Force Cross Airman honors Intelligence Squadron legacy

    Heritage. It doesn’t have to be something tangible handed down, it can also be something that gives a sense of pride and belonging. In September 1944, the 11th Photographic Technical Unit was constituted, and on May 18, 2018, an Air Force Cross recipient, Master Sgt. Robert Gutierrez Jr., assisted the 29th Intelligence Squadron with honoring the 11th’s legacy at their Heritage Day ceremony.
  • Small chapel team praised as best in Air Force for 2017

    After being honored with the best small chapel award for Air Combat Command two times, it has finally happened. The 70th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing Chapel has been named the Air Force’s Best Small Chapel of the Year for 2017.
  • 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.
  • Searching for normal, AFW2 Airman aims for 2018 Trials

    Growing up as an ‘Army brat,’ she wanted to keep the family military tradition alive and wanted to join the Air Force. She enjoyed cheerleading in high school, but after graduation she went to basic Air Force Basic training in 2011. Everything was going as planned.
  • Airman enjoys being student, mastering Chinese culture, language

    Learning a new language can provide direct access to new literatures, new perspectives and new cultures. It can foster an understanding of the interrelation of language and human nature. It can also improve the knowledge of one’s own language; increasing native vocabulary skills. The benefits of learning a new language really are endless, as U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Abraham, an Airborne Cryptologic Language Analyst with the 70th Operations Support Squadron, has discovered. He joined the Air Force seven years ago with the goal of testing his abilities, and he has passed that test with flying colors.

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