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  • Diversity, inclusion engagement with 34th IS

    The 34th Intelligence Squadron recently hosted Chief Master Sgt. Janna Wesley, Chief of Military Force Management, to speak with Airmen about diversity and inclusion in the Air Force, Aug. 6.
  • Key Spouse to Airman – a story of dedication

    Most military spouses never raise their right hand and swear an oath to serve our country, but their commitment and contributions are paramount to mission success. 
  • 707th CS “Thunder Warriors” hold change of command

    The 707th Communications Squadron said farewell to a friend and leader, Lt. Col. Mark Betters, outgoing 707th CS commander, and welcomed a familiar face as Lt. Col. Stephanie Silva, former 707th CS deputy commander, assumed command of the squadron, July 10.
  • Gilbert assumes command of 543rd ISRG

    U.S. Air Force Col. Ty Gilbert assumed command of the 543rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group during a change of command ceremony here, July 1.
  • 70th ISRW bids farewell to Martemucci, welcomes Tyler

    The 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing held its change of command ceremony and bid farewell to Col. Matteo “Mooch” Martemucci to welcome Col. Brian Tyler, June 10.
  • Deceased 41st IS Airman identified

    An Airman who passed away May 21, has been identified as Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Bratten, assigned to the 41st Intelligence Squadron here.
  • 34th IS Airman pronounced dead

    An Airman assigned to the 34th Intelligence Squadron, 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, was found unresponsive and pronounced dead, April 18. 
  • A gift of life: Mighty 70th comes together in time of need

    Every once in a while, the stars align and things just work out. After battling with a kidney disease since she was 10-years-old, Amy Lynn Samulenas found out that she would need a transplant to save her life.
  • ALIS offers unique customer service capabilities

    The 668th Alteration and Installation Squadron, located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, may be a small, geographically separated part of the 70th ISR Wing, but the squadron’s dedicated Airmen have a big impact.
  • Talkin’ Swahili: What one Airman brings to the fight

    Everyone has a secret talent; the important thing is how we choose to use our abilities.  Senior Airman Njukia Kiuri, 32nd Intelligence Squadron signals intelligence analyst, has a particularly uncommon talent he uses regularly to help others.Kiuri was born in Lubbock, Texas, but moved back to his family’s home country of Kenya when he was less