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  • Advanced Instructor Course graduates enhance Shaw mission

    Five enlisted Team Shaw Airmen recently returned from the Advanced Instructor Course at the U.S. Air Force Weapons School, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.
  • 547th IS modernizes training facility for 21st century

    The 363d ISR Wing’s LION Board initiative has helped secure funds for multiple squadrons, covering ideas from postnatal recovery support to data backup in the cloud.
  • 547th IS Airman receives commendation medal

    Col. Melissa Stone, 363d ISR Wing commander, presented Master Sgt. Zachary H., 547th IS operations superintendent, with a surprise impact, Air Force Commendation Medal for outstanding achievement, June 14.
  • Stone assumes command of 363d ISR Wing

    The 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing conducted an assumption of command ceremony here, May 30.
  • 36th IS gives back to community, veterans

    Airmen from the 36th Intelligence Squadron volunteered a few hours of their time to support the Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center, May 3. 
  • 363d ISRW hosts collaboration event to induce efficiency, effectiveness

    SitScape, and CEO Kevin Yin, conduct an Airmen-Engineer engagement with members of the 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing during a one-day collaboration event held recently in Hampton.
  • JBLE observes SAAPM

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis observed Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month with various activities throughout Langley Air Force Base and Fort Eustis April 12.
  • 20th IS supports flood relief community efforts

    Airmen with the 20th Intelligence Squadron partnered with civilian and industry volunteers to provide assistance with relief efforts to those impacted by recent, catastrophic flooding in Nebraska and Iowa.
  • Military moms improve conditions

    In 1948, the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act was passed allowing women in military service to receive the same pay and benefits given to men, but it did not protect women who wanted to be mothers.
  • 20th IS initiative brings first fully-operational Spark Hub to Offutt

    In June 2018, five members from the 20th Intelligence Squadron, part of the 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, began building a network of like-minded Airmen to out-innovate U.S. adversaries. Today, this network, known as Soaring Buffalo, consists of Airmen from multiple Air Force career fields, squadrons, wings, Numbered Air Forces and major commands working together to solve warfighter problems. 
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