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  • Stanford H4D students tour Beale, gain valuable insight

    The 9th Intelligence Squadron hosted a four-person team from Stanford University’s Hacking 4 Defense class, Apr. 20, 2018. The non-profit organization, H4D’s purpose is to generate problem-solving cooperation between academia and the Department of Defense. This specific team’s goal is to help the Air Force through the continuous improvement processes associated with the conversion of traditional film for use on a digital platform associated with the aerial imagery process, exploitation and dissemination from the Optical Bar Camera that flies on the U-2 aircraft.
  • Competition Empowers Intelligence Airmen

    Inspired by the Hack-A-Thons of Silicon Valley, the Prod-A-Thon is a new competition designed to challenge the way Airmen analyze field intelligence.
  • Launch and recovery

    Crew Chiefs from the 9th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron perform daily maintenance on the U-2 Dragon Lady, which helps ensure the aircraft is ready to perform worldwide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions. These Airman also play a critical role in the launch and recovery process of the U-2 during the missions life cycle.
  • Enlisted soar to new heights

    Due to a shortage of pilots and an increased demand for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, the Air Force had to innovate and called upon enlisted Airmen to help supplement the number of pilots needed to meet our ISR demands by becoming remotely piloted aircraft pilots.
  • ART Provides First Line Healthcare to 548th ISRG Airmen

    To help the warfighter working random shifts at odd hours, the group has established an acute care clinic enabling an avenue to supplement the medical needs of Airmen assigned to Distributed Ground Site 2. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Feb. 23 which allowed the group to showcase the next step in improving the quality of life for Airmen assigned to DGS 2. The event celebrated the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance Wing’s first Operational Health Unit, which provides medical personnel and an exam room located in the Airmen’s immediate work area for ease of access.
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