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  • AFCO evolves ISR training for today’s tech savvy Airmen

    The Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Airmen in today’s Air Force are much more technologically savvy than their predecessors, and the Air Force Cryptologic Office at Twenty-Fifth Air Force is revolutionizing the way modern Airmen learn to win the fight.
  • Heithold recognizes Silent Warriors, extraordinary people at 70th anniversary banquet

    Theodore Roosevelt once said, “The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people.” Retired U. S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Bradley Heithold reiterated this belief during his remarks at the Twenty-Fifth Air Force Banquet celebrating ‘70 Years in the Fight” Sept. 29, 2018.
  • Vice commander discusses technological advancements, future ISR requirements

    Brig. Gen. Marty “Moose” Reynolds, vice commander, Twenty-Fifth Air Force, thanked attendees at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) September luncheon for their continued support and dedication to educating San Antonio youth and for being ambassadors of service.
  • Evolving technology provides full-spectrum decision advantage to warfighters

    The final piece in this four-part series on Twenty-Fifth Air Force’s contributions to the Air Force in the last 70 years captures the Numbered Air Force’s involvement in Operation DESERT SHIELD and its influence into the 21st century.
  • New name, new technology lead command into fight against terrorism

    As U.S. Air Force Security Service continued to grow in the 1970s, the organization became thoroughly involved in electronic warfare, demonstrating that capability during Tactical Air Command’s Blue Flag 79-1 exercise in 1978.
  • Twenty-Fifth Air Force: 70 years in the Fight

    America’s air campaign continued after Vietnam and U.S. Air Force Security Service continued providing mission data for air operations as well as ground capabilities.
  • Direct Support Operators reach new heights

    The direct support operators of the 25th Intelligence Squadron have a unique mission, flying as members of U.S. Air Force Special Operations aircrews in what are many times stressful, dangerous missions. As a testament to their heroic actions, three of these outstanding operators have earned the Distinguished Flying Cross.
  • Twenty-Fifth Air Force prepares to celebrate 70th anniversary

    As the U.S. Air Force celebrated its 70th Anniversary last September, 25th Air Force was looking ahead in anticipation of its 70-year milestone this year.
  • 363d ISRW takes innovation from buzzword to reality

    Innovation is no longer just a buzzword; it’s a reality (virtually) at the 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing. Over a 10-day period, the wing’s senior leadership and Airmen from the 363d ISRW worked with industry partners in a collaborative workspace right in the heart of downtown Norfolk, Virginia. The objective was to use virtual reality software to simulate notional adversary scenarios with multiple targets in various stages.