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Col. Jeremy Boenisch, 5th Combat Communications Group commander, explains the 5th CCG’s mission for civic leaders during a tour at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, May 31, 2018. The civic leaders visited the base with Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, to introduce them to 24th Air Force’s cyberspace mission and 25th AF’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. R.J. Biermann) ACC commander, civic leaders visit JBSA
Gen. Mike Holmes, commander Air Combat Command, and several civic leaders from across the command, visited the 24th and 25th Air Force at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, May 31, 2018. The visit was hosted to introduce attendees to 24th AF's cyberspace mission and 25th AF's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission.
0 6/06
2018
History Office recognized for preserving ISR’s past History Office recognized for preserving ISR’s past
Preserving history is important to those who lived it as well as those who follow in their footsteps, and the 25th Air Force History Office was recently recognized by the Air Force for their extraordinary efforts in documenting the past.
0 5/31
2018
From high-risk youth to national award winner – One Airman’s inspirational journey From high-risk youth to national award winner – One Airman’s inspirational journey
This extraordinary Airman, who graduated from Penn State, loves the work he does for the Air Force and his country, but things did not always come easy to him. A Buffalo, New York, native, U.S. Air Force Maj. Michael Butler has many accomplishments, including five Air Force-level awards, and soon he will add recipient of the prestigious, national Arthur S. Flemming Award to the list. The annual Flemming award honors outstanding federal employees who made significant and extraordinary contributions to the federal government. Butler won in the leadership and management category.
0 5/31
2018
In the field of missile targeting, Staff Sgt. Sean, mobile missile targeting analyst, 20th Intelligence Squadron, is one of the most innovative and motivated members of 25th Air Force. Analyst eliminates threats faster through innovative targeting
In the field of missile targeting, Staff Sgt. Sean, mobile missile targeting analyst, 20th Intelligence Squadron, is one of the most innovative and motivated members of 25th Air Force. As a member of the Ballistic Missile Projects Team, Sean developed mobile missile targeting strategies, led the stand up of a 16-member innovation team and initiated squadron-to-squadron collaborations creating 15 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance tools.
0 5/10
2018
Master Sgt. Geoffrey VanDyck, 707th Force Support Squadron first sergeant, views an image of the tumor found on his auditory nerve. In May 2005, VanDyck was diagnosed with acoustic neuroma, a noncancerous, normally slow growing tumor that develops on the main vestibular nerve that leads from the inner ear to the brain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Veronica Pierce) First Sergeant continues career after tumor, hearing loss
More than ten years ago, while stationed in Hawaii, Master Sgt. Geoffrey VanDyck, had the constant feeling of water in his ear. He knew something was wrong. Nothing seemed to relieve the feeling, so his medical provider sent him to an ear, nose and throat specialist. After an MRI, the cause of his pain and discomfort was found: a golf ball-sized tumor, an acoustic neuroma.
0 5/02
2018
Graphic:  Failure, Failure, Failure, Success!!! Multi-domain innovation finds tactical edge through failures, successes
New technology brings with it new opportunities to embrace and challenges to overcome. In finding solutions to the latest operational challenges, Airmen may not be successful on their first attempt, and that’s OK.
0 4/18
2018
Formerly Homeless, Airman transform hardship in Motivation Formerly homeless, Airman transforms hardships into motivation
As a young, homeless man, Brian experienced hardships no teen should ever endure, but through hard work and determination, the future Airman discovered he was capable of doing much more than he thought he could. It all started when the teen’s mom would have heart issues. She would go in an ambulance and be gone for weeks, he said. The rent wouldn’t
0 3/12
2018
Senior Airman Dylan B. Melone (right), a clean room technician with the Air Force Technical Applications Center, shows Gen. Mike Holmes, commander of Air Combat Command, a transmission electron microscope grid he uses to accomplish AFTAC's trace particle analysis mission.  Holmes visited the nuclear treaty monitoring center, Patrick AFB, Fla., Jan. 24, 2018.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan A. Romano) Holmes, Batten pay first visit to nuclear treaty monitoring center
The commander of Air Combat Command paid his first visit to the Department of Defense’s sole nuclear treaty monitoring center recently to meet the Airmen responsible for providing forensic-level scientific data to support ACC and national decision makers.Gen. Mike Holmes, accompanied by his command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Frank Batten, flew in to
0 1/26
2018
Airman 1st Class Nathaniel, a cyber systems operations apprentice, researched and automated a fix action to establish 3D functionality in 36 IS’s newly purchased KVM (Keyboard, Video and Mouse) switches. Airman finds solution to unsolvable problem
When Airmen at the 363rd Intelligence and Surveillance Squadron discovered an issue with the three dimensional functionality on computer workstations vital to target analysts, one of their own highly-skilled Airmen found a solution and prevented $100,000 in equipment from becoming useless.
0 1/23
2018
Graphic illustration of the Air Force Technical Applications Center’s STEM program.  AFTAC Airmen selected for Air Force STEM awards
The winners of the 2017 Air Force Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Awards were recently announced and the Air Force Technical Applications Center had an exceptional presence among the winners. Of the fourteen packages Air Combat Command submitted for this year’s awards, seven winners were selected, and five of those were from AFTAC.
0 12/07
2017
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