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  • Air Force integrates missions, strengthens information warfare capabilities

    In March 2019, Air Force leaders decided to create a new information warfare Numbered Air Force with enhanced missions and capabilities. Today, Sixteenth Air Force activated here, integrating Twenty-Fourth Air Force, to include Air Forces Cyber, and Twenty-Fifth Air Force into a single headquarters that will provide global intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, cyber, electronic warfare, and information operations.
  • Haugh takes command of Twenty-Fifth Air Force

    Maj. Gen. Timothy D. Haugh assumed command of Twenty-Fifth Air Force from Maj. Gen. Mary F. O’Brien during a change of command ceremony presided over by Gen. Mike Holmes, Air Combat Command commander here, Aug. 29.
  • O'Brien, Leifer visit Cannon

    Maj. Gen. Mary F. O'Brien, Twenty-Fifth Air Force commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Summer Leifer, Twenty-Fifth Air Force command chief, received a 27th Special Operations Wing immersion brief with key personnel, an installation tour, and met with intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance Airmen assigned to the 43rd Intelligence Squadron, 306th IS, 56th Special Operations Intelligence Squadron, and 551st Special Operations Squadron here, Aug. 13.
  • Army GLOs enable joint combat power, battlefield safety

    The U.S. Department of Defense receives a significant amount of its intelligence from the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System, which simply put, is an enterprise of globally networked analysts and cyber professionals linked together by a global communications architecture. Although geographically separated, the sites work together to provide world-wide intelligence to multiple theaters of operation.
  • Off-duty Airman responds to accident, assists injured

    When Staff Sgt. Daniel Pierce left his San Antonio home March 2, 2019, headed for Round Rock, he did not have plans beyond reaching his final destination. But when he saw a serious collision while passing through Austin, he did not hesitate to assist.
  • Career Skills Program prepares Airmen for employment after service

    The Air Force Career Skills Program, or CSP, prepares Airmen through vocational and technical training for a specific career or trade when transitioning from military to civilian employment.
  • Divisional wins lead to state competition for AFTAC mentors

    The teams of two Air Force Technical Applications Center mentors will compete in the Odyssey of the Mind state competition April 6 at the University of Central Florida campus in Orlando.
  • Air Force hub uncovers insider threats

    “If you make a mistake, it is better to acknowledge that one small mistake than let it snowball into something more significant.” This, according to Jason Barron, Air Force Insider Threat Hub deputy director for operations, is the key to safeguarding important information and resources.
  • Air Force mentors coach Thomas Jefferson High School students for national cyber competition

    Created by the Air Force Association to encourage K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity, CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program that culminates annually with the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, where teams from across the United States compete for gold, silver, and platinum medals in online cybersecurity challenges. Twenty-Fifth Air Force members adopted two teams from San Antonio’s Thomas Jefferson High School to help prepare them for this year’s CyberPatriot competition.
  • Larson Awards presented to exceptional Airmen

    The Larson Awards are Twenty-Fifth Air Force’s way to recognize the top technicians vital to accomplishing intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions. Of the nearly 18,000 Airmen eligible to take the Larson Awards tests, 36 finalists were invited to San Antonio for a week of recognition activities, including a banquet where final medal rankings were revealed and the hardware was presented by Maj. Gen. Maj. Gen. Mary O’Brien, Twenty-Fifth Air Force commander and Chief Master Sgt. Stanley Cadell, Twenty-Fifth Air Force command chief. Airmen received gold, silver, and bronze medals during the 2018 Maj. Gen. Doyle E. Larson Awards ceremony, Dec. 6.
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