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  • Members of the 55th Wing bring the RJ to SA

    Members of the Air Force’s 55th Wing, out of Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, stopped by JBSA-Lackland, to demonstrate the unique capabilities of the RC-135, known as Rivet Joint. The Rivet Joint is one of several Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance aircraft used, in part, to collect, survey and analyze data.
  • 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.
  • U.S. Air Force pilots: Masters of the sky

    Pilots deployed with the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing come from different walks of life, fly a variety of aircraft, and play different roles within the Air Force’s five core missions supported here. However, they all serve a common purpose.
  • Command Surgeon recognized for decades of exemplary service

    When it comes to aviation medicine, Col. Paul A. Young, command surgeon, 25th Air Force, is one of the best, which is why he was selected by the Society of United States Air Force Flight Surgeons as the recipient of this year’s George E. Schafer Award.
  • Tech Ops Squadron is heartbeat of nuke treaty monitoring from air, sea, space

    When the Department of Defense needs bombs on target or fighters in the air, they reach out to any number of flying wings within the Air Force to task their squadrons to accomplish that mission. Yet when they need near-real time data of potential nuclear detonations, to include ballistic missile detection, radioactive plume debris collection, seismic activity or gamma ray emissions, there is only one wing within DoD that can meet that need.
  • 480th ISRW hosts Inaugural ICON Talks

    The 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing sponsored the inaugural Innovate, Collaborate, Organize and Network Talks Apr. 18 to 21, hosted at National Security Agency Hawaii. ICON Talks were developed to bring selected Airmen together from around the globe, across the entire 480th ISRW, to discuss innovative ideas and thought processes.
  • Air Force ISR Award Nominations Abound for 25 AF Airmen

    Airmen from 25th Air Force have once again demonstrated their proficiency in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, earning 12 of 19 individual nominations, and one of the two unit nominations, by Air Combat Command for the 2017 Air Force ISR Awards program. The annual ISR awards distinguish the “best of the best” among the thousands of outstanding Air Force ISR Airmen and units, according to the nomination instructions distributed earlier this fiscal year.
  • A TIMELESS TASK

    In the dark confines of a deployable van, the lingering smell of noxious gases offends the senses and stains ABUs. Those unpleasant odors radiate freedom from their metal confines because they belong to the only deployable Department of Defense unit providing the production, exploitation and dissemination of U-2 Dragon Lady aerial film.
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