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  • Airmen utilize commercial software simulations to enhance intelligence analysts’ training opportunities

    The commercial software, which Kevin has nicknamed Sentinel Sim, is a first-person military video game that simulates full-spectrum tactical military operations. It comes preloaded with scenario editors which allow users to add their own ground forces and military equipment, to include ISR assets.
  • LION Board roars innovation

    Innovation is a subject you might hear about a lot in today’s Air Force. Often, discussions about innovation get a bit complicated. So, the 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing has found a way to simplify unleashing the wing’s most important resource, Airmen, and their great ideas.
  • 480th ISRW welcomes new commander

    U.S. Air Force Col. Max Pearson, the new 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing commander, accepted the wing’s guidion from Maj. Gen. Mary O’Brian, 25th Air Force commander, during the change of command ceremony here on June 19, 2018.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • ACC commander visits Goodfellow

    Gen. Mike Holmes, Commander of Air Combat Command, visited the 17th Training Wing to learn more about the training mission, May 30. As the ACC commander, Holmes is responsible for the Air Force core function of Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance. Many of the Airmen that graduate training at Goodfellow go on to work at ACC units aligned with that function.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Artificial intelligence proves beneficial for ISR data interpretation

    The 526th Intelligence Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada recently hosted an Artificial Intelligence and Design Thinking seminar at AFWERX Vegas. Event Guest Speaker Chief Master Sgt. Ian, superintendent of the 9th Intelligence Squadron at Beale AFB, California, introduced more than 100 Airmen, contractors and Department of Defense employees
  • 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.
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