633 ABW leadership team visits 363 ISRW, strengthens partnership between Wings Published Aug. 20, 2021 By Tech. Sgt. AJ Hyatt 363d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. -- The 633d Air Base Wing leadership team visited the 363d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing, August 16, 2021 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va. U.S. Air Force Col. Gregory Beaulieu, who assumed command of the 633 ABW in June 2021, visited various units at the 363 ISRW Langley campus along with U.S. Army Colonel Harry Hung, 633 ABW vice commander, Chief Master Sgt. Maribeth Ferrer, 633 ABW command chief, U.S. Air Force Colonel Timothy Herritage, 633d Mission Support Group commander, and Colonel Ann Marie McCain, 633d Medical Group commander. During their visit, Beaulieu and his team received a 363 ISRW unit mission brief and had the opportunity to meet with Airmen, Guardians, and Civilians from the 363d Intelligence Support Squadron, the 15th Intelligence Squadron, the 36th Intelligence Squadron, and the 17th Intelligence Squadron. “This visit allowed us to cement the partnership between both our Wings [363d ISRW and 633d ABW] and highlight how 633d ABW support to the 363d ISR Wing mission directly impacts multiple combatant commands across the globe,” said Colonel Eric Mack, 363 ISRW commander. “It takes a strong team to answer CSAF’s challenge to Accelerate Change and to compete with our adversaries in a high end fight, and we would fail without the continued solid support provided to us by the 633d Air Base Wing.” "We would fail without the continued solid support provided to us by the 633d Air Base Wing." - Colonel Eric Mack, 363d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing commander. When Beaulieu took command, he had three priorities that he wanted to focus on: defending the joint base, supporting the fight, and taking care of Airmen, Soldiers, and their families. “It was a great visit and opportunity to meet one of our mission partners on JBLE,” said Beaulieu. “Learning more about what they do is crucial. We have to ensure our U.S. military maintains its dominance in the ISR domain.” As the Joint Base Commander, Beaulieu commands three groups, providing installation support to more than 18,000 Air Force and Army personnel, including Headquarters Air Combat Command, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, four operational wings, eight brigades, and more than 20 major associate units. He is also responsible for providing mission-ready expeditionary Airmen to combatant commanders in support of joint and combined operations worldwide.