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  • AFTAC inducts two onto Wall of Honor

    Two former members of the Air Force Technical Applications Center were inducted onto the center’s Wall of Honor May 16. In front of more than 200 family, friends, and former colleagues, retired Chief Master Sergeant Lloyd French and retired career civil servant Deborah Ward (via proxy) were

  • 70th ISRW celebrates AANHPI Heritage Month through culture fair

    Dr. Ravi I. Chaudhary, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Energy, Installations and Environment, and U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Isaiah Ogata, 7th intelligence Squadron network analyst, participate in a fireside chat during an Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders Heritage

  • Lightning the Load

    U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Amber Bevans, 512th Intelligence Squadron flight chief, holds a sign during a “Lightening the Load” event, April 19, 2024, at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. The 70th ISRW Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office hosted the event to honor and support victims of sexual

  • Define, Analyze, and Test - Training to Build Better Working Environments

    Communication is a fundamental part of professional and personal aspects of life. Learning how to relay information effectively can sometimes be a challenge.Beale introduced the Warfighter-Centered Design(WCD)/Military Scrum Master (MSM) dual course to all members of team Beale as the latest effort

  • 16th Air Force hosts Beale Military Liaison Council

    Sixteenth Air Force hosted the Beale Military Liaison Council to reinforce partnerships and afford the council a deeper understanding of the Information Warfare Numbered Air Force’s mission April 3-4.

  • 363d ISRW hosts Spring 2024 Wing Leadership Summit

    363d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing senior leadership, incoming and outgoing group commanders, squadron commanders, senior enlisted leaders, first sergeants, and directors gathered for the Spring Wing Leadership Summit in Newport News, Va., April 8 – 11, 2024. The summit

  • Political activity Dos and Don’ts for Airmen, Guardians, DoD employees

    In our democracy, elections are quite common, and with a presidential election this year, we can expect many opportunities for citizens to participate in the democratic process. With this in mind, it is important to be aware of specific guidelines that apply to service members and federal employees