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Second Lt. Michael Emard creates slides from video snapshots Oct. 15, 2014, during a demonstration of the new Enhanced Reporting, Narrative Event Streaming Tool developed by the Air Force Research Lab, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The program streamlines some routine tasks performed by intelligence analysts in an effort to increase their overall effectiveness and allow for faster distribution of intellgence to those that need it. Emard is a 711th Human Performance Wing behavioral scientist. (U.S. Air Force photo/Wesley Farnsworth) New application aims to improve analyst's performance
Members from an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) team collaborated to create a new tool suite, which could be used by the Air Force intelligence community around the globe.
0 10/25
2014
Default Air Force Logo AF Medical Service seeks nominations for innovation award
Personnel assigned to the Air Force Medical Service and Air Reserve Component who have contributed an innovative achievement to the AFMS community are encouraged to compete for the AFMS Outstanding Achievement in Innovation Award and submit by Dec. 1.
0 10/24
2014
Default Air Force Logo AF adjusts enlisted retention results
Air Force officials announced an adjustment to the Junior Enlisted Retention Board which convened in June at the Air Force Personnel Center. Fifty Airmen who were not selected for retention during the FY14 force management ERB were offered the opportunity to remain on active duty following identification of an issue in the eligibility of Airmen meeting the board.
0 10/24
2014
2nd Lt. Joshua Nelson poses for a portrait at the 47th Flying Training Wing headquarters on Oct. 23, 2014. Nelson was credited for stopping a potential murder, then stopping a potential suicide, during a trip to Walmart.(U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Steven R. Doty) AF pilot saves life during stand-off
A West Virginia Air National Guard C-130 pilot was confronted with a life or death situation at Laughlin Air Force Base, in Del Rio, Texas, when he was face-to-face with a young man threatening a woman with a knife at a local Walmart. His military training helped him deal with the crisis.
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2014
A German Luftwaffe Tornado disconnects from the boom of a KC-135 Stratotanker Oct. 14, 2014, over Germany. Since the beginning of fiscal year 2015, Airmen at Royal Air Force Station Mildenhall, England, have performed 62 air refueling missions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston) Air Force Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.
0 10/24
2014
Airman 1st Class Charlie Martinez, 100th Force Support Squadron force management apprentice from Orlando, Fla., poses for a photograph with a newspaper clipping of himself Oct. 15, 2014, on RAF Mildenhall, England. The clipping was from Martinez’s time on X Factor United Kingdom, a televised British singing competition. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kate Maurer) Airman makes a name for himself on X Factor UK
Young Airmen are stationed all over the world and when at their home station are usually given the freedom to be reclusive "dorm dwellers" or indulgent in the local community. One young Airman decided just eating local cuisine or making local friends wasn't enough -- he wanted to be famous. Airman 1st Class Charlie Martinez, a 100th Force Support Squadron force management apprentice, tried out for and made it on the British television singing competition, X Factor United Kingdom.
0 10/24
2014
Geri Genant, left, demonstrates the capabilities of “Saul”, a germ-zapping robot, to Airmen Oct. 20, 2014, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va. The 633rd Medical Group partnered with Xenex Healthcare Services, Saul’s creator of the robot in effort to provide a safer healthcare facility for the Langley community. Genant is the Xenex Healthcare Services implementation manager. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Antoinette Gibson) AF hospital adds ‘virus-zapping' robot to inventory
Standing at 5 feet 2 inches tall, U.S. Air Force Hospital Langley's newest staff member doesn't initially have a commanding presence; however, after five minutes, its impact has the potential to save countless lives around the world.
0 10/24
2014
Master Sgt. Harry Kibbe chats with TV’s ‘Nashville’ cast members, from left, Charles “Chip” Esten, Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson and Aubrey Peeples. Kibbe interviewed the actors for the 2014 “Red, White and Air Force Blue Christmas” radio special. The one-hour program will be sent to more than 3,000 country radio stations in the U.S. and the Armed Forces Network for airing during the upcoming holiday season. Air Force Recruiting Service produces the annual holiday special. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dale Eckroth) AF Christmas radio special features TV's ‘Nashville’ cast
Millions of TV viewers know them as Deacon Claybourne, Scarlett O'Connor, Avery Barkley and Layla Grant from the hit ABC series, "Nashville."
0 10/23
2014
Jaime Thompson, U.S. Navy Lt. Seymour Johnson’s great-granddaughter, receives an introduction to the cockpit of an F-15E Strike Eagle Oct. 17, 2014, during a tour at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C. During her visit, Thompson familiarized herself with Seymour Johnson’s history and for the first time in her life was able to discover the full legacy left behind by her great-grandfather. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Aaron Jenne) Great-granddaughter learns about Seymour Johnson: the man and the base
The great-granddaughter of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base's namesake visited the base Oct. 17, and received a family history lesson she was not expecting.
0 10/23
2014
An artist's depiction of the Space Based Space Surveillance satellite. The Joint Space Operations Center uses data collected from the SBSS to track orbiting objects in geostationary low and medium earth orbit, providing space situational awareness to U.S. military and commercial space users. Members of the 1st Space Operations Squadron command and control the satellite. (Courtesy graphic) Space surveillance satellite flies past 4th anniversary
Members of the 1st Space Operations Squadron gathered to celebrate the Space-Based Space Surveillance Satellite's (SBSS) fourth anniversary on orbit recently.
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2014
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