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The 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing chaplain’s office pose for a group photo May 3, 2018, at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, after being named the 2017 Air Force Best Small Chapel. With a long list of accomplishments throughout the year, this team of five put in the care and effort to strengthen the spiritual pillar of the 70th ISRW’s human weapon system, not just at Fort Meade, but at all of the wing’s  Geographically Separated Units around the world. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes) Small chapel team praised as best in Air Force for 2017
After being honored with the best small chapel award for Air Combat Command two times, it has finally happened. The 70th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing Chapel has been named the Air Force’s Best Small Chapel of the Year for 2017.
0 5/18
2018
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Tech Report: Ground Based Radar Early Warning System
The U.S. Air Force maintains seven ground based early warning radar systems capable of detecting attacks and conducting general space surveillance and satellite tracking, located in seven separate locations around the globe, helping U.S. forces stand ready to respond in a moments notice.
0 4/25
2018
Default Air Force Logo US Air Forces Central Command realigns aircraft and airmen to Kandahar Airfield
U.S. Air Forces Central Command has realigned aircraft, Airmen and assets to Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, to support increased airpower requirements of Afghan National Defense and Security Forces and U.S. forces tasked to carry out the South Asia Policy under Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and the Resolute Support Mission.
0 1/24
2018
Default Air Force Logo Second annual enlisted RPA pilot selection board convenes at AFPC
The second annual enlisted remotely piloted aircraft pilot selection board meets at the Air Force Personnel Center this week to identify the next enlisted group to attend RPA pilot training as part of the deliberate approach to enhance the Air Force’s Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance mission.
0 1/18
2018
Default Air Force Logo Tech Report: MC-12 Liberty
FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (AFNS) -- The MC-12W Liberty provides intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance to ground forces all over the world. In this Air Force Tech Report, learn about the capabilities of the MC-12W.The Air Force Tech Report is a video series that gives viewers a quick look at current technology the Air Force uses to fly,
0 8/28
2017
A Polish air force pilot performs preflight checks in an F-16 Fighting Falcon before taxiing for a mission at the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, April 24, 2017. The Polish Airmen are part of the 60-nation coalition force supporting Operation Inherent Resolve in the fight against ISIS. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released) Weather flight critical to coalition mission
Dropping bombs on target in Syria and Iraq during combat missions supporting Operation Inherent Resolve requires a complex array of information, including intelligence gathered well in advance of the combat sortie. Often times, this intelligence is gathered by coalition partners flying out of the 407th Air Expeditionary Group. But there is an unseen force providing those units information critical to their mission.
0 5/01
2017
Default Air Force Logo Eagle Eyes program encourages Airmen to watch, report, protect
With acts of terrorism always a possibility, it’s every Airman’s duty to remain vigilant and report suspicious activity when they see it. That’s where the Eagle Eyes program plays a vital role in protecting personnel and Defense Department assets.
0 9/28
2016
Default Air Force Logo ISR invests in infrastructure, Airmen
Increasing demands for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, coupled with limited funding across the Air Force, were discussed during the Air Force Association’s monthly breakfast Feb. 18, in Arlington, Virginia.
0 2/20
2015
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.
0 10/23
2014
Staff Sgt. Chris Strunk presents a memorial wreath during the annual Anniversary Week Remembrance Ceremony Sept. 26, 2014, at the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency headquarters on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Andrew Caulk) ISR agency remembers, honors its legacy
Four of the most influential leaders of the Air Force intelligence community were forever enshrined into the heritage of the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency, during a ceremony here Sept. 27.
0 9/29
2014
Default Air Force Logo Largest ISR weapons, tactics conference charts joint vector
For the eighth consecutive year tacticians and subject matter experts from across the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance community, met at the Air Force ISR Agency headquarters here to help shape the future direction of the Air Force -- this time in concert with its sister services.
0 8/20
2014
Equipped with the Dismount Detection Radar pod, the Proteus aircraft takes off from the flightline April 22, 2014, at the Mojave Airport Civilian Flight Test Center in California. The flight marked the first developmental test flight of the system. The DDR program office from Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., led the effort and plans to use the DDR as a model for other open system architecture radar designs. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Matthew Cook) DDR design poised to serve as open systems architecture pathfinder
The Air Force's Dismount Detection Radar, or DDR, pod underwent its first test flight above the Mojave Airport Civilian Flight Test Center in California, April 22.
0 5/08
2014
Air Force Basic Military Trainees from the 323rd Training Squadron hurry down stairs at a facility here during the month of October 2013. The Force Protection office at Hanscom AFB, Mass., is working to ensure trainees’ safety with the installation of surveillance systems in common areas to identify personnel coming and going. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan G. Wilson-Crow) Force protection team helps keep trainees safe
A program office here is using its expertise to help ensure the safety of Air Force trainees. Following occurrences of sexual misconduct during basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, a commander's directed-investigation looked at various programs and procedures to see how the behavior could be prevented.
0 1/09
2014
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