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Stanford University students tour Beale Air Force Base as a part of the university's Hacking for Defense partnership. Stanford H4D students tour Beale, gain valuable insight
The 9th Intelligence Squadron hosted a four-person team from Stanford University’s Hacking 4 Defense class, Apr. 20, 2018. The non-profit organization, H4D’s purpose is to generate problem-solving cooperation between academia and the Department of Defense. This specific team’s goal is to help the Air Force through the continuous improvement processes associated with the conversion of traditional film for use on a digital platform associated with the aerial imagery process, exploitation and dissemination from the Optical Bar Camera that flies on the U-2 aircraft.
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Gary Sinise, Lt. Dan Band rock Team Beale Gary Sinise, Lt. Dan Band rock Team Beale
BEALE AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band came and rocked Team Beale April 27, 2018, after a rehearsal show of the Air & Space Expo at Beale Air Force Base, Calif.Since 2003, the Lt. Dan Band has entertained military personnel all over the world, in the United States and overseas. The band was named after Sinise’s role as Lt.
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Senior Airman Gabrielle Etheredge, 9th Maintenance Group maintenance scheduling technician, picks up completed tests during the Yuba City Academic Decathlon. Members of Team Beale volunteer for academic decathlon
More than 20 members of Team Beale volunteered for the Yuba City Academic Decathlon Feb. 3, 2017 at Marysville High School. The decathlon is a competition where local students complete a number of academic events with the winner qualifying for the California Academic Decathlon.
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Dr. Heather Graves, 9th Aerospace Medicine Squadron veterinarian, inspects a military working dog’s tail while Staff Sgt. Taylor Song, 9th Security Forces MWD handler, keeps him still Providing care to canine counterparts
9th Security Forces personnel depend on the Beale Medical Clinic for all their medical needs. Their canine counterparts, on the other hand depend on the Veterinary Clinic for top of the line care, which is provided by a veterinarian and team of Soldiers.
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Tech. Sgt. Peter Radosevich, 234th Intelligence Support Squadron imagery mission supervisor, coordinates full-motion video analysis of the Thomas Fire. Air National Guard provides aerial imagery support for Southern California fires
Air National Guard members from the 195th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group at Beale are providing aerial imagery support to fire departments battling fires in Southern California. The 163rd Air Attack Wing is providing video of the Thomas Fire to the 195th ISRG by utilizing an MQ-9 Reaper.
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A U-2 Dragon Lady prepares to taxi during Global Thunder 18, Beale showcases strategic capabilities during Global Thunder ‘18
Exercise Global Thunder 18, an annual command post and field training exercise, concluded here Nov. 7, 2017 with Beale Air Force Base and the 9th Reconnaissance Wing playing a key role.
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A U-2 Dragon Lady flies above the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, California High capability, high demand: Expeditionary reconnaissance squadron in Europe fulfills transregional requirements
Lt. Col. Jeremy Verbout is the 1st Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron commander in Europe. Verbout’s squadron is responsible for U-2 Dragon Lady operations in nearby regions and is essential in providing high-altitude intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance to combatant commanders.
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Gen. Mike Holmes, commander of Air Combat Command, meets with members of Team Beale July 26, 2017, at Beale Air Force Base, California. During his visit Holmes toured various facilities and met with Airmen from across base.(U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Justin Parsons) ACC commander visits Beale
Gen. Mike Holmes, commander of Air Combat Command, visited the base and met with members of Team Beale July 26-27. During his visit, Holmes toured various facilities where he spoke to Airmen and attended numerous meetings and briefings.
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Master Sgt. Alex, 12th Reconnaissance Squadron student pilot, poses for a photo in front of a RQ-4 Global Hawk June 21, 2017 at Beale Air Force Base, California. Alex was previously a sensor operator on the RQ-4 who was stationed at Beale before going through all of the training to become a remotely piloted aircraft pilot. He has returned to Beale to finish his training to become an enlisted pilot and fly the RQ-4. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tristan D. Viglianco) Enlisted soar to new heights
Due to a shortage of pilots and an increased demand for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, the Air Force had to innovate and called upon enlisted Airmen to help supplement the number of pilots needed to meet our ISR demands by becoming remotely piloted aircraft pilots.
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Staff Sgt. Aaron M. Tobler, a geospatial intelligence analyst with the 50th Intelligence Squadron, poses for a photo August 5, 2016, at Beale Air Force Base, California. Tobler was recently named one of 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year for the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Tara R. Abrahams) Citizen Airman named “Outstanding Airman of the Year”
Staff Sgt. Aaron M. Tobler, a geospatial intelligence analyst assigned to the 50th Intelligence Squadron here, was one of 12 Airmen selected for the “Outstanding Airman of the Year” award for the Air Force.
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