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  • 9th MXG maintain rare U-2 Black Letter Jet at Beale

    A team of Airmen from the 9th Maintenance Group certified a U-2 Dragon Lady as a rare black-letter jet for flight March 17, 2019 Beale.
  • Air National Guard allows Airmen to continue serving, keep benefits

    Separating from the military can be a stressful experience, people are often nervous when transitioning from the military to the civilian world. The Air National Guard can allow them to experience the best of both worlds. The Guard is currently comprised of more than 100,000 Airmen, a majority of whom have spent some time on active duty. These Airmen have continued to serve in both a part-time and full-time capacity upon separation from the active duty Air Force.
  • ISR Group at Beale connects Airmen to commercial innovators at Collider Demo

    A new Air Force program is connecting Airmen with startup innovators to solve complex solutions, and Beale is at the forefront.
  • CMSAF Wright visits Recce Town

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright visited multiple units and hosted an all call at Beale, March 20-21, 2019.
  • Beale Medical Group restructures organization of Family Health Clinic

    The 9th Medical Group recently executed a restructure of its Family Health Clinic to create two units of focused care: active duty beneficiaries and all other beneficiaries.
  • 9th Medical Group gears up for deployment training

    The 9th Medical Group trained for potential deployment conditions with several mock exercises and simulated medical emergencies on base, March 6, 2019.
  • 548th ISRG Looks ‘Outside the Box’ to Develop Air Force Leaders

    Air Force leaders at every level pursue answers to one burning question: How do we build tomorrow’s exceptional leaders? As Airmen progress through their careers, traditional professional military education (PME) programs provide a tiered approach to professional development and leadership growth. However, these opportunities have specific time and rank requirements, leaving gaps during which leaders search for alternative avenues to develop themselves and their Airmen.
  • Breaking into The Vault: 548th ISRG unveils new DGS-2 heritage room

    Members of the 548th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group celebrated the grand opening of their new heritage room, The Vault, at Distributed Ground Station-2 (DGS-2) on base, March 5, 2019.
  • Black History Month potluck brings base together

    Beale held a potluck Feb. 26, 2019 at the Valley Chapel Grand Hall to celebrate Black History Month.9th Reconnaissance Wing Chaplain Capt. Charles Ugo was a guest speaker at the event. He detailed his journey from Nigeria into the Air Force, helping to explore the theme of this year’s event of “Black Migrations.” This theme emphasized the movement
  • Flying High: Enlisted Pilots’ integral role in 12th RS

    In 2017, the Enlisted Pilot Initial Class (EPIC) consisting of 12 enlisted Airmen became the first enlisted pilots since 1942 to fly operational sorties. These highly qualified pilots were assigned to the 12th Reconnaissance Squadron at Beale and the 348th RS at Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, where they began flying reconnaissance missions in the RQ-4 Global Hawk alongside their commissioned counterparts.