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  • Principles of Instructions Course, making Airmen Competent Military Instructors

    Airmen need the necessary tools to teach new skills to other Airmen effectively. The Principles of Instructions course taught here gives Airmen these tools and teaches them how to be effective communicators and instructors.
  • Beale ALS adapts as AF culture changes

    With an instructor cadre of three NCOs and one senior NCO, the Airman Leadership School at Beale AFB may seem small, but they know how they are impacting future leaders of the Air Force. With most of the Senior Airmen students from Beale and a few from surrounding bases, this cadre knows that helping the Air Force’s newest NCOs adapt to a changing culture will need to start with them. “In the Air Force, the one constant is change, and being able to adapt to those changes is critical,” said Master Sgt. StaLissa K. Mendez, the commandant of Beale ALS. “If we are not able to adapt and change with the times, we are going to be left behind.”
  • 234th IS Commander wins sword fighting gold medal

    Lt. Col. Robert G. Childs, 234th Intelligence Squadron commander, brought home a gold medal in the Open Rapier and Dagger category at the Swordfish XIV martial arts tournament.
  • 480th ISRW command chief immersed in 548th ISRG mission

    Chief Master Sgt. Trey Walker, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing command chief, visited the 548th ISR Group, Beale Air Force Base, California, Nov. 3-6.During his visit, he met the Airmen who contribute to the mission of delivering combat power by providing timely intelligence.These Airmen included those at the Distributed
  • 195th Wing vital to connecting MQ-9, CA firefighters

    The MQ-9 Reaper has been instrumental in fighting the California wildfires, but it is Airmen of the 195th Air National Guard Wing who have been a vital part of fire suppression in California.
  • Beale kicks off CFC

    Beale kicked off the 2019 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) during an all-call at Beale Air Force Base, California, Nov. 8.The CFC is the world’s largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, whose mission is to promote and support philanthropy through a program that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing
  • Beale ISR mission migrates to activated 16th AF Information Warfare NAF

    With the Air Force constantly evolving over 72 years, Beale and its reconnaissance mission is staying relevant with the recent activation of the 16th Air Force Numbered Air Force (NAF), the first of its kind.
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 9th CES partner to protect Beale’s natural resources

    Beale is made up of more than 25,000 acres of grassland and riparian area, which allows for hunting, fishing, and other outdoor recreation. The base is tasked with conserving and protecting by the Sikes Act which mandates military installations develop and implement Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans. Part of this plan includes conservation law enforcement, so the base has recently partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to bring Jesse Travis, a FWS Federal Wildlife Officer, on the installation to enforce said laws.
  • Windshield Damage On The Road

    Many people have expressed concern about the truck drivers on the road around Beale and how the gravel they carry damage the roads and windshields. Beale partnered with Western Aggregates Company to find a solution on how we can help the community.Beale compiled reports about damage sustained to vehicles from rock trucks. The following is data was
  • 9th CS Cybersecurity Airmen discuss security’s importance

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Cybersecurity is a critical component to mission success, which everyone in the chain of command has a responsibility to maintain. The 9th CS Cybersecurity office uses this month to highlight the importance of cybersecurity.Cybersecurity awareness month is an opportunity for Airmen to be reminded