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  • 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
  • POL and tankers practice for mission effectiveness

    At an installation that houses the U-2 Dragon Lady, T-38 Talons and KC-135 Stratotankers the 9th Logistics Readiness Squadron Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants (POL) flight Airmen stay busy and must be ready at a moment’s notice.
  • Reconnaissance deployment readiness at a moment’s notice

    It happens every day, an Airmen needs to deploy around the world at a moment’s notice. The 9th Logistics Readiness Squadron Individual Deployment Readiness Cell powers through any challenge getting them out the door rapidly and onto the front step of Combatant Commanders.
  • Recce Town offers Maintainer for a day

    Airmen from various career fields now have a chance to learn about how their impact and mission comes together to make the bigger picture with maintainers.Airman 1st Class Nicholas Morris, 9th Communication Squadron mission defense team technician, and Staff Sgt. Stephanie Echeverria-Correa, 9th Force Support Squadron NCOIC of customer support,
  • Opening doors to the future 427th Reconnaissance Squadron ribbon cutting ceremony

    The 427th Reconnaissance Squadron celebrated the opening of a new Common Mission Control Center (CMCC) with a ribbon cutting ceremony here April 23, 2019. With the CMCC opening, it will provide combatant commanders, scalable, tailorable products and services for use in contested environments. Using software, hardware and human machine, the center
  • A Matter of FACT: Growing the U-2 pilot selection process with first-ever program

    For the first time, the 9th Reconnaissance Wing will open its aperture for recruiting U.S. Air Force pilots into the U-2 Dragon Lady through an experimental program beginning in the fall of 2018. Through the newly established U-2 First Assignment Companion Trainer (FACT) program, the 9th RW’s 1st Reconnaissance Squadron will broaden its scope of pilots eligible to fly the U-2 by allowing Air Force student pilots in Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) the opportunity to enter a direct pipeline to flying the U-2.
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