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Vacancies exist in the Reserve's ISR Group, Human Intelligence Squadron and Geospatial Intelligence/Measurement and Signature Intelligence Squadron, all at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; the Targeting Intelligence Squadron at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va.
Video images that the UAVs collect are streamed to intelligence squadrons, also back in the United States.
Other field-level maintenance organizations receiving Secretary of Defense Maintenance Awards: Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light 47, Helicopter Maritime Strike Wing, Navy, and 303d Intelligence Squadron, Air Combat Command, Air Force, in the small category; 297th Transportation Company, 2nd Chemical Battalion, Army, and 437th Maintenance Squadron/315th Maintenance Squadron (Reserve), Air Mobility Command, Air Force, in the medium category; and 3rd Maintenance Group, 3rd Wing, Air Force, in the large category.
390th Intelligence Squadron, Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan: Air Force SrA Curtis Towne.
During his Air Force career he also served as the Chief, Intelligence Operations Division, North American Defense Command and United States Space Command; as Commander, 390th Intelligence Squadron, Kadena AB, Japan; the Air Force legislative liaison to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees and Armed Services Committees; and Air Staff Tactical Cryptologic Program Element Monitor.
She was my best friend for 27 years," said Spaulding, a 24th Intelligence Squadron member at Ramstein.
The 718th Intelligence Squadron reports to the 940th Operations Group at Beale Air Force Base, Calif.
Ronald Poulin, 97th Intelligence Squadron * Radio Over Internet Protocol Routed Network Team, Air Mobility Command: Col.