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TIDEWATER CHAPTER CHAPTER - Mar 19, 2014
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Luncheon Highlights ISR Operations

The March luncheon featured Don Hudson, technical director, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Wing, Langley Air Force Base. He gave a very enlightening presentation on the role of cyber and information technology in ISR operations. Technological advances in communications systems and processes have undergirded the evolution of tactical ISR processing, exploitation and dissemination, which have influenced changes in scope, complexity, scale, volume and type of operations. The close bond between the communications and ISR community has produced amazing warfighting results: 25,000 missions per year; 5 million signals intelligence reports; 2.5 million imagery targets; 1.4 million imagery products; 500 high value individuals killed/captured; and 1,000 improvised explosive devices discovered

Event Photographs:

In March, Col. Glenn Powell, USAF, chapter president, presents Don Hudson, technical director, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, Langley Air Force Base, with a chapter shirt.
In March, Col. Glenn Powell, USAF, chapter president, presents Don Hudson, technical director, 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, Langley Air Force Base, with a chapter shirt.
Col. Powell presents the March AFCEAN of the Month Award to Airman 1st Class Kylie Subjinske, USAF, Air Combat Command Computer Support Squadron, who distinguished herself by providing outstanding support during the Christopher Newport University Cyber Symposium.
Col. Powell presents the March AFCEAN of the Month Award to Airman 1st Class Kylie Subjinske, USAF, Air Combat Command Computer Support Squadron, who distinguished herself by providing outstanding support during the Christopher Newport University Cyber Symposium.
In March, Col. Powell presents Tristan Gerth (2nd from r) with a chapter plaque while Terry Guthrie (l), Tabb Science Department chair, and Tristanís mother Pam look on. Tristan, an 8th grader from Tabb Middle School, received the Young AFCEAN of the Month Award for February recognizing his keen interest and perseverance in researching and testing alternative energy sources using the AFCEA-funded Wind Generator and Fuel Cell.
In March, Col. Powell presents Tristan Gerth (2nd from r) with a chapter plaque while Terry Guthrie (l), Tabb Science Department chair, and Tristanís mother Pam look on. Tristan, an 8th grader from Tabb Middle School, received the Young AFCEAN of the Month Award for February recognizing his keen interest and perseverance in researching and testing alternative energy sources using the AFCEA-funded Wind Generator and Fuel Cell.

For more details regarding this event contact:
larry watlington
7572880958

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