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655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing

655th ISR Wing

The 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Wing is an Independent wing under the 10th Air Force, Air Force Reserve Command, headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The organization officially became a wing Sept. 20, 2018, consisting of two Groups and 14 Classic Associate Unit intelligence squadrons across seven different states conducting 10 distinct missions.

 

Mission Statement: To develop highly-skilled Reserve Citizen-Airmen providing vital intelligence support to combatant commanders in order to “Fly, Fight, and Win.”

 

Vision Statement: To serve as the premier ISR Wing, with the most diverse ISR capabilities, creating timely, accurate and actionable intelligence providing decision advantage over our nation's adversaries.

655th ISR Wing News

  • FY 2021 quarterly CPI2 Impact Award winners

    Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command leaders announce the AFRC Continuous Process Improvement and Innovation Impact Award winners for Q1 FY '21.
  • myLearning digital platform expands courseware; announces new features

    Air Education and Training Command’s “myLearning” system is entering phase two of its rollout, adding new features scheduled to be available to Airmen and Guardians early this summer.
  • Current PCS, household goods affected by supply shortages

    According to a newly released communiqué from the Air Force’s Personal Property Activity Headquarters, “Department of Defense demand this peak (PCS) season has greatly exceeded commercial industry capabilities, largely due to resource constraints associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Per industry, this resulted in a 25% decrease in their labor pool, resulting in (decreased) personal property movement capacity necessary to support private sector and government demand.”
  • Potential pay and personnel process changes planned

    The Air Force plans to allow Airmen to have greater control over some personnel and pay processes
  • Air Force readdresses women’s hair standard after feedback

    The change addresses feedback received since the previous guidance was originally published. Specifically, women voiced concerns over difficulty related to securing hair in a manner that does not extend beyond the head.
  • Radliff takes the reins

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Chief of the Air Force Reserve and Commander, Air Force Reserve Command, transferred command of the Tenth Air Force from Maj. Gen. Brian Borgen to Maj. Gen. Bryan Radliff in a change of command ceremony in the Naval Operations Support Center on Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, June 4, 2021.
  • 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing earns Power and Vigilance Award

    The Power and Vigilance Award is presented to the Tenth Air Force unit which best exhibits the Numbered Air Force's vision as "The premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible and mission-ready Reserve Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance in support of U.S. National Security."
  • Air Force Aid Society assistance now available to Reservists in all statuses

    The Air Force Aid Society is now providing emergency assistance to all Airmen and Guardians, regardless of duty status. Before the change in policy took effect on May 6, only Reservists or Guardsmen on an active-duty status were eligible for AFAS emergency assistance.
  • AFNet Teams to replace CVR Teams

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – After more than a year of providing Teams support via the
  • Meet the new 23 IS commander

    An assumption of command ceremony was held here April 10, 2021 as Col. Jennifer Mulder, commander of the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, passed the guidon to Lt. Col. Stephanie “Chappy” Hahn, the new commander for the 23rd Intelligence Squadron.
  • Key Spouse Mentors gather virtually to share ideas, best practices

    Air Force Reserve Key Spouse Mentors from around the country came together virtually May 7, to share their ideas, struggles and best practices. The Key Spouse Mentors conference also provided guidance and education on a host of Reserve programs available, resiliency and wellness techniques.
  • AF breaks down updated fitness test scores

    Without the waist measurement as a scored component, push-ups and sit-ups will increase from 10 to 20 points each, while the 1.5-mile run will remain at 60 points. Scoring will fall into five-year age groups, as opposed to the previous 10.
  • Memorial Day 2021

    Heroes of the Air Force Reserve,In 1868, Major General John Logan, the head of the Grand Army of the
  • Senate committee considers Frank Kendall’s nomination to be the 26th Air Force secretary

    Frank Kendall told the Senate Armed Services Committee May 25 that if he is confirmed as the 26th Secretary of the Air Force he will continue reshaping the Air and Space forces to confront near-peer adversaries such as China, nurture the Space Force’s successful evolution and ensure that Airmen, Guardians and their families are well served.
  • Risk Management - the key to a safe and enjoyable summer

    The Department of the Air Force reminds Airmen and Guardians to apply sound risk management when enjoying outdoor and recreational activities with family and friends this summer. The summer focus period runs from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
  • Air Force Secretary sends summer safety, health message

    As the weather warms, we encourage our Airmen and Guardians to make the most of this time with your family and loved ones, but also ask you to do so with a renewed emphasis on staying healthy and avoiding injury.
  • Reserve chief does big things at Air Force Recruiting Service

    When Chief Master Sgt. Michael Johnson got the call to report to Headquarters Air Force Recruiting Service as part of the early push toward Total Force recruiting, he faced many of the typical questions a Reserve Airman faces when working with the active duty.
  • Reducing the stigma and encouraging mental health care in the military

    In the military, the stigma of mental health is grounded in the cultural misperception that a service member must have "zero defects" to be mission ready. While the Department of Defense strives to identify and eliminate barriers to care that service members face regarding mental health treatment, stigma remains a significant issue within the military.
  • Scobee highlights Reserve contributions during Senate hearing

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve, and his counterparts from the Marines, Army, Navy and National Guard testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee’s Subcommittee on Defense during a hearing May 18.
  • DAF releases update on telework, remote work guidance

    The DAF guidance memorandum, DoDI1035.01_DAFI 36-816 Telework Program, provides necessary clarification and expands the Department’s use of telework and remote work based on current lessons learned, pending a comprehensive review of the Department of the Air Force telework program.
  • Warrior Braids and the Air Force Women’s Initiative Team – The Invisible Labor behind Diversity, Inclusion, and Institutional Change

    Cast your gaze across the faces of US Air Force servicewomen in the days after 10 February 2021, and
  • Empowered Airmen accelerate change across Air Force

    Innovation and a forward-looking mindset have long been key aspects of Air Force culture. Today, Airmen worldwide continue to exemplify these traits as they find innovative ways to implement new programs and processes to accelerate change in support of Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr.'s “Accelerate Change or Lose” strategic approach and accompanying Action Orders.
  • Making wing history

    The 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing’s 28th Intelligence Squadron based at Hurlburt Field, Florida, is making history for the wing as it is led entirely by women.
  • CSAF letter to Air Force spouses

    Dear Air Force Spouses,Thank you for your courage and strength, and for being part of our Air Force
  • AMDS doctor encourages Airmen to get COVID vaccine

    AMDS doctor encourages Airmen to get COVID vaccine
  • A Proclamation on Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month, 2021

    WASHINGTON, PRESIDENTIAL ACTIONS -- This May, during Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific
  • Citizen Developer Team Revolutionizes Manual Process, Creates Cloud-Based App

    Propelling forward the Air Force’s initiative to replace antiquated systems with new cloud-based
  • Scobee testifies before House Appropriations Committee

    Reserve Component and Congressional members discussed specific Reserve missions, modernization, mental health, diversity and the fiscal 2022 budget. In addition, Scobee touted the many accomplishments of Reserve Citizen Airmen in a year marked by challenges.
  • Air Force transitions from CVR Teams to more secure systems

    Beginning June 15, Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) Teams will no longer be an option within the Air Force, and all information stored in that system will go away. As the CVR environment goes away, the Air Force network version of Microsoft Teams – a separate application with slightly different capabilities – will be enhanced to be more like CVR.
  • Total Force Recruiting: The first step to winning the high-end fight

    As I prepared to assume responsibilities as the Command Chief for Air Force Recruiting Service, an
  • 63 IS officer supports COVID response

    A new officer assigned to the 63rd Intelligence Squadron is already going above and beyond! Since February 2021, 2nd Lt. Santia Jackson, 63rd Intelligence Squadron, has been on Military Personnel Appropriation (MPA) man-days assisting the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Office of the Surgeon General COVID-19 response at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C.
  • Avoiding Burnout

    The COVID-19 pandemic may make you feel like you’re just waiting – life on hold – feeling frustrated that there’s no end in sight. Pandemic fatigue is a very real feeling of exhaustion as a result of COVID-19’s impact on our lives – from financial stress, to loneliness, to the fears of getting sick. All of these play into the fatigue many of us are feeling and how we are reacting as a result. Continual exposure to this unrelenting stress can cause us to burnout.
  • Second IG Disparity Review Survey coming

    Beginning April 9, the Department of the Air Force will be seeking feedback through a survey for the second ongoing Inspector General Independent Disparity Review.
  • U.S. Air Force Rolls Out New Mission Statement

    PENTAGON, Virginia – The Air Force released its new mission statement: To fly, fight, and win … Airpower anytime, anywhere. This change emphasizes the primary competitive advantage and capabilities that Airpower provides to the nation and joint operations. The ability to fight and win with Airpower is key to facing emerging competitors and near-peer adversaries, according to service leaders.
  • New ‘Air Force Review Boards Agency’ website launched

    The Department of the Air Force debuted a new website for past and present Airmen and Guardians to correct their military records, April 5.
  • Training for the physical fitness assessment

    Physical fitness assessments will resume for Airmen on July 1, 2021.Some Airmen may be deconditioned
  • Gift registration for Airmen returns to 2021 Air Force Marathon

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Air Force Marathon registrants can gift a paid entry fee to
  • Air Force celebrates April as Month of the Military Child

    Each year, communities worldwide look to April as an important month for children who have one or both parents or guardians serving in uniform.
  • Technical training now includes respect in curriculum

    Airmanship 200 is the second of three development courses that new Airmen receive to impart a common understanding of Air Force values through guided discussions.
  • Air Force rolls out dress and appearance updates

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - The Air Force recently updated numerous dress and appearance
  • Department of the Air Force remains focused on suicide prevention

    In 2019, the Department of the Air Force suicide count and rate were the highest in recent history.
  • Reserve Component receives exception to uniform policy

    The Air Force has authorized an exception to policy for the Air Reserve Component regarding the
  • Gift registration for Airmen returns to 2021 Air Force Marathon

    Air Force Marathon registrants can gift a paid entry fee to any junior active-duty, Reserve and
  • Senior leaders discuss Total Force Integration

    The Space Force, COVID-19, diversity and transitioning between the various Air Force components were among the hot topics when Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve and commander of Air Force Reserve Command, joined the director of the Air National Guard and the Air Force director of staff for a roundtable discussion during the all-virtual Total Force Integration Symposium March 23.
  • Air Force marks ongoing commitment to rated diversity with newly released strategy

    Air Force leaders officially released the service’s Rated Diversity Improvement Strategy March 17, marking the force’s ongoing commitment to attract, recruit, develop and retain a diverse rated corps.
  • 28 IS Airman reflects on first deployment

    The 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Wing's 28th Intelligence Squadron continues supporting the fight alongside their active duty counterparts. Tactical Systems Operators (TSOs), with a specialty code of 1A8X2, deploy as fully integrated flight crew members to execute airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions. TSOs provide airborne precision geolocation, real-time battlefield awareness updates, direct threat warning, and command and control (C2) relay capabilities to Air Force Special Operations Command.
  • 655 ISR Group receives new commander

    Incoming 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group commander Col. Jennifer Mulder
  • ADLS training transitions to “myLearning” in first step for new force development learning management system

    As part of Air Education and Training Command’s efforts to aggressively and cost-effectively modernize education and training, Airmen and Guardians can access the “myLearning” digital platform on the Air Force Portal beginning March 18, with the first phase consisting of a modernized and interactive training platform that allows Airmen to access training modules previously found on the Advanced Distributed Learning Service (ADLS).
  • Air Force announces officer stratification guidance

    “As we execute Action Order A (Airman), we must remain focused on a culture of transparency,” said Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr. “By strengthening our officer stratification policy, we are meeting that intent. This step is necessary to give officers a full understanding of where they stand amongst their peers as well as help better inform our talent management decisions.”
  • 16 IS Airman opens baby pantry to serve her local community

    A Reserve Citizen Airman assigned to the 16th Intelligence Squadron saw a need in her community for families struggling financially and therefore unable to purchase the necessities for their babies. Capt. Rebecca Delisio stepped up to the plate and worked with her church to fill that void by opening a baby pantry.
  • 38th IS looks ahead to the future

    As 2021 brings on the start of a new year, Airmen from the 38th Intelligence Squadron (IS) are planning for the future. With the many challenges this last year has provided, unique thinking and problem solving have been absolutely necessary.
  • 655th ISR Wing NCOs earn commissions, accept new opportunities to lead within wing

    On Dec. 10, 2020, (then) Officer Trainee Samuel Vasquez, 63d Intelligence Squadron, was administered the Oath of Office virtually by 2nd Lt. Christopher Ramirez, 71st Intelligence Squadron, commissioning him as a second lieutenant at Officer Training School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
  • 655th ISR Group Airmen participate in Chats with Cyber Scholars event

    Reserve Citizen Airmen assigned to the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group along with members of the 23rd and 512th Intel Squadrons participated virtually in Sinclair Community College’s “Chats with Cyber Scholars” Dec. 4, 2020. The presentation was for the college’s Scholarship for Service scholars.
  • 23 IS closes out 2020 with a bang!

    The Airmen of the 23rd Intelligence Squadron continue to excel in the midst of challenges, and closed out the last quarter of 2020 on a high note. The squadron briefed Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) leaders on multiple occasions, won several wing and AFRC level awards, and completed its third virtual mass unit training assembly (UTA).
  • 655th ISR Group deputy commander retires after 41 years of service

    During the Dec. 5, 2020 unit training assembly, the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing bid farewell to long-time member and current 655th ISR Group deputy commander, Lt. Col. Thomas Danas. Danas is retiring after more than 41 years of service; over 20 years enlisted and over 20 years as an officer.
  • 655 ISRW team wins award during Rise of the Digital Wingman Campaign

    Over the summer, a three-person team from the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing went above and beyond their required job tasks and entered a virtual robot in to the Rise of the Digital Wingman competition, a Chief of Staff of the Air Force initiative.
  • 512th IS Airmen participate in virtual, interactive training event

    On July 14-15 and 21-22, 2020, Airmen from the 512 Intelligence Squadron participated in an interactive, live training experience hosted by their Classic Associate Unit (CAU) the 41st Intelligence Squadron.
  • 23 IS prepares, and donates sandwiches to San Antonians in need

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 23rd Intelligence Squadron (23 IS) donated more than 1,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in the last month to local San Antonians in need.
  • 23 IS conducts virtual PAI training

    Joint Base San Antonio, Texas—Airmen from the 23rd Intelligence Squadron organized and executed a first-ever, unit-wide Publicly Available Information (PAI) training session June 6, 2020. The goal of the training was to educate 23 IS Airmen with PAI best practices and highlight the capabilities that PAI brings to intelligence operations.
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WING LEADERSHIP

Col. Joseph Marcinek (ART)              Commander

Col. Philip Warlick II (TR)                 Vice Commander

Col. Jennifer Mulder (ART)               655th Group Commander

Col. Josh Redden (AGR)              755th Group Commander

CMSgt Bohdan Pywowarczuk (TR)      Command Chief

KEY PHONE NUMBERS

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