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  • The show must go on: maintaining mission readiness amidst COVID-19

    The potential for national emergencies such as weather events, earthquakes, or in this case, a global pandemic to create logistical challenges, are significant. It is critical that organizations train and prepare for every contingency to ensure maximum effectiveness during even the most austere of conditions.The 102nd Intelligence Wing is no
  • Recruiting remotely, the mission continues

    Responding to the Department of Defense's COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, Air National Guard recruiters have moved their search for the future force to entirely remote operations. "We haven't scaled back our recruiting efforts, but have shifted recruiting to 100 percent virtual prospecting," said Master Sgt. Tabitha Gendreau, 102nd Intelligence Wing recruiting flight chief.
  • 102nd IW Airmen thank WWII vet for legacy of service on 102nd birthday

    Over a dozen Airmen from Joint Base Cape Cod’s 102nd Intelligence Wing kicked off Veteran’s Day weekend by wishing U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Cpl. Della Sassa a happy 102nd birthday, on November 8, 2019, at the Royal Cape Cod Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Buzzards Bay, Mass.
  • Inspection Readiness vs. Day-to-Day Readiness

    In the past, thoughts and images of an inspector often conjured a sense of anxiety and panic. Armed with a checklist and a quota, the old “black-hat” inspectors would set out with one goal in mind; to find and report deficiencies. And if a deficiency was found, there was a good chance it would result in a bad performance report or the loss of a job. As a result, units often spent more time cleaning, polishing, and painting over any and all imperfections in hopes that inspectors would overlook a deficiency. This of course created two states of readiness; 1) day-to day-readiness; and 2) inspection readiness. The black-hat inspection methodologies resulted in inefficiencies, the tendency to hide problems, high levels of stress, and a false sense of readiness.
  • Is Your Family Accountable?

    As members of the National Guard community it is vital that we are able to verify our location and status in the event of an emergency.The Air Force utilizes the Air Force Personnel Accountability and Assessment System to account for the safety of the Air Force Total Force, including all active duty, select reserve, civilian employees, Air Force
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