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The Seagull - Ep 014 - Rodney Norman Interview
102nd Intelligence Wing
Video by Timothy Sandland
Aug. 5, 2022 | 58:28
This month’s show features an interview with Rodney Norman, an inspiring comedian and former U.S. Marine. Rodney talks about his path to social media stardom and some of the life lessons that the service imparted on him that he uses in his daily life.

In this month’s command message we hear from Colonel Sean Riley, commander of the 102nd Intelligence Wing. Colonel Riley shares his thoughts regarding his line of effort to establish the 102nd as a unit of choice and the intention to continue developing the wing as a high performing organization.

Later we get a clip from this month’s Chevrons.
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Joint Base Cape Cod Water and Wastewater Systems To Be Divested to Converge LLC

Converge LLC founder and Managing Partner, Matthew Kennedy shakes hands with Col. Sean Riley, 102nd Intelligence Wing Commander upon the transfer of ownership of the Joint Base Cape Cod water and wastewater systems to Converge LLC. This comes after over two years of negotiations between the Company, the Massachusetts Air National Guard and the United States Air Force. The systems have been under the management and control of the Massachusetts Air National Guard since the operations of the base’s infrastructure were transferred to it by the Air Force in the mid-1970’s.

PHOTO BY: Timothy Sandland
VIRIN: 220513-Z-WQ490-2008.JPG
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NIKON D750

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24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8

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20

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1/1000

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1000

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