655th ISRG
  • 655 ISRG commander honors fallen servicemembers

    655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group Commander John D. McKaye was the keynote speaker at a Memorial Day observance ceremony at Evergreen Cemetery, West Carrollton, Ohio, on Sunday, May 27, 2018.
  • 71st IS “adopts” local teen battling Crohn’s Disease

    For one young lady from the Dayton area, the term “military” has taken on a special new meaning. Meet Tori, the newest member of the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group’s 71st Intelligence Squadron. Tori, who lives with a severe case of Crohn’s Disease, an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system attacks the digestive system, recently accepted the squadron’s offer to join their ranks.
  • 655th ISRG Citizen Airmen pave way for DOD intelligence operations

    Since standing up in 2012, the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group has come a long way in its growth and continues to pave the way for future Air Force intelligence initiatives.The 655th ISR Group is an independent group under 10th Air Force that ensures the training and readiness of Air Force Reserve Command intelligence
  • 655th welcomes fall with chili cookoff

    Capt. James Spindler, 64th Intelligence Squadron, is the winner of the 2016 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group Chili Cook-Off at the USO here Nov. 19, 2016. The captain received his apron award from Col. John D. McKaye, 655th ISRG commander (left) and Col. Lonnie Garris, III, 655th ISRG deputy commander. Capt. Spindler’s
  • ISR Airman honored during AFA Conference

    Staff Sgt. Aaron Tobler was one of the Air Force's 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year recognized during the Air Force Association's Air, Space and Cyber Conference in Washington, D.C., Sept. 19, 2016. Tobler is a geospatial intelligence analyst with the 50th Intelligence Squadron, Beale Air Force Base, California.
  • Linguists harness hidden 'superpower'

    Speaking another language is like having a hidden superpower. By that definition, the Air Force Reserve linguists operating under the 16th Intelligence Squadron are full-on superheroes with a combined capability to speak more than 45 languages and dialects.
  • Reserve squadron achieves full operational capability

    After two years of hard work, the 49th Intelligence Squadron has achieved full operational capability.The 49th IS was activated in April 2014 with only 18 members and now stands as a fully functioning squadron with 72 assigned Reservists.“We would like to thank our active duty associate unit, the 97th Intelligence Squadron, the 55th Operations