102nd Intelligence Support Squadron (United States Air Force) STICKER Die-Cut Vinyl Decal
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The 102nd Intelligence Support Squadron is part of the Massachusetts Air National Guard 102d Intelligence Wing located at Otis Air National Guard Base, Massachusetts. The squadron is equipped with the Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A). Mission The mission of the unit is to provide tactical intelligence support to combat commanders and national decision makers. It provides direct ground surveillance for Army units in combat operations and assists in targeting for air strikes, artillery fire and naval gunfire. It also conducts post strike battle damage assessment (BDA) using imagery from UAVs or other sources; collects imagery from a variety of airborne platforms; interprets this information into actionable intelligence products; disseminates these products throughout theater command channels as well as directly to warfighters on the ground via digital data links or hard copy reports/maps/charts. History See 103rd Airlift Wing for additional history prior to 2002 On 1 October 2002, an organizational realignment occurred which resulted in a change from group level organization within Tactical Air Command /Air Combat Command /Air Mobility Command /United States Space Force ,to wing level organization under AFRC . As part of this reorganization, units were reassigned: all F-15 aircraft assigned back to active duty USAF with no replacement assets assigned except one EC-130H Hercules Compass Call aircraft which was transferred from another location within AFRC . Also reassigned were more than 300 fulltime federal military positions along with associated equipment valued at $10 million dollars primarily due to BRAC 2005 actions affecting Pease AFB New Hampshire where most federal military personnel had been previously stationed before relocating here during early 2000s.. This reorganization resulted in many changes including splitting off several geographically separated units throughout New England that became independent groups within their respective states' ANG organizations while still remaining under operational control by what was now called 103rd Airlift Group based here at Otis ANGB MA.. These newly created independent groups included: 102d ISRG Rhode Island ANG Quonset Point RI., 104th ISRG Westfield Mass., 106th Rescue Group Westhampton Beach NY., 108th ARW NJANG Joint Base McGuire–Dix–Lakehurst NJ., 123d AW Kentucky ANG Louisville KY.. With these realignments came new missions such as Homeland Security tasks formerly performed by active duty USAF security forces squadrons that relocated elsewhere when Pease closed down its base operations during late 1990s through early 2000s