Air Force Public Affairs Agency
|Air Force Public Affairs Agency|
Air Force Public Affairs Agency Shield
|Active||1 June 1978 - Present|
|Branch||United States Air Force|
|Garrison/HQ||Joint Base San Antonio, Texas|
It provides an archiving and distribution capability for all public affairs products, manages licensing and branding of the Air Force trademark, deploys crisis response teams for Air Force public affairs support to contingencies, and conducts research and establishes guidance on emerging technologies for future public affairs operations. The AFPAA also provides graphics support to all public affairs offices, manages career field force development through training, career tracking, and assignments, conducts force management and deployment management for the public affairs community, provides standards and evaluations guidance for public affairs activities, and procures and field tests future equipment systems for the public affairs career field.
|Combat Camera Squadrons|
|1st Combat Camera Squadron||
||Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina||Active|
|2d Combat Camera Squadron||
||Hill AFB, Utah||Inactivated|
|3d Combat Camera Squadron||
||Joint Base San Antonio, Texas||Active|
|4th Combat Camera Squadron||
||March ARB, California||Active|
|1352d Combat Camera Squadron||Inactive|
- Losey, Stephen (24 November 2014). "Air Force: General did not send tweet criticizing Obama". www.airforcetimes.com. Gannett. Retrieved 24 November 2014.
- 2009 Airman Magazine Yearbook
- Joseph, Mike (8 October 2009). "Air Force activates 3rd Combat Camera Squadron". Lackland Air Force Base, Texas: United States Air Force. Retrieved 29 September 2015.
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