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Airman 1st Class Desiree Ware, Broadcast Specialist Course student practices for her announcing skills exercise. #DINFOSandProud
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We're hiring! Want to work for one of the best organizations? Well dust off that resume and put your best foot forward. In the near future, DINFOS will be looking for several broadcast and public affairs instructors, two academic directors, a public affairs department head, a course developer, a quality assurance specialist and a librarian. There's too many to list position by position. When the jobs are advertised we will post them on Facebook. Also you can set your preferences on USAjobs. Save a search for Defense Information School and under location put Fort Meade.
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The newest instructors! Instructor Training Course Class 050-16 graduates from the Defense Information School. During the 15-day course, the students studied adult learning theory, presentation skills, lesson plan development, and active-learning strategies. #DINFOSGrad Staff Sgt. Candice Funchess (Public Affairs Department) Master Sgt. Marshall Hackett (Joint Language Center) Sgt. Richard Jones (Visual Communications Department) Staff Sgt. Amber Latham (Fort Belvoir Community Hospital) Staff Sgt. Jose Negron (U.S. Army Materiel Management Agency) HM1 Jamal Powell (Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences) Mr. Tyler Prince (Broadcast Operations and Maintenance Department) Mr. Brandon Stephens (Broadcast Operations and Maintenance Department) Mr. Steve Stover (Public Affairs Leadership Department) Lt. Col. Sheila Webb (Walter Reed National Military Medical Center)
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DINFOS Warrior of the Quarter puts others first by Marine Pfc. Jon Sosner. http://ow.ly/irwt300htdH Army Staff Sgt. Michael Sparks, a basic writing and announcing skills instructor at the Defense Information School on Fort Meade, critiques a student following a voice test at the school. Sparks was selected as the DINFOS Warrior of the Quarter for the first quarter of fiscal 2016.
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Great story about our civilian of the quarter Rob Phelps by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tom Secrest. http://ow.ly/Fj68300hryJ Robert Phelps, the information technology help desk operations manager at DINFOS, stands by computer work stations that he and others, including service members awaiting training, installed in the school’s new wing. Phelps’ efforts led to his recognition as the DINFOS Civilian of the Quarter for the second quarter of fiscal 2016.
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Extra, Extra, read all about it! Friends from around the world: Moldovan officer renews her ties to US by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Manuel Tiscareno. http://ow.ly/UHV8300gc2M
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Thank you card from 1926. Check out this story about signatures of grade-school children in the Polish Declarations of Admiration and Friendship for the US at the Library of Congress. Many of the children who signed the declarations would have been in their 20s during the 1940s and likely did not survive the Holocaust and World War II. From Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordyn Apsey. Visit http://www.dinfos.dma.mil/About/News/tabid/7457/Article/758473/the-ink-may-fade-but-the-memories-will-not.aspx
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Production of the Year for the DoD 2015 Visual Information Production Awards from the United States Air Force. To see other award winning productions visit http://ow.ly/9ev63008Lf5
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@DINFOS recognizes SFC Esteban Sanchez for leading the effort to return the trailers and Katie Walsh for helping set up the DINFOS Social Media Workshop. #DINFOSandProud
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Taking instruction outside! Leave it to our experts to think outside the box to teach. #DINFOSandProud
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Another great story from a student, Coast Guard Seaman Steven Strohmaier, A first-class act: Hard work and dedication pay off for DINFOS instructor. http://ow.ly/4nnX2O #DINFOSWarrior
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Congratulations to DINFOS' 2016 Federal Executive Board Award winners for their commitment to excellence. From left to right: Joseph Coslett, MSgt Lucas Miller, CPT Selina Meiners, Rob Hood, JoAnn Anderson, Julie Blackburn and Rennie Thornton. #DINFOSandProud
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Defense Information School Sgt. Susan Noga gives a German heritage presentation to fellow classmates during Equal Opportunity Leadership training at McGill Training Center Monday. http://www.ftmeadesoundoff.com/news/13290/equal-opportunity-leadership-training/
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Congratulations to the newest Visual Production and Documentation 005-16 students! Special honor to Lance Cpl. Devin Andrews for winning the Best Final Documentary. During the 72-day course the students performed skills in the principles of video framing, composition, visualization, storytelling, audio and non-linear editing. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt Arthur Ruepong) For more photos visit: http://ow.ly/4nnQZ8
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Who agrees? "[DINFOS] is the crown jewel of the United States military communication effort. I go so far to say, it is the crown jewel for the interagency effort..." -- Mr. John Kirby, Department of State spokesman
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2015 MILPHOG: People's Choice Award: The Last Patrol Advanced Recon Commandos rush to cover after being ambushed by separatist forces. The troopers were conducting a security patrol outside their company forward operating base when the droid forces attacked. This image of 12-inch action figures is part of a larger photo essay telling the stories of the rank-and-file ground troops of the Star Wars universe through the lens of a combat correspondent. Conflict generally has been one of the biggest informants in the way pop culture creates stories. This photo essay, entitled "Galactic Warfighters" tethers the real and fictitious worlds more closely to each other.
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DINFOS #MayThe4thBeWithYouMay! People Choice Award for Military Photography Competition. From Sgt. Matthew Aaron Callahan, USMC.
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Check out a great story by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordyn Apsey about Teaching anytime, anywhere: From Afghanistan to DINFOS, DeMarco finds ways to help others. #DINFOSWarrior http://ow.ly/4nnUZi
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2015 MILVID People's Choice Award: Healing Wounded Warriors from the Air Force and Army came together on August 24-29, 2015, for the first ever Air Force Wounded Warrior Care event at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. The Warrior Care event features adaptive and rehabilitative sports activities, Career Readiness, Recovering Airman Mentorship and Caregiver training. (Video by Senior Airman Valerie Kern/Released)

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DINFOS Warrior of the Quarter puts others first

By Marine Pfc. Jon Sosner | May 19, 2016

Growing up in a military family in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Michael Sparks always knew he wanted MORE

Retired Army NCO earns Civilian of Quarter recognition

By Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Tom Secrest | May 18, 2016

Recently, the Defense Information School at Fort Meade, Maryland, added a wing with 22 classrooms, MORE

Moldovan officer renews her ties to United States

By Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Manuel Tiscareno | May 16, 2016

In 2001, when Nadejda Mocan was 11, her father – an officer in the Moldovan army – was a student at MORE

Holocaust Memorial Museum volunteer, Polish Library president arrange digitization of “Thank-you Card” from 1926

By Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordyn Apsey | May 12, 2016

Sam Ponczak, a native of Warsaw, Poland, volunteers at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, MORE

Hard work and dedication pay off for DINFOS instructor

By Coast Guard Seaman Steve Strohmaier | May 04, 2016

In 2008, a sailboat became overdue after leaving port in Florida en route to Rhode Island.Several MORE