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Who says school can't be fun? Broadcast Communication Specialist course students learn story telling while jamming out during Rockband. BCS students learn how to record video clips and sequence them using digital editing to tell a story.
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A great feature about our Faculty Training & Development Office schooling instructors from Seaman Lucas Hans. You know them, Wes Ellenburg, Cecilia McRobie and Dave Wiltshire. They are a key to every successful lesson taught. Check out the story: http://ow.ly/PKLP301iFOu What is your favorite ITC moment?
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BCS 080-16 playing Trouble. Broadcast Communication Specialist students learn three shot sequencing for voice overs.
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Here is some work from our talented Basic Multimedia Illustrator Course students. #DINFOS #portfolios
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DINFOS making a difference in the Pacific! Staff Sgt. Brian Vorhees, Defense Information School instructor, gives guidance to Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ryan Harper, Diego Garcia broadcaster on his final project for an advance spot production techniques class. Vorhees and fellow instructor, Bob Beyer, taught the class at Yokota Air Base, Japan, to military broadcasters gathered from six bases throughout the Pacific. (DoD photo by Bob Beyer/released)
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DINFOS, here is our newest master instructor! Staff Sgt. Angelica Golindano truly exemplifies all the excellence of being a Soldier and a DINFOS instructor. She is a new master instructor, holds a 4.0 GPA in college, is a model instructor and volunteers to help others. If anyone deserves a high 5, it's her. For more photos visit: http://ow.ly/QWny301iAoA
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A great U.S. Army soldier continues to serve! U.S. Army Maj. Martin Meiners, Public Affairs Leadership Department instructor, reenlists Staff Sgt. Peter Sinclair, Broadcast Operations and Maintenance Department instructor.
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Happy Birthday! DINFOS celebrates the U.S. Army 241st birthday.
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Introducing the newest Basic Multimedia Reproduction Course Class 010-16 Marines. A special congratulations to Lance Cpl. Marimar Maorlaes for earning distinguished honor graduate and Lance Cpl. Amanda Taylor for earning honor graduate. Students graduated after spending over 52 days learning manual arts, graphic design and print production. For more photos: http://ow.ly/HdZj3017WQm
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Here are our newly frocked first class petty officers! Congratulate them when you see them the next time. -Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Lori Bent, Basic Mass Communication Specialist Course instructor -Interior Communications Electrician 1st Class Steven Woolfolk, Broadcast Radio and Television Systems Maintenance instructor -Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ryan Mayes, BMCSC instructor For more photos: http://ow.ly/GWh03017Kn6
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Here are the first ones. DINFOS is hiring! Defense Media Activity (DINFOS) is looking for two Training Instructors, GS-1712-11, located in the Public Affairs Department. The Job Opportunity Announcement (DMA-16-1721300-B) opens Thursday, June 9, 2016, and closes Wednesday, June 22, 2016. This announcement is open to all US Citizens and Status Candidates (Merit Promotion and VEOA Eligibles). For your convenience, https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/441331800/
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Impressing those around the world! Sgt. 1st Class Alexander Croteau, Tech. Sgt. Jaime Ciciora and TSgt Troy Davis show the best parts of DINFOS during Republic of Korea Army Brig. Gen. Hyong-Chan Jo's, public affairs officer, visit.
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Great advice from our chaplain about closing the say-do gap. Let your actions speak louder than your words.
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David Gilkey, an NPR photojournalist, was killed in Afghanistan on Sunday. He was a great photojournalist. http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/06/05/480859153/npr-photographer -interpreter-killed-in-afghanistan
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Training the next United States Air Force Photojournalist! Staff Sgt. Ashley Hyatt (right) and Master Sgt. Mike Andriacco, Basic Photojournalist Course instructors, evaluate Airman 1st Class Abby Finkel, BPJC student, during the final training exercise of class 020-16, May 5, 2016, at the Defense Information School on Fort Meade, Md. The FTX is an evaluation of skills the students learned during the 87 training day course. (Photo by Tommy Gilligan/Released)
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DINFOS recognized several service members and civilians for their recent accomplishments. Visit for all of the photos: http://ow.ly/9iF0300CuOZ
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DINFOS Family please take a moment to congratulate the following TSgts who have been selected to advance to the senior noncommissioned officer corps: TSgt John Dumond TSgt Jerry Fleshman TSgt Nathan Parry TSgt Heidi West TSgt Farrah Kaufmann TSgt Wes Thurner TSgt Quinn White
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Airman 1st Class Desiree Ware, Broadcast Specialist Course student practices for her announcing skills exercise. #DINFOSandProud

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