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From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
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A holiday message from our commander.
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Many of our students are still getting used to living away from home for the first time, and that can be especially difficult around the holidays. DINFOS instructors to the rescue! We made sure they got a nice Thanksgiving feast with all the fixin's: beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes, lamb, ram, hogs, dogs, chicken, turkey... you name it! #DINFOSCares #younameitchallenge #younameit #Thanksgiving
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Sometimes, editing video can make it seem like time is standing still. Especially on a Friday! Have a great weekend, everyone! #DINFOSRocks #MannequinChallenge
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At the Defense Information School, military public affairs journalists learn how to create engaging short form documentaries. To keep their skills sharp, one team of instructors set out to accomplish the same assignment they require their students to complete: a 2-4 minute, unnarrated, documentary style video on a subject of their choosing in the local area. The instructors used all the same equipment the students receive, and were under the same time-constraints and criteria to finish the product on a deadline. MSgt Nicholas Kurtz, a Broadcast Correspondent Specialist course instructor, documented their efforts and crafted this behind-the-scenes video to be shown to students as an instructional aide, revealing the process of creating a documentary video from scratch.
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Let's hear it for team DINFOS! In one day, our students and teachers donated enough blood to potenially save more than 100 lives! Check out this video to learn more about how #DINFOSCares about our brothers and sisters in arms in harms way. Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Media Activity Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Brooke Army Medical Center Navy Medicine
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What did you accomplish before the sun came up today? DINFOS instructors started their work day at 6am to teleconference in for the “Key Leaders and Spokespersons Media Engagement Training” with our allies from NATO Rapid Deployable Corps - Greece. #DINFOS #StrengthThroughTruth #DINFOStraining #DINFOSandProud #NATO #Allies #NRDC_GR #Greece You can read more here: http://nrdc.army.gr/en/news/nrdc-gr-spokespersons-and-key-leaders-media-en
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Want to learn some great tips about becoming an indispensable PAO? Maj Tony Mayne, 75th Ranger Regiment public affairs officer, gives some great advice. Visit to see more https://youtu.be/qH-InjqmtL0
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Check out this piece on Baltimore, Maryland, Hon Festival. Senior Airman Mike Cossaboom, Intermediate Photojournalism Course student, shares a story the real Baltimore in the 1940s and 1950s.
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DINFOS Toilet Bowl! Here is a short piece about DINFOS coming together for the 2016 Toilet Bowl by Air Force Senior Airman Devin Boyer
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This afternoon DINFOS commandant, Col. Martin Downie, recognized our superstars of the third quarter: Ms. Trish Huizinga, the academic director of our Broadcast Operations and Maintenance Department, and Staff Sgt. Heather A. Denby, a public affairs instructor for our Public Affairs Department. Congratulations on all that you've achieved. We are thankful to have you both on the team!
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Can you hear me now! Broadcast Writing and Announcing Skills students listen to their instructors read a news story. This gives the students a chance to hear the pronunciation of words they will have to read the following day. BWAS instructors are preparing them for announcing the news. #DINFOStraining #BWAS #BOMD
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Does the way you dress help? In a story from Michael Smith, Intermediate Photojournalism Course student at the Defense Information School, he tells the story of Sharp Dressed Man organization helping others dress for interviews.
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Sync Up & Rock On! Have you ever attended a silent concert? Learn more from United States Air Force Senior Airman Shelby Kay-Fantozzi's, Intermediate Photojournalism Course student at the Defense Information School, story. #SilentRock #DINFOSGrad
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The Golden Rule Michael Smith, Intermediate Photojournalism Course student at the Defense Information School, shares a story of a U.S. Army medic giving back.
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Behind the Music A story about a young woman using music to get over the low points in her life and how it brings her joy. The story is by United States Air Force Senior Airman Jeff Parkinson, Intermediate Photojournalism Course student at the Defense Information School .
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Video Production & Documentation Class 040-16 graduates. Congratulations to U.S. Army Pfc. Jack Oathout for earning honor graudate! To see more visit: https://goo.gl/Kv04dd
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Here are the newest DoD broadcasters! Broadcast Communications Specialist Course Class 100-16 graduates. A special shout out goes to U.S. Army Spec. Jacob Hoffman, Pennsylvania National Guard, 109th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, for earning Distinguished Honor Graduate. To see all of the images visit: https://goo.gl/XRyru3
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All dogs go to heaven! A great multimedia piece from our Intermediate Photojournalism Course by United States Air Force Senior Airman Shelby Kay-Fantozzi.

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