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Elaine Davis, a registered dietician at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, is preparing for a tele-medical nutrition therapy appointment with a patient at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska on Feb. 6, 2018. Using a video teleconference, patients have access to dieticians anywhere, and can get vital information in disease management and preventative care. (U.S. Air Force photo) Nutrition care easily accessible via telehealth appointments
The U.S. Air Force Medical Service is working to increase access to high level nutrition care using tele-medical nutrition therapy.
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Maj. Gen. Sarah Zabel, director of the Air Force’s Information Technology Acquisition Process Development office in the Pentagon, discusses a presentation titled “Air Force Journey to Agile Software Acquisition” Feb. 27 at the New Horizons conference, hosted by the Lexington-Concord Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association in Newton, Mass. Agile conquers New Horizons
Often associated with software development, agile acquisition traces its roots to the private industry technology sector, where it evolved as a way to rapidly build, field, test and rebuild components and applications.
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Volunteers build beds Hanscom volunteers help Massachusetts children
Approximately 100 volunteers from the Hanscom community came together March 2 to construct 50 beds for area children.
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Maj. Marilyn Lai, 66th Medical Squadron optometrist, talks with Douglas Miller during Military Retiree Appreciation Day at the Minuteman Commons April 21, while Abigail Tarbox, 66 MDS optometry technician, listens. This year's event began with an Information Services session followed by a presentation by the Fraud Watch Network. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jerry Saslav) Hanscom to host Military Retiree Appreciation Day
Military retirees, spouses and retirees' dependent survivors of all ranks and services can attend the Military Retiree Appreciation Day event April 20 at the Minuteman Commons here.
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Thirty five members of the COBRA DANE System Sustainment Team at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., won the 2017 Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics Award at the system level. Their efforts to incentivize the prime contractor resulted in operational dependability and availability, and decreased overall maintenance cost. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Lonnylee Barrett) Radar sustainment team earns top honors
HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass -- The Office of the Secretary of Defense singled out the COBRA DANE System Sustainment Team at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, for an award for maintaining, sustaining and repairing the stationary COBRA DANE radar. The team won the 2017 Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics Award at the system level.
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Senior Master Sgt. Promotion Three Hanscom master sergeants selected for promotion
Air Force officials have selected 1,549 master sergeants, including three at Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, for promotion to senior master sergeant out of 13,054 eligible for a selection rate of 11.87 percent.
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Capt. Bryon Kroger, left, and 1st Lt. Carlo Viray, right, review combat applications in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 13, 2017. The officers, who are part of the Air Force’s Air Operations Center Pathfinder acquisition program run out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, work with coders in an open workspace environment with civilians who train them on the techniques used by Silicon Valley’s best software programmers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rick Berry) Airmen code for combat in Cambridge
Kroger’s team is working with a company called Pivotal Labs, which provides people and space to teach Airmen how to code like the workers in Silicon Valley, but for the Department of Defense. Open workspaces found in Cambridge contrast with traditional government workspaces on base with closed cubicles and offices. Their mission is to learn from today’s best tech experts, while delivering custom-built software to warfighters. They are already saving the Air Force fuel, and they have reduced the time it takes AOC warfighters to develop targets by 85 percent, making combat operations more precise and lethal.
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Woodhouse speaks to Airmen Event honors past, present and future Airmen
The African-American and Black History Month Committee held an event at the Minuteman Commons here Feb. 22 that featured Airmen in times of war from the past, present, and future.
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Default Air Force Logo Can you hear me? Hanscom opens market for data links
The Datalink Enterprise contract focuses on solutions for existing and emerging communication systems. It will provide the flexibility to accommodate command and control data and many signals intelligence, geospatial intelligence and full-motion video data as well as information capture to support tactical platforms and time-sensitive applications.
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Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson speaks about innovation during the Air Force Association Innovation: The Warfighter’s Edge conference in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 22, 2018. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wayne A. Clark) SECAF: This is about lethality and mission effectiveness
Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson spoke about the importance of innovation and research and development during her State of the Air Force speech at the Air Force Association conference Feb. 22, 2018, in Orlando, Florida.
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