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Default Air Force Logo ESC debuts improved Newcomer's Orientation
Electronic Systems Center launched a new way of introducing newcomers to the organization and the base Sept. 21, with a program that featured tours of each of ESC's five wings as well as short briefings outlining each unit's contributions to America's war fighters. The afternoon-long Newcomer's Orientation improves upon the previous welcomes that
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Col. Tony Buntyn addressed the Fifth Annual Net-Centric Operations Conference Sept. 24 in New Castle, N.H., focusing on the importance of controlling cyberspace.  Colonel Buntyn is the director of 8th Air Force's Global Cyberspace Air Operations Center at Barksdale Air Force Base, La.  (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) Air Force leaders discuss need to control cyberspace
Military and industry leaders who gathered here this week spoke about the tremendous warfighting value of controlling cyberspace, but they were just as clear about the inherent threats. "If we lose our ability to use cyberspace, we lose our ability to war-fight," said. Col. Tony Buntyn, director of 8th Air Force's Global Cyberspace Air Operations
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Default Air Force Logo Data shared across systems, services, intel communities
By providing interoperability among 19 systems, four security domains, four networks, six countries and three continents, members of the Electronic Systems Center here recently demonstrated a level of connectivity some previously thought impossible. When the 950th Electronic Systems Group's DIB Management Office recently took part in Empire
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Default Air Force Logo Shiely, Wright, O’Neill Awards Banquet set for Nov. 1
Electronic Systems Center will recognize its very best people and programs Nov. 1 at the 33rd annual Shiely, Wright and O'Neill awards banquet at the Minuteman Club. The Maj. Gen. Albert R. Shiely Jr. Award recognizes Excellence in Acquisition Management in two categories: major and minor programs. The award is named in recognition of General
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SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Senior Airman Elle Liza Marie Franz, 386th Expeditionary Medical Group medical technician, conducts a vital check on Army patient Sgt. Scott Boomershire at the Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility here Sept. 24.   The CASF is a 24-hour medical holding and staging facility which averages about 300 patients per month .  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Tia Schroeder) Airmen keep soldiers, Marines in the fight
Editor's Note: Col. Jackson Dobbins, currently the 386th Expeditionary Medical Group commander, is deployed from Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass. At Hanscom, Colonel Dobbins serves as the 66th Medical Group commander.Army Sgt. Scott Boomershire injured his ankle kicking down doors in Iraq. However, it's up to Airmen here, stationed hundreds of miles
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HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- Maj. Jack McKenna, Massachusetts National Guard, renders a salute during a ceremony in Boston Sept. 21 held in honor of prisoners of war and servicemembers missing in action. The event was attended by Col. Tom Schluckebier, 66th Air Base Wing commander, as well as the Air Force Band of Liberty and many Airmen from Hanscom. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate) Remembering POW/ MIA Day

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HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- The newest Hanscom enlisted personnel to be included in the senior noncommissioned officer ranks are recognized during the Senior NCO Induction Ceremony Sept. 21 in the Minuteman Club. Air Force Materiel Command Chief, Chief Master Sgt. Jonathan Hake was the featured speaker during the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate) Congratulations new SNCOs

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Default Air Force Logo Base to experience road closures beginning Oct. 9
 Beginning Oct. 9, Hanscom drivers will experience some main road closures in order to accomplish repair work on steam lines and condensate return pipes. "The steam lines and condensate return pipes in this trench are corroded and need to be replaced," said Chris Perkins, Base Civil Engineer. "The only way to get to the lines is to dig out the
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Default Air Force Logo ESC Corporate Board allocates $447,000 for Workplace Initiative projects
Hanscom's Workplace Initiative (also known as "Hanscom Pride"), dedicated to improving the work environment for employees, will begin focusing its efforts on a new round of workplace improvements. The ESC Corporate Board has allocated $447,000 for the Workplace Initiative projects. Workplace is one of the "Five W's" identified by Electronic Systems
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Default Air Force Logo Hansconian under new ownership, PA to focus on Web news delivery
The Hansconian will be managed and owned by a new entity next week. The Sept. 28 Hansconian is the last issue to be produced by the 66th Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office. The current publisher of the newspaper, Community Newspapers Company, will assume ownership and all production responsibilities of future issues of the paper, said 1st Lt. Lisa
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