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HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- First Lt. Jae Yoon, 66th Comptroller Squadron, demonstrates his knowledge of Self-Aid and Buddy Care techniques on a simulated victim during the “Iron Warrior” Olympics on May 30. The event was held to help prepare Hanscom Airmen for the Operational Readiness Inspection. 

Lieutenant Yoon was recognized during the “Iron Warrior” Olympics for his speed in disassembling and reassembling an M-9 during one of the competitions, which he completed in 17 seconds. The lieutenant received coins from Maj. Gen. Art Rooney, Electronic Systems Center Vice commander, Brig. Gen. Peter Hoene, 350th Electronic Systems Wing commander, and Col. Tom Schluckebier, 66th Air Base Wing commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mark Wyatt)
Hanscom gears up for ORI

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Default Air Force Logo 66 MDG to receive medical training through partnership
A new partnership between the 66th Medical Group and the Veterans Affairs Boston Health Care System in West Roxbury, Mass. will provide Hanscom's active-duty nurses and medical technicians with essential wartime skills. A training affiliation agreement was signed here Wednesday between the 66 MDG and the VA hospital, beginning a partnership that
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Default Air Force Logo Walking with a cause: woman takes strides for breast cancer awareness
Walking 39 miles in two days is physically and emotionally punishing, but one Hanscom spouse determined the training and two-day trek to be worth the sacrifice to raise money for the fight against breast cancer. Boston recently hosted an Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, which benefits local and national breast cancer research, education, prevention and
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Members of the Camp Patriot set-up team fill  sandbags May 23 under an unseasonably warm May sun. The team filled more than 100 sandbags to be used to protect Camp Patriot tents against simulated attacks. The camp is used in Base Readiness Exercises as a simulated deployed location. Hanscom has been holding monthly BREs since January in preparation for the base’s Operational Readiness Inspection, which will run June 9 to 19. (US Air Force photo by 1Lt. Lisa Spilinek) May BRE amp up heat; ORI just days away

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Col. Tom Schluckebier, 66th Air Base Wing commander, delivers the keynote speech during the Bedford, Mass., Memorial Day Observance in the town’s Veteran’s Memorial Park May 28. Additionally, as part of Bedford’s Memorial Day ceremonies,  there was a parade beginning at Mudge Way that included participants such as the Bedford Police Honor Guard, an ROTC marching unit, state and local officials and many others. (US Air Force photo by Mark Wyatt)
Memorial Day celebrated at Home

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Default Air Force Logo Homecoming event, Summer Bash '07 scheduled June 22
After the excitement and busyness of the Operational Readiness Inspection subsides, Hanscom personnel will have the opportunity to celebrate their hard work and enjoy each other's company during a fun-filled afternoon packed with events. June 22 may begin like any other Friday, but by 3 p.m. festivities will begin in Memorial Park behind the Base
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Airman 1st Class Laura Kluga,  Air Force Band of Liberty, performs as Distinguished Visitors arrive to Ellis Island in New York on May 12 to honor recipients of the Medals of Honor.  The Ellis Island Medals of Honor are given annually by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations to recognize distinguished Americans of various ethnic origins for their outstanding contributions to the United States.?Among the honorees was Lt. Col. Larry Lang, Air Force Band of Liberty commander. 

The Band of Liberty Pops ensemble will perform July 1, at  6 and 7:30 p.m., in  Stowe, Vt. at the Von Trapp Meadow.  Afterburner, an alternative rock band, will perform June 1 at  3 p.m., June 2 at 3 and 6 p.m. and June 3 at noon in Essex Junction, Vt. at the Vermont Balloon and Music Festival.  All events are subject to change and are free and open to the public. Right on Key

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1st Lt. Phil Meikle, Electronic Systems Center, practices posting the Colors. Patriot Honor Guard members and servicemembers from around New England were invited to Hanscom to learn from and train with the Air Force’s elite Honor Guard mobile training team.  (US Air Force Photo by Linda LaBonte Britt) Serving with Honor: Patriot Honor Guard members train with USAF Honor Guard mobile training team
The Patriot Honor Guard recently wrapped up an intense week of training with the United States Air Force Honor Guard's mobile training team. May 20 marked the final day of the daily eight-hour instruction and drill sessions. The AFHG mobile training team visits Hanscom biennially to update the Patriot Honor Guard on any official changes made to
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Default Air Force Logo Hanscom gearing up for 101 Critical Days of Summer
The Electronic Systems Center Safety Office is on a mission -- a mission to make people stop and think about safety. With the 101 Critical Days of Summer campaign set to begin today, the Safety Office is on the offensive with a comprehensive campaign aimed at increasing personal awareness of the risks associated with the summer season and reducing
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Default Air Force Logo Base clean-up to bring spick 'n' span offices
In an effort to put Hanscom's best foot forward during June's Operational Readiness Inspection, base leadership is encouraging all wings and their personnel to participate in a voluntary installation-wide clean-up event June 4 and 5. Wings are encouraged to schedule time either on June 4 or 5 to clean up workspaces and internal common
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