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Kerry-Anne Aghoian, 66th Services Squadron, pours a strawberry smoothie for a 13th Frame Diner customer Oct.15.  Smoothies and other nutritious selections have recently been added to the diner’s menu for health-conscious customers to enjoy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate)
13th Frame Diner adds smoothies, other nutritious selections to menu choices
Salads are still available at Hanscom's 13th Frame Diner. They are no longer, however, the only healthful selections available. In an effort to appeal to its health-conscious customers, the diner, which is located inside Hanscom Lanes and structurally connected to the new Sports and Fitness Center, has recently revamped its menu to include healthy
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2007
HANSCOM AFB, Mass. -- 1st Lt. Joseph Megery, 751st Electronic Systems Group, examines his three-year-old daughter Alexis’ artwork on display Oct. 16 in the Child Development Center. The CDC held an art auction during which parents could place bids on their children’s artistic creations. The proceeds from the auction will be used to fund a barbecue social event on Nov. 15 for families and CDC staff members. Child Development Center holds art auction

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Energy Conservation Month: Base Commuter Program offers traveling alternatives
Energy Conservation Month is in full swing, and the need for an environmentally conscious and energy efficient community is a topic of great discussion. Thanks in part to Hanscom's Transportation Incentive program, opportunities to be good stewards of the environment can be found in areas as simple as a morning or evening commute. The base Commuter
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2007
Staff Sgt. Patrick Raass of the 653rd Electronic Systems Wing (standing) discusses his recent deployment with senior leaders and other members of the Hanscom community Oct.11 in the O’Neill Auditorium. The other presenters, also all recently returned deployers from the 653rd, include ,from left, Capt. Gabriel Montalvo, Capt. Steven Piche, Capt. Raymond Erickson and Airman 1st Class Meghan Williamson. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate.) Post Deployment

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Integrated Broadcast Service upgrades reach sites six months early
The last of the 631st Electronic Systems Squadron's Integrated Broadcast Service sites slated for Spiral 3 installations reached completion Sept. 28, six months ahead of schedule and with a cost savings of $4 million. "For each of these installs, we have deployed a fourth of our team to the field to conduct audits, supervise the installation and
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2007
HANSCOM AFB, Mass. – A member of the Hanscom Fire Department ignites a fire in a camp skillet to demonstrate the dangerousness of fire and the precautions that should be taken to prevent fires. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Lewis) Fire Prevention Week heats up awareness

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2007
HANSCOM AFB, Mass. – Members of the base community attend the 66th Services Squadron’s Oktoberfest held in the Tennis Bubble on Oct. 12. The event featured German music and food, entertainment and fun activities for children. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Lewis) Hanscom Oktoberfest is a big hit

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2007
SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Multi-National Force -- Iraq Commander Gen. David Petraeus shakes the hand of Contracting Officer Roger Nowicki. Mr. Nowicki, a civilian employee assigned to the 66th Contracting Squadron at Hanscom, volunteered for a year-long deployment to Southwest Asia. There he has processed numerous contracts including some to construct a Press Conference Center, which the general will use. The construction is one-and-a-half months ahead of schedule and $200,000 under budget. Mr. Nowicki is scheduled to return to Hanscom later this month.
Hanscom civilian deploys, meets General Petraeus

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Hanscom program office eases acquisition reporting the ‘SMART’ way
On Oct. 22, the Electronic Systems Center will release Spiral 10 of its System Metric and Reporting Tool, better known as SMART. Since 2002, the Air Force acquisition community has been using SMART to produce Monthly Acquisition Reports for the Secretary of the Air Force. The tool allows senior leaders to gain insight into program status, to track
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Hanscom Medical Group holds AFSO21 event to improve patient access
"What is better for the patient?" was the question that was asked repeatedly during the 66th Medical Group's three-day Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century workshop held here Oct. 3 to 5. The event focused on the flow of primary care patients through the Hanscom Clinic, a process that has been challenging for the clinic, said 66th
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2007
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