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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
0 5/30
2007
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
0 5/30
2007
Default Air Force Logo Center awards $480 million engineering support contract
The U.S. Air Force's Electronic Systems Center has awarded a contract worth a total ceiling value of $480 million for Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) to an industry team led by Jacobs Technologies Inc. The contract will provide Engineering and Technology Acquisition Support Services, referred to as ETASS, for up to the next three years. The
0 5/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Center awards first three PASS task orders
The U.S. Air Force's Electronic Systems Center awarded the first three of an anticipated 26 Professional Acquisition Support Services (PASS) task orders yesterday. ESC awarded two of the three task order awards to Quantech Services, Inc., which will provide Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) to the ESC Center Staff and functional offices, and
0 5/22
2007
Master Sgt. Donald Gonsalves, 66th Mission Support Squadron, assembles a Family Separation Survival Kit at the Airman and Family Readiness Center Monday. The kits are given to spouses when loved ones deploy and include: a disposable camera, tea with a mug, candy, two movie passes, restaurant gift cards, a calling card, note cards and book of stamps, a video tape, a picture frame, cookies a candle and a ‘Support Our Troops’ magnet.

When servicemembers return from deployment, they receive Welcome Back bags, which include a stress ball, candy, two movie passes, restaurant gift cards and popcorn. While servicemembers are deployed, they receive a Care Package, which includes coffee, a calling card, candy, a snack, a travel game, gum, nuts and powdered drink mix. (US Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Clint Atkins) Support before, now, after

0 5/17
2007
Default Air Force Logo Answers to base residents’ questions
Editor's Note: This is the final article in a three-part series of information and frequently asked questions to update the base community on Hanscom's housing privatization project. The consolidated list of FAQ's can be found on the American Eagle Communities Web site at www.americaneaglefamily housing.com/.Q: I understand the first advance notice
0 5/17
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hanscom to welcome home deployers
 Following in the footsteps of last January's inaugural "Hanscom Heroes Homecoming," the base community is once again preparing to officially welcome home those who have returned from deployment since January. The welcome home ceremony will take place June 22, at 3:30 p.m. prior to the opening of "Summer Bash 2007" at Hanscom's Memorial Park,
0 5/17
2007
Default Air Force Logo ERM vital to TCI success
Electronic Records Management is a term all Hanscom personnel should understand and be practicing before the June Operational Readiness Inspection commences. In concert with the June 9 to 19 ORI, the Air Force Materiel Command Inspector General's team will conduct a Targeted Compliance Inspection, which will require ERM compliance. In December
0 5/10
2007
Default Air Force Logo 6-year-old Hanscom student speaks to congressmen about severe food allergies
According to the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network, one in every 25 Americans has a food allergy, equating to approximately 12 million people in the United States -- of that number, 150 to 200 people die annually as a result. This staggering statistic, along with the increasing rise in food allergies, prompted over 100 children and teenagers to
0 5/10
2007
Hanscom AFB -- From left,  Airman First Class Timothy Althoff, 66th Medical Support Squadron, jots down notes while Staff Sgt. Mark Radwich, 66th Medical Operations Squadron, provides care to Airman First Class Aaron Jones, 66 MDOS, who acts as a victim with a severe eye injury during an exercise at Camp Patriot recently. (US Air Force photo by Jan Abate)
Prepping for ORI

0 5/04
2007
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