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Default Air Force Logo Physical, occupational therapy symposium addresses AF improvements to operations
 More than 70 leaders of the Air Force's physical and occupational therapy community gathered at the Hanscom Conference Center Monday through Thursday for the 2007 Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Management Symposium. The symposium addressed improving Air Force wide daily garrison operations for efficiency and explained the changing PT/OT
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2007
Capt. Mandye Dietrich, 66th Air Base Wing executive officer, tosses a washer during the base's first Washers Tournament, which was held at the Minuteman Club Feb. 2. Washers is an indoor and outdoor game that is played and scored similarly to horseshoes. (US Air Force Photo by Mark Wyatt) Washers Tournament

0 2/08
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hanscom gives family last contact with fallen soldier
Hanscom was scarce with people the week between the Christmas and New Year's holiday in 2006. But because of a decision made by a Hanscom Airman to make a half-day trip to his office just to take care of a few things, a Stafford, Va., family was able to make final contact with their deployed soldier -- a husband, father, brother, uncle and friend
0 2/07
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hanscom Pharmacy installs kiosk to speed customer wait times
Most people do not consider waiting in line to be an enjoyable activity -- especially when the wait is accompanied by a nagging cough, gastrointestinal discomfort or a screaming child with a persistently runny nose. While waiting in line is a part of practically every customer service activity in life, the Hanscom Pharmacy has done something to
0 2/07
2007
Hanscom AFB -- Tim Martin, 66th Security Forces Squadron administrative assistant to the commander, re-enacts the “I Have a Dream” speech at the Base Chapel Jan. 11. U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate Hanscom man keeps MLK dream alive
Editor's note: The following feature is the first in a series commemorating Black History Month. In 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his "I Have a Dream" speech during the March on Washington, a non-violent protest for black civil rights. More than 40 years later, a Hanscom employee aims to impart the same faith in equality and mutual respect
0 2/02
2007
Hanscom AFB -- Maj. Andrea Psmithe, 66th Contracting Squadron commander, reads Air Force Manual 10-100  during the January Base Readiness Exercise at Hanscom’s Camp Patriot Jan. 26. Hanscom’s “deployed troops” experienced in-the-field conditions at Camp Patriot, an area designed to simulate combat conditions. Hanscom will hold BREs each month until the Operational Readiness Inspection in June. U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate
Hanscom holds first BRE of 2007
Gas mask, check; Air Force Manual 10-100, check; complete C-bag, check; wool sweater or polypropylene undergarments and gloves to protect against the cold New England wind, check. These are just some of the items Hanscom Airmen carried to Camp Patriot as part of the base's January Base Readiness Exercise. Battling temperatures hovering in the
0 2/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo HAWC fitness programs help reduce winter weight
It's February. It's cold. The holiday lull at work no longer lingers and 12-hour or more days may have begun for some. Routine has returned and suddenly that New Year's resolution, declared so boldly and confidently New Year's Day, to finally get fit after almost two months of holiday feasting isn't holding as well as it was during the first half
0 2/01
2007
Default Air Force Logo Airman turns Football Frenzy into prime-time event
Super Bowl Sunday presents a lot of social choices for the hours leading up to and following the kickoff at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Friends and families can gather at the house with the most technologically advanced visual and audio systems producing looking-out-the-window picture quality and crystal clear yet deafening sound; people can
0 2/01
2007
Default Air Force Logo Water leaks cause heavy damage to Hanscom facilities
The old adage of "when it rains it pours," seems to apply as Hanscom recovers from water leaks that resulted in damage to three facilities. In building 1530, damage was confined to the Information, Tickets and Travel portion of the building. The leak was discovered as employees reported to work Jan. 26. Damage estimates to equipment and loss of
0 2/01
2007
From left, Senior Airmen Jeremiah Patterson and Julia Sherwood, 66th Medical Operations Squadron mental health technicians, research books on how to be an entrepreneur at the Airman and Family Readiness Center’s Relocation and Employment Resource Center. (US Air Force Photo by A1C Clinton Atkins) Setting goals

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2007
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