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66th Air Base Wing Honorary Commander Christine Schuster, Emerson Hospital president and chief executive officer, toured 66 ABW facilities on Jan. 12. Ms. Schuster speaks with Brent Nagele, 66th Mission Support Group Training and Emergency Response, at Camp Patriot, Hanscom’s simulated deployment camp. U.S. Air Force photo by Jan Abate 66 ABW honorary commander visits, tours base
The 66th Air Base Wing leadership hosted their new honorary commander with a tour of various 66 ABW-affiliated units Jan. 12. The new honorary commander, Christine Schuster, Emerson Hospital president and chief executive officer, gained the title during the Honorary Commanders' Induction ceremony at the Minuteman Club on Oct. 24. "Building strong
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Default Air Force Logo Personal property claims to be processed through centralized location
In a continuing effort to implement Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, the Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corps is consolidating personal property claims processing. Claims involving loss or damage of household goods and privately owned vehicles during shipment or storage at government expense, as well as loss or damage to
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Default Air Force Logo Base deployers to be recognized during Heroes' Homecoming
Welcoming home warriors from battle has been a tradition since before the Roman Era when victorious soldiers would march along city streets to the blare of trumpets and cries of cheering crowds. In the current age, troops have been welcomed with parades, fanfare and familial embraces when returning to home soil. Soon, this joyous custom will
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Default Air Force Logo ESC ready for smooth transition to NSPS Jan. 21
Electronic Systems Center is ready to implement the National Personnel Security System for nearly 500 Hanscom civilians Jan. 21, according to the person in charge of managing the change. Bob Youtt, ESC's NSPS program manager, expects the transition to the new pay-for-performance system that will replace the current General Schedule system to go
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Staff Sgt. Terrance Root, 66th Security Force Squadron dog handler, and his Military Working Dog partner, Vero, perform a random search of building 1305. Sergeant Root and Vero perform random searches throughout the base as part of their patrol duties to deter crime. (US Air Force Photo by A1C Clinton Atkins) 66 SFS 'nose' best

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Default Air Force Logo Members must schedule PHAs via Tricare online
A Physical Health Assessment is an annual mandatory Air Force requirement for all active-duty personnel to identify health risk factors. A medical technician completes the assessment, and then a primary care manager reviews the assessment and determines if a follow-up appointment is needed. All PHA appointments must be booked via Tricare Online at
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Default Air Force Logo Airman, Family Readiness Center to hold financial fitness classes
"Are you financially fit?" That's the million dollar question that will be the focus of a new lunch and learn series that Maj. Gen. Art Rooney, Electronic Systems Center vice commander, and the Airmen and Family Readiness Center will kick off next month. The first Financial Lunch and Learn series will take place on Feb. 2 at the Minuteman Club from
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Default Air Force Logo Survey Says...Readers provide feedback in 2006 Hansconian readership survey
The 66th Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office conducted a readership survey of the Hansconian from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, 2006, providing an opportunity for the Hanscom community readership to submit feedback about the newspaper. "We appreciate all of the feedback the survey provided," said 2nd Lt. Lisa Spilinek, 66th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
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Steve Genailois, Horizon Metals located in Tyngsborough, Mass., works on the installation of the HVAC system in the ballroom. (US Air Force Photo by Jan Abate) Club to reopen Tuesday following facility upgrades
The Minuteman Club will reopen Tuesday following a week-long upgrade of the facility. Club patrons will be able to purchase lunch at the club on Tuesday and Steak Night will be held Tuesday night. The renovations included replacing the heating, ventilation and air conditioning in the club ballroom, as well as in the Concord Room and the Bedford
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Default Air Force Logo Registration ongoing for New Horizons Symposium
The Lexington-Concord Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association in participation with the Electronic Systems Center will hold its annual New Horizons Symposium Jan. 24 and 25 at the Bedford Glen Hotel, Bedford, Mass. The symposium provides a forum for the Electronic Systems Center with industry personnel to exchange
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