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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
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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
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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

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2007
Maj. Gen. Thomas Kane (right), Air Mobility Command's director of Strategic Plans, prepares to cut the ribbon opening the vendor area at this year's Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management Conference in Orlando, Fla., along with Claire Goulet from the Lexington-Concord Chapter of AFCEA and Lt. Col. Michael Harrington, the Electronic Systems Center's Global Air Traffic Management division chief. (Courtesy photo)
Conference helps put Air Force fliers on enhanced path
Enhanced air traffic standards, and the technology used to achieve them, are making it safer for the Air Force to do its job in Iraq and Afghanistan, a top Air Mobility Command general said last week. Speaking at the Air Force CNS/ATM conference in Orlando, Fla., AMC's director of Strategic Plans, Maj. Gen. Thomas Kane, said, better air-to-ground
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A military retiree pauses to look at a display of vintage Air Force uniforms at the 27th Annual Hanscom Retiree Day Saturday.  The display, which is part of a larger collection, by Will Schaefer is in honor of the Air Force’s 60th Anniversary. The event, sponsored by the Hanscom Retiree Activities Office, featured more than 35 information service tables representing on- and off-base agencies. (US Air Force Photo by Jan Abate) Retiree Day: reflecting on AF heritage

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Default Air Force Logo Disaster ready pets: an owner’s responsibility
Disasters come in many forms, from hurricanes to house fires. If a disaster happened tomorrow, would you know what to do? Perhaps you have a family disaster plan and an emergency kit all ready to go, but did you include pets in the planning? If not, take the steps outlined below so the whole family will be prepared in the event of an emergency.
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Default Air Force Logo Law Day educates on legal system
The theme for May 1's Law Day was "Liberty Under Law: Empowering Youth, Assuring Democracy." To help Hanscom youth understand America's legal process, the 66th Air Base Wing Legal Office and the Electronic Systems Center Legal Office teamed up to celebrate Law Day by staging a mock trial, the United States v. Bunyan, for Hanscom Middle School fifth
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2007
Default Air Force Logo NSPS employees should have their approved job objectives by now
Electronic Systems Center employees who converted from the old GS personnel system to the National Security Personnel System on Jan. 21 should by now have approved job objectives in their official electronic "My Biz" folders, according to ESC's NSPS officials. Additionally, they should be preparing for the interim review portion of NSPS, which
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Default Air Force Logo Center's top civilian earns Presidential Rank Award
Electronic Systems Center Executive Director Fran Duntz received the President's Rank Award April 20 during a ceremony held at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery. Secretary of the Air Force Michael Wynne and Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. John Corley conveyed the prestigious award to Mrs. Duntz,
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U.S. Army servicemembers observe a demonstration April 25 of the Skid Monster, a device attached to the back of a car that can be controlled by remote. The device teaches drivers how to handle cars that become out of control due to driving on snow, ice, sand or other difficult driving surfaces. The demonstration was part of the 2007 Spring Regional Safety and Occupational Health Conference that took place on base April 23 through 27. (US Air Force photo by Jan Abate) Skid monster teaches safe driving

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