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Posted 11/15/2012   Updated 11/20/2012 Email story   Print story

    

11/15/2012 - BOSTON – Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (center) and Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray welcome Lt. Gen. C.D. Moore, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center commander, to the Governor's Council Chambers in the State House Nov. 14. Moore visited with leaders from state government, industry and academia to hear about the work they’ve been doing to support Hanscom and to discuss potential collaborative efforts aimed at helping the Air Force meet critical national security objectives. (Courtesy photo by Eric Haynes / Governor's Office)



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