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  • 66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Deployment and Distribution Flight

    66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Air Transportation Function 3 Robbins Street, Building 1721Air Transportation Function CAC-enabled SharePoint.Air Transportation Function: 781-225-5592Services: Ground support for transient military and civilian aircraft Cargo deployment (cargo inspection, load planning and scheduling)The Air Transportation
  • 66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Materiel and Fuels Management Flight

    66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Materiel and Fuels Management FlightEquips, supplies, and provides Hanscom AFB host and tenant units with “Top Customer Care” and reliable supplies, equipment, fuels, and munitions to support all mission requirements, deploy “Warfighters,” and defend our installation and Geographically Separated Units across New
  • 66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Vehicle Management

    66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Vehicle Management70 Chenault Street, Building 1642Hours of operations: Monday - Thursday, 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.Flight Chief: 781-225-5840Fleet Manager: 781-225-5819Shop Supervisor: 781-225-5819Provide and sustain responsive, efficient transportation and maintenance support to all
  • 66th Medical Squadron

    The clinic web page has moved. Click here to learn more about the 66th Medical Squadron at Hanscom Air Force Base.
  • 66th Security Forces Squadron

    Cell Phone Policy Vehicle operators at Hanscom Air Force Base will not use cell phones unless the vehicle is safely parked or unless they are using a hands-free device. A hands free device is defined as having both hands on the steering wheel and free of other items, in this instance a cellular device. It does not mean holding the phone while on
  • A brief history of Hanscom Air Force Base

    Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, began its existence while the United States was considering its entry into the World War II. In May 1941, the Massachusetts Legislature authorized the purchase of a large tract of farmland bordering the towns of Bedford, Lincoln, Concord and Lexington, Mass., for a Boston Auxiliary Airport. Funds to build the
  • About the clinic

    The Hanscom Clinic, or the 66th Medical Squadron (66 MDS), is an outpatient military treatment facility with a staff of approximately 162 military, civilian and contract personnel spread across five buildings, encompassing more than 62,000 square feet. The main building is more than 50,000 square feet. Our 2015 annual budget was $7.6 million.
  • AtHoc emergency notification available for inclement weather information

    Members of the workforce are encouraged to use AtHoc, an interactive warning system that allows senior leaders to inform base personnel of urgent information such as base closures or delayed openings.The system notifies users via phone call, text message or email. Messages are sent through the same mass alert system that provides pop-up
  • Base Chapel

    Hanscom Chapel offers many programs, including worship, liturgy, sacramental rites, religious education and a variety of lay organizations. Chaplains officiate at weddings, baptisms, funerals and other religious rites.Chaplains and Religious Affairs Airmen offer complete and absolute confidentiality in all counseling..To see a Chaplain, it is
  • Blended Retirement System

    The Fiscal Year 2016 Nation Defense Authorization Act created a new military retirement system that blends the traditional legacy retirement pension with a defined contribution to Service members’ Thrift Savings Plan account. The new Blended Retirement System goes into effect on January 1, 2018.