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  • Base leaders host illustration contest

    Base officials recently identified the new installation motto: “Hanscom...The Revolution Starts Here.” The tagline serves to increase installation cohesion and connectedness by encompassing all that is Team Hanscom.
  • Clinic patients urged to use virtual messaging tool

    Officials from the 66th Medical Squadron encourage all patients to utilize the Military Health Systems Secure Messaging tool to virtually communicate with health care providers here. The messaging platform, owned by the Air Force Medical Service, allows patients to communicate directly with primary care teams safely and securely.
  • Thrift Savings Plan adapts to COVID

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of uncertainty in its wake, leaving a lot of people to wonder about their financial health and future. Counselors from the Airman and Family Readiness Center here are encouraging members utilizing the Thrift Savings Plan, a retirement plan for federal employees, to stay up to date on changes to the program through the current climate.
  • Hanscom’s golf course opens with precautions

    Hanscom’s Patriot Golf Course will open May 15 with several precautions in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
  • Morris nominated to lead AFLCMC

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio – Air Force officials announced that Maj. Gen. Shaun Q. Morris has been nominated for promotion to lieutenant general and will become the commander of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.If confirmed, Morris will replace Lt. Gen. Robert McMurry, who has led
  • SpeedDealer demonstration participants chosen

    As the Air Force moves forward with its new acquisition strategy for the Three-Dimensional Expeditionary Long-Range Radar, the program office here selected three companies May 8 to participate in a rapid prototyping program to demonstrate expeditionary radar performance this summer.
  • Fitness Center keeps Airmen, families on track

    Officials from the Hanscom Fitness and Sports Center have developed a program to keep service members and their families active and in shape while gyms and many public parks are closed.
  • Key Spouses extend a hand to community

    During a difficult time like this, with the uncertainty of stop-movement orders and some military members deployed for longer than anticipated, Hanscom’s network of key spouses is playing an increasingly important role. As operations continually adapt in response to COVID-19, Key Spouses serve as a conduit of information and advocates for unit family members.
  • Honoring Hanscom spouses on Military Spouse Appreciation Day

    Today is Military Spouse Appreciation Day and I want take this opportunity to celebrate and honor the many contributions to our military spouses at Hanscom.
  • Hanscom celebrates National Nursing Week

    National Nursing Week is celebrated each year from May 6 -12. The World Health Organization declared the 2020 theme as the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife.”