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  • Civil engineers encourage workforce to ‘prepare to protect’

    Base civil engineers encourage members of the community to observe National Preparedness Month throughout September. The theme for this year is “Prepare to Protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love.”
  • September is Suicide Prevention Month

    September is Suicide Prevention Month, and base leaders are emphasizing the importance of primary prevention against self-harm. Primary prevention emphasizes the importance of physical and mental well-being, as well as the important of developing authentic personal and professional relationships.
  • MAJBAWG bridges gap between Air Force, installation barrier analysis efforts

    To bridge the gap between Air Force and installation-level efforts, the Air Force Materiel Command has established a Major Command Barrier Analysis Working Group as part of ongoing efforts to drive greater diversity and inclusion across the enterprise.
  • Air Combat Command asks for C2IMERA

    Command and Control Incident Management Emergency Response Application is being directed for use by all ACC installations as a result of the application's successful implementation across more than 40 Air Force Installations.
  • New Violence Prevention Integrator for Hanscom

    The installation has a new violence prevention integrator, Dr. Abigail Cutter, who started here Aug. 2.
  • 9/11 ceremony planned to observe 20th anniversary

    Base officials will host a wreath-laying observance with remarks here Sept. 10 beginning at 8:30 a.m. to remember the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
  • CHPS promotes 'Move More' physical activity challenge

    Improve the way you feel and function by participating in the Civilian Health Promotion Services “Move More” Challenge throughout September and October. Being physically active is essential to prevent and reduce risks of many diseases and improve physical and mental health. Participants will receive a free CHPS performance training t-shirt at the initial check-in with CHPS staff.
  • Vaccines, more addressed at August town hall

    Base leaders addressed topics and answered questions from around the installation during a virtual town hall here Aug. 25. Col. Katrina Stephens, installation commander, and Chief Master Sgt. William Hebb, installation command chief, were joined by representatives from Public Health, the Chapel and base housing, along with the school liaison.
  • ALS returns to in-person learning

    Airman Leadership School hosted its first in-person graduation ceremony here since the COVID-19 pandemic led to remote classes in March 2020.
  • DEI office ready to connect with community

    The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office here has entered the next phase of progress of identifying and analyzing potential barriers in the Hanscom workforce. The DEI team is continuing to evaluate data from the Air Force Materiel Command diversity survey, developing tangible means to push Hanscom forward.
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