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  • Exercise right to vote when living outside of legal residence

    With primary elections and the 2008 general election looming, now is time for military members to ensure they will be able to exercise their right to vote even if they are stationed outside of their legal residence. The Department of Defense's Federal Voting Assistance program Web site, www.vfap.gov, offers military personnel a wealth of voting
  • Programs turn officers into JAGs

    Base legal offices provide Airmen with a wide variety of legal services, including criminal law, administrative law, legal assistance, government contract law, health law, labor law, environmental law, international law, military operations law and tort claims. Active-duty officers interested in pursuing legal careers with the Air Force can apply
  • Hanscom colonel's uniform donation preserves OEF heritage

    While an armed services uniform from a former Soviet republic may seem out of place half-way around the world in its Cold War enemy's military museum, an Uzbek Army major's uniform now hangs in the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The uniform, donated by Lt. Col. Michael Davison, 753rd
  • ESC-managed center takes new strides in AF cyber security

    The 754th Electronic Systems Group is further forging its role in the Air Force's cyber domain after recently awarding a contract for a $10-million security protection plan. That plan goes hand-in-hand with the group-managed Air Force Application Software Assurance Center of Excellence that stood up last month. "During the last five years, the Air
  • Heroes’ Homecoming scheduled Dec. 5

    Airmen who have recently returned from deployments, along with their families, will take center stage during Hanscom's upcoming Heroes' Homecoming celebration Dec. 5. Families of Airmen who are currently deployed will also be honored during the free event that is open to the entire base populace. The event, which will begin at noon in the Aero Club
  • New Command Chief emphasizes care of people

    Getting to know a lot of new faces might be considered, by some people, a daunting aspect of a new job. For the Electronic Systems Center and 66th Air Base Wing new command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Karen McCoy, getting to know 9,000 new people - and ensuring they know her -- is much more than just a part of her job - it is her job. "I like to get