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  • Weeklong OSHA campaign promotes safety

    The 66th Air Base Group Safety Office will take part in a national safety campaign led by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Aug. 13 through 19.
  • Air Force, Coast Guard graduates complete leadership course

    Twelve graduates of Airman Leadership School completed the first step in their professional military education following a graduation ceremony at the Minuteman Commons Aug. 10.
  • General outlines focus areas, philosophies, expectations at HRA meeting

    LEXINGTON, Mass. – Program Executive Officer Brig. Gen. Michael Schmidt presented an overview of his strategic focus areas, leadership philosophies and key expectations to the Hanscom Representatives Association during a luncheon meeting Aug. 8.The general, who began his Air Force career at Hanscom in 1991, told the audience of current and
  • Revitalizing squadrons, Air Force outlines progress

    The task force conducted an Air Force-wide review, driven by Airmen in the field, to promote best practices and identify improvements. Consisting of Total Force Airmen from diverse backgrounds, they reviewed survey data and gathered inputs from across the Air Force through on-line crowd sourcing and face-to-face discussions with nearly 4,000 individuals, including spouses, from 25 different bases representing all major commands, Reserve and National Guard.
  • Hanscom professionals excel under continued Education Partnership Agreement

    Representatives from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the Massachusetts Military Asset & Security Strategy Task Force joined Hanscom leadership here Aug. 8 to recognize the second cohort of military and civilian students to complete the program manager seminar. Catherine Kendrick, dean of the Division of Online and Continuing Education at UMass Lowell, presented certificates of completion to the 28 students who participated in the 16-week seminar.
  • Sorbet’s background informs FAB-T acquisition

    FAB-T provides U.S. leaders with secure, survivable satellite communication during all phases of nuclear conflict. FAB-T terminals communicate with milstar satellite communications systems and Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellite systems via AEHF waveforms.
  • Pawlikowski tenure marked by effectiveness, Air Force readiness

    It’s the little things that our command does every day that enable the Air Force to be effective, and it’s so important that our Airmen fully appreciate their impact, said Air Force Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski, as she reflected on her three years at the helm of Air Force Materiel Command and readies to retire from 40 years of Air Force service this September.
  • Senior NCO Induction Ceremony planned

    A Senior NCO Induction Ceremony will take place Aug. 24 at the Minuteman Commons to recognize 18 Airmen recently selected for promotion to master sergeant. The theme for this year’s ceremony is “Leaders are Mentors.”
  • Drinking water report notice

    The 66th Civil Engineering Division is required to submit an annual Consumer Confidence Report, also known as a CCR, to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, known as MassDEP, no later than July 1 each year.
  • Battle Management tests USSTRATCOM deterrence software

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. -- Four people from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center tasked with acquiring the sensitive software used to plan and execute nuclear deterrence operations created a way to test new software using real-world, classified data, saving the government millions since 2014. The Integrated Strategic Planning and
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