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  • HAWC fitness programs help reduce winter weight

    It's February. It's cold. The holiday lull at work no longer lingers and 12-hour or more days may have begun for some. Routine has returned and suddenly that New Year's resolution, declared so boldly and confidently New Year's Day, to finally get fit after almost two months of holiday feasting isn't holding as well as it was during the first half
  • Airman turns Football Frenzy into prime-time event

    Super Bowl Sunday presents a lot of social choices for the hours leading up to and following the kickoff at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Friends and families can gather at the house with the most technologically advanced visual and audio systems producing looking-out-the-window picture quality and crystal clear yet deafening sound; people can
  • Water leaks cause heavy damage to Hanscom facilities

    The old adage of "when it rains it pours," seems to apply as Hanscom recovers from water leaks that resulted in damage to three facilities. In building 1530, damage was confined to the Information, Tickets and Travel portion of the building. The leak was discovered as employees reported to work Jan. 26. Damage estimates to equipment and loss of
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  • Financial Fitness: Millionaire shares success secrets

    Retired Master Sgt. Randy Hatem, now with the Hanscom Education and Training Center as base training manager, does not have a degree in finance, nor has he ever won big on a reality television show. He did, however, become a millionaire -- and he did it as an active-duty servicemember. "If I can do it, anybody can do it. It's just a matter of
  • Hanscom welcomes heroes home

    A crowd of more than 500 gathered to welcome home 80 Hanscom deployers with praise and thanks at the Aero Club Hangar Jan. 19. The Heroes' Homecoming, the first event of its kind here, honored troops who returned from deployments over the past six months. Chief Master Sgt. Lisa Sirois, 66th Air Base Wing and Electronic Systems Center command chief
  • Hanscom VTF welcomes new doc, offers more clinic days

    New faces come and go throughout the year at Hanscom as military personnel change stations or retire and civilian employees move to other assignments. Recently, the 66th Services Squadron welcomed a new face to the ranks of Hanscom's team. The Doctor's In Dr. Heather Mazzaccaro, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and graduate of Cummings School of
  • 66 ABW honorary commander visits, tours base

    The 66th Air Base Wing leadership hosted their new honorary commander with a tour of various 66 ABW-affiliated units Jan. 12. The new honorary commander, Christine Schuster, Emerson Hospital president and chief executive officer, gained the title during the Honorary Commanders' Induction ceremony at the Minuteman Club on Oct. 24. "Building strong
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