• Customer questions on new gym answered

    Hanscom's new Fitness and Sports Center has seen a high volume of customer traffic since its opening Sept. 5. While patrons are enjoying the new facility's more than 50,000 square feet size and numerous amenities, questions regarding certain aspects of the new gym have been posed by customers to

  • Call HADD when you need a ride after drinking

    Airmen here are taking a stand against driving under the influence of alcohol. The Hanscom Against Drunk Driving program has been revitalized and the program's new leaders want the base community to know that if they drink and need someone to drive them home safely, help is available. The service is

  • Hansconian newspaper under new ownership Oct. 1

    Community Newspapers Company, the current publisher of the Hansconian, will assume ownership and associated production responsibilities of the newspaper on Oct. 1. The 66th Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office will produce its final issue of the Hansconian Sept. 28. After this date, PA Office

  • Base civilians can donate leave through Fed. program

    The Employee and Labor Relations Branch of the Civilian Personnel Office, which administers the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program for Hanscom, reports that since January 2007, 10 Hanscom employees have benefited from annual leave donated by fellow civilian employees. To date, 50 employees have

  • Hanscom pilots first Senior Leader Orientation Course

    The Airman and Family Readiness Center will host Hanscom's first Senior Leader Orientation Course for new-to-Hanscom leaders Sept. 17 from 8 a.m. to noon. The course is a new pilot program for the A&FRC that consolidates a dozen mandatory individual leadership consultations into a single morning

  • 642 ELSS delivers security system upgrades to first Navy site

    When one of the Navy's primary bases in Africa nearly quadrupled in size, the 642nd Electronic Systems Squadron responded proportionately to the new security demands its Tactical Automated Security System would be meeting there. The squadron is currently delivering TASS capability upgrades to Camp

  • 38 EIG reaps Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

    The Air Force announced on August 23 that Electronic Systems Center's 38th Engineering Installation Group, Tinker AFB, Okla., is among its list of Air Force Outstanding Unit Award recipients. The award, for performance covering a two-year period between Jan. 1, 2005, and Dec. 31, 2006, results from

  • It’s back to school time for Hanscom youth

    School bells will ring through the halls of the Hanscom Primary and Middle schools Wednesday to officially begin the first day of classes for students in grades one through eight. Kindergartners will begin their classes on Thursday. For the schools' faculty and staff members, however, the 2007-2008

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