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  • Fitness testing suspended until Oct. 1

    The change, which is an update from the original June 1 resume date, is effective immediately.
  • ABMS holds Industry Day

    Nearly 1,000 representatives from more than 400 companies participated in the Advanced Battle Management System Industry Day on May 13. The event, hosted on Zoom by the Architecture and Integration Directorate, was one of the first large-scale, nationwide virtual Industry Days for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.
  • Hanscom family has their neighbors covered

    A Hanscom husband and wife have found creative ways to help themselves, and their neighbors, slow the spread of COVID-19. Staff Sgt. Christopher Boyd, 66th Air Base Group unit deployment manager, was an essential worker when the orders came down mandating all personnel to wear face coverings. His wife, Michelle, jumped in to find a solution.
  • Defenders organize installation clean up

    Hanscom defenders participated in a beautification cleanup project here May 13.
  • Virtual ABG change of command planned

    Col. Chad Ellsworth will relinquish command of the 66th Air Base Group to Col. Katrina Stephens during a virtual change of command ceremony here June 24.
  • Reserve citizen Airmen keep Hanscom moving forward

    Members of a unique component of the U.S. Air Force Reserve’s citizen Airmen have been assisting the Hanscom community navigate COVID-19 response operations. Individual mobilization augmentees, reservists assigned to an active duty counterpart, were activated with the 66th Air Base Group to reinforce senior leaders, and provide seamless support during the health crisis.
  • AFMC preparing for next phase of COVID-19 operations

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- As states across the U.S. begin to slowly reopen their economies, Air Force Materiel Command leaders are similarly readying to return to full mission capacity following major disruptions caused by COVID-19.The plan is for AFMC’s six centers and eight installations to reconstitute and begin to reopen
  • Hanscom COVID-19 update

    Thanks to all of you, we have made great strides in limiting the spread of COVID-19 on and around Hanscom AFB. Such significant change to our routines, implemented so quickly, was bound to present challenges. Yet we have overcome those challenges, operated our base, and preserved our critical missions, all while maintaining our collective health and safety – and we’ve done it with great efficiency. In a nutshell, Hanscom never truly closed - we’re just operating differently.
  • Using AI to improve intelligence gathering

    A team working virtually came together to improve the processes for Air Force Distributed Common Ground System analysts by using artificial intelligence and machine learning and incorporating it in an agile manner.
  • Hanscom honors fallen law enforcement officers

    The 66th Security Forces Squadron held a 24-Hour End of Watch Memorial Run in recognition of National Police Week here May 14-15.
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