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  • Diversity of experience fosters learning for ALS class

    Members of the Air Force and U.S. Coast Guard attending Airman Leadership School completed the first step in their professional development following a graduation ceremony here Nov. 9.
  • SFS partners with local police departments

    Local law enforcement officials recently completed mountain bike training here to improve public safety in the communities where they serve.
  • Hanscom ceremony recognizes military service

    Hanscom officials honored more than 80 local veterans during the seventh annual Salute to Veterans ceremony at the base conference center here Nov. 8.
  • TSA Precheck open to military, DOD civilians

    Service members are trusted to defend the nation, surely they can be trusted when boarding a plane.
  • DOD announces cost of living increase to retired pay

    The Department of Defense announced annual cost of living adjustments that will benefit military retirees and survivors during calendar year 2019. Most military retirees will receive a 2.8 percent increase to their retired pay beginning with the pay they receive on Jan. 1, 2019. Likewise, survivors of members who died on active or inactive duty, or survivors of military retirees who participate in the Survivor Benefit Plan, will, in most cases, see a 2.8 percent increase to their annuities beginning in January.
  • Straight Talk: Base support services

    During my first few days on the job, I asked you, “What do you want to see improved at Hanscom AFB?” You responded with more than 100 responses, with topics ranging on facilities, traffic, parking, Force Support programs, human resources, Base Exchange, food options and more. Here are a few answers to your questions with more to follow in future issues of the Hansconian.
  • Air Force announces Hack the Air Force 3.0

    The Air Force and HackerOne have teamed up for Hack the Air Force 3.0, the military service’s third and most inclusive bug bounty program.
  • Base exercise activities may cause delays, interruptions

    Hanscom AFB will conduct an exercise scenario the week of Nov. 13 to evaluate the installation’s readiness and emergency response capabilities.
  • Hanscom kicks off CFC campaign this month

    The 2018 Combined Federal Campaign kicked off here Nov. 1 with base organizers setting a goal to raise $140,000 and make 100 percent contact with military and civilian federal employees.
  • Turkey Drop scheduled Nov. 13

    Officials will collect traditional Thanksgiving meal items Nov. 13 from 8 to 11 a.m. outside the Commissary for junior enlisted and civilian personnel in need.
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