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  • Pumpkin Patrol keeps children safe this Halloween

    66th Security Forces Squadron personnel along with volunteers will participate in Pumpkin Patrol while children trick-or-treat Oct. 31 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
  • Fall Focus Week will offer variety of local, online classes

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Fall Focus Week will take place Oct. 22-26, offering local and distance-learning classes on a wide variety of topics. Registration is open and continues until the day before each course, with some on-site sessions allowing walk-ins.
  • Public Health encourages prevention this flu season

    The 66th Medical Squadron’s Public Health office encourages people to practice preventative measures to protect themselves and their families during this year’s influenza season.
  • Bradley returns to Hanscom

    Joe Bradley joined the Senior Executive Service Sept. 27, and now leads the engineering workforce and cyber resiliency office at Air Force Life Cycle Management Center-Hanscom.
  • Hanscom gates renamed for fallen Airmen

    More than 250 people gathered here today for a gate dedication and renaming ceremony in honor of two former members of the 66th Security Forces Squadron.
  • ALS graduates prepared for supervisory role

    Thirteen graduates of Airman Leadership School completed the first step in their professional military education following a graduation ceremony at the Minuteman Commons Sept. 28.
  • October is National Disability Awareness Month

    National Disability Employment Awareness Month is celebrated each October to educate people about disability employment as well as to recognize the contributions of employees with disabilities.
  • Departing command chief calls for focus on commonalities, shared experiences

    Chief Master Sgt. Jason France is departing AFMC in September, 2018 to assume the command senior enlisted leader position at U.S. Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. A 29-year Airman, France began his career as a military working dog handler before transitioning into leadership positions across AFMC and the Air Force. His departing advice to Airmen - military and civilian - is to continue to grow and mentor each other while maintaining a focus on shared experience to bring the best of Airpower to AFMC missions across the spectrum.
  • Hanscom begins Network-as-a-Service experiments

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center here awarded two Network-as-a-Service agreements today for a total of $121 million, freeing Airmen currently assigned to support base network operations to transition into core Air Force mission cyber operations.
  • FSS plans October ‘Smile’ campaign

    66th Force Support Squadron officials will be running a customer appreciation program through October here.