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  • Military exemptions for Mass. auto vehicle excise tax

    All residents of the Commonwealth who own and register a motor vehicle in Massachusetts must pay an annual motor vehicle excise tax, unless they fall under an exception.
  • AFLCMC kicks off leadership development program

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center recently kicked off a new leadership development program here for high performing mid-level employees from across the center, including two from Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.Capt. Brandon Reeves, Battle Management Directorate, and Eric Timinski, Command, Control,
  • Hanscom personnel ride PMC

    A bicycling team with Hanscom connections recently participated in a multi-day charitable bike-a-thon throughout the local region.
  • Military OneSource benefits extended

    WASHINGTON -- Eligibility for Military OneSource benefits has been extended from the current 180 days to 365 days after separation or retirement from military service to ensure all service members and families have access to comprehensive support as they transition to civilian life, Defense Department officials announced.   This change goes into
  • Hanscom interns learn on the job

    Two local college students with disabilities participated in a summer work program here that offered on-the-job experience in their respective course of study.
  • Weeklong OSHA campaign promotes safety

    The 66th Air Base Group Safety Office will take part in a national safety campaign led by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Aug. 13 through 19.
  • Air Force, Coast Guard graduates complete leadership course

    Twelve graduates of Airman Leadership School completed the first step in their professional military education following a graduation ceremony at the Minuteman Commons Aug. 10.
  • General outlines focus areas, philosophies, expectations at HRA meeting

    LEXINGTON, Mass. – Program Executive Officer Brig. Gen. Michael Schmidt presented an overview of his strategic focus areas, leadership philosophies and key expectations to the Hanscom Representatives Association during a luncheon meeting Aug. 8.The general, who began his Air Force career at Hanscom in 1991, told the audience of current and
  • Hanscom professionals excel under continued Education Partnership Agreement

    Representatives from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the Massachusetts Military Asset & Security Strategy Task Force joined Hanscom leadership here Aug. 8 to recognize the second cohort of military and civilian students to complete the program manager seminar. Catherine Kendrick, dean of the Division of Online and Continuing Education at UMass Lowell, presented certificates of completion to the 28 students who participated in the 16-week seminar.
  • Sorbet’s background informs FAB-T acquisition

    FAB-T provides U.S. leaders with secure, survivable satellite communication during all phases of nuclear conflict. FAB-T terminals communicate with milstar satellite communications systems and Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellite systems via AEHF waveforms.