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  • Family's love of music drives win at AF competition

    Turn on the television any weeknight and you will likely find some talent-themed program with aspiring musicians showcasing their talents. Locally, if you were at the Air Force Worldwide Family and Teen Talent Contest at the Youth Center last October, then you had the opportunity to watch Cathy

  • Hanscom CGO answers the call

    With the warmer weather finally here, active duty servicemembers, many of whom may be in New England for the first time, spend their off duty time visiting Boston, hiking in New Hampshire or Vermont or visiting beaches in Maine or Rhode Island - all within a few hours' drive from here. Although for

  • Air Force strong

    The past year has been full of emotional highs and lows for Maj. Adam Davis and his wife, Adrianne, after enduring and surviving, as he points out, two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, April 15, 2013. Among the highs for them has been the emotional support they have received

  • Making a positive impact

    At Hanscom, a small cadre of first sergeants serves as principal advisors to commanders on issues that impact Airmen in executing the Air Force mission. And while that can be daunting at times, the consensus among them is there's no better job in the Air Force."I'd say it's the most rewarding job

  • Taking care of Airmen is senior enlisted advisor’s focus

    The installation's newest senior enlisted advisor is focused on making sure Airmen understand where they fit into the organization through effective feedback from supervisors.Chief Master Sgt. Craig A. Poling, 66th Air Base Group superintendent and installation senior enlisted advisor, who began his

  • Readiness NCO making an impact

    Deployments are something servicemembers experience. Dealing with separation is something families experience. The Airman and Family Readiness Center has an NCO that has been helping personnel take on the challenge to get through the deployment process."Deployed family members depend on the

  • Getting her feet back on the ground

    It was a beautiful early spring day. Linda Ambard was having a wonderful time waving and high-fiving spectators while running the 26.2 mile Boston Marathon course."The Boston Marathon was my metaphor to life," said Linda Ambard, 66th Force Support Squadron Youth Center director. "I had conquered

  • Hanscom student creates buzz during geography bee

    Not many fifth graders can go up against eighth graders academically and stand their ground, but that is not the case for one of Hanscom's own students.Daniel McIllece, a student at Hanscom Middle School, was recently chosen as a semifinalist by the National Geographic Society to compete in the 2013

  • Hanscom master sergeant is going fishing

    "The trip of a lifetime." This is how Master Sgt. Richard Thorpe, 66th Dental Flight NCO in charge, describes the all-inclusive fishing trip he was recently selected to be part of this summer.Operation Muskie provides recent combat veterans with a week-long, all-expenses paid, fully-guided fishing

  • Hanscom child’s wish comes true

    When Ashley Auzenne and her husband, Murvin, found out they were pregnant with their first child, they were thrilled with the news and excited about the adventures the future would hold for their growing family. That excitement quickly turned to concern, however, when they found out their son would