UNITE funds now available for dependents

Capt. Gwen Malisani, from left, 1st Lt. Zachary Carreon, 2nd Lt. Katie O’Shea, Kelvin Hernandez-Cruz, Lt. Col. Michael DiMaria, and 1st lt. Joshua Wu, members of the Kill Chain Integration Branch, stand for a photo during a UNITE event in Natick, Mass., Sept. 29. The UNITE program at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., provides funding to squadron-level leaders to build cohesion between personnel within their unit through activity-based recreational events. Now through December 2023, unit leaders can opt to include dependents in approved unit events. (Courtesy Photo)

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