Digital engineering course graduation

From left, John Beatty, Massachusetts Military Asset and Security Strategy Task Force executive director; Maj. Gen. Anthony Genatempo, program executive officer for Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks; Joe Bradley, director for Information Dominance Programs for the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics and former director of Engineering and Technical Management at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.; Jetta Rackleff, program graduate and deputy engineer for Numerical Weather Modeling for Program Executive Office Digital; Col. Taona Enriquez, Hanscom AFB installation commander; Dr. Ed Lee, chief of Engineering Resources at Hanscom AFB; and Dr. Joesph Hartman, provost and vice chancellor for Academic & Student Affairs at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, celebrate graduates from the digital engineering certificate program at the UML Applied Research Corporation’s Northstar Campus in Lincoln, Mass., Jan. 11. The graduating cohort of Hanscom AFB engineers participated in four semester-long courses, focused on digital engineering methods, models and strategies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rick Berry)

PHOTO BY: Rick Berry
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