• Upcoming events addressed at March town hall

    Base leaders addressed upcoming events and topics from around the installation during a virtual town hall here March 29. Col. Katrina Stephens, installation commander, and Chief Master Sgt. William Hebb, installation command chief, were joined by representatives from the Hanscom Clinic, 66th Force

  • Patriot Honor Guard dedicated to service, legacy

    When Master Sgt. Peadar Clark, Patriot Honor Guard superintendent, first arrived at basic military training in 2004, he thought his career path had already been laid out. Clark had originally enlisted to become a crew chief; a tactical aircraft maintainer. However, that changed a few weeks into

  • FSS expands facility capacity

    The 66th Force Support Squadron here recently announced capacity increases to many of its facilities across the installation. Beginning in June, the Fitness and Sports Center here will reopen for 24/7 access to all personnel with base credentials, and will no longer require a reservation.

  • ‘Youth of the Year’ named at Hanscom

    A freshman at Bedford High School has been named this year’s Hanscom Youth of the Year. Emily Doucette, who has been a member of the 66th Force Support Squadron Youth Center since 2019, was chosen from three candidates March 30. She will now compete for the Massachusetts Military Youth of the Year

  • 66 FSS named best in command

    The 66th Force Support Squadron here has been awarded the 2020 Maj. Gen. Eugene L. Eubank Award for Air Force Materiel Command.

  • R4R, UNITE programs foster unit cohesion, morale for Airmen, units

    The 66th Force Support Squadron provides support for Airmen, families and individual units here through the ‘Recharge 4 Resiliency’ and UNITE programs. The programs seek to foster unit cohesion, culture and a sense of community among Airmen and their families.

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