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  • Commander announces new Phase 2C, transition date

    Hanscom Air Force Base plans to move into Phase 2C of the multiphase Return to Full Capacity Aug. 31. Officials say the added phase will further bridge the gap between Phases 2B and 3, and will facilitate another expansion of installation access and available services.

  • MDS continues virtual appointments in Phase 2A

    The 66th Medical Squadron will continue to maximize the use of virtual care during Phase 2A of the multiphase return to full capacity here. Access to the medical clinic will be by appointment only, and members should continue using the Military Health Systems Secure Messaging tool to communicate

  • Fitness Center opens with restrictions in Phase 2A

    The Hanscom Fitness and Sports Center will be reopening only to active-duty military and Guard and Reserve members on active duty orders during Phase 2A of the multiphase Return to Full Capacity. Beginning June 22, the Fitness Center will open at 6 a.m., and operate on a 60-minute-on, 30-minute-off

  • CDC, School Age programs open for limited care in Phase 2A

    The Hanscom Child Development Center and School Age programs are opening under restricted guidelines during Phase 2A of a phased return to full capacity. Beginning June 22, limited care will be provided for currently-enrolled families who have been identified and verified through the installation

  • MDS offers health, safety tips prior to Phase 2A

    Officials from the 66th Medical Squadron offer multiple health and safety tips to employees as the installation enters into the next phase of COVID-19 operations.The installation commander announced that Hanscom will transition into Phase 2A, also known as the “Cautious Phase,” of the multiphase

  • Supplies provided for phased return

    Officials have purchased various supplies to be disseminated throughout base organizations prior to entering the next part of Hanscom’s phased return to full capacity. The bulk order includes touch-free and wall-mounted hand sanitizer dispensers, refills and face coverings.

  • AFMC preparing for next phase of COVID-19 operations

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- As states across the U.S. begin to slowly reopen their economies, Air Force Materiel Command leaders are similarly readying to return to full mission capacity following major disruptions caused by COVID-19.The plan is for AFMC’s six centers and eight

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