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  • Hanscom NCO sings national anthem, shares story of service dreams

    A massive American flag unfurled behind her as she held on to the microphone. Her pressed uniform, adorned with stripes and service ribbons, flashed across the jumbotron at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, as more than 70,000 fans fell silent, waiting for the first note.This was, by

  • Public Health Week promotes preventative care

    Medical personnel here are recognizing National Public Health Week April 3 to 9. Recognized annually the first full week of April, NPHW celebrates the contributions of health professionals around the globe and encourages education about preventative care.

  • Flu, COVID shots available at vaccine POD

    Officials from the 66th Medical Squadron will offer influenza and COVID vaccinations during a point of distribution at the Youth Center here Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • 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

  • Pfizer doses available for children ages 5 to 11

    The 66th Medical Squadron is now offering the Pfizer COVID vaccine to children ages 5 to 11, following its emergency use authorization for pediatric patients by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration last month.

  • Moderna, Pfizer boosters available while supplies last

    The 66th Medical Squadron is now offering single COVID booster doses for Pfizer and Moderna vaccines while limited supplies last. The booster doses are available to all those 18 years and older, with base access, who completed their initial vaccine dose prior to May 5, on base or off.

  • Ready Eagle prepares Hanscom medics

    The 66th Medical Squadron held a full-scale disaster response exercise here July 26 to 30 focused on medical readiness and preparedness. The week-long exercise, Ready Eagle, tested personnel from across nine medical flights on their ability to respond to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear