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  • Hanscom team members honored with DOD, Air Force awards

    In November, multiple Hanscom-based teams and individuals were recognized for excellence in leadership, acquisition, engineering, information dominance, and safety.
  • Air Force discusses modernization of operational C2 systems

    The 505th Command and Control Wing hosted a team from the 700th Air Support Squadron, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, to familiarize the wing’s units to the Kessel Run All-Domain Operations Suite, or KRADOS, operational command and control tools and discuss the modernization of operational C2 systems, at Hurlburt Field, Florida.
  • AFLCMC hosts Focus Week October 25-29

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is hosting the third virtual Focus Week of 2021 from October 25-29.
  • AFLCMC hosts Virtual Focus Week April 26-30

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is hosting the second virtual Focus Week of 2021 from April 26-30. Focus week is an opportunity for personnel to complete mandatory and discretionary leadership and acquisition training and earn continuous learning points. Dozens of courses will be available, ranging from career and functional area-specific training and coaching to personal development classes.
  • Leaders discuss digital engineering and acquisition, ABMS, more

    Air Force and industry leaders came together to discuss digital engineering and acquisition, the Advanced Battle Management System, improvements in cloud and edge computing, artificial intelligence, and other topics during virtual presentations March 23-25.
  • Digital Directorate personnel earn top AFLCMC engineering awards

    Three members of the Digital Directorate, headquartered here, won 2020 individual Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Engineering Awards during a virtual ceremony Feb. 18.
  • VCSAF meets with accelerators of change in Boston

    Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. David Allvin arrived at Logan International Airport on Monday and stepped off the aircraft with an extra sense of urgency. His flight wasn’t late, nor was he running behind schedule for his meeting in downtown Boston. Allvin’s deliberate stride was appropriate to the stark reality the Air Force faces — the pacing threat China poses to U.S. national defense.
  • Bradley discusses digital engineering, data security

    Digital engineering, open architecture, and agile acquisition are all interrelated, symbiotic, and necessary for our success, a Hanscom Air Force Base senior official told members of the Hanscom Representatives Association during their virtual presentation Nov. 10.
  • Kessel Run brings new software to Vermont ANG aircraft maintainers

    In the course of two weeks, Kessel Run personnel started with zero Mad Hatter users from the Vermont ANG and grew to 78 user accounts at the 158th Maintenance Group. Airmen were able to recover, service and launch aircraft entirely using Mad Hatter applications, resulting in 10 successful sorties flown.
  • Schmidt digs into network acquisition

    “It’s harder, in this portfolio, to visualize what we’re giving to the warfighter than some of the other three PEO’s I’ve had the privilege to lead,” said Brig. Gen. Michael Schmidt. “But make no mistake, it doesn’t matter if you have the coolest B-21 or F-35 in the air, it won’t do any good for you without the awareness generated by networks we manage here.”
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