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  • Virtual Focus Week returns Oct. 26-30

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is hosting its quarterly Focus Week virtually from Oct. 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,

  • “SpeedDealer” demos wrap, agreement expected early 2021

    Using a try-before-you-buy strategy, a team within the Digital Directorate, headquartered here, completed a series of live-fly demonstrations Sept. 26 to evaluate three commercially available, production-ready and deployable long-range radar systems.

  • AFLCMC seeks program managers at Hanscom

    Human resource officials with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center are hosting a digital hiring event Sept. 16 and 17 to fill critical positions with Hanscom-based acquisition directorates. Resumes must be submitted by Sept. 9 at 11:59 p.m. EST at 

  • Contracting finds remote solution to accomplish mission

    Contracting experts at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, found two solutions to a long-standing limitation that allowed full mission execution despite distributed operations.

  • 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

  • AFLCMC-Hanscom logisticians receive awards

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Logistics Directorate held its seventh annual awards ceremony at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio Feb. 27. AFLCMC-Hanscom personnel participated in the ceremony via video teleconference.

  • Center commander talks changes and challenges

    The commander of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center spoke about the Center’s mission, challenges it’s facing, along with the future of the Air Force overall during a State of the Center address Feb. 10.

  • Hanscom seeks engineers, scientists, program managers for hire

    Hanscom’s top officials are looking for more than 45 computer scientists, engineers and program managers to help develop and field the latest weapon system technology. Candidates can expect to work on tomorrow’s most advanced radars, communication and intelligence systems, command and operation