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  • Hanscom helping today‚Äôs warfighters with a FEURY

    A small team here is improving warfighter capabilities by providing full motion video systems for those deployed in theater.
  • Hanscom division upgrades Saudi AWACS

    The International Airborne Battle Management Command and Control Division here has completed a significant radar upgrade for the Royal Saudi Air Force.
  • New Horizons around the bend

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. - An annual event that allows interaction between government, industry and academia, New Horizons will take place March 14 and 15 at the Marriott Hotel in Newton, Massachusetts.Sponsored by the Lexington-Concord Chapter of the Armed Force Communications and Electronics Association, New Horizons will feature Lt. Gen.
  • Air Force looks to ensure cyber resiliency in weapons systems through new office

    The Air Force, through its Life Cycle Management Center, has stood up the Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems, often called CROWS.
  • Battle Management and C3I&N personnel honored with acquisition awards

    Members of the Battle Management and Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Directorate garnered a variety of awards during the fourth annual Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Acquisition Management Awards Ceremony Dec. 13.
  • Looking to a cloud to share data faster

    The Kill Chain Integration Branch here has begun an experimentation campaign to look at ways to provide warfighters data in the fastest and most efficient ways possible.
  • Hanscom looks to leverage industry to improve air picture

    A program office here is working to improve and upgrade a system that provides comprehensive air surveillance and defense with a recent request for information and industry days.
  • Fall Focus Week begins Oct. 24

    AFLCMC Fall Focus Week offering a variety of courses begins Oct. 24.
  • Air Force modifies 3DELRR solicitation

    The Air Force is working diligently to improve battlespace awareness with the next generation of long-range radars and has issued an amendment to a current solicitation. The Three-Dimensional Expeditionary Long-Range Radar, or 3DELRR, will be the principal Air Force ground-based sensor for long range surveillance, detection and tracking of aerial targets in support of theater commanders and will replace the AN/TPS-75.