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  • Hanscom Defender named top in DOD

    A civilian 66th Security Forces Squadron defender here has been named the John Awtrey Annual Law Enforcement Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission Award winner. The POST Commission Award is presented to a Department of Defense law enforcement employee whose efforts greatly contributed to

  • 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

  • Defenders revamp training with StressVest kits

    Defenders from the 66th Security Forces Squadron are enhancing their training with the use of StressVests kits. The kits, which include body panel vests, belts, hats, and weapon-mounted lasers, provide immediate feedback to the user via a light shock or vibration to simulate real-time engagement.

  • Chiefs, first sergeant earn honorary berets

    Senior enlisted leaders here participated in the 66th Security Forces Squadron’s Honorary Beret Program to experience firsthand some of the capabilities and training of defenders earlier this month. Chief Master Sgts. William Hebb and Holly Burke, installation command chief and 66th Medical Squadron

  • Defenders to host haunted house

    Defenders from the 66th Security Forces Squadron will host a haunted house in Building 1510 here Oct. 22-24 and Oct. 29-30 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. The Hanscom Blue Knights designed and decorated 11 rooms throughout the building, each with a different theme, for members of the community to enjoy.

  • Security Forces to debut EZ Child ID system

    The 66th Security Forces Squadron will soon offer EZ Child ID cards to the Hanscom community to assist families and law enforcement in the case of a missing person. The software creates a comprehensive identification card that captures all the needed information that would assist law enforcement in