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  • Air Force Surgeon General visits Hanscom Clinic

    Air Force Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg thanked members of the 66th Medical Squadron for their COVID-19 response and continued work to provide high-quality care, during a visit here May 11.
  • Air Force readies for return to enhanced CHES collaboration

    As Microsoft Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) Teams phases out on June 15, a cross-functional team of Air Force communication and acquisition experts are working diligently to welcome the workforce back to the enterprise Office 365 platform, primed to offer more robust features than ever before.
  • Acculturation initiative drives better talent management

    For the Air Force Materiel Command, making sure new employees receive a great first impression is key to talent management and the driving force behind the continued success of the enterprise acculturation initiative.
  • Hanscom teams support testing of A.I. and ‘robotic dogs’ at Tyndall

    Two Hanscom teams are helping to build the “base of the future” by integrating an exciting new force protection technology at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. Teams within the Force Protection and Special Programs Divisions, both headquartered here, supplied and integrated the 325th Security Forces Squadron with four prototype Quad-legged Unmanned Ground Vehicles, or ‘robotic dogs,’ in March.
  • Hanscom shines during April UEI

    The Air Force Materiel Command Inspector General team has concluded its Unit Effectiveness Inspection of the 66th Air Base Group, rating it as “Effective” in carrying out its vital base- and massive regional-support missions.
  • Security Forces, Legal Office reinforce marijuana laws on base

    Officials from the 66th Security Forces Squadron remind the base community that while marijuana may be legal in Massachusetts, it remains illegal in any form on the installation.
  • HMS students win state-level history contest

    Two students from Hanscom Middle School were recently recognized at the Massachusetts National History Day competition for winning first place in the junior documentary category. Morgan Gibson and Sophie Hrad, HMS eighth graders, will go on to compete at the national level for their documentary, “Ida B. Wells: Princess of the Press.” The 2021 theme was “Communication through history.”
  • Airmen share COVID experiences

    “You think you’re healthy and doing everything right until something happens that could change everything,” said 1st. Lt. Amanda Smies, a senior engineer at the Quick Reaction Capability Branch here. Smies was rushed to the emergency room, where she was confirmed positive with COVID-19. She had been completely asymptomatic until that point.
  • AFMC Connect May focus: Contribute

    A healthy workplace is one in which everyone collaborates to achieve mission goals and feels compelled to contribute, which is the focus topic for AFMC Connect for May 2021. It is important for each individual Airman to contribute to a unit’s mission and to have that contribution recognized. Each person’s role should be clearly understood and opportunities for continual growth provided.
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