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  • Chapel to host community Easter egg hunt

    The Hanscom Chapel will host a community Easter egg hunt on the chapel grounds here April 8 at 10 a.m. The community-wide event is open to all families with base access and will feature crafts, prizes, and food.

  • WIC representatives at Hanscom once every month

    Representatives from the Bedford, Massachusetts, Women, Infants and Children program are available on the base the first Wednesday of each month from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in building 1540.

  • Hanscom Airman chases dreams, runs for charity

    Sports can benefit individuals in several ways. On the surface, they improve health and wellness. In some cases, they can create education opportunities and open doors to new careers, or teach lessons about teamwork, leadership, and mental grit. For Maj. Jenifer Mouser, 66th Medical Squadron officer

  • Airman earns top Hanscom University honors

    A 66th Comptroller Squadron financial accounting technician became the first Airman here to achieve Warrior Level through Hanscom University upon completing requirements March 17.

  • CHPS Physical Activity Challenge: Spring Into Shape

    During the months of May and June, Air Force Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) is encouraging the workforce to improve their overall health by increasing physical activity with the launch of the “Spring Into Shape” program.

  • 66 MDS Preventative Medicine elements relocate

    The 66th Medical Squadron Preventative Medicine Flight recently relocated to better serve beneficiaries. Bioenvironmental Engineering, Public Health, Health Promotions, and Civilian Health Promotion Services are now all co-located in Building 1609.

  • Hanscom master sergeants selected for E-8

    Air Force officials have selected 1,629 master sergeants for promotion to senior master sergeant, including two from the 66th Air Base Group here, out of 16,031 eligible.

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