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  • Hanscom AFB welcomes new DEIA chief

    66th Air Base Group officials recently hired a new Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Cell chief to ensure members of the workforce here have the right environment, resources, and opportunities to succeed in their careers.

  • CYBER HYGIENE: Beware of fake DoD SAFE site

    According to local military cybersecurity experts, there is a fake website that is mirroring DoD SAFE. DoD SAFE (Secure Access File Exchange) Service makes it easy to exchange unclassified files up to 8.0 GB that can't be sent through email services. However, it is not a “.mil” site. Instead, it is

  • Recruiting, ALS partner to enlist next generation

    The 319th Recruiting Squadron and Airman Leadership School here recently partnered to visit local high schools and share their stories of service with young people who might be interested in enlisting.

  • News in brief

     Civilian Personnel relocates in building 1305The Civilian Personnel and Non-Appropriated Fund Human Resources Office are now located on the second floor of building 1305. The Civilian Personnel Flight assists civilian employees and managers with a full range of human resource management functions

  • Upcoming events

    For base event information, visit the calendar page on the 66th Force Support Squadron's website or the internal community calendar that is only accessible with a common access card on an Air Force network computer. Local community events can be found by visiting the Bedford, Concord, Lexington and

  • Summer Bash & BBQ planned

    The 66th Force Support Squadron will host a “Summer Bash & BBQ” event at the Chapel here June 23 from 3 to 9 p.m. The event is open to all personnel with base access, and will feature fireworks, games, dancing, pony rides, food, and more.

  • Providers, Chaplain pilot vectoring program to better assist community

    Officials from the 66th Medical Squadron Mental Health Flight and the Installation Chapel team are piloting a new initiative to better support personnel here. Mental Health providers and technicians are now administering a vectoring interview to personnel who visit the clinic seeking care.

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