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  • Hanscom Airman chases dreams, runs for charity

    For Maj. Jenifer Mouser, 66th Medical Squadron officer in charge of laboratory and radiology, her relationships with sports have included all the above. Now she’s looking to give back to the next generation of athletes.

  • Respite Care available for EFMP families

    The program provides active duty Air Force families with short-term, specialized childcare to reduce the stressors associated with caring for a child with exceptional needs.

  • Wounded warrior talks resiliency during tactical pause

    In the wake of Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein’s Resiliency Tactical Pause directive, Master Sgt. Jose E. Rijos, Air Force Wounded Warrior ambassador, recounted the traumas of his career with his service dog, Cairo, at his side.

  • Hanscom Airman has come a long way

    Airmen come from all corners of the country to serve in the U.S. Air Force. In some cases, they come from even further, such as Airman 1st Class Rilwanu Olowu, a medical records technician in the 66th Medical Squadron here, whose journey to the Air Force began in Nigeria.

  • Ceremony marks completion of 2-year modernization project

    Officials here held a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 21 to mark the completion of a $12.5 million modernization project covering more than 3,700 square feet to Hanscom's Medical Treatment Facility.The project's scope included both administrative and clinical areas in Building 1900, the main medical