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  • Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Employment and Diversity and Inclusion to align

    Currently, the offices of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Employment and Diversity and Inclusion are not all aligned under the same organization, but that’s about to change.
  • Mission planning team supports JADC2 through agile software development

    In an effort to facilitate Joint All-Domain Command and Control, a team at Hanscom recently demonstrated a new agile cloud-based aircraft mission planning application. JOMS Core Mission Planning, or JOMS CMP, is an aircraft transit planning software that leverages CloudOne to identify users and shape the mission planning environment for that individual planner.
  • Strategic Interchange Meetings connect Department of the Air Force senior leaders, researchers, with defense industry stakeholders

    JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. – Nearly 400 U.S. defense industry stakeholders recently got senior leader-level insight into Department of the Air Force priorities that could shape future capabilities. The hybrid in-person/online Strategy Interchange Meetings (SIM), held April 19-22 at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, were hosted by the Department of the Air
  • USAF Marathon History and Heritage Race Series features the B-17 Flying Fortress for July

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Soaring in as the fourth historical aircraft to be highlighted for the History and Heritage Race Series is the B-17 Flying Fortress, beginning July 1.As the second most produced bomber in United States Air Force history, the retired B-17 aircraft is one of the most iconic aircraft of World War II. The B-17
  • Civil Engineers: the foundation of Robins

    Robins Air Force Base Installation Commander Col. Brian Moore considers the 78th Civil Engineer Group “the backbone” of the base.
  • Air Force awards contract for pilot study of groundwater treatment at Cannon AFB

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The Air Force recently awarded a $16.6 million contract for a pilot study and engineering evaluation/cost estimate at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. The study could help protect drinking water and accelerate possible long-term actions to address two perfluorinated substances in water supplies near the
  • Innovation event turns ideas into reality

    Airmen pitch ideas at Million Dollar Day Innovation event
  • Depot group adapts, delivers amidst pandemic

    In the midst of a global pandemic caused by COVID-19, the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group continued to provide world-class, depot-level maintenance and return aircraft to the warfighter. While adapting to protect the largest direct labor force in the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, the 309th AMXG delivered scheduled aircraft to Department of Defense agencies and international partners.
  • Hanscom team awards contract for up to six aircraft

    A Hanscom team awarded a $464.8 million contract to Learjet, Inc., a U.S. subsidiary of the Specialized Aircraft Division of Bombardier Inc., on June 1 in support of the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node program, headquartered here. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity agreement provides funds for up to six Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft with a five-year delivery period.
  • AFMC designates $5 million for AFMC We Need efforts

    The Air Force Materiel Command released $5 million in funding for projects across the mission as it continues to drive towards the goals of the AFMC We Need.
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