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  • Air Force improves lactation support for nursing mothers

    The updated policy, which is effective immediately, increases flexibility with lactation breaks and also mandates access to a refrigerator for the purpose of storing human milk.
  • Hanscom leaders speak on diversity, inclusion

    Col. Katrina Stephens, installation commander, and Chief Master Sgt. William Hebb, installation command chief, discussed diversity and inclusion during a recorded message to the workforce Aug. 24
  • AFMC championing diversity, inclusion across the mission set

    As the Department of the Air Force conducts a service-wide review of diversity and inclusion, the Air Force Materiel Command is also taking a look at these issues across the command, with a focus on the overall work climate, barriers to opportunities and identifying areas requiring support and corrective action.
  • Hanscom to host diversity, inclusion ruck

    Members from the Hanscom Diversity and Inclusion cell are hosting ‘Ruck Against Racism’ here Aug. 28 at 8:30 a.m. Organizers say the 2.5 mile event is open to all members of the Hanscom community to ruck or walk, and will serve as an opportunity for open discussion on diversity and inclusiveness across the base.
  • AFMC's top leaders visit Hill AFB to see operations, address diversity and inclusion

    Air Force Materiel Command Commander Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., said he was "really impressed" during his recent visit to Hill Air Force Base. The general and AFMC Command Chief Chief Master Sgt. Stanley C. Cadell visited Hill AFB June 10-11 to view how critical missions at the base are being executed and the impacts to AFMC’s teams during COVID-19.
  • AFSC Commander Message on “Diversity and Inclusion”

    Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland provides a message on diversity to the Air Force Sustainment Center.
  • Autism at Work brings civilian opportunities to individuals on the spectrum

    The Autism at Work program, a collaboration between the Air Force Materiel Command and Wright State University, offers students and recent graduates with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum the opportunity to participate in paid, one-year internships as Air Force civilians. The program provides the interns not only real-world job experiences as Air Force civilians, but it also offers them the opportunity to learn and practice soft skills such as business etiquette and communication under a team of mentors dedicated to helping them achieve success in the internship and beyond.
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