• SecAF visits Hanscom

    Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall stands for a photo with members of the workforce following a listening session at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., Aug. 5. Kendall met with military and civilian personnel during the hour-long lunch meeting to discuss emerging topics and answer questions from

  • This Week In AFLCMC History - August 8 - 14, 2022

    In "Heritage Hangar" this week, a pair of large aircraft first flights – one that went on to be a success and the other that did not - along with a pair of fighter related events and a critical event in the organization of armament acquisition.

  • ABG leadership present quarterly awards

    66th Air Base Group officials presented 15 quarterly awards to members of the workforce during an awards ceremony in the atrium of the group’s headquarters here July 27.

  • This Week In AFLCMC History - July 25 - 29, 2022

    This week’s 'Heritage Hangar' combines a pair of literal ground-breaking events with a pair of figurative ones that commemorate both a 75th and a 50th anniversary, along with a few other notable events from across AFLCMC’s mission heritage.

  • Team responsible for key Air Force defensive system wins prestigious award

    When Airmen fight, a key defensive system many take with them is the Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures System (LAIRCM), which detects, tracks, jams and prevents surface-to-air missiles from impacting aircraft.The team responsible for the acquisition, sustainment and modernization of LAIRCM,

  • B-1 training device to get Virtual update

    Leveraging research and development work done under a Phase II SBIR contract, the Simulators Division B-1 Training Systems team executed a contract modification to update the Cockpit Procedures Trainers with a new device that meets expanded capacities for B-1 aircrew training.