The Nov. 14 meeting at the State House discussed the state's efforts to protect and promote Hanscom AFB, which faces the threat of a potential Base Realignment and Closure round.
Friday, November 16, 2012
The following announcement ws provided by the Office of Governor Deval Patrick. Gov. Deval Patrick and Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray on Wednesday welcomed Lt. Gen. C.D. Moore of the United States Air Force to the Massachusetts State House to discuss the importance of Hanscom Air Force Base, including the state’s effort to promote and support the strategic location, national security mission, and economic impact of the base. “Our military bases offer incredible assets, fuel our economy and are an important piece of our national security,” said Patrick. “We appreciate Lt. General Moore’s visit to Massachusetts as we work in partnership with Air Force leadership to strengthen and invest in Hanscom Air Force Base.” “Governor Patrick and I welcome …
Checking in with Scott Hoynoski, an Air Force master sergeant stationed at Hanscom AFB, who is growing a moustache this month as part of the Movember campaign to raise money for and awareness about men's health issues.
A little while ago, we told you about local airman Scott Hoynoski’s plans to participate in Movember, a campaign in which men around the world grow moustaches to raise money and awareness about issues like prostate cancer. Now, three weeks in, we present to you the changing face of men’s health. Patch checked back in with Hoynoski late last week and he provided this link to his Movember page, which shows his sprouting ‘stache. A Master Sergeant and IMA administrator at Hanscom Air Foce Base, Hoynoski said he's participating in Movember to do his part to reverse what he believes is a trend of prostate cancer being overshadowed by the plentiful and well publicized breast cancer awareness events. Here are a few excerpts from Hoynoski’s …