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Hanscom AFB Housing: 5 On Base Options (2021 Edition)

first_imgIntroductionSo you’ve been assigned orders to a new base, and now you’re looking for a place to live. House hunting in the military can be challenging, especially if you’re doing it from afar and don’t know much about the area you’re moving to next. Don’t worry! Read on and use this guide to learn more about the housing options available to you on base at Hanscom AFB.Suggested Read: Hanscom AFB Massachusetts: In-Depth Welcome CenterHanscom AFB BAHYou can follow this link to look up your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for your rank and zip code. This will help you create your budget and guide your home search.To learn more about what goes into your military BAH rate, visit our in-depth guide here.Hanscom AFB BarracksUnaccompanied personnel housing is for single or unaccompanied airmen in the ranks of E1 to E3 and E4 with less than 3 years of service. Unaccompanied personnel housing can be reached at 1 (781) 225-2219. If you’re planning to live on base and don’t have a family you’re bringing along, this could be a great resource for you. Visit the Air Force Housing website for more information.Hanscom AFB Housing OfficeIf you will not be living in the barracks at Hanscom AFB, the Military Housing Office should be one of your first stops. This office offers relocation services and information and support for airmen and families as they move to their new base.Hanscom AFB Military Housing Office101 Northbridge RoadHanscom AFB, MA 01731Phone: 1 (781) 225-5638Hanscom AFB Military HousingAt Hanscom AFB, military family housing is privatized. In addition to your option to purchase and rent housing in the local community, you may choose to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease agreement with Hanscom Family Housing by Hunt Military Communities, which owns the family housing and is responsible for constructing, maintaining, repairing, and managing the community.Hanscom AFB’s military family housing communities offer a variety of house styles and floor plans. Neighborhoods provide easy access to parks, playgrounds, tot lots, basketball courts, and village centers.School-age children living in Hanscom AFB military housing may attend Lincoln Preschool, Hanscom Primary School, Hanscom Middle School, Bedford High School, Shawsheen Valley Technical High School, and Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.Applying for on-base housing is easy, but don’t hesitate to contact the Management and Housing Office if you have questions.Management and Housing Office101 Northbridge RoadHanscom AFB, MA 01731Phone: 1 (888) 896-5772Note: Hanscom AFB military housing is available for active-duty service members, National Guard and reserve members, federal civil service employees, retired military members, retired federal civil service employees, and DOD contractors.Benefits of Living in Base HousingNo application fees.No credit checks.No security deposit.No commute or wait at the gate.Convenient access to the commissary, exchange, and base recreation facilities.Base Housing Features and AmenitiesPet-friendly.All major kitchen appliances included.Washer and dryer connections.All utilities included.24-hour emergency maintenance service.Landscaping services.Waste and (opt-in) recycling collection.Features of Hanscom AFB NeighborhoodsAccess to the Hunt Heart Program, which provides support services to new residents, residents with a deployed spouse, or residents experiencing a family crisis.Parks, playgrounds, and tot lots.Basketball courts.Resident activities and events.The Neighborhoods at Hanscom AFB1. Battle Road GlenRanks: All ranksFeaturing new, modern homes completed in the last few years, Battle Road Glen offers homes with three to four bedrooms. The homes in this neighborhood have attached garages, covered patios, and air conditioning. Select units have fireplaces, Corian countertops, and private patios.2. Flintlock RidgeRanks: All ranksFlintlock Ridge has traditional, colonial-style homes with two to four bedrooms. Homes have garages, full basements, and hardwood flooring. Select units have fireplaces, recessed lighting, and ceiling fans.3. Musket MeadowsRanks: E1-E6Musket Meadows has traditional homes with two to four bedrooms. Homes feature attached garages and air conditioning, and most offer plenty of yard space.4. Musket Meadows IIRanks: E1-E6, O4-O5, W4-W5Brand new, modern homes at Musket Meadows II have three to four bedrooms and attached garages. Most units have plenty of yard space. Select units have covered patios or porches, full basements, and ceiling fans.5. Patriot VillageRanks: E1-E8Renovated in 2010, Patriot Village has three- and four-bedroom traditional homes. Homes feature attached garages and air conditioning.ConclusionMoving to a new place can be stressful, but there are plenty of great housing options at Hanscom AFB. You’re sure to find the ideal housing for you and your family’s needs. Housing on base is limited, so be sure to connect with the Military Housing Office as soon as you receive your orders to Hanscom AFB. We hope you find Hanscom AFB is soon home sweet home.More like this: 25 Of the Best Things to Do in Hanscom AFBlast_img read more

Saints march on to full potential

first_imgBasketball BY SIMON KESLEP Saints basketball club continues their march to reach full potential in PNG Men’s Basketball League 2018 season. The team, despite a slow start this season, manages to pull off a come-back win against debutant club Digaso Hornbills last Saturday night. This weekend’s preparation for the team will be important as they aim to conquer their opponents (Moniplus Tamaraws) territory of competitiveness to maintain a top spot on the competition ladder. Trailing behind the scoreboard in the three opening quarters was more like a threat for them but the Lawrence Lahari-coached side applied stability and confidence in general play to celebrate their 75-74 win. “The last couple of weeks we have always been down, we knew where we were so we just need to make sure we stay composed and we were playing good defence,” Lahari said. He said his players must not have the game approach of chasing behind the results on the scoreboard. “We are not starting well but if we start well, set a good foundation and there is a lot of improvement for that,” he said. Saints has a squad of 20 players who make up the team for game day with good junior players coming up like Bullie Budin, Enoch Vele and Augustine Kaupa. Kaupa is currently playing a very good game. Lahari’s advice to the players is they need to start well, build the foundation. “The last three games we have been chasing so it is just our preparation, a mindset thing. Hopefully next week we can start strong,” said Lahari after win against Hornbills last Saturday night.last_img read more