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Col Hanson Scrapbook

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FC: COLONEL KRAIG M. HANSON 75 MSG/CC

1: "Throughout our work days and our home lives, we are constantly making trade-offs between one thing and another, whether we notice or not. Sometimes it's good to stop and take the time to notice, to step back and reflect on how we are balancing things." - Col. Kraig Hanson | "Got Balance?" This is the question posed by the 75th MSG Commander. Today we face unique challenges in response to less resources and increasing missions. We are asked to challenge ourselves to be better people, better airmen, and overall a better Air Force. To face those challenges we need to look at how we are balancing our roles, trust, and workload. Colonel Hanson reminds us that there is a time for work, and a time for play...

2: Cook Elementary School Mission to Mars Event

3: March 21, 2012, local 5th graders gathered together to participate in the first ever Utah Mission to Mars program! As a STEM supporter (science, technology, engineering, and math), Colonel Hanson launched the program with an address and later participated in the activities.

4: Hill AFB Half Marathon

6: 9.11.2012 Wasatch Elementary School

8: Weber State vs Montana

10: University of Utah Summer Camp Science & Technology Scholarship winners! Col. Kraig Hanson awarded 15 scholarships to participants in the GREAT program- Graphics and Robotics Exploration with an Emphasis on Technology as part of Hill AFB's STEM program.

15: Heritage Luau 2013

16: Storytime: Holiday Party

17: Utah Shake Out | Drop! Cover! Hold On!

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