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  • Outsized impact: Lebel retires after 35 years of service

    The members of Pease Air National Guard Base are like key parts of a complex machine, each enduring a life cycle of wear and tear as they serve a crucial function. Chief Master Sgt. Anthony M. Lebel, the vehicle fleet manager of the 157th Mission Support Group here, is no exception.
  • 157th ARW Hosts SATAF

    Pease Air National Guard Base hosted the third KC-46A Site Activation Task Force visit from July 10-12, 2018.
  • Col. Zaker relinquishes command

    Lt. Col. Joshua J. Zaker relinquished command of the 64th Air Refueling Squadron during a ceremony on July 6, 2018.
  • Maintainers to McConnell for Maintenance Training Summit

    The Pease Program Integration Office is preparing airmen for the arrival of the new refueler, the KC-46A Pegasus. The fifth KC-46A Pegasus Maintenance Training Summit was held at McConnell Air Force Base last week to establish future training timelines for the KC-46A enterprise, focusing on the aircraft maintainers who will be working directly with the aircraft. Members of Pease Air National Guard Base, McConnell AFB, Altus AFB, Tinker AFB, the Air Education and Training Command, Air Mobility Command, the Special Programs Office and the National Guard Bureau attended the summit.
  • New Hampshire Guardsmen help bring medical care to Eastern Kentucky

    Close to 600 citizens from Eastern Kentucky received health care through clinics set up by the Kentucky National Guard in conjunction with the Naval Reserve along with state and local governmental agencies during Operation Bobcat, June 13 – 27, 2018.
  • Wing progress fueled by innovation

    157th Air Refueling Wing leadership has tapped into the minds of its airmen, a think tank for new ideas, as part of a local push of an Air Force innovation program.
  • Boom Operators: Fueling the fight

    Staff Sgt. Sam J. Mason, a boom operator assigned to the 133rd Air Refueling Squadron, shares his perspective as a key player in the 157th ARW refueling mission.
  • Protecting Pease: Smith prepares 157th ARW for real-world threats

    Members of the 157th Security Forces Squadron, here, attended a five-day course in the middle of May called Dynamics of International Terrorism in Destin, Florida.
  • To honor with dignity

    The Pease Base Honor Guard provides military honors for veteran funerals throughout New Hampshire, Northern Massachusetts and Southern Maine.