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Col. John Pogorek, 157th Air Refueling Wing commander, transfers the Wing's guidon to Chief Master Sgt. Erica Rhea, New Hampshire Air National Guard, symbolizing Rhea's assumption of authority as the Wing's highest ranking enlisted Airman, during a change of authority ceremony held at Pease Air National Guard Base, N.H., June 6, 2020. The ceremony transferred Wing Command Chief responsibilities from Heiman to Chief Master Sgt. Erica Rhea, the Wing's eighth Command Chief. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Vezeau)
Maj. Tori Scearbo, a 157th Medical Group nurse, New Hampshire Air National Guard, at her civilian job in a local hospital intensive care unit, April 26, 2020, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Courtesy photo)
Master Sgt. Paul Knight of the 157th Medical Group briefs Col. John Pogorek, commander of the 157th Air Refueling Wing, on the drive thru COVID-19 testing process, May 1, 2020, at the Rochester armory location. The National Guard staffed five COVID-19 testing sites capable of testing up to 1,500 residence per day. The tests are intended to give Gov. Christopher T. Sununu better situational awareness for making decisions on reopening the state. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Vezeau)
Staff Sgt. Mary Lux, boom operator, 133d Air Refueling Squadron, 157th Air Refueling Wing, New Hampshire Air National Guard, works the phones at a N.H. Employment Security call center at the Richard M. Flynn Fire Academy in Concord, April 2, 2020. The center fields thousands of calls a day in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, and is staffed with 19 airmen on state active duty seven days a week, 13 hours a day. Photo by Staff Sgt. Charles Johnston, NHNG Deputy State PAO.
Capt. Jacob Ricciotti, foreground, a pilot for the 133rd Air Refueling Squadron, New Hampshire Air National Guard, and Pfc. Nathan Huston, a diesel mechanic for the 197th Field Artillery Brigade, New Hampshire Army National Guard set up beds at the Hamel Recreational Center at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, Mar. 23. The facility in Durham will augment area hospitals treating COVID-19 cases, if necessary. It is one of nine "surge" locations the NH Guard, in coordination with local and state healthcare agencies, plans to set up and manage across the state. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Vezeau)

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