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  • 157th Air Refueling Wing

    The 157th Air Refueling Wing is a unit of Air Mobility Command and New Hampshire’s only Air National Guard Base. The wing encompasses more than 1,300 personnel, including more than 650 traditional Guardsmen and nearly 450 full-time military members and civilian employees. Seventy percent of these Airmen live in the seacoast area. The base has a total budget of nearly $133 million.
  • 157th Civil Engineering Squadron

    The 157th Civil Engineer Squadron is responsible for operating, maintaining, and repairing all base facilities and utilities. The squadron's diverse mission includes cradle-to-grave management of all contract construction projects, community planning, fire and emergency services, accompanied and unaccompanied housing management, natural, capital
  • Airman & Family Readiness Program

    Airmen & Family Readiness Program Manager (A&FRPM) EMAIL  Emergency 24-hour hotline: 1-800-472-0328 Email Listing A variety of fall and winter military discounts announcements, events and activities as well as youth events and camp opportunities have been shared recently via the A&FRP email roster. To have your email address included in the
  • Base tours

    How can I request a base tour?

    Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosive, or CBRNE, Enhanced Response Force Package, or CERFP.CERFP Mission: To provide immediate response capability to the governor including: incident site search capability of damaged buildings, rescuing trapped casualties, providing decontamination, and performing medical triage and
  • Command Post

    The 157th Air Refueling Wing Command Post serves as the nerve center from which the 157 ARW commander monitors and manages the readiness and response of the wing, coordinates the utilization of personnel and resources and controls wing operations. The Command Post operates 24 hours daily.The Command Post is a wing staff agency and is the wing
  • Dental Clinic

    Annual Dental Screening Examination Form Background: Oral health is vital for force health protection and failure to achieve a standard level of oral health will preclude a member from deploying. Health Affairs Policy Memorandum 98-021 directed the Services to ensure all members of the Selected Reserve undergo an annual dental examination. The
  • Equal Opportunity

    The Equal Opportunity office is responsible for processing Equal Employment Opportunity and EO complaints of discrimination filed by current and former federal civilian employees, applicants for civilian employment, active duty members, their family members and retirees alleging discrimination based on race, color, sex, sexual harassment, religion,
  • Equal Opportunity

    The Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) office has opened a traditional, enlisted position for current members of the 157th Air Refueling Wing as well as any other qualified military members.MEO officials are looking for a motivated Airman, who has a desire to help educate members and ensure that the 157 ARW remains a safe and comfortable unit. What
  • Harl Pease Jr.

    Pease Air National Guard Base, formerly part of Pease Air Force Base, takes pride in preserving the name and heritage of Captain Harl Pease, Jr. His gallantry, devotion to duty, and contempt for personal danger as a B-17 pilot during World War 11 earned him the Congressional Medal of Honor. His actions represent the true spirit of New Hampshire's