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  • NH shooters earn coveted 'Chief's 50'

    Two New Hampshire Guardsmen finished in the top 10 at the 52nd Annual Winston P. Wilson Rifle and Pistol Championships held in North Little Rock, Arkansas from April 29 to May 5. Sgt. 1st Class David Musso, a soldier with 3643d Brigade Support Battalion, and Tech. Sgt. Connor Cunio, an airman with

  • Civilian hiring event for Hanscom AFB planned May 23

    Air Force Civilian Service will host a recruitment and hiring event May 23 at the Burlington Marriott, One Burlington Mall Road, Burlington, Massachusetts, to fill more than 400 positions at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.

  • Sibling Legacy

    Five Pincince siblings, from a family of nine children, all serve at Pease Air National Guard Base, New Hampshire. The oldest seven siblings have all served in the 157th ARW in the past decade.

  • An Airman's Piglet on the Run

    Tech. Sgt. Shawn Sullivan, a ground radar technician with the 260th Air Traffic Control Squadron, made the local news after his new piglet, Simon, ran away from home for four days, swam across the town lake and eluded local authorities, town residents and employees at the bus depot.

  • Making Winter History

    For the first time in more than 20 years, athletes from the New Hampshire National Guard Biathlon Team stood on the podium during the 47th Annual Chief of the National Guard Bureau Biathlon at Camp Ethan Allen, Vermont.

  • From the Basics

    Master Sgt. Kelsey Hannafin, the unit training manager for the 157th Security Forces Squadron, and Tech. Sgt. Andrew Rothstein, a flight chief with the 157th SFS, served nearly four years as military training instructors and refined the next era of U.S. Air Force Airmen, including their current SF

  • Here Since the Beginning

    In the late '80s, Pease Tradeport was an active-duty base for the 509th Bomb Wing. More than thirty years later, five Airmen once working alongside the bombers are serving in the 157th Air Refueling Wing.

  • They got a new attitude

    The New Hampshire National Guard “came out of nowhere” to seize third place at the U.S. Army Small Arms Championship held March 12 to 19 at Fort Benning, Georgia. After a 10-year hiatus from the prestigious national competition, Granite State’s “Alpha” squad hauled in three team and seven individual