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  • NGB Chief visits Pease

    The National Guard Bureau’s top general paid a visit to the 157th Air Refueling Wing, May 27.
  • OCP uniform requirements deadline approaches

    Effective June 1, 2020, the following items will be required when wearing the Operational Camouflage Pattern utility uniform: coyote brown boots, coyote brown T-shirt, U.S. Flag spice brown color criteria, spice brown officer rank, and green or coyote brown socks. As the deadline approaches, Airmen are encouraged to begin purchasing these items if
  • Maj. Tori Scearbo: NH Air National Guardsman and Guardian Angel

    Maj. Tori Scearbo is one of thousands of state medical professionals working the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. She has been taking care of patients since the virus spread to New Hampshire in March.
  • NH Guard staffs multiple COVID-19 test sites

    NH guardsmen this week began manning five drive-thru COVID-19 test sites for residents not able to access clinics or urgent care centers. The fixed sites are located here at the local armory, Tamworth, Claremont, Lancaster armory, and Plymouth armory. They are intended to help Gov. Chris Sununu meet his goal of 1,500 tests per day.
  • COVID-19 Update #7

    As we begin week seven of COVID-19 relief missions for the state of New Hampshire, just over 500 guardsmen are supporting eight different missions across the state, an increase of more than 140 soldiers and airmen since my last update. From helping distribute food to an estimated 750 families in the North Country this past weekend, to the 12th Civil Support Team fielding its first mobile lab Friday to test staff and residents of long term care facilities, the NHNG has been an omnipresent force of good.
  • COVID-19 Update #6

    Our lines of effort continue to increase as we begin week six of what has been the longest continuous mobilization of New Hampshire National Guard resources for a domestic response in the past half century. Not since an 18-month stretch from 2006 to 2007, when three separate 100-year storms devastated the Granite State with severe flooding, has the National Guard been used with such frequency.
  • NH guardsmen train with civilian law enforcement

    One of the latest COVID-19 support requests for the New Hampshire National Guard features 90 soldiers and airmen training with civilian law enforcement.
  • COVID-19 Update #5

    The Easter arrival of 45 tons of personal protective equipment (PPE) at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport capped off another inspiring week of support provided by the New Hampshire National Guard.
  • Pease Airmen answering the call

    In response to the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, more than 150 New Hampshire guardsmen are assigned to support missions across the Granite State.
  • COVID-19 Update #4

    For the first time since 9/11, the number of New Hampshire guardsmen and women on state active duty has surpassed the total currently deployed overseas. As of today, 134 soldiers and airmen are supporting seven different missions in concert with the state’s campaign against COVID-19.