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  • Pease names KC-46 jets for New Hampshire counties, towns

    In a ceremony held during the Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show, Sept. 12, the 157th Air Refueling Wing named it’s 12 KC-46A Pegasus aircraft after New Hampshire counties and towns.
  • Pease air show a soaring success

    White smoke streamed from the tails of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds as thousands of spectators gazed skyward during the 2021 Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show and Open House, Sept. 11-12. An estimated 81,000 civilians, volunteers and military personnel enjoyed the two-day event that included aerial performances, static displays, and interactive events with New Hampshire's own National Guard. The event was hosted by the 157th Air Refueling Wing and came to fruition after two years of planning on the part of New Hampshire’s only Air National Guard base and its community partners. Their goal: bring the community and military members together, while creating an amazing show.
  • Pease unveils 9/11 20th anniversary memorial

    The 157th Air Refueling Wing unveiled a stainless steel replica of the twin towers for the first time during a 9/11 memorial ceremony held at Pease Air National Guard Base, Sept. 11.
  • Pease holds 9/11 20th anniversary memorial

    In a ceremony held on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the 157th Air Refueling Wing and guests in attendance for the Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show, paid tribute the men and women who lost their lives that unforgettable day. 
  • A soaring start to a great weekend

    Aircraft thundered over head while hundreds of Soldiers and Airmen from the New Hampshire National Guard, along with their families, retirees, and other members of the military community gathered at Pease Air National Guard for a sneak peek of the 2021 Thunder Over New Hampshire Airshow and Open House.Following the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic
  • AMC Leadership Visits Pease

    Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost, Air Mobility Command commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Kruzelnick, command chief master sergeant for Air Mobility Command, met with local New Hampshire state and National Guard leadership and recognized Airmen who showed outstanding support of the AMC mission.
  • Ready: Pease emergency services prepared for Air Show

    Pease emergency services prepared for the upcoming Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show.
  • STEM Exhibits at Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show and Open House

    Cutting-edge fighter jets, lasers, bomb-disposing robots, unmanned aerial vehicles. These are just a few of the futuristic technologies today’s Airmen work with every day.To inspire the Airmen of tomorrow, the Thunder Over New Hampshire Open House and Air Show, scheduled for Sept. 11-12 at Pease Air National Guard Base, will feature a large
  • Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show and Open House

    Pease Air National Guard Base to welcome the public to its first open house and air show in more than a decade. Performers include U.S. Air Force demonstration teams and fifth generation aircraft. The ground displays and exhibits are scheduled to have more than 30 aircraft on the ramp and both military and civilian live-action STEM demonstrations and competitions.
  • Pease Airmen deploy to support arrival of Afghans

    Eleven New Hampshire Air National Guardsmen of the 157th Air Refueling Wing at Pease Air National Guard Base have deployed to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, to join the task force supporting the arrival of vulnerable Afghans there.
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