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  • Pushing to the limit

    The 157th Maintenance Group held their inaugural weight lifting competition as a part of the 2018 157th MXG commander’s challenge Nov. 4, 2018 at Pease Air National Guard Base, N.H.
  • Second Annual Trunk or Treat

    More than 20 families attended the 157th Airman Family and Readiness Program’s second annual Trunk-or-Treat event Oct. 26 at Pease Air National Guard Base, N.H. The event provided service members with an opportunity to bring their families on base to trick-or-treat and enjoy games and snacks provided by the A&FRP.
  • National Guard team talks cybersecurity with Salvadoran military

    National Guard cybersecurity experts from New Hampshire and Maryland met with their Salvadoran Army and civilian counterparts from Sept. 24-28, 2018 to evaluate the Salvadoran Army’s plans to create their first cyber operations unit.
  • KC-46 Simulators now at Pease

    As the contractors install the last module, tighten the last screw, and finely tune the necessary software, the work on the new KC-46 simulators is nearing completion here at Pease. The first KC-46A is scheduled to arrive, Aug. 2019.
  • 64th ARS has new commander

    The 64th Air Refueling Squadron welcomed a new commander during a ceremony Sept. 24. Lt. Col. Kevin Eley assumed command of the 64th ARS after serving as a Strategic Policy Fellow in Washington, D.C., officially replacing Lt. Col. Joshua Zaker.
  • In Rememberance

    New Hampshire Air National Guard Airmen gather to remember the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and pay tribute to the victims and families of those lost in New York, Pennsylvania and in the Pentagon, Pease Air National Guard Base, N.H., September 11, 2018. The 157th Air Refueling Wing continues to provide air refueling support for the War
  • Guardian of the Wing: Rice to retire after 16 years at Pease

    In 2002, the senior staff at Pease Air National Guard Base hired a contractor as the manager for the Airmen and Family Readiness Program. They may not have known at the time but her perseverance and dedication to the program would create a silent force at Pease that is one of the most-respected A&FRP in the nation. Due to her driving passion, the wing has been able to fund and support a program that has touched every single member of this unit in some way or another.