• Cabo Verde partners visit Pease

    Leadership from the Cabo Verde military visited Airmen at the 157th Air Refueling Wing for a three-day state partnership exchange focused on aviation operations May 7 to 10.

  • Captain America of the 157th Air Refueling Wing

    Staff Sgt. Jared Hakala, a maintenance operations controller and KC-46 crew chief with the 157th Maintenance Group, has maintained a 3.98 GPA in the University of New Hampshire’s mechanical engineering program, stood out as an exceptional leader in the UNH ROTC program, and exceeded expectations in

  • 157th ARW Earns Air Traffic Control Facility of the Year

    The Airmen and civilian partners of the 260th Air Traffic Control Squadron earned the 2023 D. Ray Hardin Air Traffic Control Facility of The Year award for demonstrating superior ATC capabilities through seamless operations while ensuring safety and efficiency.

  • New Hampshire Guardsman ANG Public Health NCO of the Year

    Tech. Sgt. Sarah Davidson, the NCO in charge of the Public Health Office with the 157th Air Refueling Wing, was selected as the 2023 Air National Guard Public Health NCO of the Year. Davidson conducts inspections, implements preventive measures, and partners with health professionals to ensure the

  • New Hampshire Airman Conquers the Appalachian Trail

    From March to October, Tech. Sgt. Alan Dwyer hiked the 2,200 miles from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Baxter State Park, Maine, through 14 states along the east coast before finishing an achievement of a lifetime.

  • New England CERFP Receives Zero Discrepancies on Evaluation

    The New England CERFP (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and high-yield Explosive Enhanced Force Package) Medical Element from the 157th Medical Group Detachment 1, was tested on their response to a radiological disaster as part of a four-day training and certification exercise. They received

  • 157th Visits Air Force Basic Military Training

    NCOs, senior NCOs and company grade officers of the 157th Air Refueling Wing flew down to Air Force Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio Lackland Nov. 7-9. The group was tasked with bringing their knowledge and understanding of BMT back to the Wing's newest Airmen and trainees.