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  • New Hampshire Airman Saves Life in Boating Accident

    July 24, 2022 Senior Airman Amy Granfield, a public health technician with the 157th Medical Group, rendered first aid during a boating accident on Long Pond in Pelham, New Hampshire. Following the accident, Granfield was recognized by N.H. Marine Patrol for saving the woman's life.

  • New Hampshire Air National Guard Leaders Unveil ;IGY6 Tattoo

    Chief Master Sgt. Robert Holt, the Aircraft Maintenance Superintendent with the 157th Maintenance Group, Chief Master Sgt. Bernard Cho, the senior enlisted leader with the 157th MXG and Don Roussel, the director of psychological health with the 157th Air Refueling Wing, chose similar depictions of

  • Better Than An Actual Refueling

    A KC-46A Pegasus crew from the 157th Air Refueling Wing had to declare in-flight emergency during a New Hampshire National Guard orientation flight for state congressional staffers Aug. 23, after the aircraft’s boom failed to retract.

  • Your NH Guard Podcast - 20: Jet Packed

    This podcast episode of Your NH Guard features Tech. Sgt. Natalie Belongie, a boom operator with 133rd Air Refueling Squadron, and "Pack," her wingman and Pease ANG Base's official mascot.

  • New Hampshire Air Guard performs KC-46 Endurance Flight

    Airmen from the 157th Air Refueling Wing took off from Pease Air National Guard Base, New Hampshire and flew more than 22-hours, in one of the longest KC-46 flights in history with one hundred percent mission system capability.

  • The Benefits of Family

    Free college tuition for all New Hampshire National Guard spouses. That’s the new service benefit, one previously reserved just for uniformed soldiers and airmen, signed into law this week with the passing of Senate Bill 360.