• 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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Pease Airmen share thoughts on Women's Equality Day

    On the 101st anniversary of Women’s Equality Day, three female leaders from Pease Air National Guard Base shared their thoughts on what it means to serve today.   Today, approximately 20 percent of senior Air Force leadership is female, with women filling key roles across the force. Maj. Shannon Van

  • Pease welcomes new leaders

    The 157th Air Refueling Wing welcomed two new group commanders, Aug. 14.In separate ceremonies, Col. Anthony Pasquale assumed command of the 157th Mission Support Group and Lt. Col. James Brown assumed command of the 157th Medical Group. Col. John Pogorek, 157th Air Refueling Wing commander,

  • First Lady visits Pease

    First Lady Dr. Jill Biden helped kick off the Independence Day weekend celebrations for some members of the New Hampshire National Guard and their families when she stopped for a visit at Pease Air National Guard Base, July 3.The visit was part of White House leadership’s America Back Together tour,

  • Airman promotes messages of inclusion, unity at Pease

    Airman Matthew Winders is a logistics plans specialist with the 157th Logistics Readiness Squadron at Pease Air National Guard Base, New Hampshire.Even though he is one of the newest members of the unit, having returned from Basic Military Training and technical school in March, he hasn’t wasted any

  • Air Force releases Pease Cancer Mortality Study

    Air Force releases Pease Cancer Mortality Study, which determines if members who are or were stationed at Pease ANGB were experiencing more cancer mortality than what would be expected in the population.