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  • Pease resumes air mobility alert mission

    A KC-46 Pegasus and flight crew assigned to the 157th Air Refueling Wing, here, assisted in refueling multiple U.S. Air Force F-15s as they crossed the Atlantic Ocean, Oct. 4.The sortie was the first in the wing’s new, long-term alert mission tasking from Air Mobility Command that went into effect,

  • Suicide Prevention Month

    September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Senior Airman Jalyn Acres, a bioenvironmental engineering Airman with the 157th ARW Medical Group, recently prevented the suicide of a friend serving on active duty. In the past few years, she has helped prevent others, too. Pease aims to develop

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.