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  • New Hampshire Guardsmen activated at 13 vaccination sites

    Thirteen vaccination sites officially opened for New Hampshire first responders and high-risk ambulatory care providers Dec. 29. Teams of New Hampshire Guardsmen were assigned to each site to manage traffic, logistics and administer vaccines.

  • No Wrong Door

    A year unlike any other in our modern history. Since March, more than 700 New Hampshire National Guardsmen have been activated for pandemic relief efforts across the state. From food pantries and PPE warehouses to test sites, they have answered the call. And through each mission, behavioral health

  • Pease KC-46 support 931st ARW in Checkered Flag

    Nineteen members of the 931st Air Refueling Wing, the Reserve component at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, participated in Checkered Flag 21-1, a large-scale aerial exercise hosted by the 325th Fighter Wing at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. The exercise began Nov. 2, and ended Nov. 11.Checkered

  • Running Off The Grid

    October is National Energy Awareness Month. Each fall, the Army highlights reducing energy consumption at our facilities at home and in theater, while increasing efficiency and reducing costs. The New Hampshire National Guard makes this a point of emphasis year-round--particularly at its training

  • Pease hosts fifth KC-46 SATAF

    Military and civilian aerospace aviation experts gathered for the 157th Air Refueling Wing’s fifth KC-46A Site Activation Task Force held Oct. 20-22, at Pease Air National Guard Base, N.H.

  • Shining Star

    In the beginning of the Covid-19 response, New Hampshire’s citizens faced a time of uncertainty. During these unprecedented times, and a global pandemic, Maj. Lyndsey Fleming stepped-up in a greater capacity than anyone imagined, taking her mission by storm. Leading the force for potential mass

  • The Future of Printing

    The soft hum of electric motors fills the air at the back of the 157th Air Refueling Wing’s metal technologies shop as the heated nozzle of their new 3D printer zig-zags back and forth, drizzling layer after layer of extruded plastic; a custom-designed aircraft maintenance tool begins to take shape