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  • Kentwallace Leads by Example

    Senior Airman Devin Kentwallace, an aerospace medical technician with the 157th Medical Group, goes above and beyond the call of duty Feb. 4, 2021 at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital Seabrook Emergency Room in Seabrook, New Hampshire. Only four months after returning to the New Hampshire National

  • 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

  • NH Food Bank mission ends

    The New Hampshire National Guard worked its 15th and final mobile food pantry Aug 7. A team of guardsmen was temporarily assigned to aid the NH Food Bank with sorting, cooking and delivery operations since its COVID-19 relief mission began in April.