• Fueling the fight - Sentry Savannah 22-1

    Three Air National Guard air refueling squadrons supported Sentry Savannah, an exercise held May 2-15th, 2022, at the Air Dominance Center, a combat readiness training center, in Savannah, Georgia.Over 30 Airmen and four aircraft from the 133rd Air Refueling Squadron, New Hampshire Air National

  • Victim Advocates of the 157th

    Victim advocates are Airmen certified by the Department of Defense’s Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program. They are selected by the installation's sexual assault response coordinator (SARC) to provide essential support, liaison services and care to victims.

  • New Hampshire Air National Guard State Command Chief Change of Authority

    Chief Master Sgt. John Symington, the outgoing N.H. Air National Guard state command chief, relinquished his duties to Chief Master Sgt. Pranav Zaveri, the 13th state command chief in N.H., during a change of authority ceremony at Pease Air National Guard Base, New Hampshire April 2, 2022. 

  • Senior Airman Jessica Nash: Speed Queen

    Senior Airman Jessica Nash, a member of bio environmental with the 157th Medical Group, is one of many New Hampshire National Guardsmen who finished their final days on Joint Task Force Winter Surge after serving the state's second pandemic relief mission for three months.

  • Thunder Over New Hampshire Earns Gold

    The 157th Air Refueling Wing was recognized for hosting an exceptional air show during the recent International Convention of Air Shows, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, Dec. 9. The Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show earned gold in the Military Air Shows/Open House Pinnacle Awards category.

  • 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

  • NGB Chief visits Pease

    The National Guard Bureau’s top general paid a visit to the 157th Air Refueling Wing, May 27.

  • Wing progress fueled by innovation

    157th Air Refueling Wing leadership has tapped into the minds of its airmen, a think tank for new ideas, as part of a local push of an Air Force innovation program.

  • Boom Operators: Fueling the fight

    Staff Sgt. Sam J. Mason, a boom operator assigned to the 133rd Air Refueling Squadron, shares his perspective as a key player in the 157th ARW refueling mission.

  • To honor with dignity

    The Pease Base Honor Guard provides military honors for veteran funerals throughout New Hampshire, Northern Massachusetts and Southern Maine.