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  • NGB Chief visits Pease

    The National Guard Bureau’s top general paid a visit to the 157th Air Refueling Wing, May 27.
  • Pease receives fifth new jet

    On a blustery evening at Pease Air National Guard Base, Maj. Gen. Roger Williams, National Guard Bureau assistant to U.S. Transportation Command-, piloted a KC-46A Pegasus to a smooth landing and a warm reception from those on the ground.
  • Two more tankers for Pease

    Two KC-46A Pegasus tankers, the Air Force’s new air refueling platform, were delivered to New Hampshire’s 157th Air Refueling Wing, Jan. 10.The delivery brings Pease’s inventory to four jets; eight more are slated for delivery before the end of the year.The Pegasus modernizes the Air Force’s refueling capabilities and will replace the wing’s aging
  • Maintainers to McConnell for Maintenance Training Summit

    The Pease Program Integration Office is preparing airmen for the arrival of the new refueler, the KC-46A Pegasus. The fifth KC-46A Pegasus Maintenance Training Summit was held at McConnell Air Force Base last week to establish future training timelines for the KC-46A enterprise, focusing on the aircraft maintainers who will be working directly with the aircraft. Members of Pease Air National Guard Base, McConnell AFB, Altus AFB, Tinker AFB, the Air Education and Training Command, Air Mobility Command, the Special Programs Office and the National Guard Bureau attended the summit.