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  • 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.
  • Protecting Pease: Smith prepares 157th ARW for real-world threats

    Members of the 157th Security Forces Squadron, here, attended a five-day course in the middle of May called Dynamics of International Terrorism in Destin, Florida.
  • To honor with dignity

    The Pease Base Honor Guard provides military honors for veteran funerals throughout New Hampshire, Northern Massachusetts and Southern Maine.
  • Community connections at 2018 NH Special Olympics

    Community engagement is a staple of the New Hampshire National Guard Mission.
  • Facetime With Brigadier General Farris

    Brig. Gen. Laurie M. Farris attended a Chief’s Group meeting on February 01, 2018, here.
  • Collier retires after 36 years of service

    Chief Master Sgt. Matthew J. Collier retired after 36 years of service here January 6, 2018.
  • Gift of leadership

    As the base buzzed with preparation for the annual commander’s call holiday luncheon and award ceremony, the 157th Maintenance Group, here, ushered in new leadership before the start of another year.
  • 260th ATCS Airmen deploy to Puerto Rico

    On a cold New Hampshire day, 12 members of the 157th Air Refueling Wing Air Traffic Control Squadron deployed in support of hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico on November 13, 2017, from Pease Air National Guard Base.
  • New Hampshire National Guard has New Adjutant General

    Gov. Christopher T. Sununu, Maj. Gen. William N. Reddel III, the former adjutant general of New Hampshire, Brig. Gen. David J. Mikolaities, adjutant general of New Hampshire, and Col. Bill Conway, Chief of Staff New Hampshire Army National Guard, conduct an inspection of troops during the adjutant general change of command ceremony Sept. 23, 2017
  • Team Pease hosts Salvadoran partners

    The State Partnership Program has connected U.S. National Guards with more than 75 nations around the world for more than 20 years.