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  • Airman promotes messages of inclusion, unity at Pease

    Airman Matthew Winders is a logistics plans specialist with the 157th Logistics Readiness Squadron at Pease Air National Guard Base, New Hampshire. Even though he is one of the newest members of the unit, having returned from Basic Military Training and technical school in March, he hasn’t wasted any time learning his job or getting involved in the community.
  • Air Force releases Pease Cancer Mortality Study

    Air Force releases Pease Cancer Mortality Study, which determines if members who are or were stationed at Pease ANGB were experiencing more cancer mortality than what would be expected in the population.
  • Change of command for NH Air National Guard

    Command of the New Hampshire Air National Guard changed hands during a ceremony held beneath the wings of a KC-46A refueler at Pease Air National Guard Base on May 15.In a symbol of the transfer, outgoing commander Brig. Gen. Laurie Farris passed the organizational guidon to incoming commander Brig. Gen. Jed French.NH Adjutant Gen. David
  • Message to the Force

    Two months into the new year, it’s all hands on deck as we continue to support pandemic relief operations. Yesterday, our fixed vaccination sites set several milestones: a single-day record administering more than 5,800 vaccines across the state now bringing the total to over 100,000-vaccines administered statewide. With nearly 800 NHNG soldiers and airmen currently activated, we’ve surpassed our previous high of 740 from last May. New Hampshire now has the highest percentage of guardsmen on duty in the country.
  • Arrival makes dozen planes for Pease

    The 157th Air Refueling Wing has its full complement of planes, following the delivery of a KC-46A Pegasus aerial refueler directly from the factory to Pease Air National Guard Base, Newington, New Hampshire, Feb. 5. The arrival brings the base’s fleet to its full roster of 12 jets.
  • NH Guardsmen return from DC mobilization

    The contingent of New Hampshire guardsmen mobilized to Washington, D.C., for the presidential inauguration has returned. After guarding an office building and then staging at the Department of Agriculture during the presidential inauguration, the team of 50 NH citizen soldiers and airmen completed its security mission at other government facilities. They flew back to New Hampshire on Jan. 23 after New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu ordered their immediate return.
  • Air Force to allow longer braids, ponytails, bangs for women

    The outcomes of the 101st Air Force uniform board, will take affect in February when the Air Force Instruction 36-2903 is published.
  • Pease to airlift National Guardsmen for inauguration day support

    he New Hampshire Air National Guard is scheduled to transport almost 500 Guardsmen from around the country to Washington to support the presidential inauguration Jan. 20.
  • NH Guard Vaccination Missions Continue

    As they begin their second full week of the state’s three-phase vaccination mission, New Hampshire Guardsmen have gelled quickly into a cohesive team.
  • NH Guardsmen Backfill Corrections Officer Shortages at State Prison

    A team of New Hampshire Guardsmen activated for pandemic relief operations has become a fixture at the state prison in the state capital. The mission, which started in mid-December, stopgaps a critical shortage of corrections officers caused by COVID-19.