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  • Twins have each other's backs

    Senior Airmen Olivia and Gillian Conley enjoy an extra holiday every December. National Twin Day, in observance since 2019, gave the fraternal twin sisters occasion to reflect on their special relationship last Sunday.

  • NHNG delivers for Operation Santa Claus

    In the spirit of giving, the New Hampshire National Guard gave a tactical assist to Santa for Christmas. Guardsmen transported thousands of donated children’s gifts to communities across the state in military trucks, buses, and even a Black Hawk helicopter Dec. 13.

  • Living up to our motto

    The New Hampshire National Guard held its annual awards ceremony Dec. 13 at the Edward Cross Training Complex in Pembroke. A cake cutting was also conducted to commemorate the Guard’s 386th birthday. The year’s top individual soldiers, airmen and civilians were officially recognized for outstanding

  • N.H. Airman Honored for Crash Aid and New Cargo Movement Record

    Staff Sgt. Reese Bassett, an air transportation member with the 157th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was preparing to deploy to Afghanistan in March of 2021. He saw the accident, pulled over and ran to the scene. While deployed, Bassett broke the air transportation career field, or 2T2, movement

  • New Hampshire Airman Earns a Shot at Ranger School

    A 157th Air Refueling Wing Security Forces Airman demonstrated his mental and physical prowess, going toe-to-toe with an Army assessment September 17-18. Following the successful completion of a grueling, two-day assessment held in Concord, New Hampshire, and Ft. Devens, Massachusetts, Staff Sgt.