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  • Massachusetts military forces join to administer vaccine

    OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass. – Massachusetts National Guard Soldiers and Airmen of the 102nd Medical Group worked with the Massachusetts Organized Militia (MAOM) to perform a first run of the COVID-19 immunization process Jan. 28. The initial vaccine was administered to wing leadership.

  • Massachusetts National Guard supports law enforcement

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – The coronavirus pandemic is putting pressure on everything from hospitals to grocery stores, as well as first responders who continue working in to keep the public safe.While countless police departments across the country are feeling the impact of the coronavirus,

  • Massachusetts Guard helps protect homeless

    WESTFIELD, Mass. – Security Forces Airmen from the 104th Fighter Wing, Barnes Air National Guard Base, and Soldiers with the 747th Military Police Company, Massachusetts Army National Guard, are providing security for testing sites and shelters for the homeless who may have the coronavirus.The

  • 104th Medical Group administers COVID-19 tests in community

    WESTFIELD, Mass. – In the Air National Guard, Airmen wear federal and state hats. When called upon by their state, they can serve the very communities where they live. Medical professionals from the 104th Medical Group, Massachusetts National Guard, are getting to do just that.A group of aerospace