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  • NH Guard, Salvadoran Cyber Teams Strengthen Partnership

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – Backlit by the soft blue glow of nearly a dozen computer screens, a joint cyber team from the New Hampshire National Guard assessed El Salvador’s burgeoning cyber unit during a State Partnership Program exchange Dec. 5-9.The Salvadoran team’s answers provided the New

  • New Hampshire National Guard, El Salvador Participate in Cyber Exchange

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – In the heart of San Salvador, inside the Centro de Etrenamiento Tactico, New Hampshire Airmen from the 157th Communications Flight shared new ideas with a growing Salvadoran cybersecurity unit.The joint training, coordinated through the State Partnership Program, allowed

  • New Hampshire Guard Provides Health Care in Cherokee Nation

    TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – New Hampshire National Guardsmen and sister services provided the Cherokee Nation with more than a quarter-million dollars in health care exams and services during their joint two-week Innovative Readiness Training June 4-18.All the training was mission-essential for Guard

  • New Hampshire National Guard, Cabo Verde Build Emerging Partnership

    CONCORD, N.H. – The New Hampshire National Guard hosted a delegation from the Republic of Cabo Verde for a State Partnership Program workshop June 8-10.Visitors from the African archipelago country, including Minister of Defense Janine Lélis and Harold Tavares, chief of staff to the prime minister,

  • New Hampshire National Guard, El Salvador Build on SPP Relationship

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – After two years of sporadic correspondence, it only took a few minutes of face time for New Hampshire Adjutant Gen. David Mikolaities and Salvadoran Defense Minister René Merino to reaffirm their commitment to the State Partnership Program.“If you have the will, welcome,”

  • Chief of National Guard Bureau visits New Hampshire troops

    NEWINGTON, N.H. – Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson, chief of the National Guard Bureau, and Senior Enlisted Advisor Tony Whitehead visited the Granite State to meet with Guard leaders and discuss strategic initiatives May 2-3.Adjutants general from 11 states convened at Pease Air National Guard Base in

  • Alaska National Guard hosts Arctic Interest Council

    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – When delegates of the National Guard Arctic Interest Council representing six states visited the arctic city of Kotzebue March 29, they witnessed a still-frozen landscape showing few signs of spring besides the sun still visible at 9 p.m., previewing the

  • New Hampshire Guardsmen juggle civilian, military jobs

    PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – Living by the motto “Always Ready, Always There” is easier said than done for New Hampshire National Guard members trying to balance their military obligation with their civilian job.Over the past three months, more than 250 New Hampshire Citizen-Soldiers and -Airmen have been

  • National Guard helps medical facilities with COVID-19 peak

    ARLINGTON, Va. – As COVID-19 infections surge, more than 15,600 National Guard members are supporting state and local officials dealing with the pandemic throughout the country.Of those responding, more than 6,000 Guard members are providing direct support to hospitals, care centers and other

  • Year in Review: National Guard delivered at home and abroad

    ARLINGTON, Va. – When a series of tornadoes slashed across parts of eight Midwest states late in the evening of Dec. 10, Spc. Zach Neisz sprang into action. He grabbed an ax, flashlight and medical kit and drove to Dawson Springs, Kentucky, to help any way he could.“I couldn’t sit back and not do