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  • New Hampshire Guard delivers for Operation Santa Claus

    PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – New Hampshire National Guardsmen and volunteers from the State Employees Association transported truckloads of presents to the Department of Health and Human Services district offices in Concord during Operation Santa Claus Dec. 13.Each year the DHHS partners with the SEA and New

  • State Partnership Program helps Guard build relationships

    ARLINGTON, Va. – With the recent additions of the Vermont National Guard partnership with Austria and New Hampshire National Guard with Cabo Verde, the State Partnership Program now includes just under half the world's nations.The Department of Defense program pairs National Guard elements with the

  • 111th Med Group hosts Advanced Trauma Life Support course

    HORSHAM, Pa. – More than a dozen Air National Guard members from six states learned the ABCs during a medical course hosted by the 111th Medical Group.Not the song to teach preschoolers the alphabet, but the "ABCDE" approach to treating trauma patients.The 111th Medical Group hosted 16 ANG members

  • NH Guard announces state partnership with Cabo Verde

    CONCORD, N.H. - The New Hampshire National Guard (NHNG) announced Oct. 18 that it has been selected as the new state partner for the Republic of Cabo Verde, an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean off the northwestern coast of Africa.Under the auspices of the National Guard Bureau's State Partnership

  • National Guard religious affairs teams hone combat skills

    SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – National Guard chaplains participated in the second annual Deployed Security Operations Chaplains Course at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho Aug. 24-26.The three-day course was developed by 158th religious affairs and security forces Airmen as a crash course in

  • Pennsylvania Airmen serve nearly 5,000 meals in IRT project

    DOVER, Del. – Napoleon is credited with observing that “An Army marches on its stomach” – underscoring the vital role that suitable provisions like food have played in executing military operations for centuries. The same holds today. Just ask the 16-member team that planned, ordered, prepared and

  • 165th AW participates in Northern Strike 21 medical exercise

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – Over 85 Air National Guard Airmen from multiple medical units across the United States and its territories attended the first all-Air National Guard mobile medic training during Northern Strike 21 at the Air Dominance Center Aug. 2-8.Instructors from Joint Base Camp Bullis in Texas

  • NHNG practices combat marksmanship in annual competition

    FORT DEVENS, Mass. – The New Hampshire National Guard held its annual combat marksmanship match July 8–11 at Fort Devens.Soldiers and Airmen competed in team and individual small-arms events, undaunted by torrential rain that belted the region as Tropical Storm Elsa passed through."This is what it's

  • NHNG Airman serves on front lines of fight against COVID-19

    CONCORD, N.H. – Outside the former Sears automotive bays at the Steeplegate Mall, the sun sets, turning the sky bright hues of orange, pink and purple. Inside, the Airmen and Soldiers hustling around lines of cars still have two hours left before the end of their shift. One Airman, in particular,

  • Pease Airmen first to execute coronets with KC-46A Pegasus

    Pease achieved another historic first in military aerial refueling. A year after the 157th Air Refueling Wing became the first Air National Guard unit in the country to field the KC-46A Pegasus, New Hampshire Airmen helped plan and execute the new tanker's first coronet, a tactical air movement that