Tech Sgt. Paul Pelletier of the 202nd Weather Flight receives the Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve "Hero of the Week" award on April 23, 2020 in the Middle East. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Sydney Mariette)
In this March 30, 2017 photo, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein coins Tech. Sgt. Allen Nancarrow of the 102nd Security Forces Squadron, Massachusetts Air National Guard, at Otis Air National Guard Base. Goldfein served with Nancarrow's father, a retired master sergeant, in Italy. Allen Nancarrow is now a second lieutenant.
Soldiers and Airmen from the Massachusetts National Guard prepare to decon after caring for residents with COVID-19 at Hathaway Manor Extended Care, New Bedford, Mass., May 7, 2020.
Chaplain (Maj.) Peter Preble, Massachusetts Organized Militia, administers communion to a staff member at the Tewksbury Hospital, May 3, 2020. Preble is a Protestant chaplain in the Massachusetts Organized Militia and is one of several chaplains activated throughout the state to provide religious support to Soldiers, Airmen, and civilians during the Guard’s COVID-19 response efforts. (U.S. Air National Guard photos by Capt. Bonnie Blakely)
Keith Custer (left) and Sean Givens, 102nd Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory technicians, conducts pulse measurements. 102nd PMEL provides precision calibration and measurement for nine different USAF and ANG flying missions, as well as support for District 1 of the United States Coast Guard. The Otis PMEL has seen an increase of 25% for cold room work in part due to the pandemic.
Soldiers and Airmen from the Massachusetts National Guard don proper personal protective equipment (PPE) in preparation to complete COVID-19 testing on residents at the Alliance at West Acres nursing home, Brockton, Mass., April 10, 2020. Twelve medical teams are activated throughout the state and are conducting COVID-19 testing at medical facilities and nursing homes with high-risk populations. Homes and providers are identified by the Department of Public Health and Human Services for testing. This mission is one of several operations across the commonwealth in support of coronavirus response efforts. (U.S. Air National Guard photos by Capt. Bonnie Blakely)
Master Sgt. Tanya Borges and Tech. Sgt. Jenna Bouley, 102nd Intelligence Wing Public Health technicians, look over slides for a public health presentation April 17, 2020, Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass. Public Health members throughout the Massachusetts National Guard have been responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by establishing plans and procedures for disease containment. They continue to implement preventative health measures for the well-being of military members and civilians. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Capt. Bonnie Blakely)
1st Lt. Christian DiNoia, 102nd Logistics Readiness Flight, administers the oath of enlistment to a recruit via live video at Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass. Air National Guard recruiters have moved their search for the future force to entirely remote operations due to the closure of offices during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Staff Sgt. Jon Krafton, left, and Senior Airman Kelsey MacIsaac provide assist the local police department on the island community of Nantucket, Mass. At home bases, Air National Guard Security Forces maintain constant protection of the installation’s personnel, assets and infrastructure.
HIPAA is often confused as HIPPA. It is not Health Insurance Privacy Protection Act. It is actually the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act. Established in 1996, HIPAA is a federal law with guidelines to protect patient’s confidential medical information. More specifically the HIPAA rules contain privacy, security, and breach notification requirements that apply to individually identifiable health information that is created, received, maintained, or transmitted by health care providers who engage in certain electronic transactions, health transactions, health plans, health care clearinghouses, and their business associates.
Photo illustration of a collage of Seagulls from over the years. The Seagull is the official publication of the 102nd Intelligence Wing at Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass.
The 102nd Intelligence Wing won the 2019 Air National Guard, Director of Safety Award for Outstanding Achievement in Occupational Safety.
102nd Intelligence Wing Unity Bridge at Otis Air National Guard Base on November 13, 2019. The Unity Bridge is a symbol of strength and support and the 102nd Intelligence Wing's commitment to Airmen resiliency, wellness and suicide prevention.
Airmen from the Massachusetts Air National Guard’s 102nd Intelligence Wing wish fellow Airman, U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Della Sassa a happy 102nd birthday at the Royal Cape Cod Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Buzzards Bay Mass. on November 8, 2019.
The 102nd Intelligence Wing of the Massachusetts Air National Guard utilizes the USAF Connect App to facilitate assistance for family members of deployed Airmen. The diagram shows how to access the Request Help Tool in the wings USAF Connect App.
Airmen from the Massachusetts Air National Guard’s 102nd Civil Engineer Squadron mobilized on July 26, 2019 to clear fallen trees and debris in Dennis Port, Mass. in support recovery efforts in the wake of three tornadoes that touched down on Cape Cod. The Massachusetts National Guard’s response to the emergency is aimed at assisting the region to return to business as usual as quickly as possible.
Senior Master Sgt. Tori Kenny from the 102nd Logistics Readiness Flight carries a fuel hose in preparation to refuel a C-5 Galaxy aircraft at Royal Air Force Base Mildenhall, England, July 17, 2019. Airmen from the 102nd Logistics Readiness Flight were participating in a deployment for training at Mildenhall to become even more proficient in their individual career fields while working with their active-duty counterparts from the 100th Air Refueling Wing. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Capt. Bonnie Blakely)
A North American F-86H Sabre static display was dedicated during a ceremony at Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass. on June 8. The ceremony was held to formally announce the dedication of tail number 31235 in honor of Captain Russell “Rusty” L. Schweickart, who was in attendance. Schweickart flew the F-86H Sabre during the early 1960’s while assigned to the 101st Tactical Fighter Squadron, and later served as lunar module pilot for Apollo 9, March 3-13, 1969.
Commander of the 102nd Intelligence Wing, Col. Virgina I. Gaglio and UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Robert E. Johnson signed a Memorandum of Understanding on April 29, 2019 agreeing to work together to develop mutually benefitial cybersecurity training and workforce development programs. U.S. House of Representative from the 9th District of Massachussets Congressman William Keating, and UMass Dartmouth's Dean of the College of Engineering, Jean VanderGheynst also spoke at the event on campus.

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