102IW FEATURED PHOTOS

A send-off ceremony for Airmen of the 102nd Intelligence Wing who are slated to deploy for upcoming operations was held at Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass., Aug. 30, 2020. Airmen stand ready to support U.S. and allied missions around the world at a moment’s notice. (Air National Guard Photo by Senior Airman Junhao Yu)
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)
102nd Intelligence Wing 1st Sergeant, Senior Master Sgt. Sean Sullivan was promoted to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant during a ceremony on base on July 9, 2020.
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.

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Our mission is to provide worldwide precision intelligence and command and control along with trained and experienced Airmen for expeditionary combat support and homeland security.

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Colonel Sean D. Riley

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