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Airmen from the MA Air National Guard’s 102nd Civil Engineer Squadron participate airfield recovery operations at the Silver Flag Exercise Site at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida on May 8, 2019.
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.
A ceramic stein belonging to Capt. Paul L. Utz, F-101B Voodoo navigator and radar officer assigned to the 60th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Otis Air Force Base, Mass. who was killed when his aircraft crashed on March 21, 1968. The stein was discovered five decades after his death during a building renovation and returned to his family.
Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, director of the Air National Guard, visits members of the 102nd Intelligence Wing, Otis Air National Guard Base, on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Dec. 10, 2018. Rice visited several installations on base and got a closer look at the 102 IW’s compelling cyberspace, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. (Air National Guard Photo by Senior Airman Junhao Yu)
The 102nd Intelligence Wing hosted a number of civilian and military leaders for the unveiling of the Otis Microgrid, a DoD funded energy project that will provide for an energy capability almost exclusively based on renewable energy while ensuring a high-level of grid security. Among those in attendance were Massachusetts Representative William Keating, Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Matthew Beaton and keynote speaker, John W. Henderson, the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Energy. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was the culmination of nearly three years of work. Over 300 people from 30 agencies were responsible for the design, planning and implementation of the project which represents the Air National Guard and United States Air Force’s commitment to energy resilience and security.
Current and former Airmen of the 267th Intelligence Squadron joined together with leadership from both the wing and Joint Force Headquarters to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the organization. The ceremony celebrated the unit's longstanding mission as a combat communications squadron, as well as its new role in cyber Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance.
The 102nd Civil Engineers after the winter storms of March 2018 at Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass.
An F-15C was repainted at the Killey Center for Homeland Operations at Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City, Florida, to depict one of the F-15A aircraft from the 102nd Fighter Wing that responded to the terrorist attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001. Photo taken by Mr. Casey Connell

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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 Virginia I. Gaglio

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