• Talking about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) awareness month. It is important to recognize the signs of PTSD and seek mental health support as Airmen stand ready to respond to the nation’s emergencies at a moment’s notice. According to Jill Garvin, 102nd Intelligence Wing Director of Psychological

  • 202nd WF Airman earns distinction down range

    An Airman from the 102nd Intelligence Wing, 202nd Weather Flight was recognized recently for superior performance during his deployment to the Middle East in support of the 34th Expeditionary Combat Aviation Brigade.Tech. Sgt. Paul Pelletier was selected as the Combined Joint Task Force - Operation

  • Adopting the family business, answering the call to service

    OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass. – Newly commissioned 2nd Lt. Allen Nancarrow’s career in the profession of arms is rooted deeply in the service of his family. Following in the footsteps of his mother, father, and others, Nancarrow continues to carry the family legacy of service into the 21st

  • Called to comfort: Mass. military chaplains provide support during COVID-19

    During these challenging times, people are seeking comfort and compassion to help them not only with any medical issues they may be facing, but also the emotional challenges that come with increased stress.Chaplains from the Massachusetts National Guard (MANG), as well as the Massachusetts Organized

  • PMEL continues calibration for total-force during COVID-19

    Through the course of many weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, the various missions of the Air Force continue. One such area that often goes unnoticed is that of the Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory or ‘PMEL’.As one of only seven labs that has the necessary equipment and personnel to perform

  • The show must go on: maintaining mission readiness amidst COVID-19

    The potential for national emergencies such as weather events, earthquakes, or in this case, a global pandemic to create logistical challenges, are significant. It is critical that organizations train and prepare for every contingency to ensure maximum effectiveness during even the most austere of

  • Public Health needed now more than ever

    During the COVID-19 global pandemic, our nation has turned to the CDC for guidance, and in the Air National Guard, we are relying on our public health service members now more than ever. The introduction of the coronavirus has placed a new spotlight on the importance of public health.

  • Recruiting remotely, the mission continues

    Responding to the Department of Defense's COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, Air National Guard recruiters have moved their search for the future force to entirely remote operations."We haven't scaled back our recruiting efforts, but have shifted recruiting to 100 percent virtual prospecting,"

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