• Inspection Readiness vs. Day-to-Day Readiness

    In the past, thoughts and images of an inspector often conjured a sense of anxiety and panic. Armed with a checklist and a quota, the old “black-hat” inspectors would set out with one goal in mind; to find and report deficiencies. And if a deficiency was found, there was a good chance it would

  • Air Force navigator's stein defies time

    Rituals, customs and traditions – virtually every military organization in the world has them, and the United States Air Force is no exception. For Air Force pilots, navigators and other aircrew there are occasions such as getting one’s call sign, getting hosed down upon completion of a

  • Director of the Air National Guard visits 102nd Intel Wing

    Director of the Air National Guard Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice visited the 102nd Intelligence Wing on Monday, Dec. 10 to tour the facilities and get a closer look at the wing’s capabilities.“It’s good to be home,” said Lt. Gen. Rice.Before assuming his current position, Lt. Gen. Rice previously served as

  • 102nd Medical Group Airmen showcase capabilities to family

    It was a scene of chaos. Airmen were evacuating patients from the red zone to the decontamination areas. Medics were preparing for a large influx of patients.This however, was not a real hazardous materials exposure-response. Airmen from Detachment 1, 102nd Medical Group, from Hanscom Air Force

  • ESGR Employer Appreciation Day at Joint Base Cape Cod

    Over 30 civilian employers of National Guard and Reserve service members participated in an employer appreciation event organized by the Massachusetts contingent of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserves organization, on Friday July 13, 2018.

  • 102nd Fighter Wing aircraft honored at Tyndall Air Force Base

    Military aircraft that responded to the attacks over our homeland during the tragic events of September 11, 2001, are being honored at the The Killey Center for Homeland Operations at Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Florida. The facility is headquarters for 1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern)

  • Embracing Change – 10 Years of the 102nd Intelligence Wing

    Change is a challenging proposal. Be it an adjustment to a daily routine, or one’s preconceived notions, the resistance to change is inherently a human condition. For individuals, having a tried and true routine is familiar and easy. There is a certain comfort factor that accompanies the status quo

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