HomeMediaNews
Results:
Tag: Massachusetts Air National Guard
Clear
  • 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 Inherent Resolve “Hero of the Week” by CJTF-OIR commander Lt. Gen. Pat White, and presented with the citation by 34th ECAB Aviation Weather Operations officer in charge, Lt. Col. Mark Wiley, on April 23, 2020.
  • 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 century. Joining the Air National Guard in 2008, Nancarrow was inspired to lead a life of military service through the examples set for him by many members of his family, but also from the deep feelings of patriotism surrounding the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
  • 102nd Intelligence Wing Safety Office wins ANG-level award

    The 102nd Intelligence Wing Safety Office recently won the 2019 Air National Guard, Director of Safety Award for Outstanding Achievement in Occupational Safety.
  • 102nd Civil Engineers train for deployment at Silver Flag

    Over two dozen members of the Massachusetts Air National Guard’s 102nd Civil Engineer Squadron recently traveled to Tyndall AFB, Florida to participate in a two week training event with the 823rd Red Horse Squadron at the Silver Flag Exercise Site. The trip gave the Airmen the opportunity to hone their skills working together with active duty and reserve civil engineer units from across the country, operating in a simulated deployed environment.
  • Air National Guard partners with UMass Dartmouth on cybersecurity

    The Massachusetts Air National Guard’s 102nd Intelligence Wing and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreeing to establish collaborative programs in the field of cybersecurity on Monday, April 29, 2019. The MOU creates a partnership that aims to mutually benefit both organizations for years to come.
  • 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 the Adjutant General and Commander of the Massachusetts Air National Guard.
  • 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 Base, Mass. invited their family and friends to
  • 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.
  • 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 and convinces us that changing something for the sake of change itself is usually a bad thing. As the old saying goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”
  • Ready To Deploy - Logistics Plans

    OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Cape Cod, Mass. - In the Air Force there comes a time for most people when you have to pack your bags, say good bye to loved ones and deploy overseas. When that time comes you’ll have a full appreciation for the Airmen who plan your trip and make sure you get over there and back safely.
RSS

News Search