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  • Unity Bridge: A symbol of strength, support and resiliency

    OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass. - In recent weeks and months, the Air National Guard and members of the 102nd Intelligence Wing have put extra emphasis on resiliency, wellness and suicide prevention within our community. As part of that effort, 102nd IW Airmen and Family Readiness Yellow Ribbon Support Specialist, Ms. Kimberly Healy facilitated a unique project and morale event called the “Unity Bridge”.
  • 102nd IW Airmen thank WWII vet for legacy of service on 102nd birthday

    Over a dozen Airmen from Joint Base Cape Cod’s 102nd Intelligence Wing kicked off Veteran’s Day weekend by wishing U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Cpl. Della Sassa a happy 102nd birthday, on November 8, 2019, at the Royal Cape Cod Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Buzzards Bay, Mass.
  • From Airman Basic to Airman in Command

    As for a path to command of an Air Force wing, Colonel Virginia Gaglio took the atypical route. She may have taken the long road, but along the way, her journey was marked with memorable signposts that, after 33 years, add up to a legacy of pride and professionalism.
  • Air National Guard backs CFC

    The Massachusetts Air National Guard's 102nd Intelligence Wing will show its support for the New England Combined Federal Campaign starting November 1, 2019 through January 6, 2020. The CFC is an annual opportunity for civilian and military federal employees to support charities they care about through monetary and volunteer contributions. It is an employee-focused, cost-efficient, federally-regulated program aimed at raising much needed funds for qualifying charities.
  • New USAF Connect App helps families at the 102nd IW

    As Guardsmen, we’re a close knit family and able to lean on one another in times of need. When we’re deployed some of us could potentially face challenges at home and our families may need a helping hand in our absence. The 102nd Intelligence Wing’s new USAF Connect App has a feature designed to help family members of deployed Airmen in non-emergency situations to request assistance when difficult unforeseen circumstances arise. As always, in case of emergency, call your local emergency services, or dial 911.
  • National Guard mobilizes for tornado cleanup on Cape Cod

    Over two dozen Airmen from the 102nd Civil Engineer Squadron from Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass., mobilized to assist local communities in the wake of three F1 tornadoes that touched down on Cape Cod on July 23, 2019. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker authorized 500 Army and Air National Guardsmen from around the Commonwealth to support the towns affected by the storms in order to return the region to business as usual as quickly as possible.
  • Massachusetts Airmen perform training in England

    More than 40 Airmen from the 102nd Intelligence Wing, Otis Air National Guard Base, Massachusetts, are performing their deployment for training July 8 - 21, at Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England.
  • Apollo astronaut returns to Air Guard roots

    A North American F-86H Sabre static display was dedicated during a ceremony at Otis Air National Guard Base, Mass. on June 8. The ceremony was held to formally announce the dedication of tail number 31235 in honor of Captain Russell “Rusty” L. Schweickart, who was in attendance. Schweickart flew the F-86H Sabre during the early 1960’s while
  • 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.
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