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  • 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 ‘fini-flight’ and even the annual tradition of ‘mustache March’, during which scores of aviators pay reverence to Brig. Gen. Robin Olds.
  • Otis Microgrid ribbon-cutting marks a new era in energy resiliency and grid security

    After three years of planning and construction, a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place on Aug 29 that marked the DoD’s first wind-powered microgrid, signifying the system’s readiness to support the 24/7 Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance mission of the 102nd Intelligence Wing.
  • Winter storms highlight Massachusetts Guard teamwork

    Punxsutawney Phil was on the money this year when he predicted six more weeks of winter. And although they would never admit it, it probably felt a little like Groundhog Day for the 102nd Civil Engineers tasked to keep Joint Base Cape Cod up and running in the wake of four Nor’easters that struck the region last month.
  • 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.
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