Massachusetts National Guard
Seven members of the Massachusetts National Guard received awards Sunday for heroic actions during the February blizzard.
A new commander will be taking charge of the 104th Fighter Wing at Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield.
The Soldiers of the 182nd Engineer Company were welcomed home to Massachusetts by a massive crowd on Thursday. A ceremony at the Newburyport Armory reunited 84 soldiers with their families after spending nearly a year in Afghanistan.
The commander of the Massachusetts National Guard has resigned, six months after a woman accused him of rape nearly 30 years ago.
The U.S. Army is declining to confirm statements by state officials that it is investigating allegations that the head of the Massachusetts National Guard raped a subordinate in Florida nearly 30 years ago.
A man who was with General Joseph Carter on the night in question tells the I-Team he remembers Pelletier, but can’t discuss the case because he’s been questioned by federal investigators.
The commander of the Massachusetts National Guard has been placed on leave by Gov. Deval Patrick because a woman has accused him of rape nearly 30 years ago.
A Massachusetts National Guard unit has wrapped up a tour of duty in Kabul, Afghanistan just in time for the holidays.
It’s a scene we’re fortunate to experience a lot these days: American soldiers coming home, safe and sound, after long tours overseas. The most recent homecoming took place Friday evening at the Otis Air National Guard Base in Bourne.
A 26-year-old Massachusetts Army National Guard soldier from Rhode Island who was fatally injured in Afghanistan is being remembered as a loving father and dedicated soldier.