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Client systems techs in high demand for ORANG
Airman 1st Class Bryson Sadama stands at the Communication Flight help desk, May 8, 2019, Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore. Sadama is a new recruit in his second week of post-tech school on-the-job training as a client systems technician. (Oregon Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Steph Sawyer, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs)
Client systems techs in high demand for ORANG
Airman 1st Class Bryson Sadama inspects a desktop computer hard drive, May 8, 2019, Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore. Sadama is a new recruit in his second week of post-tech school on-the-job training as a client systems technician. (Oregon Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Steph Sawyer, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs)
CES career fields among the most impactful to the mission
Staff Sgt. Deven Matsumoto poses for a photo in his work area, April 7, 2019, Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore. Matsumoto is a electrical systems craftsman for the 142nd Civil Engineer Squadron. His career field is among the most impactful to the mission. (Oregon Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Alexander Frank, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs)
CES career fields among the most impactful to the mission
Senior Airman Jonathan Arient poses for a photo in his work area, April 7, 2019, Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore. Arient is an HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and refrigeration) technician for the 142nd Civil Engineer Squadron. His career field is among the most impactful to the mission. (Oregon Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Alexander Frank, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs)
Power pro professionals run the gamut in keeping the mission running
Staff Sgt. William Butler poses for a photo, April 18, 2019, Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore. Butler is an electrical power production technician (power pro) for the 142nd Civil Engineer Squadron at Portland Air National Guard Base. Butler’s job is to test and maintain all backup generators on base as well as the aircraft arresting system for the F-15 Eagles. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Steph Sawyer, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs)
142nd FW Guardsmen participate in WSEP 2019
Staff Sgt. Aimee Lonadier, an aircraft maintainer with the 142nd Fighter Wing, Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore., checks fluid levels in an F-15 upon its return from a mission, April 10, 2019, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Operations specialists, aircraft maintainers, weapons loaders, and pilots from the 142nd Fighter Wing participated in a two-week long Weapons System Evaluation Program (WSEP) purposed to assess pilots and equipment in air-to-air combat scenarios. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Steph Sawyer, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs)
142nd FW Guardsmen participate in WSEP 2019
An F-15 Eagle from the Portland Air National Guard’s 142nd Fighter Wing flies over Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., April 9, 2019. Operations specialists, aircraft maintainers, weapons loaders, and pilots from the 142nd Fighter Wing, Ore. participated in a two-week long Weapons System Evaluation Program (WSEP) purposed to assess pilots and equipment in air-to-air combat scenarios. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Steph Sawyer, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs)

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About the 142nd Fighter Wing

Environmental Commitment Statement
Welcome to the 142nd Fighter Wing, home to Oregon Air National Guard's Redhawks. Our mission is to provide unequalled, mission ready units to sustain combat aerospace superiority and peacetime taskings any time, any place in service to our nation, state and community. Read more

Oregon Airspace Initiative

UPDATE: Final Environmental Impact Statement available.

The purpose of the proposed Oregon Airspace Initiative is to provide properly-configured and located military airspace which will provide efficient, realistic mission-oriented training with adequate size, and within reasonably close proximity, to support advanced 21st century air-to-air tactical fighters and evolving training requirements of the Oregon Air National Guard (ANG). To see the full documents click here.

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Contact Information

Address
142nd FW Public Affairs
6801 NE Cornfoot Rd.,
Portland, OR 97218

Public Affairs
DSN: 638-4104
Office: 503-335-4104
Email

Base Operator
503-335-4000

Recruiting
1-800-392-1801
Office: 503-335-4040

SARC
Elizabeth Aruja
142 FW SAPR Helpline: 971-806-4054

Personnel & ID Card Issue
503-335-4046

Chaplain
503-964-9093 (cell)
503-335-5374 (office)
robert.l.edwards172.mil@mail.mil

Military One Source
1-800-342-9647

Director of Psychological Health
Office: 503-335-5706

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