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  • In full afterburner mode, Brig. Gen. James Kriesel takes off for his next adventure

    SALEM, Oregon – The global demands placed on Service Members in the U.S. Air Force goes beyond securing air superiority and moving equipment and cargo. Rapid transnational mobility is essential to supporting other American military branches, as well as coalition partners in worldwide conflicts, and when called to respond to humanitarian
  • Oregon Air Guardsmen mobilized to support critical overseas assignments

    PORTLAND, Oregon - For nearly two decades, Citizen-Airmen have been responding to overseas contingency operations following the 9/11 attacks. The assignments have been as varied as the Airmen that have been called upon to fulfill them, all the while building new global partnerships and strengthening traditional alliances.As 112 Oregon National
  • AFJROTC high school students visit PANG

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) students from Battleground and Prairie High Schools in the state of Washington toured the 142nd Fighter Wing fire department, aircraft maintenance, and operations facilities in order to familiarize themselves with the myriad career options the Air Force has to offer.
  • 142nd Medical Group conducts Change of Command

    Oregon Air National Guard Col. Erik Shadler, relinquishes his position as commander of the 142nd Medical Group as Col. Jonathan Vinson assumes command of the unit during an official Change of Command ceremony, February 9, 2019.
  • The Final Flight of David R. Kingsley

    What is valor?  Where does it come from in times of crisis that enables some people to serve “above and beyond the call of duty?”  There are many worthy examples of valor and sacrifice to ponder as we commemorate the fallen of our nation on this Memorial Day.  And a flier from Portland, Oregon, David R Kingsley, is one of those whom we remember on
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