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  • Portland Air National Guard Base Financial Impact Summary

  • Primary Aircraft Assigned of the 142nd Fighter Wing, 1941 to Present

    Overview of the aircraft that have been assigned to the 142nd Fighter Wing, from 1941 to Present.
  • The History of Portland Air National Guard Base

    MissionPortland Air National Guard (PANG) Base is the North American Aerospace Defense Command's principal Aerospace Control Alert (ACA) location in the Pacific Northwest.  From PANG Base, the Oregon Air National Guard's 142nd Fighter Wing provides 24/7 ACA Alert for the greater Pacific Northwest, from northern California up to Canadian British
  • 142 FW HISTORY

    The Oregon ANG’s rich history began just prior to World War II when the United States, monitoring the war raging in Europe and China, began focusing less on neutrality and more on preparedness. Answering the call to arms was Major G. Robert Dodson, an Oregonian serving with the 321st Observation Squadron, U.S. Army Reserve, at Pearson Field in
  • Air National Guard Job Opportunities

    * Please click on "Refresh" or "clear your cashe" each time you visit this page to see all the latest AGR PVAsJob Announcement Listing   - ONLY OREGON AIR AGR ANNOUNCEMENT ARE LISTED HERE  - Application instructions are included in each announcement  - Click on the announcement number for position information     Technician Job announcements for
  • 123rd Weather Flight

    MissionOregon Air National Guard's 123rd Weather Flight (WF), located at the Portland Air National Guard Base, Portland, Oregon. The Unit is comprised of more than 12 Battlefield Weather Team personnel. The mission of the 123rd WF is to support the Army's 41st and 116th Brigade Combat Teams (BCT) and the State of Oregon. This involves activities
  • 116th Air Control Squadron

    MissionOregon Air National Guard's 116th Air Control Squadron (ACS), located at Camp Rilea, Warrenton, Oregon, is a deployable radar/communications unit with superior mobility and response to global and local missions. The Unit is comprised of 185 members who support Air Control and Combat Communications.The operational mission of a CRC is to
  • 125th Special Tactics Squadron

    MissionOregon Air National Guard's 125th Special Tactics Squadron (STS), located at the Portland Air National Guard Base, Portland, Oregon, is an integral part of the US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). The Unit is comprised of more than 75 Special Tactics Combat Controllers, Special Operations Weather Team and Combat Support Team

    Portland Air Base, located approximately six miles Northeast of Portland, Oregon, was originally constructed in 1936 as a WPA project. It was officially activated as Portland Army Air Base on 19 April 1941, however, the runways were not completed until October 1941.In November 1941, the 55th Interceptor Squadron of the Army Air Corps was formed,
  • Fly Over Request

    Flyover Request ChecklistFollowing are steps required to request a flyover. Approval from the Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs (SAF/PA) is required for all public aerial event requests. A completed DD Form 2535 is required by the regulations governing public affairs and flying operations for the Department of Defense. To increase the