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  • CNGB visits Portland ANG Base

    The Chief of the National Guard Bureau, Gen. Daniel Hokanson, visited the 142nd Wing at the Portland Air National Guard Base on March 19, 2022. During his visit, Gen. Hokanson took time to speak with and recognize members of the wing. Later, he received a familiarization flight in the backseat of an

  • Fighters conduct joint training with Navy anti-sub aircraft

    Members of the U.S. Navy Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing (CPRW) 10 joined up with the 123rd Fighter Squadron of the Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Wing to conduct ongoing familiarization training. More than seven coordinated training flights have been conducted between the two groups at Portland

  • Military Child Designs New Artwork for Fighter Jet

    New artwork has been revealed on the nose of a 142nd Wing F-15 Eagle, and one military family was particularly excited to see the new design. Leah Ketchum, along with her siblings, cousin, and mother, grinned as they saw the 13-year-old’s art for the first time on the fighter jet.

  • 123rd Fighter Squadron Change of Command

    Lt. Col. Niels Barner salutes 142nd Operations Group Commander, Lt. Col. Nicholas Rutgers, symbolizing his assumption of command of the 123rd Fighter Squadron at Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore., July 31, 2020. The 123rd Fighter Squadron falls under the 142nd Operations Group and is

  • OREGON AIR NATIONAL GUARD TO CONDUCT AIR FORCE SALUTE FLYOVERS IN OREGON

    The Oregon Air National Guard is scheduled to fly multiple F-15 Eagle flyovers over hospitals and other locations throughout Oregon during the month of May in order to salute Oregonians on the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic and lift morale during a time of severe health and economic impacts.

  • The 142nd Fighter Wing celebrates 30 years of flying F-15 Eagles

    PORTLAND, Oregon – Durability, Reliability and Solidity: for over 30 years the F-15 Eagle has been flown by the 142nd Fighter Wing, defending the Pacific Northwest homeland from the Canadian border to Northern California. This no-fail mission encompasses not only the reliability of the F-15 fighter