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  • 142nd Fighter Wing Redesignates to the 142nd Wing

    The 142nd Fighter Wing has been redesignated the 142nd Wing as of March 6, 2020.The move from a fighter wing to a wing is meant to better articulate the broad capabilities of the 142nd and the Airmen who accomplish the mission.

  • Weathering COVID-19: physical resilience

    As most of the world is practicing social distancing, and in some cases, self-quarantine, many Americans are spending much of their days at home, working and living outside of their typical routines. On Monday, March 23, 2020, Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued a ‘stay at home’ order in an effort to

  • 142nd FW tests reflexes in Combat Readiness Exercise

    Portland, Ore. — Citizen Airmen from the 142nd Fighter Wing participated in a Combat Readiness Exercise (CRE) from March 2-8 during the month’s drill weekend.The exercise simulated a mass mobilization of approximately 700 members to a deployed location. With an emphasis on overall readiness, the

  • 142nd Fighter Wing holds Second Annual Awards Banquet

    The 142nd Fighter Wing (FW) honored the accomplishments of their Airmen during the second annual awards banquet at Portland Air National Guard Base, Oregon, February 8, 2020.The wing recognized the individual accomplishments of Airmen from the Operations Group, Maintenance Squadron, Logistic

  • Portland, OR Archbishop tours PANG

    From left,142nd Fighter Wing Chaplain, Capt. Bob Edwards; former 142nd FW Chaplain, Lt. Col. (retired) Father Richard Sirianni, Archbishop of Portland, Ore., Alexander King Sample; and 142nd FW Vice Commander, Col. Todd Hofford pose in front of an F-15 Eagle during a base tour, January 22, 2020,

  • 142nd FW Chief represents ORANG as a competitive weightlifter

    Chief Master Sgt. Shawn Harbert is the chief QA (Quality Assurance) inspector for the 142nd Maintenance Group at Portland Air National Guard Base, Oregon. A dedicated member of the military with 25 years in service, Harbert knows the value of physical and mental fitness and resiliency.He recently

  • 142nd FW Guardsman completes fifth Ironman Triathlon

    If you’re a Portland Air National Guard Base employee, and an early morning gym-goer, you might have stumbled into Senior Master Sgt. Bobbi Kennedy’s 6 AM spin class at the PANG fitness center. While some of us might wonder what could drive a person to power through intense exercise first thing in