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  • 146 AW History / Mission

    HISTORY The California Air National Guard's 146th Airlift Wing has been part of Southern California's rich aviation history since the mid-1920s. The wing traces its roots to the fledgling days of the 115th Observation Squadron, an early military aviation unit of the California National Guard's 40th Infantry Division. The 115th Observation Squadron
  • 146th Airlift Wing Fact Sheet

    The 146th Airlift WingCalifornia Air National GuardChannel Islands Air National Guard Station100 Mulcahey DrivePort Hueneme CA 93041-4001(805) 986-7500 DSN 893-7500 FAX (805) 986-7437http://www.146aw.ang.af.milMISSIONThe 146th Airlift Wing is a combat ready organization prepared to support U.S. and allied forces in the event of a national military
  • 216TH ENGINEERING INSTALLATION SQ

    The history of the 216 EIS stems back to January 1, 1943 when the 98th Signal Company was constituted and assigned to the 7th Service Group under Air Service Command. During World War II, the redesignated 1098th Signal Company arrived in Australia on November 18, 1943 to support the 5th Air Force in the war in the Pacific. During their time
  • About the 146th Airlift Wing

    The 146th is a reserve component unit under Air Mobility Command. The Wing's primary mission is to provide global military airlift capability to a full spectrum of state and federal agencies. Flying the Lockheed C-130J "Super Hercules" the newest theater airlifter in the Air Force inventory, the 146th has participated in numerous 'real world'
  • Benefits

    The benefits are the best you'll find anywhere for any part time job. They include:Excellent pay. Our already excellent pay is greatly enhanced by promotions and raises throughout your Air Guard career. Click here to see a current drill weekend pay chart . Montgomery GI Bill. In addition to your regular Air Guard pay, you may receive up to $697.00
  • Careers

    We have 80 different careers to choose from, enough to satisfy virtually everyone's interests, abilities, or goals. Some of our more popular career fields are aircraft maintenance, weather observation, clerical, medical technician, food service, computer maintenance and military police. These are just a few of our careers. Click here to see a
  • Careers Available at the 146th Airlift Wing

    Air Operations1COX2 - Airfield Operations1C3X1 - Command and Control1COX1 - Scheduling1COX2 - Flight RecordsAircraft Maintenance2R1X1 - Maintenance Scheduling2A1X7 - Electronic Warfare Systems2A5X1J - C130 Aircraft Flightline Maintenance2A6X1B - Turbo Prop Jet Engine Mechanic2A7X4 - Fabrication/Parachute Equipment2A7X1 - Machine Shop/Welding2A7X3 -
  • History of the 146th Airlift Wing

    The 146th Airlift Wing has been part of Southern California's rich aviation history since the mid-1920s. The wing traces its roots to the fledgling days of the 115th Observation Squadron, an early military aviation unit of the California National Guard's 40th Infantry Division. The 115th Observation Squadron was founded in the summer of 1924 at
  • Personnel Services

    Air Reserve Personnel Contact Center http://www.arpc.afrc.af.mil/ Toll free: 800.525.0102 DSN: 926.6528 Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. MT First and second Saturday of each month, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. MT First and second Sunday of each month, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. MT Automated Records Management System (ARMS)https://www.my.af.mil (via AF
  • Training

    The first step in your Air National Guard career is to take advantage of our up-to-date training using some of the most modern equipment and techniques available. If you have not previously served in the military, you'll attend Air Force Basic Training (Boot Camp) at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Afterwards you'll receive the same world-class
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