Camp Rilea Air National Guard

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91588 Rilea McCarter Rd, Warrenton, OR 97146, United States
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503 338 7800
Operating Hours
Saturday Closed Sunday (Independence Day) Closed Hours might differ Monday (Independence Day (Observed)) Closed Hours might differ Tuesday 8am–4pm Wednesday 8am–4pm Thursday 8am–4pm Friday 8am–4pm
Mission Oregon 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 provide the Joint/Combined Forces Air Component Commander (J/CFACC) with the means to direct and execute air operations. The CRC provides the Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) the primary interface for centralized command of BMC2 agencies from all the services contributing to the air campaign plan. The CRC may be responsible for: battle management, surveillance, weapons control, combat airspace management, and data link management.

Organization The 116th Aircraft Control Squadron was constituted and allotted to the National Guard effective May 24, 1946. The 116th Aircraft Control Squadron was authorized to organize at Marietta AAB, Georgia on July 8, 1946, and was assigned to the 154th Aircraft Control and Warning Group.

On 3 January 1951, the unit was notified it would be re-designated and reorganized as the 116th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron (Tactical) effective after 18 January 1951. The unit was activated on January 8, 1951, as the 116th Aircraft Control Squadron. A station change followed January 1951, to Stewart Air Force Base, Tennessee. Re-designated and reorganized as the 116th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron (Tactical) and assigned to the 154th Aircraft Control and Warning Group (Tactical) occurred on 5 February 1951.

The unit was alerted for Permanent Change of Station (PCS) to Casablanca, French Morocco on August 20, 1951. The unit was relieved from active military service, less personnel, and equipment, and returned to National Guard Bureau control on October 8, 1952. The 116th Tactical Control Squadron was constituted and allotted to station at Portland ANG Base, Ore., in May 1971, and assigned to the 153rd Tactical Control Group. Federal recognition was received on June 9, 1971. The unit was reassigned to the 154th Tactical Control Group effective April 1, 1976. The unit moved to Camp Rilea, Warrenton, Ore., on September 19, 1988, and was designated 116th Tactical Control Squadron effective October 15, 1988. The unit designation changed to the 116th Air Control Squadron (ACS) effective June 16, 1992. The 116th has been deployed more than any other Oregon Air National Guard Unit since 9/11 having supported numerous operations including Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

Training Air Battle Managers and Weapons Directors are trained to maintain the sovereignty of the skies wherever and whenever the Air Force deploys. They skillfully manage the flow of aircraft for a variety of missions to include airstrikes, interdiction, airborne refueling, reconnaissance, search and rescue, transport, and dogfights. The constant vigilance helps them to maintain the safety of the pilots on all manner of aircraft. Further, the 116th is also responsible for training highly skilled personnel in information technology, radar transmissions and maintenance, power supplies, communications, vehicle maintenance, HVAC, data link management, surveillance, and emissions control.


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