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Happy 4th of July from the 147th Attack Wing!
Our very own Chief Master Sgt. Kris Hopkins!
Texas Military Preparedness Commission members visited the 147th Attack Wing and learned about its mission and capabilities June 27, 2018, at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, Texas.
Congratulations to the 147th Attack Wing Airmen who completed Airman Leadership School recently at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn. Senior Airman Anissa Testaverde was recognized as a distinguished graduate for her exceptional performance and was nominated for the leadership award.
The USA Cricket team visited Joint Reserve Base Ellington Field, TX June 20, 2018. USA Cricket team members completed a circuit team building exercise led by members of the 147th Air Support Operations Squadron and toured base facilities. (Air National Guard Photos by Staff Sgt. Daniel J. Martinez) Texas Military Department National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT)
Senior Airman Alexander Dehne, an emergency management journeyman with the 154th Civil Engineering Squadron, explains the process of a hazardous material response during a training between the 154 CES, Hawaii Air National Guard, and the 147 CES, Texas Air National Guard June 14, 2018, at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam. Texas Military Department Air National Guard (Reuploaded to fix audio issue)
147th Civil Engineering Squadron, Texas Air National Guard, and 154th Civil Engineering Squadron, Hawaii Air National Guard, emergency management flight members, continue to train on various procedures and exercises June 13, 2018 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Air National Guard Texas Military Department National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force
Senior Airman KeAsia Williams and Master Sgt. Lyndsey Barclay, both with the emergency management flight of 147th Civil Engineering Squadron share their experience teaching members of the 15th Wing June 12, 2018, at Hickam, AFB, Hawaii. Emergency Management members of the 147th CES are currently training members of the 15th Wing on chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense procedures. (Air National Guard video by Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) Texas Military Department National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Air National Guard Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Emergency management members with the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron lead a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense training for members of the 15th Wing June 12, 2018, at Hickam, AFB, Hawaii. (Air National Guard photos by Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) Air National Guard National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Texas Military Department Texas Air National Guard Recruiting - 147th Attack Wing Texas Air National Guard Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Technical Sgt. Elizabeth Alicea, the Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force manager with the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron, explains the purpose of the 147th CES Prime BEEF and its involvement with the Air National Guard Innovative Readiness Training June 11, 2018, at Helemano Plantation, at Wahiawa, Hawaii. (Air National Guard video by Staff Sgt. Daniel J. Maritnez) Air National Guard Texas Military Department National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Members of the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron continue their hard work building new housing units for Helemano Plantation June 8, 2018, in Wahiawa, Hawaii. Air National Guard National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Texas Military Department Airman Magazine Air National Guard Innovative Readiness Training Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Wahiawa, HAWAII (June 8, 2018)— Members of the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron, Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, TX, deployed to build homes as part of an Air National Guard Innovative Readiness Training project June 2, 2018, at Helemano Plantation, Wahiawa, Hawaii. The IRT program produces mission-ready forces through military training opportunities that provide key services for American communities. It also allows the military to strengthen and build new partnerships with populations throughout the United States. “The IRT program provides a unique opportunity for military members to receive real world modern construction training in a joint environment,” said Master Sgt. Mitchell Sisco, the IRT Helemano Plantation non-commissioned officer in charge. “Participating members are able to practice their unique perishable skills here at the plantation and are able to deliver a tangible product to a deserving community partner at the end of their rotation.” During a two-month period, four military units will rotate every two weeks. The IRT goal is to produce two new buildings for the Helemano Plantation built by members of the 147th CES and other service members. The Helemano Plantation began 38 years ago with a vision to create a place for intellectually disabled individuals to belong. They currently house approximately 40 residents with profound to moderate intellectual disabilities. The homes also accommodate caregivers and relievers who care for these individuals daily. The goal of Helemano Plantation is to provide these individuals, their families and caregivers a safe and secure community where they can live as one big ohana(family). The plantation also serves more than 100 individuals with mental and physical disabilities in their various programs on a daily basis. “It takes a village to raise a child, and it takes a community to care for people with special needs. Individuals with intellectual disabilities will never grow up but they will grow old,” said Susanna Cheung, the President and Founder of Helemano Plantation. “This community provides a place of belonging for all our residents and allows them to have a stable and uplifting community, so we are very thankful for the IRT program and the military members involved for pouring hours of hard work into these new houses for our people.” The 147th CES consists of 51 individuals working on the IRT project at the Helemano Plantation. Each member brings a different specialty to the group that allows them to work effectively. “We’re happy to have this opportunity for our Airmen to engage in multi-skill crafts and accomplish the goals for our community partner, Helemano Plantation,” said Lt. Col. Kevin Mott, the commander of 147th CES. “Not only do we have the chance to train our Airmen in their trade, but the energy level and desire to get the job done is so much higher because we know that all the hard work put into the final product will benefit those in need and that they truly appreciate what we can do.” The 147th CES work rotation is scheduled to last from June 2 -June 15. 147th CES members have worked relentlessly and continue to meet deadlines during their annual training here in Wahiawa, Hawaii. Members of the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron, Innovative Readiness Training, and Helemano Plantation pose together June 8, 2018, at Helemano Plantation, Wahiawa, Hawaii. (Air National Guard Article/Photo By Staff Sgt. Daniel J. Martinez) National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Texas Air National Guard Recruiting - 147th Attack Wing Texas Military Department Airman Magazine Air National Guard Innovative Readiness Training Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Col. Gary Jones, 147th Attack Wing Commander, speaks to Air Force JROTC cadets at the University of Houston. The cadets from 17 high schools in the Houston area are attending a Leadership Training Camp hosted by the University’s ROTC. Texas Military Department
Air National Guard, Texas Military Department Members of the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron continue their work with the Air National Guard Innovative Readiness Training project of building new homes June 6, 2018, at Helemano Plantation, Wahiawa, Hawaii. The Helemano plantation is a unique community that houses adults with intellectual disabilities, and offers them a caring home, productive activities, and continuous encouragement for the optimal development of special people. (Air National Guard photos by Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Texas Air National Guard Recruiting - 147th Attack Wing Airman Magazine Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Air National Guard, Texas Military Department Staff Sgt. Donald Montijo, a water and fuel maintenance systems craftsman with the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron, shares his experience with the ongoing Air National Guard Innovative Readiness Training project June 7, 2018, at Helemano Plantation, Wahiawa, Hawaii. Innovative Readiness Training gives military units and its members the ability to provide hands-on, real-world training to improve readiness and survivability in contingency environments while strengthening and building new partnerships to promote strong civil-military relations. (Air National Guard video by Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Texas Air National Guard Recruiting - 147th Attack Wing Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Capt. Alyson White, the deputy flight operations officer in charge of the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron, is one of the key individuals leading the group in the innovative readiness training June 6, 2018, at the Helemano Plantation community in Wahiawa, Hawaii. Members of the 147th CES continue their work building housing units for the community. (Air National Guard video by Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) Air National Guard Reserve Officers Association Reserve Officers Association - Texas Texas Military Department National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Air National Guard Innovative Readiness Training Texas Air National Guard Recruiting - 147th Attack Wing Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force USAF Civil Engineering Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Air National Guard, Texas Military Department, members of the 147th Civil Engineering Squadron are currently a part of a Innovative Readiness Training building 2 new units for Helemano Plantation on Oahu, Hawaii. The 147th CES are building homes for this community that houses developmentally disabled, elderly, and low income families. (Air National Guard Photos By Staff Sgt. Daniel J. Martinez) National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) Texas Air National Guard Recruiting - 147th Attack Wing Airman Magazine Air Force Times Military Times United States Air Force
President Donald J. Trump has arrived at Ellington Field.

147th ATTACK Wing


The 147th Attack Wing, at Ellington Field in Houston, TX, flies combat support missions 24/7 via advanced satellite communications thus providing surveillance, reconnaissance, and air support for US and Allied forces.

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Recruiting Office
1020 W. Nasa Pkwy, Suite 214
Webster, TX 77598

Master Sgt. Mark Ward
Recruiting Office Supervisor
Comm: 832-632-1387
Cell: 281-709-5183

Master Sgt. Kimberly Crawford
Comm: 832-632-1387
Cell: 281-709-5182

Staff Sgt. Israel Rosario
Comm: 832-632-1387
Cell: 281-709-5184

Staff Sgt. Maurice Harrison
Comm: 832-632-1387
Cell: 281-709-5181

Contact Info

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(281) 929-2273
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Family Readiness:
(281) 929-2056

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(281) 929-2678

Base Exchange:
(281) 484-5892

Military Service Records:
1-866-272-6272

Finance:
(281) 929-2225

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(281) 929-2662