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Oregon Wing Emergency Services


The National Operations Center (NOC) can be reached via voice 24/7 at 888-211-1812 ext 300, via email at OPSCENTER@CAPNHQ.GOV and via fax at 800-555-7902.

The Oregon Wing on-duty Alerting Officer can be reached at 844-ORWGCAP (844-679-4227). ORWG Duty Roster

Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC)  (800) 851-3051

Contact the ORWG Emergency Services Directorate

Emergency Services Staff

We have also spread out the workload for ES Training by assigning ES Training Officers to logical groupings of ES qualifications. For assistance in the development, planning, and delivery of ES training, contact the appropriate ES Training Officer.

Here are those assignments:



Important COVID-19 Information

REVIEW the current COVID -19 recommendations for When to Stay Home,  (20220628)

Civil Air Patrol follows CDC Guidelines for safety of our membership.


COVID-19 Quarantine and Isolation | CDC

Ending isolation if you had symptoms End isolation after 5 full days if you are fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medication) and your symptoms are improving. Ending isolation if you did NOT have symptoms End isolation after at least 5 full days after your positive test. If you got very sick from COVID-19 or have a weakened immune system




Scheduled Training and Exercise Events

Emergency Services Training Information

Watch for announcements or view the wing calendar to confirm dates, locations, and times.

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Before the Ground Shakes Earthquake Preparedness Seminar

This outstanding session focused on helping our federal community ensure they are ready for the "big one" here in the Pacific NW. Please share widely, and if you were unable to attend the seminar, take an hour and watch the video. It may just save the life of you and those you love!


Presented by Ethos Preparedness Education.

“A 9.0 Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake will be a disaster unlike anyone has ever seen.” - FEMA Region 10 administrator Ken Murphy.  In order to achieve resilience, we must all contribute to our region's preparedness culture. Ethos aims to create an enduring conversation in your workplace and household.

This presentation includes:

  • - The science and history of the Ring of Fire
  • - “Drop/cover/hold-on” and other shaking scenarios
  • - Securing household and office furniture
  • - Tsunami preparedness and evacuation
  • - The infrastructural impact of a major seismic event
  • - Live review of kit contents, item by item
  • - Creating a family preparedness plan
  • - Igniting a preparedness movement in your community

Earthquake Preparedness Information



  • ES Unit Planning
  • Air and Ground Sortie Debriefing and Finances
  • IMT Kit Contents

ES Officer Orientation

ORWG Wing Conference ES Sessions

2022 Conference
  • ES Qualification Process Slides
2020 Conference


Emergency Services Links



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