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  • 2021 Family Day Event

    Two anime costumed girls snuggle bunnies during the annual Family Day event at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon, October 17, 2021. The 173rd Fighter Wing Airman and Family Readiness office hosted the annual event as a chance for families to come out for a bit of fun, candy, and camaraderie. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master
  • Resiliency Operations Center opens to Airmen & families

    173rd Fighter Wing Commander, Col. Jeff Edwards, cut the grand-opening ribbon on the Resiliency Operations Center at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore. October, 17, 2021. The newly remodeled center is the home to the Kingsley Resiliency Team, made up of the Director of Psychological Health, Airman and Family Readiness, Chaplain, Health Education Awareness Team, Human Resource Advisor, Equal Opportunity, Yellow Ribbon, and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response offices.
  • 19th Air Force Commander Visits 173rd Fighter Wing

    Air Force Maj. Gen. Craig D. Wills, the 19th Air Force commander, prepares for a basic fighter maneuver sortie in the back seat of an F-15 Eagle, at the 173rd Fighter Wing at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore., Oct. 8, 2021. As the commander of 19th Air Force Wills oversees the training for all U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard pilots, which
  • 173rd Fighter Wing leverages off-the-shelf technology to help student pilots

    Aspiring F-15 Eagle drivers arrive at the 173rd Fighter Wing to work through what many call the most challenging course in the Air Force—the B-course. The sole F-15C schoolhouse for the U.S. Air Force, located at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore., requires a tremendous investment on the part of students who successfully navigate its syllabus and step into the slim ranks of fighter pilots. Today they have a tool to help them on their uphill climb into the F-15 cockpit.
  • 173rd FW Airmen assist Oregon hospitals during pandemic

    Ron Woita, Sky Lakes Medical Center’s Vice President of Patient Care Services, escorts Col. Jeffrey Edwards, the 173rd Fighter Wing commander, around the hospital showing him how his Airmen are helping alleviate the influx of COVID patients at the Klamath Falls, Ore. hospital, Sept. 17, 2021. Kingsley Field Airmen are currently serving around the
  • Oregon ranking enlisted member retires at Kingsley Field

    Oregon State Command Chief Master Sgt. Mark McDaniel stands with a folded flag presented to him during a retreat ceremony commemorating a career that began in 1980 when he enlisted in the Active Air Force after graduation from local Klamath Union High School, Sept. 10, 2021. His career spanned 40 years, nearly 36 of which he spent in uniform taking
  • Brig. Gen. Donna Prigmore visits 173rd Fighter Wing

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Donna Prigmore, the commander of the Oregon Air National Guard, listens as Lt. Col. Julius Romasanta, 173rd Fighter Wing F-15 instructor pilot, explains how to use a new virtual reality simulator during a visit to Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore., Sept. 10, 2021. Romasanta worked to adapt training he receives as a
  • 22 pairs of boots symbolize suicide’s cost each day for the military

    22 pairs of boots welcome all who enter the 173rd Fighter Wing main gate, each bearing a different message, such as “Connect to Protect,” and “You are not alone,” and others. Each pair belongs to an Airman from the 173rd Fighter Wing. The 22 pairs of boots are significant because it reminds us that statistically, each day 22 military members and veterans take their own life.
  • Team Kingsley Airmen support Oregon hospitals

    Fifty Airmen from the 173rd Fighter Wing were activated Sept. 1, to assist with the logistical support of hospitals in the Springfield—Eugene area, with more on standby if additional hospitals request assistance through the Oregon Office of Emergency Management.
  • Two Team Kingsley Airmen to represent ANG at USAF Marathon

    On September 18, 2021, over 10,000 runners representing all 50 states and multiple foreign countries will participate in the 25th annual Air Force Marathon. Among them will be two Team Kingsley members, Capt. Kristine Raudy, 173rd Medical Group, and 1st Lt. Jared Boyer, 173rd Fighter Wing.