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  • Luke AFB F-16s train in Oregon

    U.S. Air Force F-16 Vipers from Luke Air Force Base, Arizona sit on the ramp at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon Aug. 14, 2019. The aircraft were here for two weeks providing adversary air flights for the 173rd Fighter Wing F-15C training mission. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Jennifer Shirar)
  • Team Kingsley adds “shoot house” to world-class training arsenal

    The 173rd Security Forces Squadron increased the training capability for the base, as well as the surrounding area, when they constructed a new “shoot house” on the base designed to simulate real situations law enforcement and first responders deal with as a part of their mission.
  • 173rd Fighter Wing pilots learn survival techniques for over-water ejection

    U.S. Air Force F-15C pilots from the 173rd Fighter Wing spent one day preparing for an emergency ejection over water during water survival skills training at Cultus Lake in Central Oregon, July 25, 2019
  • Major Reeves reaches 1,000 hours in Eagle

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Ryan Mclain, 114th Fighter Squadron commander, presents Major Ryan Reeves, 173rd Fighter Wing F-15 instructor pilot, with a plaque and patch following a milestone flight at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon July 17, 2019. Reeves reached 1,000 hours in the F-15 and was congratulated by his friends, family, and
  • Kingsley Field SARC recognized as coordinator of the Year for NGB

    Ms. Amber Spotten, Kingsley Field Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, was named the 2019 Department of Defense Exceptional SARC of the Year for the National Guard Bureau and will receive her plaque, July 20, 2019 at the SARC Annual Refresher Training in Arizona.
  • Updated form promises increased efficiency for position vacancy announcements

    Simple changes to position vacancy request form promises greater efficiencies in the hiring process and looks to save Airmen's time.
  • Kingsley static aircraft see a much needed refresh

    At the entrance to Kingsley Field, an F-15 Eagle, F-4 Phantom and F-16 Fighting Falcon welcome everyone who sets foot there. Dubbed “Fighter Alley”, three static aircraft continue their service after spending their younger years thundering through the skies above Klamath Falls. Like any aircraft, time in the sun and other weather requires an occasional repainting. These three aircraft are getting their first fresh coat of paint in 15 years from the Ponsford Conservation Group.
  • Chief Master Sgt. Zalunardo Retreat

    The Kingsley Field Honor Guard folds a flag during a retreat ceremony in honor of Chief Master Sgt. Michael Zalunardo, 173rd Operations Group Chief, at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon July 12, 2019. Zalundardo is retiring after 38 years of service. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Jennifer Shirar)
  • Airmen in control: 270th ATCS completes Annual Training

    The 270th Air Traffic Control Squadron completed their annual training at the Biak Training Center in Redmond, Oregon, from June 26-29, 2019.
  • Vietnamese Judicial Delegation visits Kingsley Field

    Members of a Vietnamese Judicial Delegation learn about 173rd Fighter Wing operations from Col. Geoff Jensen, the operations group commander, during a visit coordinated by Maj. Gen. Daniel Bunch, the top member of the JAG Corps for the entire Air National Guard, July 10, 2019 at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The delegation consisted of
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