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  • 173rd FW hosts newly appointed 19th AF Commander

    The new 19th Air Force Commander visited the 173rd Fighter Wing to see firsthand the operations at the schoolhouse providing all of the F-15C air superiority training to the U.S. Air Force, Sept. 10, 2019. U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Craig Wills assumed his command June 13 and prioritized making a visit to the rural, southern Oregon base.
  • Dave Roever shares his story of Resiliency with Team Kingsley

    On August 28, Dave Roever, a Vietnam War survivor and motivational speaker on resiliency, shared his story with Team Kingsley Airmen
  • Kingsley Field establishes new health and fitness center for Airmen

    The term fitness is everywhere today, from advertisements to hash tags to bookstores; however, there is often a confusion as to how it actually defined. Within the military, fitness represents a balance between readiness and well-being, where each of those two conditions support each other. The 173rd Fighter Wing is starting up a Community Health and Wellness Center (CHAWC) in order to support the health, nutrition, and overall fitness needs of Airmen at Kingsley Field.
  • Oregon Air Guardsman helps critically injured motorist after train collision

    A Kingsley Field Airman found himself responding to a crisis situation recently at the most unexpected time. While on vacation in Duluth, Minnesota in late August, Master Sgt. Osten Coaty, 173rd Logistics Readiness Squadron First Sergeant, was enjoying a dinner train ride with his extended family when he looked out the window of the train to see a small, black car thrown into a stand of trees.
  • 173rd FW SAPR Office hosts state police brief: protecting children in the cyber world

    The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office at the 173rd Fighter Wing initiated a new program called Community Connections, which is bringing members of the community and base Airmen together through various events. These events include a SAPR 5K run, a briefing by the local chapter of the Wounded Warrior Project, and most recently brought two local Oregon State Police Detectives to the base to explain how internet-based crime is affecting local children, Sept. 6, 2019.
  • Oregon Guardsmen participate in Joint Exercise Sentry Aloha

    Five F-15 Eagles and more than ninety Airmen from Kingsley Field flew to Hawaii for three weeks to support Sentry Aloha 19-2, a large-scale exercise with both American and Australian Forces, August 16 through September 6, 2019.
  • 173rd FW Supply Airmen help keep jets airworthy

    U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Alexis Hubble, 173rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, files incoming parts in the supply warehouse at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon, Sept. 5, 2019. Each day she and other Airmen are responsible with stocking the warehouse with incoming parts to help ensure the maintainers at the 173rd Fighter Wing have the
  • Suicide Prevention Month theme 'Small Steps Save Lives'

    September is Suicide Prevention Month
  • New 173rd FW Vice Commander notches historic first for Kingsley Field

    The 173rd Fighter Wing welcomed its first active-duty vice commander, Aug. 13, 2019. As an Air National Guard unit, this is unique and first for Kingsley Field.
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