Drought reveals Kingsley history
From Right: Maj. Lucas Ritter the casualty assistance officer, Maj. Ryan Bartholomew, the base historian and Staff Sgt. Brandon Stroh of security forces investigate newly exposed wreckage from WWII aircraft on the dry lakebed of Goose Lake, Oct. 3, 2014. Current drought conditions have drawn the water level well below parts of the lakebed for the first time. The aircraft flights originated at Kingsley Field for training and unfortunately never returned to the base. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jefferson Thompson)
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