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  • 173rd FW expands emergency response capability

    The 173rd Fighter Wing has upgraded its emergency operations center, expanding the square footage amid the COVID-19 pandemic in late July 2020. Previously, emergency operations staff met in a room that could barely contain all the work stations, phones, computers, binders, a printer, numerous display screens and boards, not to mention people.
  • 173rd FW forced to cancel Sentry Eagle exercise and Open House

    The decision to cancel the exercise and Open House came after weeks of discussions primarily focused on COVID-19. Kingsley Field commanders and the Sentry Eagle project officer, Lt. Col. Adam Gaudinski, determined there were significant risks in hosting the public and other military units while adhering to Governor Brown’s Executive Orders and Department of Defense policy regarding COVID-19.
  • Kingsley Field Name Top Performers for 2019

    Each year the 173rd Fighter Wing honors the top performers from around base and selects the very best to represent the wing. Recently the wing named the top performers for the 2019 calendar year.
  • Time Change is a Great Time to Test Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

    Working smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms save lives by quickly giving you and your loved ones an early warning signal that something is wrong. Fire spreads fast and carbon monoxide is a silent killer. Working alarms are the most critical component of your escape plan.
  • OCP Rollout Coming to Kingsley Field

    The next major uniform transition is rapidly approaching for 173rd Fighter Wing Airmen as initial funding for the Operational Camouflage Pattern is set to begin rolling out for general wear at the base.
  • 173rd FW builds stronger relationship with Civil Air Patrol

    Two Airman from the 173rd Fighter Wing are working to foster a closer relationship between the wing and the Air Force Auxiliary, better known as the Civil Air Patrol.
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