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  • 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.
  • Exercise Pac Angel 19-1 wraps up in Bangladesh

    Throughout that time, the U.S. and partner nations teamed up to provide medical care and engineering assistance as well as conduct subject matter expert exchanges with the Bangladesh Air Force and civil organizations, such as the Red Crescent and Ministry of Health.
  • First Time: 173rd Fighter Wing hosts Secretary of the Air Force

    Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson visited the 173rd Fighter Wing Nov. 3-4, 2018, marking the first visit by a sitting secretary since Kingsley Field opened its gates during WWII.
  • Face of Defense: Airlift Manager Delivers on Contingency Travel Plan

    Air Force Master Sgt. Michelle Kelly, an airlift manager with the Oregon Air National Guard’s 173rd Fighter Wing, provided a successful contingency travel plan for Tropic Care Maui County 2018, a joint training mission providing no-cost medical, dental, and vision services to people living on the Hawaiian Islands of Maui, Molokai and Lanai.
  • Kingsley Field celebrates unprecedented lease extension until 2095

    The 173rd Fighter Wing celebrated the longest lease extension in the Air Force. A ceremony at the base marked the 50 year extension, that leads the base out until 2095.
  • Hometown Heroes take flight with the 173rd Fighter Wing

    The 173rd Fighter Wing inducted two local civic leaders into the Hometown Heroes program Jan. 3, 2018 with a flight in the backseat of an F-15 Eagle at Kingsley Field, Oregon.
  • Training prepares Oregon Guardsmen for fighting fires

    A combined force of 105 Oregon Army and Air National Guardsmen prepared to deploy to the High Cascade Complex Fire in southern Oregon, while completing one-day refresher training at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) in Salem, Oregon, on Aug. 15, 2017. The Oregon National Guard was activated by Governor Kate Brown to
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