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Oregon National Guard Fourth of July Flyovers‏

All passes will be approximately 1,000 feet above ground level and 350 knots airspeed.

173d Fighter Wing F-15
173d Fighter Wing F-15
Courtesy: Klamath County Chamber of Commerce

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - The Oregon Air National Guard will conduct Independence Day flyovers for various ceremonies at locations throughout Oregon, Southwest Washington, and Northern California.

Two F-15 Eagle fighter jets from the 142nd Fighter Wing in Portland and two F-15 Eagle fighters home-based out of 173rd Fighter Wing at Kingsley Field are scheduled to fly over community events throughout Oregon, Southwest Washington and Northern California at the following times and locations:

Saturday, July 4th, 2009.
10:00 Klamath Falls, OR – Klamath Avenue
10:05 Tulelake, CA – Main St.
10:10 Lake of the Woods – Lake of the Woods Resort area
10:15 Ashland, OR – Main St.
10:20 Central Point, OR - Downtown
10:30 Eagle Point, OR – Main St.
10:45 Diamond Lake, OR – Diamond Lake Resort Area
11:00 Bend, OR – Les Schwab Amphitheater
11:00 Ridgefield, WA – 4th of July Parade
11:05 Camas, WA – 4th of July Parade
11:10 Rockaway Beach, OR – 4th of July Parade
11:15 Neskowin, OR – Neskowin Patriotic Celebration
11:25 Cresswell, OR – Oregon Avenue (Main St)
12:50 Beaverton, OR – Oak Hills School - Parade
13:15 Manzanita, OR – 4th of July Parade
14:00 Gold Beach, OR – 4th of July Parade at the Port
14:25 Roseburg, OR – Roseburg Hometown 4th of July
14:30 Glide, OR – Parade at Glide Middle School

All passes will be approximately 1,000 feet above ground level and 350 knots airspeed. Flights could be cancelled or times changed due to inclement weather or operational contingencies.

The 173d Fighter Wing has temporarily moved its F-15 student-training mission to Gowen Field, Idaho while the main runway at Klamath Falls undergoes renovation.

The 142nd Fighter Wing maintains continuous alert with F-15's from Portland as part of the Western Air Defense System.




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Jagur July 3, 2009 12:43 pm (Pacific time)

Ah,Salem here.... Hello? The Capitol of Oregon,.... Hello!?


Mike H. July 3, 2009 11:51 am (Pacific time)

I have never seen any badass planes my entire life. Too bad they won't be passing over Silverton before the firework show at Oregon Garden.


Daniel Johnson July 3, 2009 7:07 am (Pacific time)

It was 1982 and I was living in Toronto. There was some sort of air show going on although I had paid no attention to it. Unexpectedly that afternoon, I heard a plane in the sky and looked up. It was a black SR71 (I didn't know the name then) climbing almost vertically. I still remember how the chills went up and down my spine.

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