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July 05, 2011
Oregon National Guard Armed Forces Readiness Center entry gate dedicated to former Governor of Oregon
 
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Former Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski drives through the newly-dedicated entry gate at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas, Ore., July 5, in a M151 Jeep. The "Kulongoski Gate" is dedicated to the former Oregon governor for his support of the Oregon National Guard during his time in office. Kulongoski is the third governor in the history of Oregon to be associated with the facility, and to have a location at Camp Withycombe named in their honor. Photo by Master Sgt. Jeffery Lopez, 82 Brigade, Oregon Army National Guard (110705-A-LOPEZ-001)
 
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Former Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski unveils the "Kulongoski Gate," July 5, at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas, Ore. Oregon Govenor, John Kitzhaber, and Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Rees, The Adjutant General, Oregon, also attended the ceremony. The entry to the facility is named in honor of the former Oregon governor for his support of the Oregon National Guard during his time in office. Kulongoski is the third governor in the history of Oregon to be associated with the facility, and to have a location at Camp Withycombe named in their honor. Photo by Master Sgt. Jeffery Lopez, 82 Brigade, Oregon Army National Guard (110705-A-LOPEZ-002)
 
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Former Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski speaks to a crowd of military and civilian guests July 5 at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas, Ore., during a ceremony dedicating the new entry named in his honor.  The "Kulongoski Gate" was named in honor of the former Oregon governor for his support of the Oregon National Guard during his time in office. Kulongoski is the third governor in the history of Oregon to be associated with the facility, and to have a location at Camp Withycombe named in their honor. Photo by Sgt. Jason van Mourik, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office. (110705-A-9387V-001)
 
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Former Oregon Governor, Ted Kulongoski, along with current Oregon Governor, John Kitzhaber, Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Rees, The Adjutant General, Oregon, and Kulongoski's wife, Mary Oberst, prepare to unveil the "Kulongoski Gate" sign during a dedication ceremony, July 5, at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas, Ore. The entry to the facility is named in honor of the former Oregon governor for his support of the Oregon National Guard during his time in office. Kulongoski is the third governor in the history of Oregon to be associated with the facility, and to have a location at Camp Withycombe named in their honor. Photo by Sgt. Jason van Mourik, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office. (110705-A-9387V-002)
 
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Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber congratulates his predecessor, former Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski, following the ceremonial unveiling of the "Kulongoski Gate," July 5, at Camp Withycombe, in Clackamas, Ore. The entry to the facility is named in honor of the former Oregon governor for his support of the Oregon National Guard during his time in office. Kulongoski is the third governor in the history of Oregon to be associated with the facility, and to have a location at Camp Withycombe named in their honor.  Photo by Sgt. Jason van Mourik, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office. (110705-A-9387V-003)
 
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Former Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski, uses a button to formally activate the newly dedicated "Kulongoski Gate" at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas, Ore., July 5. The entry to the facility is named in honor of the former Oregon governor for his support of the Oregon National Guard during his time in office. Kulongoski is the third governor in the history of Oregon to be associated with the facility, and to have a location at Camp Withycombe named in their honor.  Photo by Sgt. Jason van Mourik, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office. (110705-A-9387V-004)
 
 
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The newly-unveiled "Kulongoski Gate" sign at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas, Ore., was dedicated to former Oregon Governor, Ted Kulongoski during a ceremony held at the facility on July 5. The entry to the facility is named in honor of the former Oregon governor for his support of the Oregon National Guard during his time in office. Kulongoski is the third governor in the history of Oregon to be associated with the facility, and to have a location at Camp Withycombe named in their honor.  Photo by Sgt. Jason van Mourik, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office. (110705-A-9387V-005)
 
 
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