• The Greeley-Weld County Airport opened at its current location in June, 1944. A petition drive by local aviators, lead by Clarence F. Red Crosier, who was killed in action while flying a B-26 over France in a pre D-Day air raid, was key in the establishment of the airport. The airport was originally known as the Greeley Municipal Airport, and was dedicated as Crosier Field on September 24th, 1944. At the dedication ceremony, a large portrait of Red Crosier was unveiled, which presently hangs on the mezzanine level of the airport terminal building.

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