PORTLAND, Ore. -- The city of Pendleton has been honored on the nose of an F-15 fighter jet.

The jet fighter displaying the city's iconic Let `er Buck image -- symbolic of the annual Round-Up -- was unveiled Thursday at the Portland Air National Guard Base.

Another F-15 jet, with nose art honoring Battle Ground, Wash., was displayed during the ceremony attended by the Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Rees and the mayors of both cities.

The aircraft are supplied their distinct markings as part of the Cities of Honor program.

In all, 21 fighter jets at the Portland Air Base honor cities throughout Oregon and Washington.

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