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  • By Tech. Sgt. JOHN GORDINIER ALCOM Public Affairs
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Dec. 24, Santa will be traveling around the world, delivering presents to all the girls and boys. To help keep tabs on Santa, North American Aerospace Defense Command, including Alaska, will track him across the globe to ensure safe travels.

  • By Airman 1st Class CRYSTAL JENKINS JBER Public Affairs
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Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson plans to host Winter Fest 2017, a free annual event for everyone with base access, at the Hillberg Ski Area, on Dec. 21.

  • By DAVID BEDARD JBER Public Affairs
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From the time an expecting mother presents a positive pregnancy test, healthcare professionals of the 673d Medical Group at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson hospital are ready to promote a healthy pregnancy and the safe delivery of the baby.

  • By Airman 1st Class CRYSTAL JENKINS JBER Public Affairs
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To honor the legacy service members create, an Airman in technical training saw an opportunity to generate a program resulting in the donation of more than 1,000 sought-after stripes within a six-month period. 

  • Photos by Senior Airman Curt Beach
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Approximately 40 U.S. Airmen from the 773d Civil Engineer Squadron and 40 Republic of Korea Airmen from Gwangju trained together at Gwangju Air Base for a week to learn a new runway repair process for wartime contingencies.

  • By Airman 1st Class CHRISTOPHER R. MORALES JBER Public Affairs
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Two Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Airmen earned the Levitow award during Airman Leadership School and enlisted Professional Military Education, which earned them the opportunity to fly in a C-17 Globemaster III flight simulator.

  • By Airman 1st Class CAITLIN RUSSELL JBER Public Affairs
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Many Soldiers and Airmen have never experienced convoy or combat situations. The Mission Training Complex on JBER provides training simulations to help these Soldiers and Airmen succeed downrange.

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First Lady Melania Trump speaks with children at the Month of the Military Family Celebration event  at the Arctic Oasis on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Nov. 10. The First Lady was returning from a Pacific Theater tour she attended with President Donald Trump. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master…

  • By Airman 1st Class CAITLIN RUSSELL JBER Public Affairs
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For the third year in a row, Airmen with the 673d Force Support Squadron and food-service Soldiers from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson have the opportunity to intern at Glacier Brewhouse in downtown  Anchorage to enhance their knowledge of commercial kitchen operations. 

  • By DAVID BEDARD JBER Public Affairs
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Pinned behind the engine block of the pickup truck he was riding in before his world exploded, Senior Airman Christopher Bowerfind couldn’t move a hair to his left or his right for fear of being riddled by bullets from anti-Afghanistan insurgents perched on a ridge raining PKM machine gun fi…

  • By Airman 1st Class CHRISTOPHER MORALES JBER Public Affairs
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Anchorage recently had an outbreak of mumps. As of Sept. 25, there were 15 documented cases of mumps in people between the ages of 14 and 58.

  • By Senior Airman CURT BEACH JBER Public Affairs
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In addition to the periodic bear or moose obstructing traffic, Alaska winters introduce an array of driving hazards such as snow, black ice, frosty windows and darkness. Preparation for these obstacles can mean the difference between life and death.

  • By Senior Airman JAVIER ALVAREZ JBER Public Affairs
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Army Air Corps Staff Sgt. Leslie Edwards braced himself against the roaring might of an F-22 Raptor as nearly 70,000 pounds of thrust threatened to rip his signature red-and-black Tuskegee Airmen cap from his head – a dramatic change from the aircraft of his day. 

  • By Senior Airman CURT BEACH JBER Public Affairs
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From torque wrenches and spectrum analyzers to pressure gauges and missile guidance control systems, the 3rd Maintenance Squadron precision measurement equipment laboratory supports approximately 18,000 different articles of equipment for nearly 300 different agencies on and off Joint Base E…

  • By HERMAN GRIESE JBER Wildlife Conservation
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Every Halloween, moose in inhabited areas – like JBER’s housing areas – detect a scent in the air alerting them to the opportunity to add a little color to their diet – pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns.