After JBERs successful involvement in last years Air Force test trial, multiple adjustments have been made to the program. One of the key changes made embraces the reintegration of hands-on, in-person instruction, allowing Airmen to receive a more tailored learning experience.
In remembrance of America’s prisoners of war and those missing in action, the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson community gathered for a ceremony followed by a ruck march and Armed Services YMCA of Alaska food drive Sept. 21.
More than 20 service members met with administrators and educators from the Anchorage School District at Begich Middle School Sept. 27 as part of Anchorage School Business Partnerships.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s senior enlisted advisor is ensuring Soldiers, Airmen and military families stay ready and resilient with BE FIT options in Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson restaurants, Expresses and main Exchange.
OLD HARBOR, Alaska -— A newly extended runway was opened at Old Harbor, on Kodiak Island, Aug. 7, marking the completion of a six-year Innovat… Read more
Matter of Faith
Behind every chaplain at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson is a chaplain assistant – someone ready and willing to bridge the gap between enlist… Read more