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  • Innovative Agile Combat Employment training brings AMUs together at JBER

    Two F-35A Lightning II aircraft taxied down the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson pavement and pulled up alongside F-22 Raptors outside the 525th Fighter Squadron’s kennels Oct. 26. A crowd of Airmen waited near heaters outside as the airplanes and crew chiefs performed their ritual dance of flap and

  • 3rd Wing hosts Immersion Tour

    Spouses from the 3rd Wing receive a briefing on the E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System during an immersion tour at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Aug. 31, 2021. The E-3 Sentry holds an advanced surveillance, target detection, and tracking platform, providing an accurate picture

  • Chaos Challenge 2021

    The Chaos Challenge 2021 was a multi-day series of mental and physical contests sponsored by the 1st Air Support Operations Group with participants from the 3rd, 5th, 25th, and 604th Air Support Operations Squadrons and a guest team from the 673d Security Forces Squadron. The winner of the

  • First Lady Dr. Jill Biden visits JBER

    First Lady Dr. Jill Biden visits Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 21, 2021, during a refueling stop. Dr. Biden was traveling to the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.

  • RED FLAG-Alaska 21-2 comes to a close

    RED FLAG-Alaska 21-2 came to a close at Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson, Alaska, June 25, 2021 after playing a role in integrating the Pacifc Air Forces with its international partners.

  • Guardian provides critical support for RED FLAG-Alaska

    A first sergeant provides a dedicated focal point for all readiness, health, morale, welfare, and quality-of-life issues within an organization. For the first time, a Space Force Guardian is doing the job for RED FLAG-Alaska 21-2.

  • Remembering fallen Yukla 27 crew

    Surviving family members, distinguished guests and members of the 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron gathered for a solemn memorial ceremony Sept. 22, 2020, at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, to honor the 24 Canadian and U.S. Airmen lost in one of the deadliest aircraft accidents in U.S.