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  • Combat Weather clears the way above Alaska

    With weather conditions ranging from unpredictable to outright hostile, the vast and varied environments of Alaska require a specialized team to ensure the safety and effectiveness of service members operating within them.

  • SecAF visits JBER

    Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall and his team visited JBER and discussed the importance of JBER in the Indo-Pacific region and engaged in discussions regarding the strength of U.S. regional alliances and relationships with leading regional partners, such as the Canadian Air Force.

  • 3rd OSS Weather Flight Clears the Skies

    RED FLAG-Alaska 22-3, a Pacific Air Forces exercise, started on July 28 and is scheduled to take place until August 12 in the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex. The JPARC is the largest instrumented air, ground and electronic combat training range in the world, making it the ideal space to simulate

  • JBER kicks off RED FLAG-Alaska 22-3 with Royal Australian Air Forces

    RED FLAG-Alaska 22-3 is in full swing starting 28 July through 12 August with U.S. forces and international partners. RF-A is a Pacific Air Forces-sponsored joint and multilateral exercise designed to provide realistic training essential to the continued development and improvement of combined and

  • Royal Air Force partners with RED FLAG-Alaska

    The U.S. and the United Kingdom have long had a “special relationship,” fighting side-by-side in numerous conflicts since the mid-19th century. Service members continue that relationship here at RED FLAG-Alaska 22-1.

  • Air National Guard F-15 Eagles train with F-22 Raptors

    F-15 Eagles assigned to the 144th Fighter Wing in Fresno, California, trained with F-22 Raptors from the 3rd Wing at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as part of the Alaska Dissimilar Aircraft Combat Training exercise from April 11 through 28.