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  • RF-A 22-3 cleared for takeoff

    The first aircraft operating in support of RED FLAG-Alaska 22-3 took to the skies from the Eielson flightline early this morning. The exercise will run July 28 – Aug. 12.

  • Alaska TACPs climb to new heights

    Tactical air control party specialists assigned to Detachment 1, 3rd Air support Operations Squadron, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, held mountaineering training at Sunshine Ridge, Alaska, July 20 and 22, 2022. The training consisted of leaning how to use rock climbing tools and techniques

  • Vehicle Management maintains sortie-generating assets during RF-A 22-1

    During RED FLAG-Alaska, there is a significant increase in flightline operations where aircraft refueling vehicles are in constant demand and fire trucks are always on standby in case of an emergency. The Airmen from the 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron Vehicle Management are responsible for

  • 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.

  • 909th Air Refueling Squadron fuels the RF-A 22-1 fleet

    A U.S. Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker assigned to the 909th Air Refueling Squadron, Kadena Air Base, Japan, supports RED FLAG-Alaska 22-1 by conducting refueling over the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex, May 5, 2022. The JPARC provides more than 77,000 square miles of airspace, making it the

  • 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

  • RED FLAG-Alaska 21-2 starts

    RED FLAG-Alaska 21-2 is in full swing starting June 10 to 25 after last year's mini-scale and two cancellations due to the Department of Defense travel restriction and COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Chief of Space Operations visits Eielson, meets with Guardians

    U.S. Space Force Gen. John “Jay” Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, and Chief Master Sgt. of the Space Force Roger Towberman, meet with Guardians assigned to the 354th Fighter Wing, on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, March 10, 2021. Space Force responsibilities include developing Guardians,