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Tom Flick, former National Football League quarterback and Rose Bowl Champion, will be speaking at the Elmendorf Base Theater Dec. 11 at 10 a.m.
Amber: The roads may be slippery due to snow, ice or reduced visibility. Operators will exercise caution and must reduce speeds by 5 mph below the posted speed.
Black: The road conditions are extremely hazardous due to ice, snow, or reduced visibility. Vehicle dispatching is prohibited unless specifically directed by command authority. Only operate emergency response vehicles. Drivers of emergency response vehicles will exercise extreme caution and all drivers must reduce speeds by 15 miles per hour below the posted speed limit.
Red: The roads may be hazardous due to snow, ice, or reduced visibility. Units will minimize vehicle dispatches and will only operate mission essential vehicles. All drivers must exercise extreme caution and must reduce speeds by 10 mph below the posted speed limit.
Green: Roads are clear and dry. Drivers will comply with normal vehicle operating procedures and posted speed limits.
ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- Russian military members stand in front of a Russian TU-154 after a flyover mission here as part of the Open Skies Treaty. The Open Skies treaty, which was signed in the early 1992, is designed to enhance openness and cooperation between all participating countries.(U.S. Air Force photoillistration/ Staff Sgt. Joshua Garcia)
3rd Force Support Squadron logo
PACAF
Energy Disruption Customer Action Plan chart describes green, yellow and red conditions. (Courtesy graphic)
Alaskan North American Aerospace Defense Command Region (U.S. Air Force graphic)
Combined Federal Campaign logo
703rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron patch (U.S. Air Force graphic)
3rd Wing patch (U.S. Air Force graphic)
962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron patch (U.S. Air Force graphic)
CSAF Visits Arctic Warriors
Joint Pacific Alaskan Range Complex (JPARC) lies among rivers, mountains, and forests stretching 67,000 miles across the sparsely-populated areas of the Alaska interior and stretches another 44,000 miles into the Gulf of Alaska.
8-step Problem Solving Process (U.S. Air Force graphic)
Kaktovik Outreach
Elmendorf SECDEF Visit