• JBER captain is Kona Ironman’s military world champion

    Finishing with a total time of nine hours, 54 minutes, and 1 second, U.S. Air Force Capt. Samantha Skold won the military division at the Kona Ironman World Championships. The active-duty physician assistant, currently stationed at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Family Health Clinic, completed

  • New 11th AF command chief tours the 3rd Wing

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Heath Tempel, senior enlisted leader, Alaskan NORAD Region, Alaskan Command, and command chief, Eleventh Air Force, places a master technician patch on Tech. Sgt. Nathaniel Leachman, 703rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron instrument flight control journeyman, during an

  • Arctic Warrior Chapel undergoes renovations

    The Arctic Warrior Chapel at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson is undergoing renovations due to deterioration caused by the harsh Alaska environment. The renovations began this past October and are set to be completed by this month.

  • 3rd Wing kicks off 2024 with Safety Day

    In an effort to enhance safety measures and prevent mishaps, the 3rd Wing held its annual Safety Day, emphasizing the importance of everyday safety practices, on Jan. 3 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.The event focused on mishap prevention for flights and inspections; safety and accident trend

  • Love, Death and Regrowth

    Senior Airman Alex Briley and Spc. Brandon Diaz quickly fell in love shortly after arriving on JBER. The two had just been married and began building their life together when disaster struck. Briley shares her story of struggle, resilience and rebuilding.

  • Two JBER Airmen first to earn ESB

    Two U.S. Air Force Airmen participated in the 2nd Brigade, 11th Airborne Division’s Expert Soldier and Expert Infantry Badge three-week course throughout September 2023, earning the Army’s Expert Soldier Badge on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.

  • Master sergeant bolsters his mental health through theater

    With winter closing in and daylight hours dwindling, activities and hobbies outside work time are more crucial than ever. Long, dark hours can have a profound impact on a service member's mental health and wellbeing. For Master Sgt. Rian Hudson, 673rd Security Forces Squadron flight chief, theater