• 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.

  • New murals at fitness center commemorate service members

    After completing recent renovations, the Buckner Fitness Center has reopened with new murals illustrating various missions and service members at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.These new murals showed aircraft, such as the F-22 Raptor and the C-17 Globemaster III, but primarily featured the

  • Braving the Last Frontier: recounting the ITI 1,000-mile ultramarathon

    Frozen air whips by, sinking its teeth into any inch of exposed skin it can find. Snow pushes in from all sides, forcing its way through waterproofed layers and attempting to soak everything beneath. Dozens of pounds of gear are pulling and dragging and begging to stop as they are carried ever

  • PACAF’s largest Multi-Service Unit supports JBER resiliency

    The Pacific Air Force’s largest multi-service unit supports installation resiliency by caring for people.At the hospital on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, the MSU provides inpatient services for all military members and their families, Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs patients

  • September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

    September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month – a month-long reminder of our responsibility to shed light on awareness of suicide in our day-to-day lives.Progress toward this goal requires each individual to give an all-hands-on-deck effort. Everyone can play a role in prevention. An excellent