• Encouraging resiliency through recreation

    Within just an hour’s drive of Anchorage are hundreds of opportunities for Airmen and Soldiers to get outside and enjoy the beauty Alaska is known for globally.As the days at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson quickly head toward near-complete darkness, the visit of U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Rob Marshall

  • Maintainers Maintain Mission Readiness

    Fighter jets and heavies can rule the skies, but they need to get there first. It takes strict attention to detail from aircraft maintainers to service aircraft in order to launch them to the battlefield.

  • Doing it all in JBER’s backyard

    Usually the odd man out is something no one wants to be, but the 611th Civil Engineer Squadron owns their exclusivity. With a mission that goes beyond their host installation, they are like no other CES within the Air Force.

  • COMPACAF visits JBER, talks about mission strategies

    U.S. Air Force Gen. CQ Brown, Jr., Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Johnson, PACAF command chief, visited Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER), Alaska, Feb. 11 - 12, to thank Airmen for their dedication to the command’s mission and emphasized the importance of

  • PACAF cultivates CE Airmen with ground-breaking RADAS training

    For more than nine days, 12 civil engineer Airmen from several Pacific Air Forces bases recently participated in a secondary operator training course of the newly adopted Rapid Airfield Damage Assessment System at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

  • JBER recipe for food-service success, ‘Joint Culinary Institute’

    Since the beginning of September, Airmen with the 673d Force Support Squadron and food-service Soldiers from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, now have the opportunity to gain and build on additional skills through a program called the Joint Culinary Institute operated at the Gold Rush Inn.

  • Red Flag in the Last Frontier: it’s a bear fight

    Crossing paths with an aggressive mother black bear. Losing his footing and plummeting down the jagged terrain of a 3,500-foot mountain peak. He knows his adversaries, and he’s prepared to confront them.Royal Air Force Flight Lieutenant Pete Marshall, 47th Squadron RAF C-130J pilot, is in the Last