• 3rd Wing in action at JBER

    Aircraft assigned to 3rd Wing take off and land at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 27, 2022.

  • COMPACAF visits JBER

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Ken Wilsbach, Pacific Air Forces commander, prepares to taxi during an F-22 Raptor sortie at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 7, 2022. Wilsbach is a command pilot with more than 5,000 flight hours, primarily in the F-15C, MC-12 and F-22. (U.S. Air Force photo by

  • PACAF command team, spouses visit JBER

    Some may shy away from visiting Alaska during the cold winter months, but the Pacific Air Forces command team along with their spouses visited Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson Jan 5-7 and expressed their enjoyment during the visit.

  • PACAF key spouses visit JBER

    Cindy Wilsbach, right, first lady of Pacific Air Forces, and Dr. Doniel Wolfe, left, spouse of the PACAF command chief, meet with the Paws for Purple Hearts Alaska team in Anchorage, Alaska, Jan. 7, 2022. During their visit, they learned about the organization’s mission and Canine Assisted Warrior

  • For the Warfighter: Operational Test advances at NE21

    As Northern Edge 21 concludes, the 53rd Wing is returning home having achieved major test objectives for multiple weapons systems May 3-14, 2021. In addition to F-15EX deep end testing and B-52 long-range kill chain milestones for hypersonic weapons, the 53d Wing’s F-35s, MQ-9s, F-15Cs and F-15Es,

  • 53rd Wing gears up for Northern Edge 21

    More than 25 aircraft, and hundreds of Airmen, from across the 53rd Wing are headed to Alaska in support of Northern Edge 21, INDOPACOM’s premier bi-annual exercise designed to increase joint combat effectiveness in all spectrums of warfare, May 3-14, 2021.

  • 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.