JBER Laundry fight stains Alaska wide
A Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Laundry seamstress stitches a nametape onto an Army uniform at JBER, Alaska, Oct. 24, 2017. The JBER Laundry employs 63 Airmen who collectively wash, dry, press, fold and wrap 7,000 pounds of laundry daily – almost 7 million pounds per year. The JBER Laundry, formerly known as the Quartermaster Laundry has been supporting the laundry needs of the base community since the 1950s.

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Photo by: Senior Airman Javier Alvarez |  VIRIN: 171024-F-SK378-0055.JPG