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  Annual Resiliency Testing of JBER-Richardson / Doyon Utilities electrical backup generation system
 
    

Friday, October 8, 2021 has been selected for annual Resiliency Testing of JBER-Richardson / Doyon Utilities electrical backup generation system. To perform resiliency testing, electrical power outages will be required affecting JBER-“Richardson Only” between the hours of 0900 to 1600 on Friday, October 8, 2021.

9:20 a.m. is planned start time for first test/power outage.
1:15 p.m. is planned start time for second test/power outage.


It is anticipated that facilities should not be without electrical power for no more than two continuous hours. Date selected is anticipated to be an Army Training Holiday / Air Force Family Day since it is the Friday before Monday, October 11 Columbus Day Federal Holiday.

This is also an opportunity for Military/State of Alaska/ASD and other entities on JBER-Richardson to test their backup electrical equipment and systems during a planned power outage (e.g. emergency lighting, auto-backup electrical generators, security systems, communications systems, UPS systems, IT systems, power outage protocols, etc.).

For additional questions contact the JBER-Richardson Utility Privatization Team at 907-384-0051

           

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 Richardson VCC

 
                       

All visitor passes will be issued solely from the Richardson Gate/VCC, located at the intersection of D Street & the Glenn Highway.

Will be available 24/7. Please visit https://www.jber.jb.mil/Units/673abw/673SFS/ for future updates. 

           

 iSportsman Usage for Recreational Access

 
                       

The link for the JBER Conservation Management Program iSportsman can be found here: https://jber.isportsman.net/

           

 Notice regarding Personal Use Firewood Cutting

 
                       

Information for cutting wood on JBER can be found at this link:  https://jber.isportsman.net/

           

 Revised procedures for Requesting Visitor Access to JBER

 

 

The 673d Communications Squadron and the 673d Security Forces Squadron have developed a Base Access Intelink website for use by all DoD CAC holders.

This site allows DoD CAC holders to access several commonly sought after base access forms and more importantly allows those users to sponsor visitors onto JBER from a CAC enabled computer.  DoD CAC holders may utilize the website to sponsor on up to nine US citizens, for up to 60 days, no more than 72 hours in advance of their arrival to JBER. 

The intent of the site is to streamline the process for getting visitors onto the installation for both operational and personal needs.  

You can review the quick step by step process that you will encounter when you access the site here.

Login with your CAC at the following site: Click here

 

           

 Spouse & Youth Resilience Training

 
                       

Simultaneous Resilience workshops designed to teach skills that support the unique challenges of military life in a fun, fast-paced, and interactive format! For military spouses and youth (ages 10-15).

September 16th, 23rd, and 30th 1700-2000 in the Arctic Warrior Event Center (AWEC) 9387 Kuter Ave. 

Spouse & Youth Resilience Agenda 

           

 UBER / Lyft Base Policy

      

 

JBER's current policy is that any UBER or Lyft driver in possession of a DoD (Department of Defense) ID card may provide transportation services on the installation. DoD card holders must self-identify to the installation entry controller that they are operating their vehicle as an UBER driver and are not authorized to vouch for passengers utilizing Trusted Traveler privileges. Additionally, all passengers in the vehicle must be over the age of 16 and must be in possession of their DoD ID card or a JBER DBIDS card to access the installation. This does not prevent a DoD ID card holder from sponsoring an UBER or Lyft driver through the Visitor Control Center for pickup or drop off purposes. These passes will be limited to the duration of time for the sponsor's fare. The 673d Security Forces Squadron is currently coordinating with the UBER and Lyft corporations to allow access to their drivers who do not possess a DoD card. 

 

           

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