(e.g. yourname@email.com)

Forgot Password?

    Or login with Facebook

    354th Fighter Wing

    Eielson AFB, AK, US  

    Recent Images

    354 MDG EMT Rodeo

    354 MDG EMT Rodeo

    08.12.2016 | Photo by Airman Isaac Johnson
    U.S. Airmen assigned to the 354th Medical Operations Squadron at Eielson Air Force, Alaska, participate in joint training Aug. 12, 2016, in Hangar...
    Red Flag-Alaska

    Red Flag-Alaska

    08.12.2016 | Photo by Airman Isaac Johnson
    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Jin, a 354th Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion craftsman, removes a panel from an F-16 Fighting Falcon...

    Recent Videos

    Recent News Stories

    ‘Meet in the middle’ brings love together

    08.11.2016 | Story by Staff Sgt. Shawn Nickel
    After four months of not standing on American soil together, Staff Sgt. John Dunlap finally joined hands with his wife and kissed his 6-month-old baby daughter at the international airport in Fairbanks, Alaska. Being absent from the lives of his family, the two weeks of long work days during RED FLAG-Alaska 16-3 would be nothing compared to the joy of holding his only child and wife during off time. Dunlap, a 35th Aircraft Maintenance...

    Managing the fleet during RF-A 16-3

    As jets take off and people disperse from their spots on the flightline, one tends to wonder how they get to and from each place. Do they walk everywhere? Or do they borrow a car? If you guessed borrowing a car, you might have won a million dollars on “Who Wants to be a Millionaire,” but in the Air Force, borrowing a car takes place with the 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle management fleet. Senior Airman Shawn Sharkey, a...

    Army, AF integrate first ever space aggressor...

    08.09.2016 | Story by Staff Sgt. Shawn Nickel
    Finding a camouflaged enemy to “find, fix and finish,” can be difficult even in the best conditions. Add in the element of 14,000-foot peaks, dense vegetation and a 67,000 square-mile battlefield and takes a trained warrior to pick out the needle in this haystack. With no GPS to guide a fighter pilot, finding the enemy or even the way home, makes locating that needle near impossible. The first-ever Army Space Aggressor soldier...

    RF-A 16-3 brings nations, joint training together

    08.05.2016 | Story by Staff Sgt. Shawn Nickel
    RED FLAG-Alaska 16-3, a Pacific Air Forces-sponsored, Joint National Training Capability accredited exercise, officially started Aug. 4 with familiarization day, followed by 10 days of simulated combat sorties. Originally operated under the name COPE THUNDER, the exercise moved to Eielson in 1992 from Clark Air Base, Philippines, after the eruption of Mount Pinatubo on June 15, 1991. The exercise was re-designated RED FLAG-Alaska in 2006.

    Recent Audio