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    Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Public Affairs      

    Elmendorf-Richardson, AK, US  

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    Aerial Survey of JBER

    Aerial Survey of JBER

    06.26.2019 | Photo by Justin Connaher
    An HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter crew assigned to the 210th Rescue Squadron conduct a low-altitude aerial survey of buildings around the Joint Base...

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    Pacific senior enlisted leaders meet for historic...

    06.12.2019 | Story by Staff Sgt. Curt Beach
    Red Flag-Alaska 19-2—a Pacific Air Forces-directed exercise that allows U.S. forces to train with coalition partners in a simulated combat environment—is underway at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson through June 22. In addition to the U.S., Airmen from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, Republic of Korea Air Force and Royal Thai Air Force are all working alongside one another, building relationships, fostering communication, and sharing...

    JBER team wins Best Large Exchange 2019...

    06.03.2019 | Story by Senior Airman Crystal Jenkins
    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – The Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Exchange team celebrated a huge win May 7, 2019, when they were selected Best Large Exchange Program worldwide at the 2019 Main Store Managers/General Managers conference, in Frisco, Texas.

    673d SFS hosts Defender Family Day

    05.23.2019 | Story by Senior Airman Crystal Jenkins
    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – In commemoration of National Police Week, the 673d Security Forces Squadron held a unique Defender Family Day event May 16, 2019, centered around what a day in the life of a defender typically looks like at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.

    Through it all: One Tyndall AFB family’s story

    04.09.2019 | Story by Airman 1st Class Crystal Jenkins
    “The Air Force is telling me, ‘Stay away, don’t come back,’” said U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jordan Masingale. “We just kept thinking, why? It’s not going to be that bad. Why are we evacuating? It’s only supposed to be a Category 2 storm.” Within 48 hours of the mandatory evacuation of Tyndall Air Force Base, Hurricane Michael made landfall on Oct. 10, as a high-end Category 4 storm affecting the Florida panhandle region.