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Rural Woman in Labor Assisted by Multiple Agencies

In a multiple agency effort, a Nulato woman experiencing early labor symptoms was transported to Anchorage for emergency care, despite bad weather, aircraft issues, and the rural location of the village.

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Army Guardsman Mauled by Bear in JBER Exercise

An Alaska Army National Guardsman is in stable condition after being mauled by a brown bear sow during a Sunday morning exercise on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

Guardsman s Heroism in Afghanistan Garners Silver Star

Guardsman's Heroism in Afghanistan Garners Silver Star

Nearly four years after saving the lives of four comrades pinned down by gunfire in Afghanistan, an Alaska Air National Guard pararescueman received the nation's third-highest decoration for valor in recognition of his selfless acts.

Anchorage Veteran Says He Waited Over a Year for Care

Anchorage Veteran Says He Waited Over a Year for Care

James Rhodes says the story behind his physical challenges began 24 years ago, when he worked in the Air Force as a refueling specialist.

New JBER Commander Eager to Get To Work

New JBER Commander Eager to Get To Work

Anchorage's Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson received a new commander Wednesday, with Air Force Col. Brian Bruckbauer taking the reins of the 673d Air Base Wing from Col. Brian Duffy in a change-of-command ceremony.

Proposed U.S. Army Alaska 2020 Cuts Go Deep

The U.S. Army has laid out its worst-case scenario for cutting back its forces globally and in Alaska by the year 2020.

Army Numbers to Shrink, but Not at Fort Wainwright

Man Accused of Shooting Fireworks at Army Helicopters

An Alaska man accused of shooting fireworks and shining a spotlight at Army helicopters flying low over his house on night flights has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge.

Allied Air Forces Meet in Mock Battle at Red Flag-Alaska

Allied Air Forces Meet in Mock Battle at Red Flag-Alaska

Crews from several of the world's air forces are take to Alaska's skies this week in the annual Red Flag-Alaska exercises. Participants say the state's vast airspace gives them a unique peacetime opportunity to prepare for war.

More Debris Found in 60-Year-Old Colony Glacier Plane Crash

Military Identifies 17 Killed in 1952 Alaska Crash

The remains of about a third of the 52 U.S. service members who died in a crash outside Anchorage in 1952 have been identified.

Army Numbers to Shrink, but Not at Fort Wainwright

Fairbanks-Based Stryker Brigade Getting New Commander

The largest unit at Fort Wainwright is getting a new commander.

Alaska NORAD Shares Santa Tracking Secrets

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Alaska NORAD Shares Santa Tracking Secrets

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