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USAF takes next step toward bringing F-35's to Alaska

The U.S. Air Force will soon hold public meetings in Alaska's interior to begin the formal process of stationing F-35's at Eielson Air Force Base.

Military Cuts

Army officials visit Anchorage as it mulls JBER cuts

An Army delegation spent Monday in Anchorage, meeting with city leaders and residents who are trying to convince the Army not to make cuts to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

Air Force Names Eielson Preferred Base for F-35 Stealth Jets

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Budget proposal includes Eielson F-35 simulators

A request for $37 million for construction of an F-35 flight simulator facility at Eielson Air Force Base is included in President Obama's proposed budget.

Retired Army colonel named Alaska's new adjutant general

Retired Army colonel named Alaska's new adjutant general

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker named Alaska’s new adjutant general and deputy commissioner for the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Friday, in hopes they would “take the reins, turn the page of the Alaska National Guard.”

793rd Military Police Battalion Return to JBER from Afghanistan

JBER ceremony to welcome home 160 Alaska soldiers

About 160 soldiers will be officially welcomed home to Alaska Tuesday from Afghanistan.

Little Diomede Village

Guard steps in during power outage in remote island village

When a generator went out on the remote island of Little Diomede, the National Guard stepped in to deliver help.

Anchorage families hail JBER soldiers' return from Afghanistan

Anchorage families hail JBER soldiers' return from Afghanistan

After several months overseas, hundreds of Alaska-based soldiers returned home to a hero’s welcome Tuesday night.

Army Numbers to Shrink, but Not at Fort Wainwright

Fairbanks-based soldier pleads guilty to son's murder, wife's rape

A Fort Wainwright soldier has been found guilty in a Washington court-martial of fatally stabbing his son in April and raping his wife, after entering guilty pleas to numerous charges in the case.

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Guard members sue federal government for privacy breach

Four Alaska National Guard members have sued the U.S. Army, saying their privacy was violated when classified military documents were leaked. They are now on the hunt for the sources of the leaks.

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Military recruiters return to Mat-Su, but not Anchorage schools

School districts in Anchorage and the Mat-Su Borough have taken diverging courses on whether to allow the return of military recruiters to their campuses, after meetings with recruiters held by their superintendents this week.

Change of command Alaska National Guard

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