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Primary Function: Air dominance, multi-role fighter Length: 62.08 feet Height: 16.67 feet Wingspan: 44.5 feet Wing Area: 840 square feet Weight: 43, 340 Speed: Mach 2 Range: More than 1,850 Crew: One Built by: Lockheed-Martin, Boeing...
Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Wednesday that she is in favor of repealing the Don't Ask, Don't Tell law. The announcement comes as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced a procedural vote on the law. The vote to open the issue for debate was seen as...
The Air Force has identified the four men killed in Wednesday's C-17 crash. Majors Michael Freyholtz and Aaron Malone, Capt. Jeffrey Hill and Master Sgt. Thomas Cicardo were killed when the plane went down while practicing for this weekend's air show...
Two events were held in Anchorage Saturday to celebrate Armed Forces Day, with hundreds of people coming together to hail the end of one project and the start of another. Both the ribbon-cutting celebration for Tags: Anchorage, Hospitals and Clinics, Veterans Affairs, Armed Forces, HealthApr 20, 2010 |Story| KTUUNBC NewsA new report says that American childhood obesity is threatening national security. A group of retired generals and admirals presented the report Tuesday in Washington, D.C. The headline: nearly one-third of Americans between the ages of 17 and 24 are...Jul 2, 2010 |Story| KTUUA nationwide retailer is showing support for deployed troops this Independence Day weekend. Old Navy stores across the country are joining Operation Care and Comfort by holding donation drives for basic items. After the items are collected, they will...
Tags: Charity, Armed Forces, Social Issues, AlaskaMay 24, 2010 |Story| KTUUThe Army is investigating the death of a soldier, whose body was discovered in his barracks room by a roommate. The soldier's body was found Sunday. Officials say the cause of death is unknown, and that the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is...
Tags: Armed Forces, Alaska, U.S. ArmyJun 24, 2010 |Story| KTUUMore than 1,000 airmen are at Alaska's Elmendorf and Eielson Air Force Bases for this month's Red Flag Alaska, an international training exercise. The training unites forces from all over the world. Airmen from Japan, South Korea, Belgium and Romania...
Tags: Belgium, U.S. Air Force, South Korea, Armed Forces, AlaskaFeb 26, 2010 |Story| KTUUStaff WriterBlack troops serving in World War II fought not only a war overseas, but also one here at home. It was a time when segregation blocked equality, but it didn't stop these soldiers from playing an important role. Ollen Hunt, 86, remembers by heart the...Apr 28, 2010 |Story| KTUUWater at Fort Richardson and Elmendorf Air Force Base is unsafe to drink because of elevated levels of fluoride, according to the Air Force 3rd Wing Public Affairs Office. Officials have directed residents and visitors at both installations not to drink...Apr 21, 2010 |Story| KTUUSix Alaska veterans were finally put to rest at the Fort Richardson National Cemetery Wednesday. An organization called the Missing in America Project has been collecting the unclaimed cremated remains of veterans that have been left in funeral homes --...Apr 29, 2010 |Story| KTUUOfficials on Fort Richardson and Elmendorf Air Force Base have determined the water on both installations is safe for consumption, according to an Army press release. Early Wednesday morning employees at the Doyon Utilities Water Treatment plant on Fort...Original site for Defense topic gallery.
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