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   April 28th - 30th


JBER Road Condition: GREEN


JBER Road Conditions are GREEN: Motorcycles may only be operated during GREEN status on the installation. Motorists are reminded to use caution as there is still gravel on some roads and others may be slick during morning/late evening times, both on and off the installation. You will need to complete the Basic Rider Course before riding on JBER, check with your Unit Motorcycle Monitor for more information.

Motorists are also reminded to check for road condition updates, as weather conditions can still vary.

Please review Installation Commander's letter concerning riding of motorcycles on JBER.





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Renew your iSportsman permit


   If you plan to recreate on JBER in the new year...2016 iSportsman permits expired Dec. 31.

The iSportsman registration process is required for Everyone. Military, military retirees, DoD affiliated civilians, and the public choosing to recreate on JBER must obtain an iSportsman permit and then sign in/out using this iSportsman system prior to recreating, with the exception of MWR sponsored facilities.  Recreation on military lands is subject to availability and dependent on military security/training requirements. When signing into iSportsman, closed or restricted access areas will not show up as an option for recreational activities. Be aware that an installation pass is still required and that trespassing or permit violations may result in revocation of recreational privileges or more serious actions.

               JBER iSportsman program


Alaska Marine Highway System Travel Notice
Policies regarding use of the Alaska Marine Highway System for official PCS travel have changed.

1. Military members are waived from paying for tickets on the AMHS at the time of booking for official PCS travel only. For all non-official personal travel, members must pay for the AMHS tickets at the time they make their reservations.

2. To secure reservations for PCS related travel, members must call the AMHS Juneau Reservations Central Office at 1-800-642-0066.

3. AMHS will hold the reservation until 60 days prior to the scheduled travel. By this point, members must pay for the tickets or make other arrangements with AHMS or the reservation will be cancelled.

4. When making reservations military members will be required to provide name and phone number of their First Sergeant, Company Commander, Executive Officer, or other senior leader who can verify their military status and pending PCS assignment.

5. Should military members choose to utilize SATO to obtain travel
arrangements after receiving PCS orders they must provide SATO their unpaid AMHS itinerary number to avoid duplicative reservations.

For any questions please contact our JBER Travel Centers at:

(JBER-E) 552-1793, 552-1797 or (JBER-R) 384-1813, 384-1814.

Review the following link for more information.

Alaska Marine Highway System
How to report potholes on JBER:
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Arctic Warriors,

As we head into the winter months, I would like to re-emphasize the importance of signing up or updating your JBER AtHoc account.

AtHoc is a networked crisis communication platform that enables us to provide emergency and pertinent installation information through numerous devices.

Base personnel can update their information by using the AtHoc Interactive Warning System-Alerts self service module; right click on the purple globe icon at bottom of the screen and select "Access Self Service" and update accordingly.

For the daily user, with the exception of the desktop alerts, users will only be notified on their personal phone lines for actual emergency situations such as, but not limited to, severe weather events, evacuation
orders, specialized recalls and alerts.

Please see attached for more information and how-to guide. If you are experiencing issues or have any questions, then call 552-3000.

AtHoc Instructions
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