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Northern Edge 2011

NORTHERN EDGE 2011 is a joint training exercise scheduled for June 13-24, 2011. It is Alaska's premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures, and enhance interoperability among the services. Over 6,000 participants from all the services, Airman, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen from active duty, reserve and national guard units are involved.
 

Participants will sharpen their skills by practicing operations, techniques, and procedures. This improves Command, Control and Communication relationships, and develops interoperable plans and programs. NE11 provides the opportunity to hone current and test future applications of combat operations and weapon capabilities. This joint training event provides effective, flexible and capabilities-centered joint forces ready for deployment worldwide and enables real world proficiency in detection and tracking of units at sea, in the air and on land, and response to multiple crises. For questions please call the Alaskan Command Public Affairs office at (907) 552-2341.

Alaskan command is grateful to the citizens of the state of Alaska for their support as we use our expansive training ranges to conduct these critical joint training operations.

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Army chief of staff visits Alaska
Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Raymond T. Odierno underscored Alaska's importance as one of the Army's premiere training locations during a Jan. 20 visit to U.S. Army Alaska headquarters here.

Alaska National Guardsmen save 104                                       lives in 2011
Alaska National Guardsmen saved 79 lives here in Alaska and 25 while deployed to Afghanistan for a total of 104 saves in 2011 during another busy year for the Alaska National Guard.

Cruisin' the Gulf of Alaska during Northern Edge
Several ships from the Navy and Coast Guard cruised to Alaska to participate in the two week exercise Northern Edge.
 
Joint aviators 'fight' in Alaskan skies
Training for combat comes in many shapes and forms, but for aviators military wide it comes in the form of Northern Edge.
 
Alaska offers unique training environment
Exercise Northern Edge offers a unique training opportunity for members of all branches of the military - active duty, Reserve and Guard - on land, in the air and out to sea.
   
Military aviators break service barriers
Naval pilots begin training at Pensacola, Fla., and then branch off for individual service training. For two weeks every two years, many of them once again join forces for Exercise Northern Edge.
 
 
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