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JBER Soldiers conquer the HimalayasJBER Soldiers  ...
JBER Soldiers conquer the Himalayas

A class of international service members attending the Nepal Army High Altitude and Mountain Warfare School stand at the summit Sept. 13 at Thorong Peak in the Himalayan Mountain Range in Nepal. Students gathered from countries all around the world for the seven-week course based out of Jomsom, Nepal. A group of four U.S. service members were joined by service members from India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Thailand, China, the United Kingdom, Canada, Republic of Korea, and Nepal for the rigorous mountaineering and high altitude training. (Courtesy photo by Canadian Army Master Cpl. Bradley Turk)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Soldiers train for chemical operationsSoldiers train  ...
Soldiers train for chemical operations

A soldier assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 59th Signal Battalion, checks the seal on his protective mask during Nuclear Biological Chemical training on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Thursday, 2014. The training culminated with masked Soldiers entering a sealed chamber filled with CS, then removing their protective gear to promote confidence in their equipment. CS, technically known as 0 chlorobenzalmalononitrile, is a solid white powder mixed with a dispersal agent and commonly referred to as tear gas. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Brigade bids farewell to the 425th BSTB, welcomes engineer unitBrigade bids  ...
Brigade bids farewell to the 425th BSTB, welcomes engineer unit

The original commander of the 425th Brigade Special Troops Battalion (Airborne), 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, Col. Tom Roth (black beret), who is now with U.S. Army Alaska, and the last commander of the 425th, Lt. Col. Kevin Perera, roll up the battalion’s colors to case them, formally inactivating the battalion during the unit’s inactivation ceremony Oct. 17, 2014 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. The 6th Brigade Engineer Battalion (Airborne) will assume the duties of the inactivated Warrior Battalion for the Spartan Brigade. The 6th BEB brings increased engineer command structure and presence while maintaining the readiness provided by the outgoing 425th. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeffrey Smith)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Breast cancer can affect anyone; be proactive with examsBreast cancer  ...
Breast cancer can affect anyone; be proactive with exams

Air Force Staff Sgt. Cecilia de la Rosa looks at mammogram X-rays to make sure the images are of diagnostic quality at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson hospital Oct. 10. The American Cancer Society, a nationwide health organization, encourages women ages 20 and older to conduct breast self-examinations monthly. Breast examinations and screenings by a doctor are also recommended annually. De la Rosa is assigned to the 673d Medical Surgical Squadron digital imaging flight as the noncommissioned officer-in-charge. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Sheila deVera)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Breast cancer can affect anyone; be proactive with examsBreast cancer  ...
Breast cancer can affect anyone; be proactive with exams

Senior Airman Elisabeth Stone compresses a male patient’s breast tissue during a baseline screening mammogram at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Oct. 20. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of screening and early detection of breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, men can also get breast cancer at any age, though the incidemce is much lower than in women. Stone is assigned to the 673d Medical Surgical Squadron as a mammography technician. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Sheila deVera)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Temporary job became a nearly three-decade Temporary job  ...
Temporary job became a nearly three-decade

Ramona Moore, a civilian Department of the Air Force budget analyst, poses at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Oct. 15 with a timeline of major news events spanning her 57-year civil service with the Department of Defense. Moore began her government career as a temporary supply clerk on Elmendorf Air Force Base in 1957 before transitioning into accounting and finance. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Radar site techs: First line of defense 24/7, 365Radar site  ...
Radar site techs: First line of defense 24/7, 365

The view from “upper camp” at Tin City Long Range Radar Site, Alaska, looking down the hill towards the housing quarters of “lower camp” October 1, 2014. Upper camp is the site of the Long-Range Air Surveillance Radar System at Tin City LRRS housed inside a geodesic dome resembling a golf ball. The Tin City LRRS, along with 14 additional radar sites across the rugged terrain of Alaska, scan the airspace above 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year, searching for potential threats. Together with the men and women of the Pacific Air Forces Regional Support Center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, this team makes up the unsung heroes that protect our nation’s northern and western borders. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Anastasia Wasem)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Radar site techs: First line of defense 24/7, 365Radar site  ...
Radar site techs: First line of defense 24/7, 365

U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Russ Handy, 11th Air Force commander, learns about the Long-Range Air Surveillance Radar System at Tin City Long Range Radar Site, Alaska, October 1, 2014 housed inside a geodesic dome resembling a golf ball. The Tin City LRRS, along with 14 additional radar sites across the rugged terrain of Alaska, scan the airspace above 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year, searching for potential threats. Together with the men and women of the Pacific Air Forces Regional Support Center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, this team makes up the unsung heroes that protect our nation’s northern and western borders. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Anastasia Wasem)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Radar site techs: First line of defense 24/7, 365Radar site  ...
Radar site techs: First line of defense 24/7, 365

Looking out the window of a U.S. Air Force C-12 at Tin City Long Range Radar Site, Alaska, October 1, 2014. The radar sits on top of the highest peak with the living quarters for the team working at the site and the gravel airstrip below. The Tin City LRRS, along with 14 additional radar sites across the rugged terrain of Alaska, scan the airspace above 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year, searching for potential threats. Together with the men and women of the Pacific Air Forces Regional Support Center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, this team makes up the unsung heroes that protect our nation’s northern and western borders. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Anastasia Wasem)
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Arctic Warrior of the Week - October 22, 2014Arctic Warrior  ...
Arctic Warrior of the Week - October 22, 2014

A1C Anthony J. Bennett from 773 CES was selected as the Arctic Warrior of the Week.
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Posted: 10/23/2014

Arctic Warrior of the Week - October 15, 2014Arctic Warrior  ...
Arctic Warrior of the Week - October 15, 2014

A1C Emma E. Stiles from 773 LRS was selected as the Arctic Warrior of the Week.
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Posted: 10/23/2014

The power stays on in our buildings with the help of the interior electrical shopThe power stays  ...
The power stays on in our buildings with the help of the interior electrical shop

Preston Murfin and Raymond Clarke prepare to change high-intensity discharge lights in Hangar 3 on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Oct. 21, 2014. They operate a 120-foot boom lift to change the lights in an easy and safe manner. Murfin and Clarke are electrical engineers from the 773d Civil Engineer Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tammie Ramsouer)
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Posted: 10/22/2014

    

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