How can I verify that someone who posted an online ad is actually real?Scam artists have been using names of service members in sales scams. Here are a couple of articles talking about the topic:
To report the possible scam, you can contact the website where you found the ad and let their staff know about it.
I heard that I can hike, bike, hunt, and fish on JBER lands, is that true?iSportsman is an automated system designed to help you find out how you can recreate on JBER training lands. For more information on recreating on JBER, please call 552-WILD (9453).
I used to be stationed at Fort Richardson or Elmendorf AFB, how can I visit?Veterans, spouses, dependents, and friends who do not have Department of Defense ID cards, must visit during JBER's planned tours, due to mission requirements.
All visitors must have a valid DOD ID or be sponsored onto JBER by a valid DOD ID card holder.
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson offers tours the second Wednesday of each month, at 1:30 p.m.* Tours will take you to different parts of the installation, to include both Elmendorf and Richardson sides.
Space is limited. Please reserve your seat as soon as possible, at least 10 days before the scheduled tour date. If interested in visiting JBER, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 907-552-8970 or 907-552-8110.
Scheduled 2015 Tour Dates:
May 6 (1st Wednesday) June 10
July 8 Aug. 12
Sept. 9 Oct.14
Nov. 4 (1st Wednesday) Dec. 9
*Schedule subject to change, due to mission requirements.
Why are campaign calls showing up on my caller ID as calls coming from JBER?Calls from JBER begin with 384, 428, 551, 552, and 580.
If the prefix of the phone number begins with another number, it did not actually come from JBER.
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