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Default Air Force Logo Planning critical to Red Flag-Alaska success
Coalition and U.S. forces are in need of a realistic training environment for their pilots, aircrews and support personnel and Red Flag-Alaska provides some of the most realistic training on earth. Coordinating this training is the responsibility of the 353rd Combat Training Squadron personnel, who plan and prepare each Red Flag-Alaska exercise.
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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- The 354th Fighter Wing 2006 First Sergeant of the Year is Master Sgt James Biggerstaff.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Christopher Griffin) Eielson recognizes 2006's best of the best
The 354th Fighter Wing recognized 2006's best of the best during its annual awards ceremony Feb. 2 at the Westmark Hotel in Fairbanks. The 2006 annual award winners are: Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman, 354th Maintenance Squadron, Airman category; Tech. Sgt. Raymond Jock, 354th MXS, NCO category; Master Sgt. Chuck Jenkins, 354th MXS, Senior NCO
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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- An F-16D Fighting Falcon aircraft from the 18th Fighter Squadron takes off from the flightline here for a training mission on Feb.8. The 18th Fighter Squadron conducts air operations for combat-ready F-16 aircraft and provides close air support, forward air control (airborne), battlefield air interdiction, and offensive counter air.
(U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt Joshua Strang) Arctic Falcons

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- Senior Airman Amanda Debkowski, 354th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, watches on as F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft approach the End of Runway crew here on Feb. 8. The crew is responsible for arming all weapons and making sure the aircraft is ready for flight. The F-16 is assigned to the 18th Fighter Squadron. The 18th Fighter Squadron conducts air operations for combat-ready F-16 aircraft and provides close air support, forward air control (airborne), battlefield air interdiction, and offensive counter air.
(U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt Joshua Strang) Armed and Ready

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- Airman Ken Chung, 354th Communications Squadron, pitches an envelope into a squadron mail box on Feb. 06. The base Mail Room on a daily basis will pick up, deliver and process over 500 pieces of mail. The mail is then "pitched", sorted, and proper postage is applied to all official mail.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jonathan Snyder) Mail Call

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Senior Airman Jonathan Cansdale, Airmen Committed to Excellence president, speaks to Airmen E-1s through E-4s about upcoming fundraisers, activities and volunteer work Feb. 1 at the dining facility. A.C.E. is a private, non-profit organization that voices the opinions of Airmen to the command chief to let him know what interests or concerns the lowest tier of Airmen have. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nora Anton) New organization designed for Airmen
A new association now gives Airmen a chance to voice their opinions and be at the forefront of change: Airmen Committed to Excellence. A.C.E. is private, non-profit organization reserved for the Airman tier (E-1 through E-4) and is in many ways like the Top 3 and Eielson 56 organizations; it is the only private organization that gives Eielson's
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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA--Investigator Christopher Stone, 354th Security Forces Squadron investigator, weighs a pill bottle containing marijuana. The bottle was recovered on Eielson AFB and catalogued as evidence Feb. 2 at the 354th SFS complex. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anthony Nelson) Eielson law enforcement reaches out to BEHS students
Investigators from the 354th Security Forces Squadron took a detour from regular day-to-day operations to demonstrate to local high school students the intricacies of forensic science Jan. 30 at the Ben Eielson Junior/Senior Highschool. The students of Ben Eielson Junior/Senior High School received an abridged forensics lesson about theories such
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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Eielson Chiefs compete in a heated dodgeball match against the Eielson commanders on base at the fitness center Jan. 26. More than 400 Airmen and their families attended the X-Treme Winter Challenge hosted by the 354th Services Squadron and BASE 24/7. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Rachel Walters)                        Icemen battle for first place at X-Treme Challenge
The ball went whizzing past his head and another one just narrowly missed hitting his left leg. He dove to the ground to avoid the next onslaught of oversized red rubber balls, but his right leg wasn't quick enough and it took the full force of the hit, knocking him out of the game. This was the scene as more than 20 teams vied for supremacy in
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Default Air Force Logo Leadership symposium provides insight to senior leaders, spouses
The Air Force of today is more efficient, imposing and effective than at any other time in the nation's history. A significant contributor to that fact is the support of dedicated family members who sacrifice every day so the mission can continue smoothly. But Air Force spouses often have the limited purview of only their military member's working
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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- 354 Civil Engineer Squadron's Airman First Class Catlin Goodrich breaks away frozen ice in front of his Dormitory on Jan 30. A1C Goodrich is on Bay Orderly this week which consists of keeping the inside and outside of the dormitory in clean and working order. During the winter a lot of the time is spent shoveling snow to make safer paths to walk on. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Christopher Griffin) Ice Breaker

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