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  • 354th Security Forces Squadron

    The 354th Security Forces Squadron is an extremely versatile unit with several important missions.  Its members are assigned and organized under five S-Functions: S-1 Administration, S-2 Investigations and Intelligence, S-3 Operations, S-4 Logistics and Resources, and S-5 Plans and Programs. Collectively, the unit provides law enforcement and
  • 356th Fighter Squadron

    The 356th Fighter Squadron is the first United States Air Force F-35A squadron stationed in the Indo-Pacific theater of operations. Assigned to the Pacific Air Forces, it is a combat-coded fighter squadron capable of world-wide deployment in support of combatant commander objectives.
  • Air Force Office of Special Investigations

    AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONSDETACHMENT 632AFOSI Det 632 is a tenant unit on Eielson AFB and reports directly to the 6th Field Investigations Region based at HQ PACAF at Hickam AFB, Hawaii. AFOSI has been the Air Force's major investigative service since Aug.1, 1948 and reports directly to the Inspector General, Office of the Secretary
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  • Detachment 460

    MISSION STATEMENT The mission of Detachment 460 is to monitor and record natural and man-made seismic disturbances in the earth in conjunction with the Air Force Technical Applications Center’s nuclear treaty monitoring mission.  BACKGROUND The Air Force Technical Applications Center’s Detachment 460, located at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska,
  • Natural Resources Office

    Your guide to enjoying the Alaskan Outdoors.The Natural Resources Office, Building 2215, is the nerve center of the base conservation education program. The entrance to the facility parking area is located across from the intersection of Manchu Trail and Central Avenue. Displayed are aerial photographs of base and geologic survey maps of the
  • Youth Activities

    Youth CenterThe Youth Center is conveniently located in Building 714, next door to Crawford Elementary School, and across the street from Ben Eielson Junior and Senior High School. Its programs provide a wide variety of constructive leisure-time activities for youths, ages 9 to 18. The center offers many athletic activities including soccer,
  • Public School Information

    Local School SystemSchools at Eielson are operated and maintained by the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District. They offer a complete program covering kindergarten through 12th grade. Altogether, the district has approximately 16,948 students enrolled in 42 schools.All students living on Eielson attend on-base schools. Kindergarten through
  • Child Care Options

    Child Development Center The Child Development Center is a modern facility located in Building 2449. Recognized as the "Best in PA CAF" in 1995 and 1997, the center is a nationally accredited early childhood program which offers developmentally appropriate child care and preschool (Sept-May). The program provides a diverse and rewarding