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  • DETACHMENT 1, 66TH TRAINING SQUADRON

    Detachment 1, 66th Training Squadron, conducts Arctic Survival Training at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. The course is five days in duration with instruction in familiarization with the arctic environment, medical, personal protection (clothing, shelter construction, and firecraft), sustenance (food and water procurement), and signaling. There
  • Local Area Services

    Base Shuttle:  No base shuttle services are available on Eielson AFB. Eielson AFB Billeting:  http://www.dodlodging.net/VT_EIELSON.htmTravel to/from Fairbanks Airport:  Commercially operated taxi or shuttle services are the only available options. Taxi services to and from Fairbanks can cost as much as $100 or more.
  • PAX Terminal Services

    Passenger Amenities: No vending machines or food services options available. A family room with TV, movies and games are available.Travel Tips: 1. Plan your trip, be flexible, be patient and be ready for unexpected expenses, (i.e., hotels, meals, taxis, commercial air fare).2. If possible, travel at off-peak Space A travel periods (i.e., summer
  • Travel to/from Fairbanks Airport

    Commercially operated taxi or shuttle services are the only available options. Taxi services to and from Fairbanks can cost as much as $100 or more.
  • Travel Tips

    1. Plan your trip, be flexible, be patient and be ready for unexpected expenses, (i.e., hotels, meals, taxis, commercial air fare).2. If possible, travel at off-peak Space A travel periods (i.e., summer months after school is dismissed and holiday periods). Historically, Feb-Apr and Sep-Oct are low travel periods.3. When traveling on C-12 aircraft
  • Passenger Amenities

    Passenger Amenities: No vending machines or food services.  A family room with TV, movies and games are available.
  • 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron

    The 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron provides supplies, fuels, cryogenics, equipment, and vehicle resources for the 354th Fighter Wing's F-16 aircraft, and the 168th Air Refueling Wing's KC-135 aircraft. The squadron ensures the capability to mobilize, provide operational sustainment, and receive cargo and personnel in support of the base wartime
  • 354th Force Support Squadron

    This diverse squadron of more than 450 assigned military, APF and NAF civilians, and contract personnel provides manpower, personnel services, and programs to enhance morale, quality of life, personnel readiness, family support, and education and training for the Eielson AFB community. The squadron operates and manages recreational activities
  • 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 a three-flight concept: operations flight, resources and training flight, and administration and reports flight. The Operations Flight provides law enforcement and security services to Eielson Air Force
  • 353rd Combat Training Squadron

    The 353d Combat Training Squadron has a long and distinguished history that encompasses several units. Originally organized on 12 Nov 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA and trained in aerial combat at Tonopah AAF, NV. The unit saw service with the 9th AF in Europe during W.W.II. After the War the unit remained in Germany as part of the occupational forces
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