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  • Royal Australian Air Force and 18th Aggressor Squadron pilots continue enhancing interoperability in Exercise Diamond Shield 2017

    Pilots from the U.S. Air Force 18th Aggressor Squadron, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, and from Royal Australian Air Force 3 Squadron and the Air Warfare Centre Instructors Course, RAAF Base Williamtown, have already logged numerous hours of flight time during Exercise Diamond Shield 2017 in New South Wales, Australia.
  • Fighting fire with Eielson fire

    Wildfires are frequent in the Interior of Alaska. With thousands of acres of land to cover and minimal manning, firefighting can be a tiresome task. Although there is a lot of land to cover, the 354th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters are prepared to drop everything when they hear the siren screeching through their building. They know it’s time to spring into action and lend a helping hand to the community.
  • Under the Australian sky

    The U.S. Air Force 18th Aggressor Squadron F-16 Fighting Falcons sit on the tarmac at Royal Australian Air Force Base Williamtown, in New South Wales, Australia, March 19, 2017, during exercise Diamond Shield.
  • 18th Aggressor pilots take to the Australian air for Exercise Diamond Shield

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, have touched down at Royal Australian Air Force Base Williamtown, in New South Wales, Australia, for Exercise Diamond Shield 2017.
  • CSAF Statement on Wingman Conduct

    People are the foundation of our Air Force. Our mutual support for each other is based on dignity, respect and trust ... a Wingman culture. As Wingmen we must continuously demonstrate courage and strength of character to do and say the right things, at the right times, to protect each other ... there is no other acceptable option.
  • Air Force surgeon general visits 354th MDG

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger, the Air Force surgeon general, Kathleen Lelevier, the 354th Medical Group bioenvironmental water program manager, and Chief Master Sgt. Edward Pace, the Medical Enlisted Forces chief, pose for a photo, March 10, 2017 at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Ediger recognized Lelevier for her commitment to improving
  • Eielson DFAC nominated for Hennessy Award

    Every year, Dining Facilities around the Air Force work around the clock to ensure they meet the culinary needs of their Airmen and civilian personnel, which in-turn ensures they meet the requirements to be nominated for the Air Force Hennessy Award. John Lawrence Hennessy was appointed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as chairman of the War Food Committee to develop food service systems capable of sustaining millions of military personnel. At the time of his death, he was working to have a food service competition which would inspire better management and command support of food service.
  • 354th FW assets deploy to support COPE NORTH 2017

    Multiple U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft assigned to the 18th Aggressor Squadron took off Feb. 12 to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam in support of exercise COPE NORTH 2017. The group of jets along with more than 120 maintainers from the 354th Maintenance Group, and pilots from the 18th AGRS and 353rd Combat Training Squadron, will lend their support by being the “Best bad guys in the world.”
  • Cross-stitching connections

    The Last Frontier offers beautiful scenery, unique outdoor adventures and a blend of diverse cultures. Although Alaska presents many opportunities, its remote location proves to be difficult for military members with family who are far away.
  • PACAF commander visits Eielson

    Gen. Terrence O’Shaughnessy, the Pacific Air Forces commander, and his command team, made their initial visit to Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Feb. 8-9. During his visit, Gen. O’Shaughnessy learned about the 354th Fighter Wing mission, with emphasis on the future beddown of two squadrons of F-35A Lightning IIs. Additionally, he toured Eielson’s Central Heat and Power Plant and visited with and thanked Airmen around the base. Beyond the gates of Eielson, O’Shaughnessy took time to visit Fort Greely and Clear Air Force Station.