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  • Local Sexual Assault Prevention and Response sources

    Providing first-class care to a victim, regardless of where he or she is located, constitutes the core of the Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program. In order to provide consistent levels of care to victims, local personnel, known as Sexual Assault Response Coordinators and Victim Advocates (VAs) respond to assaults,
  • Children and firearms: learn safety precautions

    All children are potentially at risk of unintentional firearm injury. However, knowing how and why injuries occur, and taking action, can substantially reduce that risk. Nearly all childhood unintentional shooting deaths occur in or around the home. Half occur in the home of the victim, and nearly 40 percent occur at a friend or relative's
  • Eielson celebrates Month of the Military Child

    They never raised their right hands and pledged to defend their nation, but they still make sacrifices for their country. The contributions of military children will be celebrated across the Defense Department as April is designated as Month of the Military Child, and the spirit of the event will be felt by military families, including members at
  • Eielson celebrates Month of the Military Child

    They never raised their right hands and pledged to defend their nation, but they still make sacrifices for their country. The contributions of military children will be celebrated across the Defense Department as April is designated as Month of the Military Child, and the spirit of the event will be felt by military families, including members at
  • 11th Air Force command chief shares wisdom

    Editor's note: The following is a question and answer session with Chief Master Sgt. Robert Moore, 11th Air Force's top enlisted Airman. Arctic Sentry: What are the top three issues Alaska's airmen should be concerned with today? Chief Moore: First and foremost, do what you do best--the mission. We are the most technically advanced and
  • Brig. Gen. Tony Hart to assume command of Alaska Air National Guard

    The more than 2,200 Alaska Air National Guard members across the state have a new commander to help train, equip and organize them for duty. Brig. Gen. Tony Hart will step in as the new leader of the Alaska Air National Guard in an assumption of command ceremony April 5 at the Alaska National Guard Armory. Hart takes over for Brig. Gen. Timothy
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