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  • Snowmachining on base--privilege, not right

    Well, it's that time of year again--time to pull that dusty, dirty snowmachine out from under the blue tarp and get it ready to float over the fresh powdery snow. Before turning the key or pulling the starting rope, remember riding snowmachines on base is a privilege, not a right. BASE RULES Base riders must carry a valid competency certificate
  • Dorm excellence competition winners announced

    Eielson's nine dormitories were evaluated during a dormitory excellence competition Dec. 20 and 21 with prizes and money awarded to the winners-$3,000 for first place, $2,000 for second place and $1,000 for third place. The purpose of the dorm competition is assessing squadron pride and readiness, overall cleanliness of the dorms themselves, to
  • Icemen compete Grizzlies in Commander’s Cup hockey

    Under the leadership of the Fairbanks Hockey Hall of Fame, squads from Eielson and Fort Wainwright are joining other Fairbanks hockey organizations to celebrate the town's favorite sport. What began in 2006 as Hockey DAY in Fairbanks has grown into Hockey WEEK in 2007. The festivities are scheduled for the week of Jan. 13-20. The Eielson Icemen
  • Iceman marrow drive starts Jan. 9

    The clinic laboratory will be conducting a bone marrow drive to support the C.W. Bill Young DoD Marrow Donor Program rom 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m Jan. 9. In the past, registration included a blood draw, but with technological advances, only a cheek swab will be necessary. Bone marrow is not actually collected unless the potential donor is a match for
  • Tops in Blue on their way to Eielson

    Tops In Blue, the Air Force's premier entertainment showcase for the entire family, will perform for the Iceman Team at 7 p.m., Jan. 12 and 13 at the Eielson base theater. The unit brings the best in music, dance and comedy to the heart of Alaska - all free of charge and all delivered by the best and brightest the Air Force has to offer. Tops In
  • Sixteen Icemen graduate NCO academy

    Sixteen technical sergeants recently graduated from the College of Enlisted Professional Military Education's NCO academy at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska. The academy expands leadership abilities of enlisted leaders and strengthens their commitment to the profession of arms by integrating sound leadership, communication skills, and military studies