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  • CSAF Civic Leaders Visit Eielson

    A civic leader tour hosted by the Chief of Staff of the Air Force visited Eielson Air Force Base April 28, 2018;this was the final stop in a broad tour of the Pacific Air Forces area of responsibility that included visits to Guam, Hawaii, Korea and Japan. The twenty-four civic leaders, accompanied by Gen. Stephen Wilson, the Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and his wife Nancy Wilson, stopped at several locations around Eielson to gain a better understanding of the local missions and how they contribute to solidifying and forging alliances and partnerships around the world.
  • First RED FLAG-Alaska 2018 commences

    April 26 marked the official start of the 2018 season of RED FLAG-Alaska. The exercise serves as an ideal platform for international engagement and has a long history of including allies and partners, ultimately enabling all involved to exchange tactics, techniques and procedures while improving interoperability.
  • Iceman in Action: Airman 1st Class Matthew Williams

    Rank and Name: Airman 1st Class Matthew Williams Duty Title: 354th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter Hometown: Orlando, Florida
  • Mentoring Moments: Chief Master Sgt. Paul Martin

    “I get told from time to time ‘I want to be just like you,’ or another SNCO. I don’t think that’s the right goal or the right thing to achieve. I think the better thing to achieve is to become the best you and if you become the best you, then you’ll know what it means to be successful.” - CMSgt Paul Martin Chief Master Sgt. Paul Martin joined the Air Force 26 years ago. After declining an offer from his mother to pay for his college education, Martin wanted to be able to have a livelihood and a future that was determined on his own terms.
  • Site Action Task Force Prepares for F-35 Arrival

    The F-35 has matured into a capable aircraft and it’s beginning to be based around the world. Eielson is one of those locations and it is set to house two F-35A Lightning II squadrons by the year 2022. To prepare for this monumental change, which is currently expected to increase the base’s population by 50 percent, personnel from the 354th Fighter Wing hold semiannual Site Action Task Force meetings, which typically span four to five days.
  • Iceman In Action: Airman 1st Class Gabriel Castaneda

    Iceman in Action Interview Questions Name/Rank: Airman 1st Class Gabriel Castaneda Duty Title: 354th Maintenance Squadron, jet engine intermediate maintenance (JEIM) technician Hometown: Fremont, California
  • Finding fulfillment in the pursuit of happiness

    Seizing opportunities in a business setting can come with rewards, exceptional pay and good social status. What isn’t as prominently mentioned, is that it can come at great personal cost. Chaplain (Capt.) Charles Gormley, who is temporarily assigned to the 354th Fighter Wing, discovered his climb up the corporate ladder wasn’t fulfilling his spiritual passion. After working for Google and later in the aerospace industry, he decided it was time to make a big change.
  • Golden Raven 18-01 integrates 354th FW, 168th WG

    Exercise Golden Raven 18-01 was a unique opportunity for the 354th Fighter Wing to integrate with the 168th Wing and conduct a training exercise that supported the Tanker Task Force mission, as well as to deploy personnel and cargo in support of contingency operations. This was the sixth operational readiness exercise conducted on Eielson since October 2017.
  • LRS helps Icemen prepare for Golden Raven 18-1

    An Airman from the 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron completes a hand receipt for individual protective equipment (IPE) in preparation for exercise Golden Raven 18-1, April 5, 2018, at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. This will be the sixth operational readiness exercise conducted on Eielson since October of 2017, Golden Raven is an evaluation of
  • ADAPT Expo takes over Baker Field House

    Eielson’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment team held an ADAPT Expo at the Baker Field House, which took Airmen through a typical night of drinking. Several stations were set up to help the Airmen visually recreate what this night may look like. The first station explained how intoxication levels can vary based on gender, weight and the type of drink(s) they consume.