• 354th FSS hosts Raven Beddown 2024

    The 354th Force Support Squadron recently conducted a Ready Raven Beddown exercise aimed to refine readiness within the squadron and promote cohesiveness for future deployments, Jan. 6, 2024.

  • 354th SFS keeps Eielson AFB safe and secure

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jake Magalhaes-Pachico, 354th Security Forces Squadron flight chief, radios in while on patrol on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Dec. 27, 2023. Security forces flight chiefs take on a large role for developing the next generation of the Air Force's defenders. (U.S. Air

  • Snowbarn Clears the Way on Eielson AFB

    A snow broom operator from the 354th Civil Engineering Squadron plows snow off of the flightline on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Dec. 19, 2023. The snow broom operators run 24/7 shifts to ensure the flightline is clear for aircraft to travel anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere. (U.S. Air Force

  • 354th SFS participate in "Shop with a Cop'

    U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Alonni Spradley, Installation Entry Controller from the 354th Security Forces Squadron, helps children wrap presents as part of "Shop with a Cop" on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Dec. 17 2023. This event aims to create positive community relations between law

  • Eielson OST integrates fitness wearables into its program

    The Eielson Operational Support Team (OST) has been working on an innovative answer with the roll-out of their fitness wearables project that started Dec. 1, 2023. Fitness wearables are any fitness device that tracks physical health, including rings, watches and bands, for the primary purpose of

  • What the puck! Eielson Icemen shoot for resilience

    In Interior Alaska about six months out of the year are dark and cold which can be isolating and depressing for some Airmen. However, a group of Eielson Airmen have found one way to boost their social and mental environment through ice hockey.

  • 354th Fire and Emergency Services Dispatcher saves infant’s life

    EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska – As a 911 dispatcher, you need to be prepared for any situation because one day you may receive a call that requires you to make a difference. Senior Airman Desimond Thomas, 354th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, received that call and saved an infant’s life