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  • Roper assumes command of 18th AGRS

    U.S. Air Force Col. Lawrence Evert, the 354th Operations Group commander (left), and Lt. Col. Albert Roper, the 18th Aggressor Squadron commander, pose for a photo during an 18th AGRS change of command ceremony on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, April 22, 2022. The 18th Blue Fox Aggressors support

  • Multipurpose lock: the key to suicide prevention

    Suicide remains the leading cause of death in the Air Force. In 70 percent of total force suicides, personally-owned firearms were the most often used means. To curb this trend, the Department of the Air Force initiated a Time-Based Prevention approach to suicide prevention.

  • Women's History Month: the Women of Intel

    The 354th Fighter Wing’s woman-led intelligence team is always on hand to provide decision-level information and mission planning support for the wing’s two fighter squadrons in order to present fifth-generation operations across the U.S. Pacific Air Forces.

  • Eielson receives three more F-35s

    Three F-35A Lightning IIs assigned to the 354th Fighter Wing fly over Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, March 29, 2022. With the continued arrival of the F-35As at Eielson, Alaska is on track to become the most concentrated state for combat-coded, fifth-generation fighter aircraft. (U.S. Air Force

  • Mentoring moments: Chief Master Sgt. Mary Belt

    With over 28 years in service, Chief Master Sgt. Mary Belt, the 354th Mission Support Group senior enlisted leader, has established herself as one of the most dedicated and beloved leaders serving today.

  • JPARC receives first advanced emitter

    U.S. Pacific Air Forces’ Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex recently received the first of several advanced emitters designed to replicate enemy surface-to-air missile threats.

  • Eielson exercises readiness, capability

    Members of the 354th Fighter Wing participated in a capabilities demonstration during a routine readiness exercise at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, March 25, 2022.