• 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.

  • COMPACAF visits Eielson

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Ken Wilsbach, the Pacific Air Forces commander (right), and Chief Master Sgt. David R. Wolfe, the PACAF command chief (left), received a brief from Maj. Kathryn Stuard, the 354th Civil Engineering Squadron operations flight commander, during a base visit at Eielson Air Force

  • Red Flag-Alaska 22-2 exercise draws to a close

    As Red Flag-Alaska 22-2 draws to a close after two weeks of non-stop operations, the visiting squadrons at Eielson Air Force base have racked up thousands of combined flying hours for pilots and kept maintainers working around the clock to keep more than 40 fighter aircraft ready to fly day after

  • Eielson rapidly launches 12 F-35As

    Twelve F-35A Lightning IIs form up prior to take off at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Nov. 17, 2020. The 354th Fighter Wing conducted Arctic Gold 21-1, a Phase I readiness exercise designed to test the wing’s ability to rapidly deploy it’s F-35A fleet. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Keith

  • Winter is "snow" joke

    Winter in Alaska can either be a cool experience or a chilling undertaking for the unaware. With winter comes the blistering cold and here in the interior Alaska temperature could drop as low as negative 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Fortunately, winter is not impossible to understand. The first step to