• 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 kicks off AFAF 2022

    The 2022 Air Force Assistance Fund campaign to raise funds for charities that will support Airmen and families in need begins March 21 and runs through April 29, 2022, at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska.

  • Crew chief for a day

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Aleksandr Zenski, a 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance journeyman (left), and Airman 1st Class Ian Sears, a 356th Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chief, pose for a photo during a ‘Crew Chief for a Day’ immersion on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, March

  • The ‘bomb twins’ of Eielson

    If you frequent the maintenance side of the base, chances are you’ve probably seen not one, but two Staff Sgt. Bussards. Both working around munitions, Jacob and Joshua Bussard are identical twins who’ve been on the receiving end of countless confused stares and misdirected work emails.

  • NFL cheerleaders, mascots and players visit Eielson AFB for Pro Blitz 2022

    National Football League’s (NFL) Philadelphia Eagles mascot ‘Swoop’ poses for a photo during Pro Blitz Alaska on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Feb. 11, 2022. The Armed Forces Entertainment Pro Blitz Tour brought NFL players, cheerleaders and mascots to several military bases to meet with troops

  • Sticking together: Eielson’s hockey brothers

    While it’s not uncommon to be stationed at the same base as your sibling, it’s definitely a rarity for two brothers to play on the same local hockey team while representing the Air Force and Eielson. The Taylor brothers are among a select few in the service who are fortunate enough to have this