Anchorage residents can expect to see and hear fighter jets taking off from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and conducting low-altitude intercepts above the city on Thursday and possibly Friday.Sean Doogan
Alaska Aerospace Corp. officials say the cleanup of hazardous materials from last year's rocket explosion last year at the Kodiak Launch Complex is finished and they expect damaged facilities to be back in operation by the end of the year.Associated Press
For decades, the Army served people across Interior Alaska with medical evacuations and search-and-rescue flights, a practice that ended in 2008 because of the Iraq War. Starting April 1, Army helicopter crews recently back from Afghanistan will once again be making life-saving flights across the Interior.Dermot Cole
The Army Times reports that an informal complaint was filed last week, after "racial Thursdays" became a tradition in a battalion of the 25th Infantry Division's 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team.Megan Edge
U.S. Army soldiers with B Company, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment from Fort Wainwright prepare sling loads at the Kahiltna Glacier base camp on Monday, April 27, 2015, to be flown to the National Park Service climber camp at 14,200 feet.