The C-124 smashed into Mount Gannett north of Anchorage on Nov. 22, 1952, killing all 41 passengers and 11 crew members.
US warplanes intercepted four Russian reconnaissance aircraft near Alaska on Saturday, US commanders said.
The so-called "Magic Bus" had become a dangerous tourist destination deep in Alaska's interior.
U.S. F-22 Raptors scrambled once again to conduct two intercepts of Tu-95 bombers off the coast of Alaska.
The officials said they believe Anchorage meets eligibility requirements and would be competitive in the evaluation process.
The intercepts come less than two weeks after U.S. bombers were met by Russian jets over the Black Sea.
The report concluded that training efforts have encouraged soldiers to report problems.
The U.S. Air Force has permanently stationed its first F-35A Joint Strike Fighter aircraft in the Pacific.
The extra pay is to acknowledge the difficult conditions of Arctic service, officials said.
The Air Force has canceled one of its cornerstone aviation exercises in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials announced early Sunday that leadership determined little likelihood the service members survived the accident.
Discrimination, conscious or not, often starts during maternity leave.
The shooting was an act of self-defense, the soldier's attorney says.
A new manual aims to provide guidance to ground troops seeking to avoid detection against a growing enemy threat.
The move will mark a substantial increase in the number of fully manned divisions that the Army can deploy.