Multiple recent incidents pose the risk of escalation into open conflict, the U.S. warns.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command are closely monitoring the submarine.
Congress passed the Dingell Act, expanding the window to apply for land and removing the occupancy provision.
Maj. Michael "Cal" Gentry, commander of the 354th Contracting Squadron at Eielson Air Force Base, died at the scene.
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.
Seven new recruits will head to basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
The study next heads into a peer review before its findings can be submitted for a scientific journal.
The long-delayed project will tell the story of the American soldier through treasured artifacts.
AAVs rarely sink and fatal mishaps are uncommon for the 26-ton tracked vehicles.
It has been 15 years to the day since Cashe hauled his teammates out of the Bradley hit an IED near Daliaya, Iraq.