Recently, F-22 Raptor pilots from the Pacific Air Forces' 3rd Wing simulated refueling in a remote location.
There wasn't a highway for 150 miles, so there was no wheeled ambulance on the way. Help would have to come from the air.
The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled against a military couple seeking permanent fund dividends because they were out of state.
The wait lists for on-base child care can be six months or more for military families.
The Pentagon's Office of Inspector General released a report showing many investigatory shortcomings across the services.
The tradition of "rolling-up," or "roll-ups," is a practice that is often viewed as a game or initiation ritual.
Two commanders of squadrons at Air Force bases in Alaska and Washington state have been relieved of their duties.
The visit at JBER took place during a refueling stop as Air Force One made its way back from Hanoi Feb. 28.
On a stopover at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Trump declared ISIS defeated during a 20-minute speech.
The massive earthquake struck at 8:29 a.m. Friday, with an epicenter about seven miles northwest of the base.
The heads of the U.S. military branches called for the return of all military hospital already transferred to the DHA.
The former officer received kickbacks in a $5 billion health scheme involving compounded medicine prescriptions.
If zeal could be weaponized in wartime, the Confederacy might have had a chance.
The bills broaden options for troubled vets in the legal system and expand a home renovations grants program.
The Air Force carried out a captive-carry test of the Lockheed Martin AGM-183A Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon, or ARRW.