Archive of: In Service

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National Guard team places in biathlon championships March Issue 4 2014

National Guard team places in biathlon championships

Service members from the Alaska Air and Army National Guard competed in the 39th annual Chief of the National Guard Bureau Biathlon Championships at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho, Vt., March 2-6.

March Issue 3 2014

Cooking for the troops

Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Army Seargent Armando A. Pacheco was one of 200 chefs from bases around the globe who gathered in Fort Lee, Va. March 9-13 for the 39th annual Military Culinary Arts Competitive Training Event.

Bragging rights March Issue 3 2014

Bragging rights

Hockey teams from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson hit the ice for a large, shiny trophy and bragging rights at the inaugural Army vs. Air Force Hockey Game at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex March 15.

March Issue 2 2014

Alaska Air Guardsmen rescue 70-year old snow machiner

Airmen with the Alaska Air National Guard’s 210th, 211th and 212th Rescue Squadrons rescued a 70-year old male with a known heart condition about a mile east of Boundary, Alaska, who believed he was suffering a heart attack late in the night of March 6.

Smart, accomplished and driven March Issue 2 2014

Smart, accomplished and driven

Eagle River High School’s Air Force Junior ROTC dominated the Alaska State Drill Meet competition held Feb. 22, at Service High School, bringing home two first-place and one third-place designations plus winning the academic award for the large school division. The competition included JROTC teams from 13 Alaska high schools. Large school division included teams with 21 or more members on the drill team.

March Issue 2 2014

Don’t be a fool—vote

With campaign ads abounding I know that Alaska is nearing the first election of the year. In fact, I knew there would be a ballot in April. Had I taken the time to really think about it, I would have remembered that voting falls on the first Tuesday of April. However, it took hearing the exact date on the radio for it to sink in, polling occurs on April 1 of this year.

March Issue 1 2014

JBER considering golf course closure

Anchorage may soon have one less golf course. A study began more than a year ago by Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and 673d Air Base Wing commander determined that base’s golf programs may have excess capacity.

March Issue 1 2014

Operation Purple Camp

The National Military Family Association is accepting applications for its popular Operation Purple Camp hosted by Camp Fire Alaska. Operation Purple is a free summer camp program to support military children, ages 7-17, dealing with the stress of war and deployment.

JBER airman found dead March Issue 1 2014

JBER airman found dead

An Air Force Staff Sergeant was pronounced dead at his off-base residence on Feb. 23, according to officials at Joint Base Elemendorf Richardson. Samuel Davis, 33, was recovering from recent back surgery, according to his girlfriend, who placed the 911 around 6 a.m. Feb. 23.

March Issue 1 2014

Eagle River woman sentenced for sexual assault

Lagina Griffiths, 41, of Eagle River, was sentenced to four years of jail time for the offense of attempted sexual assault in the second degree. Griffiths pled guilty to this offense on Oct. 28, 2013.