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Army: Two JBER soldiers killed in IED attack

Army: Two JBER soldiers killed in IED attack

Soldiers are third, fourth members of "Spartan" Brigade to die since deployment began in November.
Pantagon limits F-22 flights

Pantagon limits F-22 flights

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander

Maj. Gen. Michael X. Garrett will become the 36th commander of the U.S. Army in Alaska during a ceremony on May 17 at JBER's Pershing Field.

Eagle River man injured in bear attack

A 57-year-old Eagle River man was hospitalized after being attacked by a brown bear Saturday in the Eagle River Valley.

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Army: Two JBER soldiers killed in IED attack

Army: Two JBER soldiers killed in IED attack

Soldiers are third, fourth members of "Spartan" Brigade to die since deployment began in November.
Pantagon limits F-22 flights

Pantagon limits F-22 flights

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander

Maj. Gen. Michael X. Garrett will become the 36th commander of the U.S. Army in Alaska during a ceremony on May 17 at JBER's Pershing Field.

Eagle River man injured in bear attack

A 57-year-old Eagle River man was hospitalized after being attacked by a brown bear Saturday in the Eagle River Valley.

Archive »Sports

Region track meet is ticket to state

Region track meet is ticket to state

The only way to reach the state track and field meet is to perform well at Regions, which are May 11-12 at Bartlett High.
Bike for Women attracts record field

Bike for Women attracts record field

Anchorage’s Shanon Donley narrowly defeated Eagle River’s Sheryl Loan to win the Arctic Bicycle Club’s 2012 Alaska Bike for Women on Sunday, May 6 on Birchwood Loop in Chugiak.

Archive »Military

Army: Two JBER soldiers killed in IED attack

Army: Two JBER soldiers killed in IED attack

Soldiers are third, fourth members of "Spartan" Brigade to die since deployment began in November.
Pantagon limits F-22 flights

Pantagon limits F-22 flights

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander

U.S. Army Alaska to get new commander

Maj. Gen. Michael X. Garrett will become the 36th commander of the U.S. Army in Alaska during a ceremony on May 17 at JBER's Pershing Field.
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