Alaska National Guard provides emergency assistance to Yakutat
January 13, 2022
Alaska National Guard Soldiers and Airmen provide emergency assistance in the Southeast Alaska community of Yakutat, Jan. 12, 2022, after the region received tremendous amounts of snow and rain over a seven-day period. Guard members serving on Joint Task Force-Yakutat will provide building safety assessments and emergency snow removal for Tribal, public and government facilities in the community following hazardous winter weather and heavy snowfall resulting in building damage and continued risk of unsafe conditions. Yakutat is in the Tongass National Forest, the largest National Forest in the U.S. and home to the largest population of bald eagles in the world. The Alaska National Guard is trained, equipped and ready to provide disaster response support for the State of Alaska when requested by civil authorities. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Dana Rosso)

Medical Services Corps Officer Serves in Alaska Air Guard
January 5, 2022
Maj. Elizabeth Mangini, 168th Wing Medical Services Corps officer, takes a photo in front of the 168th Wing's KC-135 Stratotanker at minus twenty degrees while on duty at Eielson Air Force Base. Mangini is assigned to the 168th Medical Group in support of the wing's arctic refueling mission. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Julie Avey)

Alaska National Guard stages second team in response to ongoing winter storms
January 5, 2022
A Light Medium Tactical Vehicle and a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle leaves the Alaska National Guard Armory on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, for transport to the Alcantra Armory in Wasilla, Jan. 5. The LMTV and HMMWV have been assigned to Alaska Army National Guard's 297th Regional Support Group to provide direct support to the Matsu-Borough after high winds have led to infrastructure damage, power outages, and dangerous transportation conditions. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Victoria Granado)

Alaska Army Guard, Fairbanks Fire Department rescue distressed man near Anderson
January 3, 2022
(File photo) Alaska Army National Guardsmen from 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment, conduct an aerial site survey via a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter Dec. 3, 2018, following a magnitude 7.0 earthquake seven miles from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Nov. 30 caused significant infrastructure damage in a number of areas. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Balinda O’Neal)

176th Maintenance Group virtual reality lab Introduces innovative training
January 3, 2022
176th Maintenance Group virtual reality lab Introduces innovative training

Royal Canadian Air Force Arctic Guardian keeps watch with 176th Air Defense Squadron
January 3, 2022
Royal Canadian Air Force Arctic Guardian keeps watch with 176th Air Defense Squadron

Alaska National Guard assists with winter storm emergency evacuations
January 3, 2022

State emergency managers monitor extreme snow and ice conditions in interior
December 30, 2021

Alaska Air National Guard Airmen rescue pregnant woman in distress at Kipnuk
December 27, 2021
An Alaska Air National Guard 210th Rescue Squadron HH-60G Pave Hawk transits Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson's Malamute Drop Zone Feb. 10, 2021, during parachute jump operations. The jump preceded the change-of-command ceremony for 212th Rescue Squadron. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by David Bedard/Released)

Alaska National Guard delivers holiday gifts to remote villages for 66th year
December 22, 2021
Gifts are unloaded from a CH-47 Chinook helicopter in Buckland, Alaska during Operation Santa Claus, Dec. 14, 2021. Operation Santa Claus is an Alaska National Guard annual community outreach program that provides Christmas gifts, books, school supplies and stocking stuffers to children in rural Alaskan communities. This year marks the 66th year of the program, which began in 1956 after the village of St. Mary's experienced a year of hardship and the Alaska Air National Guard flew in gifts and supplies donated by the local community. The Alaska National Guard was able to continue the tradition this year and safely provide gifts despite COVID-19. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Maj. Chelsea Aspelund)