National Guard rescue team saves two hikers at Penguin Peak

The Alaska National Guard saved two hikers this morning near Penguin Peak, between Bird Creek and Girdwood in the Chugach Mountain Range.

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Alaska Army National Guard Black Hawk crews and Military Police respond to wildfires

The Alaska National Guard is assisting local and state authorities with response to three fires in Alaska today.

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Alaska National Guard TAG Match tests marksmanship mettle

The TAG Match is an annual event hosted by the Alaska National Guard the last week of May stretching into the June drill weekend.

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Alaska National Guard delivers torch for Veterans Golden Age Games from helicopter

The Alaska National Guard will deliver the Veterans Golden Age Games torch Wednesday morning at Moose Run Golf Course on Arctic Valley Road.

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Alaska National Guard continues search for missing pilot and aircraft

Soldiers and Airmen with the Alaska National Guard continue the search today for a missing Cessna 172 and pilot.

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Department of Military & Veterans Affairs to host Veterans Day ceremony

Maj. Gen. Laurie Hummel will host a Veterans Day ceremony at the Alaska National Guard armory on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

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Alaska National Guard welcomes new senior enlisted leader

Chief Master Sgt. Winfield Hinkley, Jr. took the senior enlisted leader position of the Alaska National Guard passing of the Non-Commissioned Officer’s Saber to Maj. Gen. Laurie Hummel.

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JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska — An electronic sensor on the more than 800-mile stretch of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System was just triggered. A potential leak is happening, so you send a team out to respond. When the team shows up, it was a false alarm, but then another alarm goes off, then another, and before you know it every sensor is chiming. This scenario is very real, and all it takes is one malicious cyber attacker to make it happen.

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Approximately 600 U.S. Soldiers and 39 members of the Canadian Brigade Group conducted a winter field training exercise in sub-freezing temperatures at the Donnelly Training Area outside of Fort Greely, Alaska, as a part of Exercise Arctic Eagle 2018. The winter training was intended to improve arctic skills as well as individual and collective tasks, while simultaneously strengthening our international partnership with Canadian service members.

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