Icemen behind the scenes

Story by A1C Cassandra Whitman on 02/21/2017 When the snow starts to blow, residents of Eielson Air Force Base anticipate the 354th Civil Engineer Squadron will ensure the roads are safe to drive on. But what happens when the snow blowers, plows and graters break? The Airmen with the 354th
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Sticking up for National Blood Donation Month

Story by A1C Cassandra Whitman on 02/18/2017 January is National Blood Donation Month and Eielson Airmen are taking a step to help save lives with a two-day blood drive hosted by the 354th Medical Group. "Donating blood is something which takes minimal effort but will save the lives of many,"
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EAFB installation access changes with REAL ID Act requirements

Story by SSgt Ashley Taylor on 02/18/2017 To comply with federal law, Eielson Air Force Base will no longer accept state-issued identification from certain U.S. states for unescorted visitor access to the installation as mandated under the REAL ID Act. Visitors who are not in compliance will be denied unescorted
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354th Communications Squadron wins Air Force award

Story by A1C Cassandra Whitman on 02/18/2017 Every Airman's day-to-day tasks are somehow connected to the communications squadron. Buildings, offices, even underground is mapped through a squadron of less than 100 personnel; directing every phone call, email or network issue. Eielson's very own 354th Communications Squadron won the Air Force
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Teamwork makes the dream work

Story by A1C Cassandra Whitman on 02/18/2017 Without ever making eye contact, a football is thrown hard, spiraling through the air until it's caught. Joshua Clifford is on the throwing end, while his wife, Monica, is receiving and Clifford said they make a perfect team in everything they do. During
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Keeping his legacy alive: Air Force boxer uses skill & will to better Airmen and community

Story by A1C Dennis Hoffman on 01/25/2017 Before standing atop a podium, centered above a number one marking with a gold medal hanging around his neck, Summerville had to take the first few steps of his thousand foot journey. Summerville said that up until high school he was mostly a
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