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Governor signs military bill into law at Military Appreciation Banquet


Eielson's 354th Fighter Wing prepares for F-35s


Ft. Wainwright kids treated to carnival for Month of the Military Child


Russian planes seen flying near Alaska's coast for fourth straight day


More Russian bombers intercepted near Alaska


Military Report: Deployment readiness exercises at Eielson


USAF jets intercept Russian bomber planes near Kodiak


VA plans listening session for Tuesday


Arctic Care benefits more than just the people of Kodiak


Army announces it will retain 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team


Military Report: Arctic Care 2017


Vets honored on anniversary of last soldiers leaving Vietnam


Paws for Purple Hearts invites vets, active military and families for coffee


Special event will honor Vietnam Vets on Wednesday


Alaska military officials keeping close eye on North Korea


F-35s will be a "game-changer" in the Pacific theater


Special event planned to honor Vietnam vets


Joint training keeps U. S. and Allied forces ready


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