Pentagon officials said at a U.S. Senate hearing Wednesday they hope to take down the project in Gakona known as HAARP before winter sets in.
A recent government report suggests less ice may not mean more ships in the Arctic.
As the U.S. Coast Guard plans for an increased presence in the Arctic, its taking stock of what its environmental impact will be in the years to come.
The Coast Guard sent three aircraft on a long-range rescue for a mariner aboard a container ship near Unalaska Monday.
Parnell’s commissioner of the Department of Military and Veteran’s Affairs, Major General Thomas Katkus says the federal investigation should help improve the system.
Governor Sean Parnell is defending his decision to wait four years to request a federal investigation into reports of a sexual assault problem in the Alaska National Guard.
According to a review board, faulty equipment and work practices of the cutter Waesche put Petty Officer Travis Obendorf in harm’s way.
News of HAARP's imminent shut-down has alarmed the scientific community.
Arctic experts are wondering about international relations in the Arctic and whether the era of cooperation with Russia is over.
The Coast Guard has released the results of an investigation into the grounding of Shell's Kulluk drill rig at the end of their troubled Arctic drilling season.