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Navy Launches Its First Drone Squadron

Navy Launches Its First Drone Squadron

The U.S. Navy is inaugurating its first squadron that mixes advanced unmanned drones with conventional aircraft.

Coast Guard helps deploy seismic sensors

Coast Guard helps deploy seismic sensors

The U.S. Coast Guard recently helped placed seismic sensors along a fault near Craig in southeast Alaska.

Soldier dies nearly 3 months after hit by truck

Army officials say a Fort Wainwright soldier from Texas who was struck by a log-hauling truck near Salcha has died of his injuries almost three months later.

US soldier in Alaska apologizes in espionage case

An Alaska-based soldier who has admitted to attempted espionage says he’s sorry for his actions.

North Korea May Have A Nuclear Warhead To Put On A Missile, Says Pentagon

North Korea May Have A Nuclear Warhead To Put On A Missile, Says Pentagon

The Pentagon’s intelligence arm has “moderate confidence” that North Korea may have developed the technology to create nuclear weapons that are small enough to fit on a long-range missile.

‘Very High’ Chance North Korea Will Soon Test Fire Missile

‘Very High’ Chance North Korea Will Soon Test Fire Missile

North Korea’s next provocative move — the test firing of a medium-range ballistic missile — could happen at any moment, according to South Korean officials.

Eielson F-16s grounded by budget cuts

Eielson F-16s grounded by budget cuts

The Air Force has grounded the 18th Aggressor Squadron at Eielson Air Force Base due to federal budget restrictions.

Kodiak-bound vessel lost 41 years ago, now found

Kodiak-bound vessel lost 41 years ago, now found

Forty-one years ago, a Kodiak-bound fishing boat out of Mobile, Alabama, disappeared without a trace, taking all hands with it. Now the Coast Guard says the fishing vessel Katmai has been found.

U.S. Trumpets Stealth Bomber Training Run Over Korean Peninsula

U.S. Trumpets Stealth Bomber Training Run Over Korean Peninsula

The U.S. military is making no secret about a training flight by a pair of nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers from a base in the American Midwest to the Korean Peninsula — what’s being described as an “extended deterrence mission.”

Tsunami warning system test scheduled for Wednesday

Tsunami warning system test scheduled for Wednesday

Alaska’s warning communications system will be tested as part of Tsunami Preparedness Week.