Fort Greely

Bernardo Fuller/U.S. Army

The Army’s second-highest-ranking civilian leader visited Fort Wainwright Thursday to talk about Alaska and the strategic role it plays in the nation’s defense – and how that might help protect the state’s military installations from cutbacks during upcoming budget battles in Washington, D.C.


Photo courtesy of Delta-Greely Relay for Life

An anonymous complaint over some mildly racy photos in a calendar put out by a Delta Junction-area nonprofit prompted an obscenity complaint that reached the highest level of the U.S. Army before being dismissed. Now Alaska Army National Guard officials are looking into another allegation in the complaint over an inappropriate relationship involving members of a Fort Greely-based Guard unit.

Photo courtesy of Alaska Gateway School District

The state Division of Forestry will soon begin asking for public input on a proposal to harvest timber from the state forest around the Delta-Greely area for a biomass-fueled heat and power system for Fort Greely.

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