Clear Air Force Station

Lockheed Martin

The U.S. Missile Defense Agency will host a public meeting Wednesday to talk about a new radar facility the agency is building at Clear Air Force Station.


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Alaska District

The Pentagon agency that runs the nation’s missile-defense system halted work earlier this year on a $375 million radar facility near Clear, largely because of COVID-19 concerns. A congressional report says the decision will likely delay the Missile Defense Agency’s fielding of the advanced radar facility by about a year.


Eielson AFB

Eielson Air Force Base officials will oversee a new contract that will pay for up to $350 million worth of maintenance on roads and airfields at all four Air Force and Army installations around the Interior over the next seven years. And four of the five contractors that will do the work are based in Fairbanks and North Pole.


Missile Defense Agency

The U.S. Missile Defense Agency is inviting public feedback on two documents related to a testing program the agency plans to conduct this fall on a new radar facility at Clear Air Force Station.


Missile Defense Agency

Military and contractor personnel and invited guests celebrated a milestone in the construction of a massive radar facility Tuesday at Clear Air Force Station, near Anderson.

KUAC file graphic

A state lawmaker from Healy is trying a new pitch for an old idea to build power lines from the Mat-Su to Glennallen and on around the eastern Interior road system. Rep. Dave Talerico says the Road Belt Electrical Transmission Line is needed to provide a more secure supply of electricity for the region’s growing military installations.


U.S. Marine Corps

Summer promises to be a busy construction season for the Interior, due to a series of projects at the region’s two Air Force installations. The projects will inject more than $1.5 billion into the area’s economy.


U.S. Air Force

Golden Valley Electric Association is scheduled to lose one of its biggest customers this week – the Flint Hills Resources refinery in North Pole. But GVEA is working on plans to hook up another industrial customer next year that will buy nearly as much electricity as the refinery.