Home of the 6th Infantry Division
What military is stationed in Alaska?
The command is made up of the following military forces: Eleventh Air Force, headquartered at Elmendorf Air Force Base. United States Army Alaska, headquartered at Fort Richardson. United States Naval Forces Alaska, headquartered in Juneau, Alaska.
|Current commander||Lt Gen David A. Krumm|
How do you get stationed in Alaska Army?
- Must be serving on active duty.
- Must be in the grade of colonel or below.
- Must be permanently assigned to Alaska from a previous duty station outside of the state.
- Must be within the first 90 days of arrival to Alaska.
- Must agree to serve the prescribed tour length (36, 24, or 12 months)
How many US troops are in Alaska?
DoD forces in Alaska include more than 22,000 U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps personnel, and 4,700 Guardsmen and Reservists.
Can you drive to Alaska?
There is only one major road that you can take to drive to Alaska and that is the Alaska Highway. Regardless of where you start in the United States or Canada, you will eventually join the Alaska Highway. … The three roads that make up the highway are British Columbia Highway 97, Yukon Highway 1 and Alaska Route 2.
Do you need a passport to PCS to Alaska?
Land travel to Alaska crosses Canada and appropriate travel documents are required. As a minimum, you should have ID Cards, passports, and official PCS, ETS, or Retirement orders. In lieu of a passport, family members must have proof of citizenship/permanent residency to cross the Canadian border.
Is the 25th Infantry Division Airborne?
The 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division is an airborne infantry brigade combat team of the United States Army. The unit is home-stationed at Fort Richardson, Alaska near Anchorage and is the only airborne brigade combat team in the Pacific Theater.
What is the weather in Fort Wainwright Alaska?
Low 24F. Winds light and variable. Cloudy. High around 40F.