Military Housing in Alaska


  • Clear Air Force Station Homes  Air Force

    Clear Air Force Station is home to the 13th Space Warning Squadron whose primary mission is to provide early warning of intercontinental and submarine launched ballistic missiles to Missile Warning Center at North American Aerospace Defense Command. The secondary mission of the 13SWS is to provide space surveillance data on orbiting objects to the Space Control Center also located in the Cheyenne Mountain Complex. Clear AFS is located in Anderson, AK about 76 miles southwest of Fairbanks, AK.

  • Coast Guard Air Station Sitka Homes  Coast Guard

    U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Sitka’s area of responsibility encompasses the entire Southeast region of Alaska from Dixon Entrance north to Central Alaska and from the U.S./Canadian border west to the central Gulf of Alaska. Air Station Sitka operates in the most demanding flight environment for Coast Guard aircraft operations, with 12,000 miles of isolated and rugged coastline, to include inland search and rescue for Southeast Alaska, a region which includes numerous remote villages.

  • Coast Guard Kodiak Homes  Coast Guard

    Kodiak Island is the home of Coast Guard Base Kodiak, the Coast Guard's largest operational base. The base consists of 23,000 acres of land and supports both cutters and aircraft. Coast Guard Base Kodiak includes Air Station Kodiak, LORAN Station Kodiak, and other units in the CG's Seventeenth District (Alaska).

  • Coast Guard Sector Anchorage Homes  Coast Guard

    Coast Guard Sector Anchorage has the largest geographical Area of Responsibility in the nation, which includes the oil rich North Slope, Bering Sea, Chukchi Sea, Bristol Bay, Kodiak Island, Kenai Peninsula, and the Aleutian Islands. Sector Anchorage benefits from unique Joint training opportunities available due to its being located near Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson with Air Force, Army and Alaska National Guard and Reserve Units nearby.

  • Eielson AFB Homes  Air Force

    Eielson AFB is home to the Pacific Air Forces 354th Fighter Wing. Eielson AFB can rapidly deploy Airmen in support of global operations, and its strategic location also enables the staging of forces to promote U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Elmendorf AFB Homes  Air Force

    Elmendorf AFB is part of Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER)

    Elmendorf Air Force Base is home of the Headquarters, Alaskan Command, Alaskan NORAD Region, Eleventh Air Force and the 3rd Wing. Elmendorf 's strategic location and training facilities enable support and defense of U.S. interests in the Asia Pacific region and throughout the world. U.S. Air Force Controlled, Elmendorf AFB and Fort Richardson have merged are are now known as Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER)

  • Fort Greely Homes  Army

    Fort Greely, located alongside the Alaskan city of Delta Junction, is approximately 100 miles southeast of Fairbanks, and is a United States Army launch site for anti-ballistic missiles. It is also the home of the Cold Regions Test Center (CRTC), as Fort Greely is one of the coldest areas in Alaska and can accommodate cold, extreme cold, or temperate weather tests depending on the season. Fort Greely is served by nearby Allen Army Airfield located about three miles south of Delta Junction.

  • Fort Richardson Homes  Army

    Fort Richardson is part of Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER)

    Fort Richardson is the headquarters for U.S. Army Alaska and can rapidly deploy its forces within the Pacific theater and elsewhere as directed. The post’s largest military tenant is the Alaska National Guard. Fort Richardson also hosts several non-military activities, including a U.S.National Cemetery and a state-owned fish hatchery. The consolidated Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER) is USAF controlled.

  • Fort Wainwright Homes  Army

    Fort Wainwright is the home of America's Arctic Warriors and is one of the Army's largest training areas. Home to the Northern Warfare Training Center, the Army's only cold region training proponent, soldiers at Fort Wainwright work and train in temperatures ranging from 80 in the summer to minus 50 in the winter.

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