On behalf LTC Anthony P. Barbina, Commander of 70th BEB, all are invited to attend the HHC, 1-25 SBCT Change of Command Ceremony on Thursday, April 26th at 12:00 PM at the Fort Wainwright Army Reserve Center, Building 3467. CPT Khalid R. Rodriguez will be relinquishing command of the "Direwolves" to CPT Juan A. Bonnet. 1-25 SBCT wishes CPT Rodriguez with the best of luck and knows that he will succeed in all his future endeavors.
On April 13, 2018, more than 85 Soldiers and family members from 1st Stryker Brigade gathered at Big Daddy's Bar-B-Q in Fairbanks, AK to farewell 16 Arctic Wolves. Each departing Service Member was presented with a small gift from Wolf 6 and Wolf 7 and thanked for their selfless service and dedication to the 1st Stryker Brigade. The entire 1st Stryker family wishes the departing Service Members the best of luck and know that they will look back fondly on the memories and camaraderie formed while serving in the best Stryker Brigade in the Army.
April is Sexual Harrassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) month. All are invited to attend an interactive SHARP Jeopardy event in the Fort Wainwright Dining Facility on April 18th at 11:30 AM and an informative lecture by Professor Jeffrey Bucholtz of San Diego University on April 25th at 1:30 PM in the Fort Wainwright Physical Fitness Center.
Whether you are a Soldier, family member, or civilian, your SHARP Team and Victim Advocates are available for you! If you think that you, or someone you know, may be a victim of sexual harrassment or assault, your SHARP Team is available 24/7 at (907) 353-7272.
Still time left to support the 2018 Army Emergency Relief Fund annual campaign.
The 2018 Army Emergency Relief (AER) Fund campaign is still underway at Fort Wainwright. AER is a nonprofit organization founded in 1942 that provides no-interest loans, a grant, or a combination of both to service members experiencing financial hardships. In 2017 alone, one in 15 Soldiers received AER Assistance, but AER relies on donations from other service members, veterans, and civilians. AER provides a fiscally responsible alternative to high-interest, predatory loans without the stigma of asking for help by allowing Soldiers to work directly with the Fort Wainwright AER Office.
For more information or to make a donation to support the Soldiers of Fort Wainwright please contact the 1-25 SBCT AER Coordinator SFC Nelson at email@example.com
Or contact the Fort Wainwright AER Office directly at (907) 353-7453.
Come out and join us at our Sisters In Arms even on April 20, 2018 from 1200-1500, to strengthen bonds, provide mentorship and guidance, and enhance personal and professional development. Our guest speaker will be CW4 Elise D. McClain. Hope to see you there!
Need somewhere to watch the Patriots and the Eagles duke it out in the midwest? Sojourn over to the USO and kick your feet up whilst chowing down on free subs. Win Win. Unless the Pats win. The it's kind of a 50/50 thing.
Yesterday was a big day for 1st Battalion 5th Infantry Regiment and 1st Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment as they both ran through a simulated deployment to Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson. The Bobcats loaded C-17 aircraft and the Legion loaded out at the railhead to move their formations south. #ArcticThrust is an exercise that tests and validates the Arctic Wolves capability to move entire battalions on short notice.
Arctic Thrust Stryker and SUSV Transport
Soldiers load a Stryker, a small unit support vehicle and other supplies onto a C-17 Globemaster from Joint Base Lewis McChord, Wash., for transport from Eielsen Air Force Base to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in support of Arctic Thrust, a U.S. Army Alaska deployment readiness exercise. Arctic Thrust includes the movement of two battalion-sized task forces from Fort Wainwright to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson to test the strategic infrastructure and military and civilian systems and procedures required to rapidly deploy from Alaska. Dozens of Soldiers, Airmen, and civilians from both inside and outside the state are providing support to facilitate the exercise. #arcticwarriors, 1/25 SBCT "Arctic Wolves", #ArcticThrustPosted by U.S. Army Alaska on Thursday, January 25, 2018
Well, winter has truly settled in here in Fairbanks, so why not plan a trip with Wainwright MWR and take advantage of the season?
Great work to Charger Company 1-5 for taking the Arctic Excellence Challenge Streamer this week!
It's that time of year folks. Get to the Carlson Center on January 6th at 2:30 to see the Army crush the Air Force!
Spouse to Spouse is a great way for family members to come together and learn about the vast array of resources available to them and their families here on Fort Wainwright. Come and check it out!
1st Battalion 5th Infantry Regiment 1st Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment 3-21 Infantry Regiment 5th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 2nd Battalion, 8th Field Artillery 70th BEB 1 SBCT 25th Brigade Support Battalion "Opahey"
Arctic Wolves! I mean, you don't HAVE to spend the weekend tearing up snow banks...but why not?
Arctic Wolves! Go eat the delicious things! 1st Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment 1st Battalion 5th Infantry Regiment 3-21 Infantry Regiment 2nd Battalion, 8th Field Artillery 70th BEB 1 SBCT 5th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 25th Brigade Support Battalion "Opahey"
Arctic Wolves- pay attention to how much you drink and when it's no longer safe to drive. You can bet your 1SG won't buy the line of you only having one drink at the bar tonight if you get pulled over and cited. Stay safe, and happy weekend!
Arctic Wolves! The daylight gets shorter and shorter, but don't let that stop you from getting out with Wainwright MWR and Outdoor Rec. Ice fishing at Birch Lake is a great time and it all starts with a simple phone call.
Wolves Den: Fort Wainwright, Alaska's Premier Dining Facility has won the Commanding Generals Best Mess Award! Kudos to the team there and congratulations!
NOW HEAR THIS!!!!!! Arctic Wolves- protect your ears and make sure you are getting to the audiology clinic at least once a year. Make sure you can hear to live!
Charger Company 1-5 1st Battalion 5th Infantry Regiment have been getting quite familiar with the snowy countryside these past few weeks. Check out the goodness they have been bringing to bear as we get deeper into the Alaskan winter!