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Fort Wainwright Army Base - Fairbanks, AK

 

 

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Happy Friday Fort Wainwright. This week's Alaska Post includes stories about WEIO, Eielson welcoming a new fighter wing commander, Installation Bugle Calls and more!

Maintenance will begin this morning at 8 a.m.

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Did someone say PT?! Times, they are a-changin'.

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BAILEY BRIDGE REPAIR
The Bailey Bridge, the one crossing the Chena River near the Chena Bend Golf Course, will be closed to thru traffic on Tuesday, July 10, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. A contractor through the Directorate of Public Works will be performing maintenance and replacing of bridge decking boards. This closure will affect travel through the River Road area; access to these areas can be made from the west end of River Road. Signs will be posted on each end of River Road and on Nautilus Road as a reminder prior and during the day of the repair. For more information, call 907-361-4769.

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Happy Friday Fort Wainwright! This week's Alaska Post features stories about "The Silent Farmer," a recent MASCAL exercise, 75 years of the Army News Service and more!

A great Fourth of July community celebration yesterday with amazing weather in tow.

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Happy 4th of July from Fort Wainwright.

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Headed out this Fourth of July?
Make sure to check with the state of Alaska’s Department of Transportation and Public Facilities’ Traveler 511 info web site, at http://511.alaska.gov/alaska511/mappingcomponent/index. The site will warn you of state-wide driving conditions, National weather Service information and road construction areas. Have a wonderful 4th of July, and when traveling in Alaska; have a plan, be informed and let someone know where you are going.

Be aware of these changes around post.

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Happy Friday Fort Wainwright!

This week's Alaska Post includes stories about the U.S. staying engaged in the Indo-Pacific region, the Secretary of Defense's visit locally, 4th of July safety messaging and more!

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Fort Wainwright tested various automated messaging systems during its annual antiterrorism exercise this week. Contact information provided by Soldiers and DoD civilian employees into an emergency management notification system called AtHoc was used in distributing notifications during the exercise.

While messages were automatically sent to the phones of exercise participants; the same messages were also being conveyed to their secondary contacts.

As these messages are being broadcast, the words “Exercise, exercise, exercise” are used to denote, that the information is not a real world scenario and only meant for exercise input.

We apologize for this miscommunication and ask that all Soldiers and DoD civilians review their AtHoc information and make their emergency points of contact aware of the exercise messaging.

FYI: On June 28th from 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Buildings 3566, 3567, 3593, and 3599 will be receiving necessary maintenance/construction that will temporarily interrupt your utility service. Please know that efforts will be made to minimize the impact to you and your neighbors.

If you have questions, call 907-455-1539.

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Doyon Utilities LLC: Annual Water Quality Report June 2018
Doyon Utilities publishes an annual report on the drinking water system at Fort Wainwright known as the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR).
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) have given us an opportunity to tell the rest of our story in the form of this annual Consumer Confidence Report.
Doyon Utilities is pleased to prepare this comprehensive report for our customers who work and reside on Fort Wainwright. Our goals and efforts are to provide you with a complete picture of the water quality program.
Find the complete document, at http://www.doyonutilities.com/download/fort-wainwright-june-2018/

As a part of the anti-terrorism efforts across the Army, the United States Army Garrison Alaska wants to remind you, “If you see something, say something”. Please call (907) 353- 7535 and help us create awareness within our community.

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Happy Friday Fort Wainwright!

This week's Alaska Post includes stories about security forces Airmen, tuition assistance, the BOSS program and more!

PUBLIC ADVISORY: Next week For Wainwright will be holding an exercise from June 25-29.

All exercise messages will begin and end with “Exercise” in order to distinguish them from real events.

More information below:

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