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March 18, 2022

ARCTIC EDGE 22 comes to a close

U.S. Northern Command’s exercise Arctic Edge 22 came to a close March 16 across the state of Alaska. Hosted by Alaskan Command, the bi-national, multi-service exercise is held every two years with roots going back more than five decades to a shared commitment to the defense of North America.

Feb. 8, 2022

Alaskan Command Prepares for Exercise Arctic Edge 2022

Alaskan Command will conduct ARCTIC EDGE, a biennial exercise, Feb. 28 – March 17. ARCTIC EDGE is designed to provide realistic and effective training for participants using the premier training locations available throughout Alaska.  Alaskan Command has successfully operated in the Arctic and defended Alaska for more than 70 years.

Feb. 17, 2021

ARCTIC WARRIOR 21: Extreme environment builds resilience and readiness

Arctic Warrior, a U.S. Army Alaska-led exercise designed to test the ability of 4-25th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), “Spartans” and supporting units’ Arctic combat readiness in facing near-peer adversaries in Arctic conditions, will conclude, February 19, 2021.

March 6, 2020

Arctic Edge 2020

Arctic Edge 2020 (AE20) is a joint force and international training exercise and is the largest joint exercise scheduled in Alaska this year with approximately 1,000 US military personnel working alongside members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

March 15, 2018

Bullets, Beans and Band-Aids: CLR-25 provides for Task Force Arctic Edge

A long way from their home station of Camp Lejeune, N.C., the Marines of Combat Logistics Regiment 25 make up the command element of Task for Arctic Edge, providing the necessary logistical requirements and command and control for the units it is comprised of, all while battling the blistering snow and numbing cold that accompanies northern Alaska

March 14, 2018

Special operation forces battle Arctic conditions during Arctic Edge 18

The U.S. military conducts mission-based training events year-round, but Arctic Edge 2018 is a unique opportunity that has brought over 1,500 U.S. military personnel from more than 20 units together to train in arctic conditions throughout the Alaska range.For the Special Operations Command, North, located in at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado,