With New F-35s, Remote Alaska Base Protects Most ‘Strategic Place in the World’

23 Jun

With New F-35s, Remote Alaska Base Protects Most ‘Strategic Place in the World’

The U.S. military has spent hundreds of millions of dollars upgrading a remote northern airbase in Alaska near the Arctic Circle. Pentagon Correspondent Carla Babb recently visited the base, which houses combat aircraft that can reach anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere. Camera: Mike Burke.

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