Don Young Port of Alaska in Anchorage
Don Young Port of Alaska in Anchorage

Logistical-support soldiers enabled Army to hold biggest Alaska training exercise in years

Published: August 11, 2016

KUAC - Fairbanks
By Tim Ellis

Some 5,000 soldiers from around the country and Canada are headed back home after a grueling three-week field-training exercise on ranges around Fort Greely. Arctic Anvil was the biggest exercise U.S. Army-Alaska has held since 2001. It was intended to test the Stryker Brigade’s warfighting abilities. But it also challenged the soldiers who provide logistical support that make operations like Arctic Anvil happen.

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