Cargo stacked on snow covered ramp at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. C-124 aircraft on flight line. Military man rolls up parachute. Parachutists jump from C-119 aircraft. One of the parachutists. Men dressed in white have dark parachutes. Parachutist lands. Parachutist immediately after fastening parachute, disengages parachute from himself.
Map of Alaska at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. Arrow pinpoints Kodiak. Arrow pinpoints Elmendorf Air Force Base. A tag reads Arctic circle.
Mountains and snow covered land at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska, United States. Elmendorf Air Force Base with mountains in the background. American interceptor aircraft F-102A on a takeoff run. Snow covered mountain ranges.
Man securing Moose antlers for display on a former homsteader's log cabin, maintained for airmen's recreational use at Elmendorf Air Force Base (now Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska). He fastens the antlers below another set fastened near the cabin roof. Another take of the same event. Snow visible on roof of the cabin.
(Note:The land for Fort Richardson and Elmendorf was purchased by the U.S. Federal Government, from private landowners and homesteaders during 1939 through 1945.)
A sign reads "Elmendorf Air Force Base, Top Cover for America" in Elmendorf, Alaska. Diagrams of missiles and rockets on board.
Organizational chart reads CINCAL COMMANDER IN CHIEF, ALASKA at Elmendorf Air Force Base Alaska. Arrow pinpoints AAC, Alaskan Air Command.