• Soviet-born Airman shares resilience in Arctic Circle

    Being stationed in a place that is dark and frozen for months every year demands resilience. Staff Sgt. Yakov Kim, 12th Space Warning Squadron crew chief, has exemplified that resilience while at Thule Air Base, Greenland.
  • Securing Thule from air to sea

    With a base that operates the Department of Defense’s northernmost deep-water seaport and a 10,000-foot runway with its associated airfield, Airmen of the 821st Air Base Group at Thule Air Base, Greenland, need to feel safe and secure to accomplish their mission.This is where Staff Sgt. Jake Davis, 821st Security Forces Squadron, and Military
  • Thule receives critical resupply shipment only once a year

    Pacer Goose Sustainment is the Air Force’s annual resupply mission for Thule Air Base in Greenland. This is the only time of the year when the Airmen of the 821st Air Base Group are provided with critical supplies.
  • 21st Space Wing leadership visit Thule

    Col. Thomas Falzarano, 21st Space Wing commander, and 21st SW Command Chief, Chief Master Sgt. Jacob Simmons, spoke to the Airmen of Thule Air Base, Greenland during an all call July 19, 2019. At the end of the all call, the 21st SW leadership opened the floor up for questions from the Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexandra M.
  • Sometimes a feeling is everything

    In the Armed Forces, many service members will miss holidays, anniversaries, birthdays, funerals and other special or unique occasions.
  • Summer wildlife in Greenland

    Some useful advice about the wildlife around Thule Air Base, Greenland: Do not feed the animals or approach them.
  • Thule welcomes new chief

    Every year, the 821st Air Base Group at Thule Air Base, Greenland, welcomes a chief master sergeant to become the group’s new superintendent.Chief Master Sgt. Lee Utsey, 821st ABG superintendent, landed at Thule AB in July 2019.Within the first few weeks of his arrival, Utsey and his team at Thule have been preparing for three consecutive large
  • Reserve Citizen Airmen showcase at one of the nation’s biggest air shows

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 302nd Airlift Wing arrived at one of the nation’s biggest air shows today to showcase the wing’s special aerial firefighting mission.
  • Officer assists in POW/MIA accounting efforts in Vietnam

    Opportunity is a funny thing, knocking when and where it will. For 2nd Lt. Tin Nguyen, 18th Space Control Squadron orbital event officer, an email he said he never saw coming took him across the Pacific Ocean to hunt for evidence in a 50-year-old mystery. Nguyen recently returned to his duties after completing a joint field activity in Vietnam, where he served as a linguist for the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, helping track down traces of U.S. service members and civilians missing from conflicts dating back to World War II.
  • 21st AMDS becomes part of 21st OMRS

    Col. Sam Johnson, 21st Space Wing vice commander, left, and Col. Michael J. Wood, the 21st Aerospace Medicine Squadron commander, roll up the 21st AMDS guidon July 19, 2019, on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The 21st AMDS was redesignated as part of the 21st Operational Medical Readiness Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class