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Alaska offers 40% bonus on purchased miles

If you’re short on miles…it would be a solid time to shore up your accounts. Alaska is offering a 40% offer on purchased miles, or 2.1 cent per point. Alaska has incredibly valuable points. The biggest reason? They have a range of International...Show More Summary

Sarah Palin Posts Happy Photo Photo Showing Her Husband’s Bruised Face From The Assault By Their Son

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The New York Daily News reports: Sarah Palin rang in the New Year by sharing an image of her bruised beau. The one-term Alaska governor stated on Instagram she and her family were heading out to their cabin for New Year’s Eve, her photo...Show More Summary

Alaskan snowfall has doubled due to climate change

The study, led by researchers from Dartmouth College, shows modern snowfall levels in the Alaska Range at the highest in at least 1,200 years.

Which Part of the U.S. Is Closest to North Korea? How Kim Jong Un Could Destroy Los Angeles, Alaska, Chicago and New York

2 months agoNews : Newsweek: US

Alaska will be "in range" of a North Korean missile "very soon, if not now," said Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan.

dPS Ultimate Guide to Nature and Outdoor Photography

Introduction High on a ridge in the Brooks Range of Northern Alaska, I had an epiphany. It had to do with photography, sort of. Really, it had to do with the world in which we live. You see, I was climbing this steep slope on a little-forgotten...Show More Summary

Research suggests American Indians are finding 'image power' with social media

Throughout the United States' history, American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) communities have struggled with misrepresented portrayals in media and entertainment, ranging from silly characterizations to harmful stereotypes.

Art Break: Landscapes

Art Contrarian looks at a variety of artists and landscapes. The above is by Lisa Gilley of the Chugash Range in Alaska.

3 Tips to Help You Take Better Autumn Photos

I’ve recently returned from leading a photography workshop in the Alaska Range, south of my home in Fairbanks, Alaska. The trip was timed with the peak of fall colors. My students and I spent dozens of hours over the week, exploringShow More Summary

How to Find More Creativity Through Using Less Gear

In this article, A few weeks ago, I was packing for an 8-day photo workshop I was leading in the Alaska Range. It was autumn, which meant we’d be concentrating on the landscape, but there would likely be ample opportunities to photograph wildlife and create macros. Show More Summary

Successful filming of fastest aurora flickering

(Research Organization of Information and Systems) Researchers conducted a 3 year continuous high-speed imaging observation at Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska, USA, and identified the physics behind the flickering of aurora. At the same time, they discovered faster flickerings at speeds of 1/60-1/50 and 1/80 of a second.

North Korea Identifies Hawaii and Alaska as Possible Targets

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia Could they kill millions?  “Hawaii, where the U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) is stationed, and Alaska,” where part of the U.S. missile shield is based, are in range of North Korea’s missiles, the Rodong Sinmun wrote Sunday, according to NK News. Show More Summary

Hawaii, Alaska contemplate coming into North Korean missile range

Alarmed by North Korea's latest missile tests and claims that its newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) can carry a large nuclear warhead, Ward believes it is time to refurbish the tunnels as civilian shelters in case of a North Korean attack. Show More Summary

US defenses get pressured by North Korean missile advances

North Korea's newly demonstrated missile muscle puts Alaska within range of potential attack and stresses the Pentagon's missile defenses like never before. Even more worrisome, it may be only a … Click to Continue »

North Korean missile advances put new stress on US defenses

North Korea's newly demonstrated missile muscle puts Alaska within range of potential attack and stresses the Pentagon's missile defenses like never before. Even more worrisome, it may be only a … Click to Continue »

Forget Alaska. North Korea Might Soon Be Able to Nuke New York.

7 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

After the shock of North Korea’s ICBM test wore off, pundits began to reassure themselves: ‘It’s only Alaska that’s in range. That is fine.’ Here’s why they’re wrong.

North Korea missile flies 280 miles, splashes into ocean off Japan

8 months agoNews : USAToday: News

Two newly developed missiles tested earlier this month have potential ranges that include, according to some South Korean analysts, Alaska.        

Mount Huntington South Ridge Traverse: Q&A with Clint Helander and Jess Roskelley

Over April 18-25, Jess Roskelley and Clint Helander established one of the longest new alpine routes in the U.S., the South Ridge of Mount Huntington in the Alaska Range. In addition to its great length—8,500 feet—the circuitous traverse is noteworthy for its high commitment level (Alaska Grade... Continue reading

Denali's Raven

Third-generation pilot Leighan Falley on the importance of tundra tires, the devastating effects of the "white wind," and the sublime beauty of the Alaska Range

Get Ready, Russia and China: The U.S. Military Has Big Plans to Sink the World's Navies

Kris Osborn Security, Will it happen?  A 6,000-personnel strong joint-training exercise last year called Northern Edge, hosted by Alaskan Command above mountain ranges and the Gulf of Alaska, used networking technology to quickly send targeting coordinates from a fighter jet to land-based weapons.  Major participating units include U.S. Show More Summary

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