AH-64 Apache pilot certification training at Fort Wainwright, Alaska

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AH-64 Apache aviators from 1st Battalion, 25th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, conduct pilot certification training Jan. 20, 2016, at Fort Wainwright, Alaska.

The 1-25th ARB is in the process of certifying its aviators to validate the unit for potential future deployments in the Pacific and across the world.

Photo by  Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

Fort Wainwright is a United States Army post adjacent to Fairbanks in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is part of the Fairbanks, Alaska Metropolitan Statistical Area. Since 1978 Fort Wainwright has been investigating and cleaning up soil and water contamination from a landfill and drum burial site, fuel terminal, coal storage yard/fire training pits, open detonation area and underground storage tanks. It was Superfund listed in 1990.

AH-64 Apache  Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

AH-64 Apache Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

AH-64 Apache  Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

AH-64 Apache Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

AH-64 Apache  Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

AH-64 Apache Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

AH-64 Apache  Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

AH-64 Apache Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean Brady

 


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