Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson’s Elephant walk photos

From Jber 3rd Wing

Today, our active-duty, Guard and Reserve units worked together to make this awesome “Moose Walk” happen!

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, JBER has continued generating combat airpower, defending the U.S. homeland and ensuring a free and open Indo-Pacific. 🇺🇸

Though this type of formation is more commonly called an “Elephant Walk,” our version was so named to pay homage to both Alaska’s unique wildlife and to the C-17 Globemaster III, often called “The Moose.”

This formation was followed by valuable integrated training in the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex.

477th Fighter Group 176th Wing, Alaska Air National Guard Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson - JBER U.S. Indo-Pacific Command U.S. Pacific Air Forces United States Air Force U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)

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That is actually really dope…

That is epic. The pictures are great. Wow.

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That looks amazing. 😍

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Very nice! Glad my base is showing its power!!

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@RotorGuy… MaxSez: I know he’s been there, done that! But, Went to Winter Training on the Range in January 1984 thru Elmendorf.
Nuff said…Max

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Ssccrreewww ttthhaattt!

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Heres some video of the “Moose walk”

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