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ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - JBER officials are currently responding to a bomb threat Monday, according to a base spokesperson, though it's not immediately clear how it is affecting military members, base residents or the public.
The threat was called in some time over the weekend, according to public affairs specialist Keisha Lafayette.
Pence is scheduled to arrive in Alaska on Monday, according to his office. Further word on his itinerary haven’t been released, but he is scheduled to inspect missile-defense installations in the Last Frontier.
ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - JBER officials finished responding to a bomb threat at 3 p.m. Monday, according to base spokespersons. Moreover, they confirmed that no explosives were located.
Senior Master Sgt. Jill LaVoie, public affairs superintendent with JBER, said the national guard building was evacuated to be searched. The search lasted for several hours, because the building is "very large."
originally posted by: Blaine91555
With that many miles of pipe it would be a real mess. Take forever to stop it.