• Operation: North Wind

    • In Response to: Anchorage Storms
    • Location: Anchorage, AK
    • Active: Sep 29, 2012 - Sep 30, 2012
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Objective

On Operation: North Wind, Team Rubicon Region X – Alaska deployed a team of volunteers for debris removal and expedient home repair following high winds in Anchorage.

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September 17, 2012 Today was a great day for Team Rubicon Alaska; it was our first mission in support of our local community. You have to live here to understand, but we Alaskans are very self sufficient and very proud to be so. However; the call came from the AKVOAD (who just learned of our team this past week) that… Read More »

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TR on KTVA Alaska: Military Veterans Lend a Hand Cleaning Up After Talkeetna Floods

"Team Rubicon" has volunteers from multiple states KTVA.com TALKEETNA - It’s been a tough couple of weeks for some residents in Talkeetna who are only now getting a handle on damage done by flooding. But now, some of them are getting help from a group of military veterans whose mission is to lend a helping… Read More »

Field Reports

Operation: North Wind AAR

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Operation: North Wind (Alaska)

North Wind AAR PDF AFTER ACTION REPORT Operation name: Operation: North Wind Duration: 2 Days Dates: 15-30 Sep 12 (planning / leader involvement) , 29-30 Sep 12 (Execution) Locations: Anchorage, Alaska Executive Summary Paragraph 1: Pre-Deployment 1. All coordination that went into assembling teams, identifying initial rally points, and the insertion of recon teams.  –… Read More »

Reflections

Operation: North Wind – Reflection from Army Veteran Jeff Alberts

Today was a great day for Team Rubicon Alaska; it was our first mission in support of our local community. You have to live here to understand, but we Alaskans are very self sufficient and very proud to be so. However; the call came from the AKVOAD (who just learned of our team this past week) that… Read More »