What is your favorite holiday tradition? 

Watching holiday movies in a certain order.

Even when I’m separated from my family, we watch them on the same night, so it’s like watching them together.

We start with “Holiday Inn” on Thanksgiving and end with “It’s a Wonderful Life” on Christmas Eve.

Lt Col Jennifer Mack , Commander

What is your favorite holiday tradition? 

Getting up super early and making monkey bread.

The aroma from the brown sugar and cinnamon lights the house up.

Everyone gathers to enjoy the fresh bread, hot chocolate, and sing carols.

Mrs. Suzette Betsill , Deputy Director

What is your favorite holiday tradition? 

To have dinner on Christmas Eve with family and staying up until midnight to open our presents.

SrA Andonis Garcia , Iditarod Dining Facility

What is your favorite holiday tradition? 

Spending quality time with my parents and little sister, whether it be cooking or watching my sister open her presents.

Nigel Floyd , Buckner Fitness Center

What is your favorite holiday tradition? 

Mine is a little different than normal, we get up early and travel somewhere new.

Last year we went out exploring Palmer and the year before that we were in Paris!

We just pick somewhere random on our adventure list and go.

Kayla Jenkins, Outdoor Adventure Program

What is your favorite holiday tradition? 

We enjoy getting a new ornament every year that represents special moments.

The Cornett Family

JBER Life!

JBER Life! Magazine is one of JBER’s best resources for staying up to date with events every month. The monthly magazine boasts over 30 pages of upcoming activities from each of our facilities. You’ll find family, fitness, morale, wellness, and recreational opportunities available for all ages. These programs are open to every branch of service, including family members, retirees, and our JBER civilian community. Check out this month’s copy below or pick one up inside any of our FSS facilities!

JBER Life! December

OAP Guide

Outdoor Adventure Program

Outdoor Adventure Guide is the best way for JBER community members to plan the ultimate Alaskan adventure! This guide provides a full inventory of all trips, classes, and events with the JBER Outdoor Adventure Program. You’ll find a variety of explorations to choose from at unbeatable prices as well as exclusive trips for our Single Service Members (open to all branches), Women in the Wilderness Program, and Rec★On (for Active Duty & dependents). Free classes are offered all year long to prepare you to take on the wilderness at any time. As the seasons change, be sure to look out for the newest guides, right here at JBERLife.com. Take a peak inside – adventure awaits!

Facility Guide

This Facility Guide was created to give you a glimpse of all of the opportunities provided by the 673rd Force Support Squadron. The FSS is your MWR, offering everything from child care to outdoor adventures. As you read about our programs, keep in mind they are open to every branch of service, family members, retirees, and the JBER civilian community. The centerfold of this guide includes a map of the entire installation (not available online) to help you find your way around.

Facility Guide