All Alaska Airmen must submit to an experimental COVID shot by Dec. 2 or face military discipline and separation. Those seeking a narrow medical or religious exemption have until Oct. 12 to make their requests known. This information was shared in two
The following letter was signed by 38 members of the Alaska Army National Guard, urging Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Sen. Dan Sullivan, Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Rep. Don Young to take immediate action to stand up for soldiers who have declined to receive COVID shots.
In an effort to show support for the medical freedoms of U.S. soldier who oppose the military’s new mandate regarding COVID shots, Mat-Su residents will hold two rallies, Aug. 27-28. “The concerned community members of the Valley are showing their
Editor’s note: After verifying the author’s identity and Alaska residency, the Alaska Watchman has agreed to let her use a pseudonym in order to protect her family and her husband’s military career. I am writing this piece to illustrate the coming
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