The department plans to add four additional KC-135s and up to 220 additional active duty personnel making it a total force unit and increasing the squadron’s total KC-135 aircraft to twelve.
“This EDA investment in the Alaska Travel Industry Association will expand their capacity to support businesses and communities as they strive to build back stronger in the face of the coronavirus pandemic,” says Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo.
The 49th State Angel Fund, gener8tor, and the Municipality of Anchorage are partnering in a concerted effort to help the Anchorage economy and workforce adapt to the economic impacts of COVID-19 and beyond.
The grant is to acquire heavy-duty equipment needed to expand workforce training efforts and will be matched with $499,040 in local funds.
The award recognizes the retailer’s marketing creativity and success during the fourth-annual “Alaska Grown $5 Challenge” campaign.
Alaska is the first state in the nation to remove eligibility requirements.