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Military Dogs

Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson's Military working dogs are a critical component of the mission. Trained to apprehend fleeing suspects, sniff out explosives, and conduct searches, these canine service members are highly-trained and considered valuable assets. They work with their handlers daily, practicing the skills they need on the battlefield and at home station.

Behind the 673rd Security Forces Squadron's Dogs
Behind The Scenes

A behind the scenes look at how this operation came to be, and an explanation about all of the equipment required to film this high-stakes project.

Telling the story of how Jber Salutes came to be
Operation COVID Strike

The Arctic Thunder is an airshow that took 2 years to plan and has faced many challenges during the pandemic. Once they were finally able to film the show, the results turned out spectacular...

7 Minutes of the Airforce's finest aircrafts in action


Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson's virtual air show, JBER Salutes, was filmed over by the team at DCV. Featuring several videos in full VR/360, the series includes the Joint Forces Demonstration, the F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team, interviews with service members, and more. DCV hired CXE to handle Post-Production for the below assets, leading to numerous awards and over 2 million views within the first week of launching.

Operation COVID Strike

Campaign Teaser

A pre-launch teaser video created to boost awareness, create engagement, and drive traffic to the event.

JBER Salutes

Raptor Demo

The F-22 Raptor is one of the greatest planes in the U.S. Air Force's inventory. With speed, stealth, and incredible maneuverability, this aircraft is a central part of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson's mission set.

A close look at the F-22 Raptor
Support Squadron

The 673d Force Support Squadron provides a robust array of outdoor activities and opportunities to Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors, Marines, and all eligible DoD ID card holders at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

A look at what there is to do at JBER off the field
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