It’s Not Christmas Without This Unique Alaska Holiday Tradition

If you live in Anchorage, you will undoubtedly look for the “Star on the Mountain” as a sign of the winter season. On JBER land, short for Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, this large star of lights shines throughout the Anchorage area. A holiday tradition in Alaska, the star spreads it’s light to everyone through the long, dark winter nights.

Here is a video from JBER (Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson):

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