Alaska Aerospace Announces New President and Chief Executive Officer

February 27, 2024

Today, the Alaska Aerospace Corporation announced the selection of Colonel John Oberst, United States Air Force (Ret) as its new President and Chief Executive Officer. The Alaska Aerospace Corporation Board unanimously selected Colonel Oberst after an exhaustive nationwide search. Colonel Oberst is a long time Alaskan resident, with a broad background in the military and space industry, who brings a wealth of […]

Alaska Aerospace releases 2023 Annual Report

January 19, 2024

Alaska Aerospace has released its 2023 Annual Report.  The report highlights the numerous accomplishments of the state-owned corporation and provides the audited financial results for the state fiscal year 2023. “The team has successfully navigated the complexities of the aerospace sector, fostered innovation, and leveraged the collective expertise of our very committed and dedicated and diverse team of individuals, working together as […]

Space Symposium 2022

April 7, 2022

Thank you 37th Space Symposium! Last day to stop by our booth. #1176

Alaska Aerospace Releases 2021 Annual Report

February 17, 2022

ANCHORAGE, AK:  Alaska Aerospace has released their 2021 Annual Report.  The report highlights the numerous accomplishments of the state-owned corporation and provides the audited financial results for the state fiscal year 2021. “Despite the continuing challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Alaska Aerospace’s agility to adjust to everchanging conditions resulted in solid business performance,” stated Robert McCoy, Alaska Aerospace Board of Directors […]

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Alaska Aerospace Changes Name Rocket Launch Complex

New name reflects great service coverage for customers Anchorage, Alaska – The Kodiak Launch Complex is no longer, in name at least. Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC), a premier aerospace company that owns and operates the non-Federal Kodiak Launch Complex, announces that it is renaming the facility “Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska” (PSCA) to reflect the growing capability of AAC to meet customer […]
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Kodiak Launch Complex Reconstruction Update

Kodiak, Alaska – In preparation to rebuild the Kodiak Launch Center’s Launch Pad -1 (LP-1) facilities after a recent anomaly, local Alaskan construction crews have cleared all of the debris from the area. The damaged facilities are being readied for repair work that is planned for the spring and summer. The work is on schedule, allowing the facilities to be back in […]
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Alaska Aerospace Corporation Fy 2016 Budget Fact Sheet

The State of Alaska is facing a significant fiscal challenge with the recent decline in oil revenues. The state budget for FY 2016 is projected to have more than a $3.5 Billion deficit.  Today, Governor Walker released his revised FY 2016 state budget, which did not include the $4.175 million state funding request for operations and sustainment of Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) This […]
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State Spaceports Receive Federal Funding

Anchorage, Alaska – The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) will receive half of the $6 million in the Federal Fiscal Year 2015 Appropriations Omnibus Bill (HR83) for state owned spaceports. AAC has been working with the Alaska congressional delegation for the past two years to establish a program to support non-Federal spaceports that provide launch services in support of the national security space […]
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Lockheed Martin Wins Medium Lift Rfp

Anchorage, Alaska – Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) President and CEO Craig Campbell announced the winner of the request for proposals to provide medium lift launch capability at the Kodiak Launch Complex. Lockheed Martin Commercial Launch Services submitted the winning bid and has been given an “Intent to Award” letter from AAC. “I am very excited about this announcement because we will be […]
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Blackbridge Partners Aac

Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) has signed a five-year distribution agreement with BlackBridge for its RapidEye multispectral imagery. Imagery sales will be primarily focused on the state of Alaska. Craig Campbell, president and CEO of AAC, had this to say about the agreement, “I could not be more pleased to announce our partnership in supplying RapidEye imagery of Alaska to customers. As a […]
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Kodiak Launch Complex Status Summary

During preparation and planning for the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT) Advanced Hypersonic Weapon (AHW) mission, an Environmental Assessment (EA) was prepared as required under the National Environmental Policy Act. The EA and the Finding of No Significant Impact were provided to the public for review and comment prior to the mission (public was notified via […]
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Alaska Aerospace Corporation Announces Test Failure

A test failure occurred at AAC’s Kodiak Launch Complex.  No one was injured.  The Narrow Cape Area will be closed beyond KLC until further notice.

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