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The Economic Impact Statement (EIS) provides
unclassified information about the resources and economic impact of Little Rock AFB on the surrounding community.

This document is made available to senior military officials, federal, state, and local officials, as well as local business leaders and visitors to the base.

The installation’s economic impact on the local community is calculated from local area spending based on budgetary expenditures. For the computation of average pay, the local
community includes Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Conway. All information captured herein is current as of Sept. 30, 2017.
FY17 ECONOMIC IMPACT STAT... Download Document
19th AW Mission, Vision and Priorities
2017 MISSION AND PRIORITY... Download Document
FOR PUBLIC COMMENT
Pursuant to provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), 42 United States Code (USC) §§ 4321–4270d, implementing Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Regulations, 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) §§ 1500–1508, and 32 CFR 989, Environmental Impact Analysis Process, the U.S. Air Force (USAF) assessed the potential environmental consequences associated with multiple projects at Little Rock Air Force Base (AFB), Arkansas.

Little Rock AFB plans to implement 16 projects involving construction of new facilities and infrastructure, facility renovations and infrastructure improvements, and building demolition. Each project has its own purpose and need.

The Environmental Assessment (EA), incorporated by reference into this finding, analyzes the potential environmental consequences of activities associated with each of the proposed actions and provides environmental protection measures to avoid or reduce adverse nvironmental
impacts.

The EA considers all potential impacts of the proposed actions and the No Action Alternatives. The EA also considers cumulative environmental impacts with other past, present, and reasonably foreseeable actions within the region that could interact with implementation of the proposed actions at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.
DRAFT Environmental Asses... Download Document
Throughout this guide you will see the many services provided within the 19 MDG, as well as a descriptive article on the referral process itself.
2018 LRAFB MEDICAL GUIDE Download Document
Little Rock AFB is committed to conducting its national security mission in an environmentally responsible manner that will protect human health, natural resources, and the environment. In support of this commitment, it is our objective to ensure the progressive improvement of the Environmental Management System (EMS) aspects and impacts in all operations, facilities and daily activities. Our goal is to provide the best possible environment to safeguard the lives and health of everyone living and working on Little Rock AFB and our surrounding communities through programs dedicated to continual improvement.
2018 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY Download Document
Attached is the list of medications currently available from the Little Rock AFB pharmacy. The formulary is structured to provide the broadest possible array of medications within the constraints of budget and DoD policy. Please note the formulary can change as often as every three months.
PHARMACY FORMULARY SEP 20... Download Document
The attached Annual Drinking Water Quality Report produced by the Arkansas Department of Health is provided to inform you of the installation water quality, as well as the services delivered.  All monitoring results reported are within regulatory limits. Your water is safe for consumption.
LRAFB 2016 ANNUAL DRINKIN... Download Document
In accordance with (IAW) AFI 48-144, Drinking Water Surveillance, the Little Rock AFB Bioenvironmental Engineering (BE) Flight conducts the water surveillance and compliance program for the installation, and this is their quarterly report.
Little Rock AFB Water Qua... Download Document
Throughout this guide you will see the many services provided within the 19th Medical Group, as well as a descriptive article on the referral process itself.  Additional items you will see throughout this guide include new and improved projects and processes implemented and embraced over this last year.
2017CA MEDICAL GUIDE.PDF Download Document
Blended retirement system infographic
Blended retirement system... Download Document
In accordance with (IAW) AFI 48-144, Drinking Water Surveillance, the Little Rock AFB Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight (BEF) conducts the water surveillance and compliance program for the installation.
LRAFB WATER QUALITY REPOR... Download Document
The Economic Impact Statement (EIS) provides unclassified information about the resources and economic impact of Little Rock AFB on the surrounding community.

This document is made available to senior military officials, federal, state, and local officials, as well as local business leaders and visitors to the base. 

The installation’s economic impact on the local community is calculated from local area spending based on budgetary expenditures.

For the computation of average pay, the local community includes Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Conway. All information captured herein is current as of Sept. 30, 2016.
The total value of Little Rock AFB’s economic impact is $469.2 million.
FY16 ECONOMIC IMPACT STAT... Download Document
The Economic Impact Statement (EIS) provides unclassified information about the resources and economic impact of Little Rock AFB on the surrounding community.

This document is made available to senior military officials, federal, state, and local officials, as well as local business leaders and visitors to the base.
FY15 ECONOMIC IMPACT STAT... Download Document
In an effort to ensure the safety of the children on LRAFB, effective immediately by order of the installation commander: children ages 13 and under may not operate an electric or gas
powered conveyance (scooter, skateboard, bicycle or similar devices) on LRAFB except under direct parental supervision. Direct supervision is defined as maintaining visual contact and being in a position to intervene.
MOTORIZED SCOOTER POLICY Download Document
In accordance with (IAW) AFI 48-144, Drinking Water Surveillance, the Little Rock AFB Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight (BEF) conducts the water surveillance and compliance program for the installation. The base drinking water program is supported by numerous base agencies which include: Civil Engineering-Water/Fuels Maintenance (CEOIU), Civil Engineering-Environmental (CEIE), Public Affairs (PA), Judge Advocate (JA) and the BEF, together, these agencies comprise the Drinking Water Working Group (DWWG). The water surveillance and compliance program consists of 1) Routine compliance sampling to meet federal, state, and Air Force (AF) requirements, 2) Non-routine/response samples required following incidents affecting drinking water quality (i.e. water service line breaks), 3) Cooperation with the Jacksonville Water Board (Water Purveyor) and 4) Direct correspondence with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). The ADH has primacy for the state of Arkansas and regulates all public water systems within the state, IAW the Safe Drinking Water Act.
LITTLE ROCK AFB WATER QUA... Download Document
Attached is the LRAFB Quarterly Water Quality Report for Q2 2016.  This report is intended to meet requirements for the Drinking Water Working Group IAW AFI48-144, Drinking Water Surveillance Program.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Bioenvironmental Engineering Office. 987-7398.
WATER QUALITY REPORT 2ND ... Download Document
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