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1255 Vandenberg Blvd.
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Little Rock AFB, AR 72099

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White female sitting in a chair with her arms stretched wide as she shows how to stretch out your back and shoulders. Civilians’ wellness in health-conscious military
As a civilian employee working on Little Rock Air Force Base, I’m surrounded by health-conscious Airmen who exercise at least three times a week. Unlike me, they don’t seem to struggle with eating right and drinking water instead of doughnuts and gallons of sugary soda. I’m probably 40 pounds overweight. I huff and puff when I walk up the stairs, and don’t sleep well for most of the week. After receiving two emails about the Civilian Health Promotion Services Wellness Outreach, I signed up for The Importance of Sleep, Building a Healthy Core, and Physical Health Triangle, to get tips on living a healthier life and to see what CHPS had to offer during this annual event.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo OP ED 19 AW Role in National Defense Based on New Strategy
Our Airmen are busier than ever and remain dedicated toour mission. On average, every three minutes a Mobility Air Forces aircrafttakes off at some location across the world ensuring America’s Air Force isalways there, and our 19th Airlift Wing Airmen contribute to this astoundingfeat. In 2017, we launched over 1,750 missions to support a variety
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2018
Default Air Force Logo We’re All Personnelists at Heart
As Team LittleRock (TLR) welcomes 2018 with ambition, open arms and a fair amount ofuncertainty, it is incumbent upon Commanders to stress the importance ofputting “first things first” and effectively communicating our priorities as webrace for what 2018 has to offer. In the spirit of empowerment andtransparency, as well as in an effort to
0 2/06
2018
Single engine white Cessna aircraft in the middle of a field as taken from 1500 feet above it. C-130 aircrews: no strangers to providing assistance on ground
C-130 aircrews are no strangers to providing assistanceto those on the ground.  Normally thattakes the form of delivering critical supplies to a remote outpost or puttingcombat-rigged airborne troops safely on a drop zone.  However, on a recent 62d Airlift Squadronstudent training mission our formation was able to unexpectedly lend a hand tolocal
0 2/02
2018
U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Sarah Santoro, 41st Airlift Squadron Commander, speaks to current and former members of the squadron during a reunion March 24, 2017, at the flightline on Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The celebration honored of the 75th anniversary of the 41st AS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Grace Nichols) 75 years strong: 41st Airlift Squadron celebrates historical milestones
             The 41stAirlift Squadron celebrated its 75 year anniversary in February 2017, invitingall current and former Black Cats and friends to commemorate the occasion.  The 41st AS stems from a long tradition oftactical airlift, which all began in mid-February, 1942, with the creation ofthe 41st Troop Carrier Squadron at Duncan Field, Texas. 
0 3/07
2017
Default Air Force Logo #Leadership - deeds, not words, make it happen
Leadership is necessary. Leadership is crucial. Leadership is vital.Leadership is -insert your favorite adjective here. Leadership, the word, is just worn out. In the Air Force, we hear this word so often it seems to have lost its value - it's watered down.We have overused it so much it has become more of a tagline, or a label, or a cliché rather
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Why I am a Victim's Advocate
When I was sophomore through senior in college, I became a peer-tutor mentor, which was a student that helped freshman smoothly transition from high school to their first year of college in any way that was needed.While performing the duties as a mentor, a door was opened for me to have the unique privilege and unexpected chance to become an
0 4/03
2014
Default Air Force Logo The diamond experience
Have you ever sat in your unit wondering, "Who can I talk to about this issue, or how is my unit allowing this to happen?"Ever thought to yourself, "I would never handle an issue that way"?Well, I can recall being that person a time or two. It wasn't until I actually tried to be part of the solution, approached my first sergeant about an issue and
0 4/03
2014
Default Air Force Logo AMC commander, chief send well holiday wishes
As we continue through this holiday season and approach the new year, Ricki and I, along with Chief Kaiser and Debbie, want to share how extremely proud we are of you - our mobility Airmen and the mission you accomplish every day. Thank you for all you do in support of our great nation.Whether you're at home station or deployed to a forward
0 12/20
2013
Capt. Candice Adams Ismirle awaits her radiation treatment Oct. 22, 2013, at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, in Bethesda, Md. After approximately two years in remission, Ismirle recently learned her cancer had returned.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Russ Scalf) Breast Cancer; More Than a Ribbon
I'm sure by now most people don't need to be reminded that October is breast cancer awareness month. How could you have missed it? With all the ribbons, "Save the Ta-Tas" T-shirts, bracelets, earrings, shoe laces and other pink doodads it's fairly hard to forget. Don't get me wrong, this is not a soapbox about the big business of breast cancer.
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2013
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