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Airman looks over top of plane through plastic bubble. Cascadia contingencies incorporate joint training
Cascadia. It’s a subduction zone along the western coast of the United States set to cause an earthquake every few hundred years capable of devastating much of the western seaboard in a matter of minutes.
0 7/18
2018
Man turns wrench. PMEL: Setting standard for excellence
The Precision Measurement Evaluation Laboratory calibrates equipment on Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., to ensure the validity of readings and results of equipment.
0 7/10
2018
A woman in the Airman Battle Uniform and sunglasses peers down the scope of an M24 sniper weapon system. 19 SFS Airman finished ADM training as first female in 5 years
The coolness of the metal spread over the left side of her face as she gently laid her cheek on the buttstock of an M24 sniper weapon system. “Send it!” The command was given. She emptied the hot air from her lungs and peered through the sweat dripping from her brow down the rifle’s scope as she slowly squeezed the trigger. BOOM! The only sounds
0 6/20
2018
Service member speak to a local on a beach in Normandy, France. Don't be late for dinner: Normandy family dinner
Before Hitler, Hirohito and Mussolini combined to form the Axis Powers and sent the world to war, people regularly enjoyed commonalities such as family dinners and playing sports with friends. With the attack on Pearl Harbor, America went to war, quickly transforming their idyllic world into one wrought with conflict. June 6, 1944, D-Day. Men
0 6/12
2018
An Airman looks at an aircraft part beside a black light. Finding potential mishaps before they happen: NDI Airmen
Gloved hands pull a vital aircraft component from glowing, toxic pools of chemically-laced liquid designed to reveal otherwise unseen dangers.
0 4/17
2018
A girl in a red shirt and black ball cap hugs a brown horse with a white stripe down it's nose while smiling. Four-legged friends lead Airman to stable relationship
The gate hinges creak as she shuts it behind her. Her boots, frayed from use, create a small dust cloud with every step as she walks toward her favorite part of the day. A smile erupts on her face which is matched with a greeting when Airman 1st Class Samantha Purdy, 19th Security Forces Squadron visitor center clerk, finally sees her horses for
0 3/22
2018
Man does inclined bench press, while another man stands over him. Airmen strengthen ‘fit-to-fight’ potential at Fitness Center
Becoming fit-to-fight doesn’t require running a marathon or scaling a mountain; it does require dedication, time and effort necessary to become a physically capable Airman.
0 2/27
2018
Senior Airman Gabriella Bellou, 19th Operations Support Squadron air traffic control journeyman, and Airman 1st Class Kyle Hood, 19th OSS air traffic control apprentice, use a simulator to assist Hood in his upgrade training Jan. 10, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The simulator is the primary tool used in air traffic control upgrade training, which can take up to a year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rhett Isbell) Air traffic control: Growing real world skills in simulated environments
“Little Rock Tower, this is ROCK01, Little Rock Tower, this is ROCK01, Little Rock Tower, this is ROCK01 …”
0 1/30
2018
Senior Airman Akilah Hall, 19th Medical Support Squadron diagnostic imaging technologist, performs an X-ray on a patient Dec. 5, 2017, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The X-ray tube is maneuverable enough to capture X-rays of patients sitting and lying down. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rhett Isbell) Radiology: Helping Airmen heal hidden hurts
Without members of the radiology clinic lending a guiding light, doctors would be the ones operating in the dark.
0 12/12
2017
Woman reads book to group of children More than child care: Providing heart
Handling six small children in one’s home is not something everyone could manage, but Malissa Kaye has been doing it for nearly 17 years. Not only can she handle it she loves and excels at it. Kaye garnered the 2017 Little Rock Air Force Base Family Child Care Provider of the Year.
0 12/08
2017
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