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Two males wait on a concrete floor during an exercise wearing helmets. Airmen perform recovery actions during exercise
Little Rock Airmen practiced responding to different alarm conditions while performing regular aircraft maintenance and flying operations during  an exercise Feb. 22, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. Wing inspection team members evaluated the Airmen as they underwent the proper procedures after a simulated air attack. The teams took
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Man stands in front of four other men. Airmen test deployment readiness
Team Little Rock Airmen were put through their paces on what it meant to deploy and what to do in the event of an attack in a deployed environment during an exercise Feb. 21, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark.
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A male assists a male adjust a grey helmet. Airmen learn deployment procedures during exercise
Little Rock Airmen fine-tuned their skills during a deployment exercise Feb. 21, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. One of the simulations was focused on leaving for and arriving to a deployed location, and walking Airmen through out-processing from their home station. Airmen left on simulated flights and returned to a simulated
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Aerial porters from the 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron load cargo onto a C-17 Globemaster July 23, 2017, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. More than 100 Team Little Rock members will lead, coordinate and execute maintenance operations during Mobility Guardian 2017. The exercise will test each of Air Mobility Command’s core competencies including airlift, aerial refueling, aeromedical evacuation and mobility support operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Harry Brexel) Combat Airlifters prepare for Mobility Guardian '17
The Air Mobility Command’s largest exercise is set to kick off July 28, 2017 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Team Little Rock Airmen from a variety of career fields are set to participate however, maintainers from the 19th Maintenance Group will lead the charge from the ground to ensure aircrews take flight. According to AMC, Mobility
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U.S. Army personnel rescue Royal Canadian Air Force crew members from the 436 Transport Squadron as part of survival, evasion, resistance and escape training conducted during Green Flag Little Rock 17-04 Feb. 10, 2017, near Alexandria, La. During the exercise, aircrew members were selected randomly to participate in SERE training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stephanie Serrano) SERE training aides aircrew in real-world scenarios
The 34th Combat Training Squadron conducted survival,evasion, resistance and escape training during Green Flag Little Rock 17-04,Feb. 9-19, 2017.  SERE training provides aircrewmembers the crucial ability to survive on their own in any environment, underany condition, in the event their aircraft goes down. Various units from Air Mobility Command,
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Royal Canadian Air Force Cpl. Julien Simard, 436 Transport Squadron loadmaster, enters a C-130J during a pre-flight check Feb. 10, 2017, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Two aircraft and approximately 70 personnel from the RCAF came to Little Rock AFB to participate in Green Flag Little Rock 17-04. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Mercedes Taylor) GREEN FLAG 17-04: Simulations for real world situations
The 34th Combat Training Squadron executed Green Flag Little Rock 17-04, Feb. 9 – 19, 2017, one of Air Mobility Command’s largest exercises where a variety of real scenario-based routines were executed. Team Little Rock partnered with multiple units within Air Mobility Command for training simulations staged at Little Rock Air Force Base and
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