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  • Reveille, Retreat time change

    The times for the playing of reveille and retreat over the base giant voice system will change Nov. 10, 2017. Reveille signals the start of the duty day, and retreat marks the end of the duty day and precedes the playing of the national anthem. "We are adjusting our bugle calls to match times more commonly seen at other bases,” said Col. Gerald
  • Locals gather supplies for Puerto Rico relief efforts

    Hurricane Maria was the 13th named storm, 7th consecutive hurricane, fourth major hurricane and the second category five hurricane of 2017. Among those affected by Hurricane Maria, the residents of U.S. Territory Puerto Rico was one group who experienced the devastation. The destruction left the inhabitants in need of shelter, food, water, medical
  • Team Little Rock explores Native American culture

    Arkansas’ first inhabitants knew well the rich resources and beauty of the land which has earned the name The Natural State. The Native Americans who occupied the region fished its rivers and lakes and hunted its forest and lands - just as we can today. In appreciation of Native American Heritage Month, 12 Team Little Rock members visited Petit
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Staff Sgt. George Clark

    Name and Rank: Staff Sgt. George ClarkUnit: 19 Security Forces  SquadronDuty title: Base defense operations center controllerHometown: Lecompte, LATime in service: 12 yearsTime at Little Rock: 13 monthsGoals: Balance the mission and homelifeHobbies: Basketball and FootballLocation for photo: Air Force Core Value portrayed: Service Before SelfHow
  • 314th tail flash displays historical link

    Team Little Rock will soon start to notice new colors flying in the air and parked on the taxiway as the 314th Airlift Wing has designed a new flash that now officially dons on one of its C-130Js. After more than a year of planning and coordination, a C-130 assigned to the 314th AW now displays a new completed tail flash. “The 314th AW 75th
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: A1C Zachary Pampuro

    Name and Rank:  A1C Zachary Pampuro Unit: 41 AS Duty title: C-130J Loadmaster Hometown: Berlin, CT Time in service: 13 months Time at Little Rock: 7 months Goals: Completing Bachelor's degree Hobbies: Surfing, Knitting, Mountain Biking Air Force Core Value portrayed: Excellence How does the individual portray the core value? While only in the
  • Red Ribbon Week: Drug prevention starts with kids

    At most Air Force installations, the Drug Demand Reductionprogram and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program are verymuch separate entities. But here at Little Rock AFB, ADAPT and DDR have teamedup to prevent alcohol and drug abuse amongst service members, their familiesand the local community.DDR and ADAPT, the first
  • Physical therapy knows your pain

     Commentary by Maj. Melissa Rose, Physical Therapy FlightCommanderDid you know that October was designated as NationalPhysical Therapy Month? This year, Physical Therapists around the nation areusing their month to raise awareness about the human toll on the opioidepidemic. Since 1999, the amount of opioids prescribed per person inthe US has
  • Crew chief key to combat airlift

    Did you know that every C-130J on Little Rock Air Force basehas a special key?  This key doesn’tstart the plane, it doesn’t open the plane, in fact it has no practical purposewith the plane at all. Yet a select few crew chiefs have the honor of receivingthis key where exceptional work is the standard.Little Rock AFB received a C-130J from Yakota
  • Fake IRS scams cause real problems

    With tax season around the corner, it’s important to know what’s real and fake in regards to communicating with the Internal Revenue Service. Thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams and fake IRS correspondence, according to the IRS.A vital thing to know to help protect yourself from a scam is
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