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  • One person, seven skillsets

    From the flightline to dining facility, Airmen are diligently working to become experts in their specific career fields, however, a select few at the 19th Medical Group are challenged to go above and beyond and become proficient in more than seven skillsets. Independent duty medical technicians provide full-spectrum of patient care at remote sites
  • Tempering anger with Family Advocacy class

    A kettle sits on a stove top. Wisps of steam slowly escape the spout, producing a low-pitched hiss. Suddenly, steam starts billowing out and all that can be heard is a whistle as the water in the kettle has reached a boiling point. Feeling this way because of anger may be a sign that it needs to be addressed before it can affect an Airman’s
  • Safe school year start

    Many families experience a frantic scramble while preparing for the start of the school year. However, it’s important to remember that accidents around the home can occur at any moment. Planning ahead before an accident or emergency can occur is a crucial part of staying safe. Simple measures such as having a plan for emergency situations, the
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: A1C Matthew Head

    Rank/Name: Airman 1st Class Matthew Head Unit: 189th Airlift Wing Civil Engineer Squadron Guard Status: Traditional Job Title: Emergency Management Apprentice Civilian Employment: Arkansas Department of Emergency Management Position:  Duty Officer Hometown:  Vilonia, Ark. Time on Station: 1 year and 8 months Hobbies/goals:  Being outdoors and
  • Legal office: providing care, assistance

    As stewards of the military justice system, the 19th Airlift Wing Legal Office at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, assists commanders in maintaining good order and discipline in their units. Although "JA" stands for Judge Advocate, its unofficial meaning in the legal office is "just ask.""The difference between the legal office and civilian
  • Softball All-Star Day hits morale home run

    Intramural softball players competed in the 2017 SoftballAll-Star Day games Aug. 3, 2017, at Little Rock Air Force Base. The Home Run Derby and the All-Star game raised morale andpromoted friendly competition leading up to the championship game at the end ofthe softball season. “We’re halfway through the season already,” said Staff Sgt.David
  • Slow down: school traffic safety prevents injuries

    August marks the end of summer vacation and the start of the new school year. Now in session is the Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter school: Flightline Upper Academy and beginning Monday, Arnold Drive Elementary will open its doors.  Road rules for child safety will be strongly enforced by the 19th Security Forces Squadron at Little Rock Air Force
  • Air Force senior leaders unveil new priorities

    In a recent letter to the Total Force, Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright released their new priorities and addressed issues Airmen face day to day.
  • 20/20 readiness

    Fumbling through the ins and outs of an aircraft, your fingers trace the different mechanisms of a C-130J.  Everything is blurred, yet you are required to fix a broken unit. You have 10 minutes to complete this task. Would reduced sight prevent you from completing the mission?The 19th Medical Group Optometry Clinic ensures Airmen at Little Rock Air
  • Materiel management: Circulating supplies, excellence

    The 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron materiel management flight works hard 24/7 to pump out essential components to keep the Combat Airlift mission going.
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