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  • Glow run capstone event for AFAF campaign

    Participants of the Air Force Assistance Fund Family 5K covered themselves in glow paint and an assortment of glowing items May 4, 2018, as they became multicolored nightlights during a lowlight jog.
  • Maintaining Agile Combat Airlift: 19th AMXS Knights keep aircrew safe

    The 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Knights Unit is comprised of six maintenance-related career fields that work around-the-clock to support the Agile Combat Airlift mission. The unit is divided into five sections: crew chiefs, engines guidance and control, electrical, hydraulics, and communication and navigation. All sections support the 19th
  • Civilian Personnel Flight begins quarterly all calls

    Civilians and some military personnel packed the Walters Community Support Center April 24, 2018, for a Civilian All Call covering hiring, NAFpay website, personnel evaluations, Government Retirement and Benefits platform and civilian decorations. The 19th Force Support Squadron’s Civilian Personnel Flight hosted the event to discuss relevant topics and to provide education regarding personnel programs as they apply to Little Rock Air Force Base’s workforce.
  • American dream: Airman’s journey to citizenship

    Immigrants have a proud tradition of serving in the military. From the Revolutionary War to current conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, immigrants have made significant contributions to the United States by giving their talents.Alfred Rascon, an immigrant who served in the Vietnam War, earned the Medal of Honor and later became a U.S. citizen. He
  • Protecting our people protects our mission

    April is recognized by both military and civilian communities as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.  The campaign provides communities an opportunity to continue improving outreach and support to victims as well as expanding prevention efforts in the fight against sexual assault.  The Little Rock Air Force Base Sexual Assault Prevention
  • Law Day obstacle course teaches kids legal system

    Children from the youth center participated in a team-based obstacle course while learning about Law Day May 1, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. The American Bar Association recognizes Law Day on May 1 annually, celebrating the role of law in society to cultivate a deeper understanding of the legal profession by providing the theme
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Staff Sgt. John Gordon

    Name and Rank: Staff Sgt. John Gordon Unit: 34th Combat Training Squadron Duty title: Mission support supervisor Hometown: Gulfport, Mississippi Time in service: 11 years Time at Little Rock: Four years Goals: Complete last remaining Professional Military Education course and advance to the next rank Hobbies: Football and anything off-road vehicle
  • Spouses key to mission success

    Spouses of service members currently attending Airman Leadership School took their seat at the table May 3, 2018, and their importance to the Air Force mission was reaffirmed by Col. Gerald Donohue, 19th Airlift Wing commander. “The transition from Airman to NCO is a pivotal transition in an Airman’s career,” Donohue said. “I want to make sure that
  • Military child doodles way to Google award

    Ethan Darby, military dependent and homeschool student from Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, was selected as the state’s finalist for the 10th annual nationwide Doodle 4 Google contest. The contest allows children in grades K-12 to submit drawings for the chance to be featured on Google’s front page, and compete for various prizes including
  • Healthcare providers strengthen lines of communication

    Healthcare providers from Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., networked with their off-base counterparts Apr. 19, 2018, to share processes and best practices.

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