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  • 2018 LRAFB Medical Guide

    Throughout this guide you will see the many services we provide within the 19 MDG, as well as a descriptive article on the referral process itself.
  • Training to Win

    Airmen are the weapon system we rely on each and every day to make the mission happen.   In order to fulfill our duty to perform the mission, we must be prepared in many ways.  Whether it is our primary career field and the task at hand, functioning under a variety of conditions and environments, or on the home front and in our work centers with
  • Local home-schooled children clean up base trail

    Twenty-four students and their moms from the local home-schooling organization Classical Conversations of Cabot visited Team Little Rock April 20, 2018, to clean up Nubbin Ridge Nature Trail and part of the big base lake to learn about and celebrate the 48th Annual Earth Day.
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Staff Sgt. Joyce Bray

    Name and Rank: Staff Sgt. Joyce I. Bray Unit: 19th Airlift Wing/ Judge Advocacy Duty title: NCO in charge of general law Hometown: Gaston, Indiana Time in service: 10 years and 10 months Time at Little Rock: 8 months Goals: Make Tech. Sgt. and travel more. Hobbies: Playing volleyball and bowling with her family Air Force Core Value portrayed: Service Before Self How does the individual portray the core value? Staff Sgt. Bray embodies all of the core values, but in her job, especially when helping others with legal assistance, she epitomizes Service Before Self.
  • Youth Center offers entertaining, educational options

    Youth Center programs offer children the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities before and after school at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The Youth Center offers the School Age Program for children 5- to 12-years old before and after school, and the Open Recreation Program for children 9- to 18-years old after school. Anybody,
  • Holocaust honored at LRAFB

    Team Little Rock honored Holocaust victims and survivors during the annual Holocaust Remembrance event April 12, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Attendees heard testimonies from a Holocaust survivor as well as a child of two Holocaust survivors at a luncheon. “There are a lot of books and documentaries out there about the Holocaust, but
  • New program refocuses safety protocol

    Little Rock Air Force Base is moving to a risk-based assessment and analysis approach to safety and protection issues known as Enterprise Protection Risk Management.
  • GFLR 18-06: Delivering military reach with agile combat airlift

    Personnel from the 34th Combat Training Squadron and U.S. Army personnel collaborated with coalition forces from France, New Zealand and Australia during the Green Flag Little Rock 18-06 exercise April 6-15, 2018, located at both Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, and Ft. Polk, Louisiana.Green Flag is a live joint-training-tactical exercise
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Airman 1st Class Jacob Ontiveros

    Name and Rank: Airman 1st Class Jacob Ontiveros Unit: 314th Operations Group Duty title: Intelligence Analyst Hometown: Tucson, AZ Time in service: 2 years Time at Little Rock: 1 year Goals: His goals are to complete his Community College of the Air Force degree and to be selected for Senior Airman Below the Zone. Hobbies: Playing and watching
  • University Center staff adheres to OPSEC

    Effective immediately, the University Center staff at Little Rock Air Force Base will incorporate a briefing focusing on operational security into mandated tuition assistance briefings about degree guidelines. The intention is to educate students on the requirement to clear all academic papers through the 19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs pertaining

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