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  • Officers to possibly face RIF

    The Air Force will hold a Reduction in Force board for officers with six to 12 years of service if force shaping goals are not met. "While the goal has been to reduce active-duty end strength through voluntary programs where possible, if at the end of the extended Voluntary Separation Pay application window the (fiscal year) 2007 goal has not been
  • Free tax service starts Tuesday

    The 2006 tax season is upon us and the 314th Airlift Wing's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program provides free electronic filing services to all active duty military, retired military, military dependents and federal civilian employees. The tax center is scheduled to open Tuesday in the Conference Center Wings Room. Although the base office does
  • 24 lieutenants selected for promotion to captain

    Congratulations to the following base captain promotees: 314th Airlift WingChristopher Anderson and Tanquer Dyer 314th Maintenance Group Patrick Rienzi and Nicole Shandera 314th Mission Support Squadron Christopher Clute 314th Communications Squadron Charles Holmes 314th Civil Engineer Squadron Michael Hostetler, Joseph Mhyra and Shawn Christensen
  • Honored for 53 years of service

    The 314th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity Program Manager turns the next page of his 53 year career as he retires Jan. 5. Wincie "Dan" Daniel has served 50-plus years in the Air Force and civil service. A former command pilot with more than 6,000 hours, Mr. Daniel entered the Air Force as an aviation cadet in July 1953. His military career included
  • SMSgt’s family wins contest to visit North Pole, Santa

    What started as a simple essay on the sacrifices a Little Rock Air Force Base family has made in recent years turned into a winning contest submission and a family trip to North Pole, Alaska, to visit Santa and attend the first-ever "Top of the World" Toy Summit. Tanya Spillane, wife of Senior Master Sgt. John "Mickey" Spillane, 29th Weapons
  • Arkansas ANG unit eyes battlefield from Little Rock

    With their eyes focused on computer screens, intelligence analysts from the Arkansas Air National Guard's 123rd Intelligence Squadron are keeping watch over the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan as they process intelligence live for the nation's war fighters. The unit began analyzing intelligence in near real-time for its customers Dec. 15.
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