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  • MDG officials unveil $3.7 million renovation project

    Officials unveiled Phase Two of the 314th Medical Group's multi-million renovation project this week, when several new offices opened to customers. The $3.7 million renovation project focused on updating the women's health, family practice, pediatric, immunization and physical health assessment clinics, and building a new records storage area,
  • LRS to support Airmen and their families with car inspections

    More than ten 314th Logistics Readiness Squadron Airmen are taking time Jan. 27 to provide deployed or deploying Airmen and their spouses with free car inspections. Base vehicle maintenance technicians are inspecting vehicles 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the auto hobby shop (Bldg. 450) Saturday to help Airmen's families have a little peace of mind while their
  • Blotter - 314th Security Forces Squadron

    Weekly warrant watch Warrants discovered on those trying to gain entry to the base: 6 Number extradited: 2 Court dates issued: 5 (Note: Individuals may have multiple warrants or court dates.) Jan. 14 Oversleeping? An Airman was apprehended for not showing up to an extra duty shift for the weekend. When security forces visited his dorm room, they
  • Quarterly award winners named

    Congratulations to the following Little Rock Air Force Base fourth-quarter award winners: Company Grade Officer of the Quarter: Capt. Patricia Hoogeveen Airman of the Quarter: Airman 1st Class Kevin Rivera NCO of the Quarter: Staff Sgt. Jill Curbo Senior NCO of the Quarter: Senior Master Sgt. Michael Wood Ceremonial Guardsman of the Quarter: Staff
  • Airmen receive nonjudicial punishments

    The following Little Rock Air Force Base members received nonjudicial punishments during the month of December. 314th Maintenance Squadron A senior airman failed to follow the proper technical order procedures. The member received a suspended reduction to airman first class, forfeiture of $300 pay for two months and 30 days extra duty. 314th
  • Our luck has run out; general says get ‘back to basics’

    The Air Mobility Command deputy director of Air, Space and Information Operations shared a safety message with Little Rock AFB Airmen Jan. 11 on the recent number of worldwide Class A mishaps. Brig. Gen. Frederick Roggero stated in his aircrew call that in the last 16 months, five aircrews were involved in Class A mishaps, luckily with no
  • 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
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