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  • Retirees helping retirees

    The Little Rock Air Force Base Retiree Activities Office serves as the interface between the active and retired communities. It is an official Air Force staffed by volunteers. All military retirees regardless of service, surviving spouses of retired and active-duty personnel and all military members about to retire are served by the RAO. John
  • QA - The Eyes And Ears

    Little Rock Air Force Base's 314th Maintenance Squadron and the 314th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron join forces to form the 314th Maintenance Group's Quality Assurance flight to ensure standards are upheld and maintenance is accomplished correctly and safely. Quality assurance consists of approximately 20 members combined from the 314th Maintenance
  • Youth hunter education course offered on base

    The 189th Airlift Wing's Youth Group will sponsor a youth hunter education class during the September unit training assembly weekend. The class is open to all military youth ages 10 and over.The class will be held Sept. 13-14, in the 189th Operations Group auditorium, Building 118. Class times are Sept. 13, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m., with an hour break for
  • Base senior NCO recognized by ANG

    A senior noncommissioned officer was presented the 2007 Air National Guard Air Force Communications and Information Award. Senior Master Sergeant Joe Lucchesi, the 189th Communications Flight communications computer systems superintendent, was chosen as the top senior NCO in the category of computer systems. Sergeant Lucchesi advocated funding,
  • Base Guard NCO earns Air National Guard recognition

    A noncommissioned officer from the 189th Communications Flight was selected as one of the 2007 Air National Guard Air Force Communications and Information Awards winners. Staff Sgt. Earnest K. Donnell, a voice network systems craftsman, was also nominated as the top noncommissioned officer in the field of communications-electronic systems by the
  • ESGR presents annual awards to state employers

    More than 20 employers of Arkansas Guardsmen and Reservists took home top honors and received high praise at a ceremony here July 15. The state's Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve committee handed out awards to more than 20 companies and government agencies for their support of military members who have been called away from their civilian
  • Last Air Force student graduates from Guard loadmaster school

    Student No. 4181, Air Force Reserve Staff Sgt. Amie Starcher of the 95th Airlift Squadron, Pope Air Force Base, N.C., walked up on stage, received her wings, saluted smartly and was the last Air Force loadmaster or flight engineer to graduate July 11 from the Air National Guard's Enlisted Aircrew Academic School. Over the last 20 years, the school
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