News happening around Little Rock Air Force Base


  • Enlisted aircrew training winds down at Keesler

    Although packers are busy disconnecting and crating equipment, training continues for the last 10 students in the 1A3 airborne mission system specialist course in the 332nd Training Squadron here. The last Keesler class graduates Tuesday as part of the transition to the Career Enlisted Aviator Center of Excellence at Lackland AFB, Texas. "I don't
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  • CC to Airmen: You're the best!

    The 314th Airlift Wing commander held three commander's calls Dec. 15 to update the enlisted force on the upcoming challenges of Little Rock Air Force Base and the changes Airmen will see in coming years. During the 7:30 a.m. commander's call with airmen basic through senior airmen, Gen. Kip Self, 314th Airlift Wing commander, spoke on several
  • Airmen receive NJP in November

    During the month of November, the following members of Little Rock Air Force Base received nonjudicial punishment under Article 15, Uniform Code of Military Justice. 314th Maintenance Squadron A senior airman failed to follow the proper technical order procedures. The member received forfeiture of $300 pay and 30 days extra duty. An airman basic
  • Air traffic controllers say goodbye to old technology

    In line with Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century initiative, air traffic controllers will say goodbye to a 50-year-old technology Dec. 15, freeing up manpower and saving the Air Force thousands each year. The Precision Approach Radar, or PAR, was developed around World War II to help guide planes to their landing strip on runways during
  • Leaders discuss AF deployments, personnel cuts, border patrol

    More than 200 retired Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines gathered Dec. 8 at the consolidated club here to get a first hand update on today's military. The retirees received updates on the Arkansas Army National Guard from Maj. Gen. Ron Chastain, Ark. adjutant general, the Air National Guard by Col. Dwight Balch, 189th Airlift Wing commander, and

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