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  • Seminar hones supervisory skills

    Little Rock mid-tier NCOs are getting an important refresher course to bridge the gap between professional military education opportunities. The NCO Professional Enhancement Seminar is designed for staff sergeants three years out of ALS and technical sergeants who have not attended the NCO Academy. "We are a stepping stone between formal PME
  • "Operation Play" scoring life-saving goals

    The 314th Mission Support Squadron commander wants to make a difference while deployed in support of the Global War on Terror by helping African children get desperately needed vaccinations, but he needs soccer balls to score that goal. Lt. Col. Joe Atkins deployed to the Horn of Africa as a Director of Personnel and is spending his free time
  • 189th AW crew first in Guard to complete Type 1 training on C-130 AMP

    A 154th Training Squadron aircrew in December became the first Guard aircrew to receive Type 1 aircrew training on the C-130 AMP. By completing the two-week course, the crew members are now qualified to climb on board and fly the craft with an instructor aboard. Pilots Majs. Dom Sarnataro, Kevin Tibbett and Scott Sims and a flight engineer, Master
  • AMPing up the C-130 fleet

    Members of the Arkansas Air National Guard's 189th Airlift Wing are helping shape the future of C-130 airlift as they advise Air Force contractors in California and systems specialists in Ohio with the development of the C-130 AMP, known in aviation circles as the Avionics Modernization Program. Air Guardsmen have conducted in-depth checklist
  • 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