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  • 19th MDG fights the flu

    As the flu season progresses, the men and women of the 19th Medical Group are committed to ensuring the health of Team Little Rock Airmen, retirees and their families. The 2019 flu season is shaping up to be quite dangerous as 31 people have died from the flu in Arkansas as of Feb. 21, 2019, raising the risk level from moderate to severe.
  • Experiencing cultural differences through military exchange program

    The military is known for its ability to conduct the mission with both joint services and coalition partners. The Military Personnel Exchange Program is an opportunity that allows foreign service members to immerse themselves into the U.S. military to promote mutual understanding and trust, enhance interoperability, strengthen air force-to-air force ties, and develop long-term professional relationships.
  • Supportive local citizen receives 2018 LRAFB Cornerstone Award

    The 2018 Team Little Rock Cornerstone Award was presented to Thad Gray, Little Rock Air Force Base Community Council executive board member, at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas, Feb. 19, 2019.The Cornerstone Award was created to honor a prominent civic leader who exemplifies outstanding service and commitment to the men and women of Little Rock AFB and
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Tech. Sgt. Jordan Oslie

    Name and Rank: Tech. Sgt. Jordan Oslie Unit: 19th Airlift Wing/Judge Advocate Duty title: NCO in charge of adverse actions Hometown: Apex, North Carolina Time in service: 8 years and 2 months Time at Little Rock: 4 months Goals: Make Chief Master Sgt., be awarded her second Community College of the Air Force degree, and finish her bachelor’s degree in business administration next year. Hobbies: Anything outdoors. Air Force Core Value portrayed: Integrity First How does the individual portray the core value? Tech. Sgt. Oslie understands the importance of upholding Air Force standards. She is honest above all else and kind through and through. She strives to set the example for others to emulate and tries to do the right thing even when no one is watching.
  • SERE Airmen prepare others for foreign environments, personnel recovery

    Operating in some of the most austere conditions available, U.S. Air Force Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialists from Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, train their fellow Airmen to function to the best of their ability in remote or hostile environments.
  • Little Rock AFB Airman innovation saves $750K

    At Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, the 19th Maintenance Group back shop was assigned an additional task of overhauling C-130J ramp actuators, which are responsible for locking and unlocking the ramp during ground and air operations. In order to overhaul an actuator, a safety fixture is required to house the actuator per regulations.
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Master Sgt. Stacy Hunt

    Name and Rank: Master Sgt. Stacy Hunt Unit: 96th Aerial Port Squadron/34th Combat Training Squadron Duty title: NCO in charge of Special Handling/Mission Support Operations Superintendent Hometown: Little Rock, Arkansas Time in service: 14 Years Time at Little Rock: 6 Months Goals: Help my Airmen achieve their career and personal goals, while supporting the Air Force Reserve mission. Hobbies: Field trials with pointing dogs, CrossFit, other physical fitness activities, and travel Air Force Core Value portrayed: Excellence in All We Do How does the individual portray the core value? As a reservist on military personnel appropriation orders Master Sgt. Hunt is assigned to the 96th APS and 34th CTS. Hunt helps ensure equipment loads are air-worthy for shipment during Green Flag Little Rock’s participation in Joint Readiness Training Center exercises. JRTC is the capstone readiness exercise for the U.S. Army and its components before their deployments. GFLR prepares combat airlifters for deployments, airdrops, SERE training, and cargo airlift.
  • 18th Air Force commander’s spouse highlights education, license reciprocity

    (Editor's Note: The state of Arkansas passed an amendment on April 9, 2019, for automatic licensure for active-duty service members, returning military veterans and spouses. "Automatic licensure" means the granting of occupational licensure without an individual's having met occupational licensure requirements provided in the state of Arkansas or
  • Team Little Rock opens welcome center

    All Airmen arriving at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, will now be met with a streamlined in-processing method at the newly established Combat Airlift Welcome Center, located in the Walters Community Support Center. The Combat Airlift Welcome Center will be one of the first stops for new Airmen arriving at Little Rock AFB and will serve as a one-stop shop for new Airmen and their families to process through the military personnel section, medical, traffic management office and finance, as well as get exposed to base helping agencies.
  • Father, son share Air Force journey

    For some, joining the Air Force at a young age may seem like the only option, but for others it only gets better with age. U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Moises Garrido, 19th Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment apprentice, decided to follow his dream and serve alongside his son by enlisting in the Air Force at age 37.
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