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  • Green Flag Little Rock fosters international, joint military relationships

    The 34th Combat Training Squadron, the U.S. Army and the Royal Canadian Air Force worked together during Green Flag Little Rock 18-04 Feb. 8-17, 2018, emphasizing strengthening international and joint service relationships. Two Canadian C-130J’s flew from Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, in support of U.S. Army operations at the Joint
  • Traffic Management Office: PCS season is on the move

    TMO is divided into two sections: Personal Property, where they move household goods for all services; and Passenger Travel, where they handle permanent change of station, temporary duty, and deployment travel. All of which can be stressful times for the service members, civilians, Department of Defense employees, or retirees involved.
  • Mission Ready: mask, suit, boots, gloves

    Performing every day duties, like hauling bulky equipment down the flight line in 90 degree weather or relaying important information to multiple agencies on base, can occasionally be challenging. Imagine the difficulty of completing those tasks with the same mobility you have when wearing an oversized snow suit.Sweat dripping down your face,
  • Leadership panel offers TLR knowledge

    Team Little Rock was had the unique opportunity to speak to Mobility Airmen who set the stage for how we continue to ensure agile combat airlift all over the world. Retired Gen. Duncan McNabb and retired Chief Master Sgt. Mike Kerver discussed lessons learned throughout their careers and fielded questions from Airmen about leadership, readiness
  • What’s that smell? Water, Fuel flight keeps Little Rock fresh

    Little Rock Air Force Base is home to Agile Combat Airlift. Although the ground may be what C130’s land on, “It’s what’s on the inside that counts,” too. Airmen from the 19th Civil Engineer Squadron Water and Fuel Systems flight maintain systems moving more than 500 thousand gallons of water daily through 56 miles of underground pipes enabling base
  • Trout release program supplies base lake with fresh fish

    Team Little Rock members hooked a big catch when 500 rainbow trout were released into the small base lake Feb. 6, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark.
  • Historian documents 19th Airlift Wing mission

    The 19th Airlift Wing historian is responsible for recording and relaying organizational history on Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. A vital wing asset, Dr. Jeremy Prichard, 19th AW historian, writes an annual report capturing the 19th Airlift Wing’s mission trends and noteworthy developments over the course of a calendar year, the end result
  • Flu Prevention

    In Arkansas and across the United States, influenza (flu) activity has significantly increased over recent weeks.  Likewise, the 19th Medical Group and local hospital emergency departments are also seeing an increase in flu and flu-like illness.  The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) has reported over 38,000 positive flu cases so far this
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Staff Sgt. Joshua Bruchwalski

    Name and Rank: Staff Sgt. Joshua BruchwalskiUnit:  314th Operations GroupDuty title:  314th Operations Group standardization and evaluations loadmasterHometown:  Pittsburgh, PennsylanviaTime in service: seven yearsTime at Little Rock: four yearsGoals: complete bachelors in accountingHobbies: road biking, boating, hunting, fishingAir Force Core
  • Free items, volunteer opportunities available at Airman’s Attic

    Military members and their families have access to free items from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Airman’s Attic at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The Airman’s Attic was started to help young Airmen and their families with necessities such as military uniforms, household appliances and baby necessities. “The Airman's Attic is
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