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  • Multi-domain career opportunity available for AF officers

    Team Little Rock commanders were briefed on a new career field the Air Force has developed for officers, with the first class commencing training summer of 2019. The career field is described as command and control operational-level warfighting, where officers will have a variety of tasks including mission scheduling and employing forces at an air
  • 19th SFS Airmen host ADM course for AF defenders

    A combat arms instructor wearing a fiery red hat stares into a spotting scope while a spotter and shooter team work together to aim for their target. The spotter says something to his teammate, and he squeezes the trigger.   Ting! A metal target chimes in the distance verifying to the marksman he hit the mark. The instructor yells, “Next target!”
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Capt. Ryan Brooks

    Name and Rank: Capt. Ryan Brooks Unit: 62nd Airlift Squadron Duty title: C-130J IP/Scheduler Hometown: Santa Ana, Ca Time in service: 9 years Time at Little Rock: 4 months Goals: Instruct students on at least one thing every day Hobbies: Spending time with family, Snowboarding, and travelling Air Force Core Value portrayed: Excellence How does the
  • Policy changes for Post-9/11 GI Bill transfers

    The Department of Defense postponed their previous effective date of July 12, 2018, to July 12, 2019. Since the policy change was effective immediately, service members who were previously eligible found themselves ineligible to transfer their benefits. To ensure issues were addressed fairly, the effective date was pushed back a year.
  • Little Rock AFB Airman wins AMC Spark Tank competition

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Travis Alton, 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron parachute rigger, won Air Mobility Command’s first Phoenix Spark Tank competition at the Airlift/Tanker Association Symposium at Grapevine, Texas, Oct. 27, 2018. Against 73 other competitors, Alton won for his development of the M-1 Parachute Release Timing Block Fail-Safe, coined by local leadership as the “Alton Block.”
  • ALS invites families to learn about NCO duties, base resources

    Airman Leadership School is now hosting a soirée for each ALS class to welcome Airmen and their families to the leadership team, and help bridge the gap between the family and Air Force organizations at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. The first soirée was held in February 2018. In June 2018, it was revised from a briefing-based event to a
  • Service members, families observe Veterans Day

    Service members, families and community members from the surrounding area observed Veterans Day by placing flags on the graves of service members at the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery in North Little Rock, Nov. 7, 2018. The remembrance was carried out at other cemeteries throughout the state as a precursor to Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2018. Veterans
  • Wings of Blue: Winning hearts, winning minds

    With craned necks, a crowd peers into bare, blue emptiness. Suddenly a dot appears, followed by several others, and the U.S. Air Force Wings of Blue parachute team comes into focus above the awaiting masses.The Wings of Blue demonstration parachute team travels across the country to showcase their precise parachuting skills and inspire everyone who
  • Lest We Forget: 2nd Gen pilot continues show

    Eight replica Japanese Zeros sit side-by-side as their pilots go through their morning routines with each of their planes on day two of the Thunder Over the Rock Air and Space Show 2018. As one pilot completes final checks on his Zero, AI-114, “Tora! Tora! Tora!” pilot Dan Reedy reflects on the show and how it all started with his father.“I’ve been
  • Thunder Over the Rock Air and Space Show comes to Little Rock AFB

    Thousands of spectators gather around a line of four C-130 Hercules representing the units that make up the Home of Combat Airlift at show center of the Thunder Over the Rock Air and Space Show to stare in awe as the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds soar overhead Oct. 27-28.
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