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  • Ready Warriors: Defenders train first-term Airmen as augmentees

    The 19th Security Forces Squadron has trained approximately 180 Airmen as security forces augmentees at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas since the course began in December 2018.
  • 41st AS: Most outstanding Airlift Squadron in AMC

    The 41st Airlift Squadron was awarded the 2018 General Joseph Smith Trophy for being the most outstanding airlift squadron in Air Mobility Command last year.
  • Marijuana’s prohibited uses: who, what, when, and why?

    The Department of Defense has made it abundantly clear that military members are prohibited from using marijuana and marijuana-related substances. While some states have decriminalized or legalized marijuana for medical or recreational uses, marijuana remains an illegal Schedule I Controlled Substance under federal law. Service members and DoD employees must comply with federal law, and therefore must abstain from using marijuana.
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Airman 1st Class Savanna Smith

    Name and Rank: Airman 1st Class Savanna SmithUnit: 19th Medical Support SquadronDuty title: Acquisitions section leadHometown: Pinehurst, North CarolinaTime in service: 2 years, 11 monthsTime at Little Rock: 2 years, 8 monthsGoals: Obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospital AdministrationHobbies: Spending time with her family and do-it-yourself home
  • Virtual reality project introduces new training prospects

    Virtual reality is an emerging technology in today’s modern world. Its development has paved the way for numerous advancements in entertainment, health care, and even military training. Airmen have looked to using leading-edge technology, such as virtual reality, to meet the challenge of being innovative to propel today’s Air Force.
  • Little Rock AFB hosts Junior ROTC Expo

    Students from nine high schools across Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee were invited to attend a Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Expo at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, May 3. More than 300 cadets from multiple Air Force, Army, and Navy Junior ROTC programs attended the event to experience the active-duty lifestyle as a service member for a day.
  • TLR partners with community in mass-casualty exercise

    Airmen from Little Rock Air Force Base worked alongside 90 first responders and nearly 100 volunteers to simulate an aircraft accident and response at Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas, April 23, 2019. Team Little Rock Airmen participated as both actors and observers in support of the airport’s Federal Aviation Administration required triennial mass-casualty exercise. These exercises are used to provide travelers the safest measures possible during chaotic situations.
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Airman 1st Class Khim Mallari

    Name and Rank: Airman 1st Class Khim MallariUnit: 19th Comptroller SquadronDuty Title: Financial operations technicianHometown: PhilippinesTime in Service: 1 year, 11 monthsTime at Little Rock: 1 year, 6 monthsGoals: Short-term goals are to finish reading eight books on self-improvement and cosmic knowledge. Long-term goal is to save money to buy
  • Need-to-know for severe weather season

    Airmen and their families should take into consideration base procedures and notifications during severe weather conditions at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.
  • 19th AMXS Airman supports Marine unit

    The 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron was called to assist a joint partner when a U.S. Marine CH-53E Super Stallion stopped for repair at Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas, March 20-21.
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