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  • 3D printing hobby helps healthcare workers during COVID-19

    U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Scott Marshall, 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron NCO in charge of mobility readiness spares packages, along with his wife, Angie, recently began creating face shields with a 3D printer. They donate the face shields to healthcare workers at the 19th Medical Group and medical professionals in the local community.
  • First female pilot of Niger trains at LRAFB

    Capt. Ouma Laouali, the first female pilot in the Nigerien air force, recently accomplished the next step in her pilot career April 22, 2020, by completing her training to become a C-130 Hercules pilot in the C-130 Formal Training Unit’s six-month international pilot training program here at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.
  • Communication is key during COVID-19

    Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the 19th Communications Squadron continues the task of ensuring personnel across Team Little Rock have access to the tools they need to successfully complete the mission at home and in their work centers.
  • 19 AW Victim Advocate fights for victims’ healing

    Tiffany Clark, 19th Airlift Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response victim advocate, was nominated for a National Organization for Victims Assistance award by Leslie Boone, Victims’ Rights Arkansas member, for her extensive collaboration and motivation to enhance resources available for survivors of sexual assault at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.
  • Maintainers making mission happen during COVID-19 pandemic

    The 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, is at the forefront of the mission — providing critical maintenance to the C-130J Super Hercules that are flying around the globe to bring medical personnel and supplies where they are needed most.
  • Student career shadowing

    Coby McClain, Sylvan Hills Middle School 8th-grade student, spends the afternoon at the 61st Airlift Squadron at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas to learn about the Air Force for a school project, Dec. 13, 2019. McClain shadowed several members of the 61st Airlift Squadron for his school project to learn about a typical day as a C-130J Super Hercules operator in the Air Force and what it takes to be an Airman.
  • Taking care of Airmen, Developing leaders

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Austin Brill, 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron aircraft hydraulics craftsman, took on the responsibility of bringing about subtle changes in the squadron that not only boosted individual morale for the Airmen on his shift, but brought them together as a unit and enhanced overall camaraderie.
  • Herk Heritage: C-130 Vietnam rescue linked to 19th AMXS Airman

    The Vietnam War neared its end when North Vietnamese forces destroyed nearly 100 aircraft on the flight line at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Vietnam, on April 29, 1975. Only one flyable aircraft remained: A C-130A Hercules with the tail number 56-0518.
  • 19 CES Airman follows dreams to become AF firefighter

    A young boy walks through a firehouse with boots laid out and fire gear hung across the hooks one after the other, waiting to be donned by firefighters in response to whatever disaster has interrupted the lives of the public.
  • Black Knight fulfills dream of serving

    Less than one percent of the population joins the military every year. Some, join the military for school, travel or other benefits. For others, joining the ranks is something that has always been part of their life plan. The latter is true for U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Robert Matthews, 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron communication and navigation systems electronic counter measures journeyman.
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