News happening around Little Rock Air Force Base


Category: Off-duty life
  • Air Force teen crowned Miss Cabot

    In the Year of the Air Force Family, one Air Force family is helping to further the base's reputation in the local community.This year's Miss Cabot competition held a pleasant surprise for the Randall family. Ally Randall, daughter of Chaplain (Capt.) Sean Randall was crowned Miss Cabot in her second year competing. This year, she highlighted her
  • AAFES aims to be military shoppers' first choice for the holidays

    Promotions, prizes and popular name brands will anchor Little Rock Air Force Base Army and Air Force Exchange Services efforts to invite military families to "rediscover the value" their exchange is offering this holiday season. Exclusive savings on tax-free holiday decorations, care package items and electronics will be cycling in and out of the
  • Team Little Rock member rocks 'AMC ICON'

    Staff Sgt. LaTanza Meabon-Whiteside of Little Rock AFB, Ark., garnered second place following the Air Mobility Command Icon performance here Oct. 22. All the contestants agreed AMC Icon is a morale-boosting event inspiring them to continue singing. "The competitors and all the people involved with Icon made this a most rewarding experience for me,"
  • Trick or Treat: Halloween Safety

    A parade of Transformers, zombies and princesses will be prowling the streets of base housing in search of Halloween treats from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Halloween is a fun tradition, but the excitement of the night can cause children to forget to be careful. There is no real trick to making Halloween a real treat for the entire family according to
  • Commander's Action Line: Bugged by insect bites

    Question: I have recently moved into base housing after living in Cabot for six months. While living in Cabot, I don't think anyone in my family received mosquito or bug bites. However, since moving into base housing, we cannot seem to keep them off of us. I was wondering if this concern is being addressed or if you could tell me what is being done
  • CFC in full swing

    The 2009 Combined Federal Campaign fundraising drive is in full swing at Little Rock Air Force Base. The drive kicked off Oct. 13 and continues through Nov. 20. The campaign's goal is to combine fund raising and donation solicitation into one event, allowing for one large drive rather than multiple, smaller drives throughout the year. Today, the
  • Oh deer! Base animal population booming

    This year Little Rock Air Force Base has reported a deer population of approximately 550, the most ever recorded by the base. The number has been escalating for years, but has finally become a problem. "There are too many deer for the habitat," said Kimm Hunt, 19th Airlift Wing safety office wildlife biologist. "When there are too many deer, like

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