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  • 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.
  • Brig. Gen. Gibbs visits Team Little Rock

    Brig. Gen. Richard W. Gibbs, Air Mobility Command Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection director, visited Little Rock Air Force Base Dec. 2 through Dec. 4 to get a first-hand look at mission capabilities, new innovative programs and how Team Little Rock is taking care of service members to build a stronger mobility force.
  • Testing strengths: 19th AW demonstrates distributed operations

    Airmen from the 19th Airlift Wing flew to Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, Nov. 15 through 17, 2019, to demonstrate distributed operations as a part of ROCKI 20-01, the wing’s semiannual full spectrum readiness exercise.
  • 19th SFS and EOD replicate Joint contingency operations

    Explosive Ordnance Disposal Airmen from the 19th Civil Engineer Squadron and defenders from the 19th Security Forces Squadron participated in a Joint training exercise with pilots from the Arkansas Army National Guard, Oct. 22, 2019, to accurately simulate what could be seen in a contingency environment.
  • KUDOS: having fun with family readiness

    Airmen from across Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, enhanced family readiness with a Kids Understanding Deployment Operations event hosted by the Airman and Family Readiness Center on Oct. 19, 2019.
  • MG19 to Green Flag: 19th AMXS maintains readiness

    Members from the 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron participated in Mobility Guardian 2019, Air Mobility Command's largest biennial full-spectrum readiness exercise, in order to help Airmen become joint-minded mobility leaders. Maintaining readiness is essential to upholding Rapid Global Mobility. Realistic training environments ensure Airmen are more mission-ready, capable and prepared.
  • TLR plans, assesses, exercises at MG19

    Exercise Mobility Guardian 2019, Air Mobility Command’s premier large – scale mobility exercise created an environment from September 8-28, 2019, where Team Little Rock became Ready Warriors alongside joint and international partners to ensure they could deliver rapid global mobility now, and in the future.
  • 19th FSS Capstone produces Ready Warriors

    Team Little Rock’s 19th Force Support Squadron held a capstone exercise Oct. 2, 2019, to test contingency capabilities as well as educate newer members on respective expeditionary responsibilities.
  • Former TLR Command Chief speaks about resilience

    Team Little Rock hosted an event with guest speaker retired Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Brinkley, CEO of On The Brink Consulting, who spoke about the importance of resiliency to Airmen on base.
  • OCTs train, assess mobility Airmen throughout MG19

    Air Mobility Command has dedicated the majority of September 2019 bringing together Airmen from across the globe for Exercise Mobility Guardian, the command’s largest mobility exercise.
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