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  • Fizzlin' New Year's resolution solutions

    Every New Year brings with it a resolution to better oneself. Below are a few for keeping those New Year's resolutions.1. Commit! Consistency is the key for losing weight and keeping it off. You can start with made up food rules like 30 days of no bread or pasta and add new rules as you're ready for a new challenge.2. Don't drink your calories.
  • SECAF visits Little Rock AFB

    LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, Ark. -- Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James visited Little Rock Air Force Base Dec. 15, 2015, to gather a greater understanding of the Air Mobility Command installation and its unique implementation of the Total Force Concept as well as interact with Airmen and update them on her top three priorities.During her
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Staff Sgt. Roland Ryan

    Name and Rank: U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Roland RyanUnit: 373rd Training Squadron, Detachment 4Duty title: Aerospace Propulsion Technical Training InstructorTime in service: 7 years and 7 monthsTime on station: 4 years and 1 monthCore value portrayed: Service Before SelfHow does the individual portray that core value: "Staff Sgt. Ryan is more than
  • Heavy Metal: Aircraft Structural Maintenance

    U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Shelby Jensen, 19th Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology journeyman, performs tungsten inert gas welding, Nov. 19, 2015, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Jensen creates and maintains equipment throughout Little Rock Air Force Base as part of her primary duties. (U.S. Air Force
  • Commentary: Local Air Force legend lost

    Before there was a U.S. Air Force, modern civil rights movement or an African-American president, there were the trailblazing Tuskegee Airmen. Milton Pitts Crenchaw was one of those historic Airmen. Crenchaw served his country while simultaneously breaking down barriers by training hundreds of African-American pilots and cadets throughout his
  • Being Navajo: More than just a name

    There are a lot of things to take pride in. Some individuals take pride in something they create or something they participate in.Some people, like Senior Airman Letyraial Cunningham, a 19th Civil Engineer Squadron engineering apprentice, takes pride in who she is every day:  a 100 percent Navajo Native American."I grew up with a very traditional
  • Construction update: Bowling alley reracks with new roof

    The Strike Zone Bowling Alley is a place where Airmen, retirees and family members are able to let off some steam, forget about pressing responsibilities or invest in quality family time.Recently, the bowling alley has undergone some changes to make it even more functional for its family-friendly atmosphere. One of the largest renovations is
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