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  • 'The Rock' drops dollars for AFAF

    The 2016 Air Force Assistance Fund campaign has come to an end and Team Little Rock members raised more than $50,000.The AFAF annual drive raises funds for charitable affiliates that provide support to Airmen  in need, including active-duty service members, retirees, Reservists, Guardsmen and their dependents to include surviving spouses who are in
  • Commentary: Through a survivor's eyes

    "Why don't you like sleepovers anymore?" asked a curious girl in my pre-teen dance class.This was a question I was asked frequently, so I gave the response most people wanted to hear, that I don't like being away from home.When I was 16, I offended people when I quickly jerked away and almost bolted out of rooms when they tried to hug me. My
  • PACE program excels 314th AMXS Airmen

    (Editor's Note: Second Lt. Ryan Landon developed the plan for the 314th AMXS to follow the PACE program. The cadres of this program are Master Sgt. Matthew Lockwood, Master Sgt. Leif Kuester and Tech. Sgt. Alan Scalia).Members of the 314th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron have hit the ground running, embracing the Profession of Arms Center of
  • Kids report for duty

    The Airman & Family Readiness Center hosts its fifth annual Kids Understanding Deployment Operations event April 9, 2016, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m at Hangar 233, on Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.  The event consists of multiple demonstrations showing children parts of the deployment operation."Kids Understanding Deployment Operations is a fun,
  • CCRI starts Monday

    The Command Cyber Readiness Inspection (CCRI) starts April 4, 2016. Remember the following items as part of daily operations:- Restart computers at the end of each duty day/shift.- Remove Common Access Card when leaving computers. Also, be a good Wingman and take possession of an unattended CAC.- Ensure electronics are labeled and have
  • Mobility Airmen march to remember Bataan

    This year, approximately 6,600 people participated in the 27th annual Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. Marchers ranged in age from 10 to 98 years old and gathered from across the globe for the challenging event. Among the marchers were two teams of five Air Mobility Airmen from the 19th Logistics Readiness
  • Comptroller Airman wins big as bodybuilding competitor

    Each year, approximately 18,000 athletes representing more than 70 countries gather to compete in one of America's largest multi-sport festivals. But this year, one of those competitors was unlike any other.U.S. Air Force Capt. Tarah Mitchell, 19th Comptroller Squadron financial analysis flight commander, competed in the invitation-only Arnold
  • Commentary: Mile-marker tribute ensures legacy lives on

    (Editor's Note: This year Arkansas helps 143 Gold Star Families, families who have lost a service member, remember their lost loved ones. The fifth annual Arkansas Run for the Fallen event is a cross-state run of 143 miles where each mile marks a state-native fallen hero and has been identified with an American flag and a biography of each. The
  • Airmen prepare for 26-mile memorial march in New Mexico dessert

    Two teams of five Little Rock Airmen have been training for several months. The 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Airmen are headed to White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico for a 26.2-mile march. They will be trekking through mountainous and sandy terrain to honor fallen WWII troops from the infamous Bataan Death March. One team will even don 35
  • Into the deep: Ensuring air mobility forces ready

    Every day, aircraft from Little Rock soar through the skies and provide combat airlift around the world. One of the last things the aircrew needs is a defective fuel system.Long hours, constant fuel tank repairs and the smell of jet fuel make up a typical day for the maintainers of the 19th Maintenance Squadron aircraft fuel systems repair

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