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  • E & E bundle: Lifesaving supplies from skies above

    Whether trekking through hot, humid woodlands, an arid desert or traversing icy, frost-covered terrain, 34th Combat Training Squadron Airmen and other military personnel supporting Exercise Green Flag Little Rock train in realistic combat scenarios and multi-service environments.
  • Flight line lifeline: AGE supports total force combat airlift

    Stained cement floors appear under the base of a garage door as it’s raised so Airmen can pull a piece of machinery out of the hangar. Behind the large equipment tow, numerous individuals walk to and from stations disappearing occasionally to grab a tool or reach into the crevice to inspect equipment. Only the soft hum of power tools can be heard
  • Airman lives Team Little Rock

    Red, white and blue banners hung on light poles catch first-time visitors’ and service members’ eyes as they drive through a military installation gate. “Home of Combat Airlift,” are the words painted across these banners, giving each person a glimpse of the common focus that unites the mission sets at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.Little
  • Excellence in Competition: Top marks for top shot

    Victor. Winner. Champion. Titles held by Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas’, very own U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jarrett Newman, 19th Security Forces Squadron combat arms instructor.
  • Drone hobby keeps Airman resilient, mission-ready

    Air Force leaders try to develop resilient Airmen by encouraging them get out of their dorm rooms and find a hobby, spend time with friends, and just take care of themselves during their Air Force career. That’s exactly what U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Dakoda Baker, 19th Maintenance Squadron repair and reclamation craftsman, did when he rediscovered his love of electronics.
  • Monster mash-up: Monster training, monster results

    Behind closed doors, there lies a monster in wait. This monster is designed to expedite the training of Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, student loadmasters and improve their overall skills.
  • Single parents band together for resources, voice

    Military parents juggle deployments and temporary duty, work schedules which conflict with their children’s daycare hours, soccer practices and other after-school activities. Toss in doctor’s appointments, a childs sick day and serving healthy dinners on a budget, and it can spell stress for parents.  If you’re a single parent, it can be hard when
  • Man’s best friend: K-9 Defenders retire after years of service

    Amid a sea of deep blue berets, two Defenders step onto a stage to be recognized in front of peers they have served alongside for many years. The two K-9 Defenders are Britt and Willam, military working dogs assigned to the 19th Security Forces Squadron at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. A third, Jeck, could not attend. During their tenure,
  • Air Force, Army: Making MWD’s bite worse than her bark

    Drilling through bone to reach the red, pulpy center amongst a chorus of short beeps, U.S. Air Force Capt. Bradley Phares, 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron general dentist, executes a critical step in saving a military working dog’s life and career with the assistance of U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Johnny Cohnes, 19th AMDS NCO in charge of Little Rock Air Force Base veterinary clinic.
  • Local hero takes flight with Thunderbirds

    One of Central Arkansas’s local heroes was honored by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds as the Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, “Hometown Hero” Oct. 26, 2018, prior to the Thunder Over the Rock Air and Space Show. As the Hometown Hero, Officer Tommy Norman, a North Little Rock Police Department officer and public figure, received a flight with

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