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  • Proper procedures for base sponsorship, access

    Sponsors and guests are allowed to enter Little Rock Air Force Base through the Trusted Traveler program by showing one form of identification at an entry control point. However, sponsors cannot bring visitors on the installation without getting a pass. Therefore, guests must be vetted through the Visitors Control Center, whether or not 100 percent ID checks are in effect. Read more to find out about the proper procedures to gain access to Little Rock AFB as a visitor.
  • Security forces safeguard base with new equipment

    The 19th Security Forces Squadron uses new scanning devices to expedite base entry and increase intelligence about possible crimes, keeping service members and their families safe. The Defense Biometric Identification System, or DBIDS, is used by military bases to enhance the force protection mission of defending the installation by controlling
  • Ravens spread wings to secure C-130s worldwide

    The U.S. Air Force’s Air Mobility Command currently operates a fleet of more than 1,100 aircraft, yet only a small number of elite security forces Airmen are responsible for defending and protecting those aircraft and aircrews in locations across the globe. The Airmen are known as “Phoenix Ravens” and Little Rock Air Force Base is currently home
  • Dog’s best friend: Defender’s wingman embraces resilience

    His eyes dart back and forth with curiosity as he moves. On his chest, the Security Forces patch on his vest sways as he confidently strides on all fours next to his best friend. Meet Ali, a sable German Shepherd, weighing 70 lbs. His best friend is U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. David Macdonald, 19th Security Forces Squadron kennel master at Little
  • Defenders stay mission ready

    Defenders from the 19th Security Forces Squadron conducted force-on-force and riot training Oct. 12-13, 2016, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Force-on-force and riot training are an annual requirement conducted over the course of two days to prepare 19th SFS members for expeditionary and homefront operations.“Security Forces troops are required
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