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  • Squadrons ‘Unite’ from ground up

    The Unite program is a new U.S. Air Force resiliency program implemented this fiscal year to support unit cohesion, team-building and morale. Throughout this initiative, nearly 40 AF bases created a new position, the community cohesion coordinator, to help allocate a total of $4 million in funding for 2019 intended to revitalize the squadron.
  • TLR Airmen compete in annual CLEAR challenge

    The purpose of the CLEAR challenge was to shine light on the topics of sexual assault and substance abuse by encouraging intervention and wingmanship.
  • TLR hosts Holocaust remembrance service

    Team Little Rock honored Holocaust victims by hosting a speaker and showing a video that displayed the survivors perspective of the Holocaust.
  • 19 AW Spark Tank ignites innovation

    Airmen from the 19th Airlift Wing participated in a Spark Tank competition at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, March, 25, 2019. A total of eight innovations were presented to a judging panel consisting of senior leaders. The contestants were given 10 minutes to “sell” their ideas to the judges and prove how they would benefit the wing by increasing lethality. Team Little Rock received $450,000 as a part of the Air Force-wide squadron innovation fund, which would be used to fund innovative ideas.
  • Honorary commanders tour 19th Maintenance Group

    Honorary commanders from Team Little Rock tour the 19th Maintenance Group at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, Feb. 27, 2019. The Honorary Commander Program gives community partners an opportunity to learn about the Air Force and the missions of Team Little Rock.
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Airman 1st Class Aleff Gripp

    Name and Rank: Airman 1st Class Aleff Gripp Unit: 61st Airlift Squadron Duty title: Loadmaster Hometown: Sao Paulo, Brazil Time in service: 1 year, 3 months Time at Little Rock: 1 year Goals: Make staff sergeant his first time testing Hobbies: Woodworking, crypto/stock trading, and drums Air Force Core Value portrayed: Service Before Self How does the individual portray the core value? Airman 1st Class Gripp has taken it upon himself to learn how to set up the new electronic flight bag publications for 25 Airmen, noncommissioned officers, senior NCOs, and field grade officers. He is also the lead to set up the new squadon loadmaster virtual reality training center.
  • Team Little Rock prepares for semi-annual exercise

    Team Little Rock is preparing for a semi-annual deployment training exercise from April 1-17, 2019. The training is a continuation of a concerted effort to improve readiness capabilities, and will be split into two phases to train Airmen on potential scenarios that simulate deployed environments. As the next exercise draws closer, U.S. Air Force Col. Gerald Donohue, 19th Airlift Wing commander, sat down to inform Team Little Rock on what to expect.
  • Experiencing cultural differences through military exchange program

    The military is known for its ability to conduct the mission with both joint services and coalition partners. The Military Personnel Exchange Program is an opportunity that allows foreign service members to immerse themselves into the U.S. military to promote mutual understanding and trust, enhance interoperability, strengthen air force-to-air force ties, and develop long-term professional relationships.
  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Tech. Sgt. Jordan Oslie

    Name and Rank: Tech. Sgt. Jordan Oslie Unit: 19th Airlift Wing/Judge Advocate Duty title: NCO in charge of adverse actions Hometown: Apex, North Carolina Time in service: 8 years and 2 months Time at Little Rock: 4 months Goals: Make Chief Master Sgt., be awarded her second Community College of the Air Force degree, and finish her bachelor’s degree in business administration next year. Hobbies: Anything outdoors. Air Force Core Value portrayed: Integrity First How does the individual portray the core value? Tech. Sgt. Oslie understands the importance of upholding Air Force standards. She is honest above all else and kind through and through. She strives to set the example for others to emulate and tries to do the right thing even when no one is watching.
  • Team Little Rock opens welcome center

    All Airmen arriving at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, will now be met with a streamlined in-processing method at the newly established Combat Airlift Welcome Center, located in the Walters Community Support Center. The Combat Airlift Welcome Center will be one of the first stops for new Airmen arriving at Little Rock AFB and will serve as a one-stop shop for new Airmen and their families to process through the military personnel section, medical, traffic management office and finance, as well as get exposed to base helping agencies.
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