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  • Combat Airlifter of the Week: Tech. Sgt. Zerrick Haymond

    Name and Rank: Tech. Sgt. Zerrick Haymond  Unit: 19th Security Forces SquadronDuty title: Security forces evaluatorHometown: New Orleans, LouisianaTime in service: 12 yearsTime at Little Rock: 10 monthsGoals: Finish second bachelor’s degree in psychologyHobbies: Playing sports, watching football, reading and writingAir Force Core Value portrayed:
  • Combat Airlift of the Week: Tech. Sgt. Janessa Dymond

    Name and Rank: Tech. Sgt. Janessa Dymond   Unit: 19 Security Forces SquadronDuty title: Resource protection program manager/physical securityHometown: Milwaukee, WisconsinTime in service: 18 years, 7 monthsTime at Little Rock: 7 monthsGoals: Finish Bachelor’s Degree in Law Enforcement OperationsHobbies: Fishing, shopping, working out and watching
  • Ready Warriors: Defenders train first-term Airmen as augmentees

    The 19th Security Forces Squadron has trained approximately 180 Airmen as security forces augmentees at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas since the course began in December 2018.
  • TLR honors Police Week with partner services

    Team Little Rock Airmen recognized Police Week with numerous competitions and events at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, May 13-17, 2019.
  • 19th SFS Airmen host ADM course for AF defenders

    A combat arms instructor wearing a fiery red hat stares into a spotting scope while a spotter and shooter team work together to aim for their target. The spotter says something to his teammate, and he squeezes the trigger.   Ting! A metal target chimes in the distance verifying to the marksman he hit the mark. The instructor yells, “Next target!”
  • New training techniques for tomorrow’s defenders

    The 19th Security Forces Squadron have trained Airmenthat are critical to national defense and are the first impression of the base.Team Little Rock’s Defenders are on the clock 24/7 andare ready to contribute to the Combat Airlift mission but they have hundreds ofhours of training to get to that point. A team of experts have the responsibility of
  • 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

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