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TLR Bulletin

TLR Bulletin

Little Rock ALL: Weekly Bulletin (21 Sep, 2023)

Team Little Rock,


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Due to an ongoing issue regarding the new EPoS system at the Base Service Station, the fuel grade MUR and Diesel pedestals have been limited to manual operation. There has been a work order put in and elevated to Tier 3 with the DLA Help Desk and efforts are being made to bring the pedestal back online as soon as possible. Until the issue has been resolved, we are performing manual servicing times. For any questions or concern, contact the Fuels Service Center at 987-3016.

Servicing Hours:

Monday - Sunday
0800 - 1000
1500 - 1700

Fall is in the air. This indicates the State of Arkansas hunting season is about to begin. To support the Bird Air Strike Hazzard (BASH) program the base provides recreational hunting opportunities to Active-Duty Military and their Dependents, DoD employees, and DoD Retirees. The hunting program at the Little Rock AFB provides stands around the base for hunters to use during hunting seasons. Hunters are also allowed to use their own stands in designated hunting areas. If you would like a copy of all hunting areas and base hunting rules, please go to

For safety, we ask that non-hunters wear blaze or hunter orange when going into the woods, specifically during all deer and turkey seasons while participating in recreational activities like hiking or jogging on trails or roads. When possible and not on official business, non-hunters should stay out of the woods during hunting seasons. If you are interested in participating in this year’s hunting seasons, please purchase an Arkansas state hunting license then go to to sign up and buy a base hunting permit. Questions should be directed to the installation hunting and fishing program manager, Mr. Austin Heffington at or by calling DSN 731-5211, Comm (501) 987-5211.

Key Dates to be aware of:

Deer Season

  • Archery: 23 Sep 2023 - 29 Feb 2024
  • Muzzleloader: 23-29 Oct and 9-11 Dec 2023  (October date delayed on base due to Thunder Over the Rock)
  • Youth Modern Gun: 4-5 Nov 2023 and 6-7 Jan 2024   
  • Modern Gun: 11 Nov - 3 Dec and 26-28 Dec 2023
  • Private Land Antlerless Only Modern Gun Hunt:  29-31 Dec 2023 (LRAFB is considered private for this event by AGFC.)

Turkey Season

  • Youth Hunt:  6-7 Apr 2024
  • Turkey Hunting Season:   15 Apr - 5 May 2024            

Starting the week of Monday, 18 September, Restricted Area Badges will only be issued on Wednesdays and appointments must be made by using the below QR link  or at the following link: All other services (DBIDS cards, extended visitor passes, etc.) will be available on walk-in basis throughout the week. Please contact the Visitor Center at 501-987-8777 for any questions or concerns.

Starting Friday, 8 September, the Legal Office (19 AW/JA) hours will change. Please see below:

  • Monday-Thursday:  0800-1630
  • Friday: 0900-1630
  • *Closed Wednesday at 1430 for training

The 19th Security Forces Armory has instated a new personally owned firearm registration process, please see below:

Registration Steps:

  1. Fill out DD 2760 (attached)
  2. Fill out AF Form 1314 (attached)
  3. Register for appointment through link:
  4. Bring weapon(s) (unloaded), drivers license, and paperwork to appointment.
  5. Registration is at Building 481, members need to check in at BDOC.



Construction to widen Highway 67 to six lanes between Main Street and Vandenberg Boulevard in Jacksonville requires changes to Highway 67 northbound exit ramps at Gregory Street and Vandenberg Boulevard in mid-September. Weather permitting, crews will permanently close the Highway 67 northbound Vandenberg Blvd exit ramp (Exit 11A). Crews will also modify the Gregory Street exit ramp (Exit 10B) to allow exiting traffic to continue onto TP White Drive without stopping (TP White Drive traffic will now stop and yield to exiting vehicles). See attached map for additional information or visit

Traffic is encouraged to take the following routes:

Highway 67 northbound traffic accessing John Harden Drive

  • Take the Gregory Street exit (Exit 10B)
  • Continue north on TP White Drive
  • West on Vandenberg Boulevard
  • South on John Harden Drive

Highway 67 northbound traffic accessing the Air Force Base

  • Take the Air Force Base exit (Exit 11B)
  • South on TP White Drive
  • West on Vandenberg Boulevard


There will be upcoming road work on Vandenberg Blvd that will begin on Tuesday, August 15 and should conclude by October 18, 2023, pending weather. See below for the two construction areas:

  1. Westbound on Vandenberg Blvd About Halfway Between the Vandenberg Gate and Education Center: Road construction will affect the west bound lane on Vandenberg Blvd. Traffic will be reduced to one lane through the construction zone.
  2. Education Center Turn Lane on Vandenberg Blvd Eastbound: Road construction will also affect the east bound Education Center turn lane on Vandenberg Blvd. Customers can enter the Education Center from the Vandenberg west bound lane or John Harden Dr.


What: LRAFB Military & Family Readiness Center is hosting the Fall Career Fair with over 900 employment opportunities!
Who: Open to ALL with installation access
Where: Walters Community Center
When:  Thursday 5 October – Career Fair 1100 to 1400; Resume Reviews 0900-1100; Career Fair Strategies 0900-1000; Employer Panel 1000-1100
POC: M&FRC 501-987-2667 or email

What: LRAFB Military & Family Readiness Center is hosting the Fall Career Fair with over 900 employment opportunities!
Who: Open to ALL with installation access
Where: Walters Community Center
When:  Thursday 5 October – Career Fair 1100 to 1400; Resume Reviews 0900-1100; Career Fair Strategies 0900-1000; Employer Panel 1000-1100
POC: M&FRC 501-987-2667 or email

What: LRAFB University Center is hosting the annual Education Fair which will include 28 Colleges and Universities, as well as providers for SkillBridge and AFCOOL. (Flyer attached)
Who: Open to ALL
Where: Walters Community Center
When:  Thursday, 28 Sept. 1000 to 1400
POC: Education Office 501-987-3417 or email



1. Feedback/Question/Comment: Giving aircrews a tiny (2 gallon?) jug of water is absolutely unacceptable, especially in the summer heat. We routinely are almost out of water before takeoff. Fleet refuses to provide 5-gallon coolers, stating “you guys just waste the water anyway”. Would we rather have wasted water or sick/ill/heat-injured aircrew?

Response: Thank you for bringing this to our attention, the safety of our Airmen is always a top priority. Beginning 1 Jun 2023, 19 LRS started providing 5-gallon water jugs with rare exceptions. In the last 3 months, there have been six missions that received 2-gallon jugs because other air crew requested additional jugs and we ran out of 5-gallon jugs. We are purchasing additional 5-gallon jugs to prevent that from re-occurring.  Additionally, aircraft commanders may request additional water and LRS will be more than happy to provide more (even if 5-gallons were already provided).

2. Feedback/Question/Comment: I think it would be a good idea to have both outgoing lanes at the front gate, open during afternoon peak hours of personnel getting off work.

Response: Thank you for your submission. We have received this piece of feedback many times and have answered many times. This process would be too manpower intensive and until we receive funding for a new design to replace the current barriers, we will have to be patient and understanding as we are leaving the installation.

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Please see the attached flyer for professional and personal growth opportunities for Total Force development including HERK Hangouts, the HERKWERX Innovation Lab, the Language Enabled Airman Program, the MentorShop, and much more.

Leadership Pathways (LP) is an Air Force program Air Mobility Command has adopted to help support the Comprehensive Airmen Fitness (CAF) Strategy. Helping agencies across the installation offer courses/classes focusing on one of the four CAF domains (social, physical, spiritual and mental). Airmen and their families will now receive LP credit for attending the courses and recognition at the squadron, group and wing level for 10, 20, or 30 LP credits. This is also the site where you can sign-up for training to fulfill your Ready Airman Training (RAT) requirements.  Sign-up by clicking the following link: If you experience any log-in issues, please call 501-987-1772 or email:

The Little Rock AFB VC regular business hours are 0600 - 1630, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays and Family Days listed below. The VC is located in building 1508. Parking is accessed through Marshall Road at the traffic light just outside of the main gate. Visitor passes, DBIDS cards, extended visitor passes, and Restricted Area Badges (RAB’s) are all issued from the VC. Appointment times are from 0800 - 1600. Appointments are required for RAB issuance to ensure appropriate personnel are present. Otherwise, appointments are highly recommended to prevent long wait times. The QR code or link below can be utilized to make appointments. 


Sponsors and visitors may proceed in person to building 1502 (gate guard building) at the Vandenberg Gate and be issued a pass by the on-duty Security Forces personnel. Personnel will be directed to park in the parking area immediately behind the gate as you drive through. To be issued a pass the sponsor must have a DoD credential or DBIDS card with sponsorship authority. The visitor must possess a physical state ID or driver's license (a picture of the ID will not be accepted), and proof of current vehicle insurance and registration, physical or digital copies are accepted.

Remote Sponsorship passes afford any Military ID Card holder, with sponsorship privileges, the opportunity to electronically submit their guests' information to the VC to generate a visitor's pass without the visitor/sponsor being physically present. Requests must be submitted on the attached remote sponsorship request form via government email to a minimum of 72 hours prior to the requested start date. Please be advised Org Boxes cannot accept encrypted emails therefore the Remote Sponsorship Request form is password protected (Password: 19SFSRSR). Passes will need to be picked up at the VC during their official duty hours, Monday through Friday, 0600 to 1630. The following forms of ID are eligible for sponsorship CAC, DD Form 2 (Active, Retired and Reserve), and DD Form 1173. Any questions concerning remote sponsorship should be direct to the Visitor Center at (501) 987-8777.
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