Office Hours and Services

For a will or power of attorney, visit the Air Force legal assistance website. Please fill out a worksheet online before your visit.

There you can browse a variety of legal assistance information, fill out a legal worksheet and provide feedback on our services.

Military Justice 
As stewards of the military justice system, the base legal office assists commanders in maintaining good order and discipline in their units. Military justice attorneys and paralegals accomplish this by providing legal advice to commanders and first sergeants on all disciplinary issues and keeping them appraised of trends so they can make well-reasoned and fair disciplinary decisions. The Military Justice Division is also responsible for processing all courts-martial, Articles 15s and administrative disciplinary matters.

Operational Law and Mission-Related Legal Assistance 
Attorneys and paralegals are instrumental in advising commanders concerning the rules of engagement and law of armed conflict in both war and peacetime. The operation law division also takes care of deploying member's and their family's legal needs before, during and after the member departs.

Protecting Air Force Resources and Freedom of Action 
The legal office's client is the Air Force. To ensure the interests of the Air Force are protected, the legal office provides a full-spectrum of civil law advice to commanders and wing agencies to better enable them to accomplish their mission. From providing advice on contracts, environmental law and labor issues to defending the Air Force against tort claims and other law suits, the legal office fights hard to insure commanders can accomplish the mission without a threat of adverse legal and/or fiscal consequences.

Morale and Welfare 
Finally, the legal office helps ensure military members are compensated for any damage done to their household goods during government-directed moves by facilitating the claims process through the Air Force Claims Service Center and provides legal assistance to active duty, retired, dependent and mobilized Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve members. The scope of legal assistance includes almost any personal, civil, legal matter related to mobilization and deployment or that will have an adverse effect on the member's ability to perform military duties.

Powers of Attorney & Notary Services
Monday - Friday from 9 - 11 a.m.
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri from 2 - 3 p.m.

Closed Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. for training

Active Duty/Dependents Walk-in Legal Assistance:
Mondays from 2 - 3 p.m.
Wednesdays from 9 -11 a.m.

Active Duty/Dependents Will Executions by Appointment Only:
1st and 3rd Friday of the month, 11 a.m., arrive 10:45 a.m.

Retiree Legal Assistance by Appointment Only:
2nd and 4th Friday of the month, 9 - 11 a.m.

Retiree Will Executions by Appointment Only:
2nd and 4th Fridays, 11 a.m., arrive 10:45 a.m.

For information/worksheets for wills, advance medical directives and powers of attorney please go to

If you have any questions, please call (501) 987-7886.

Due to mission requirements legal assistance may be cancelled without notice. ALWAYS CALL our office prior to arriving to avoid any inconvenience. We appreciate your understanding with this matter.

Retrain as a paralegal

Paralegals are the backbone of the legal arena. The role of a paralegal is to assist the attorneys in achieving the mission of the office and the wing. Paralegals do many things, such as conduct in-depth legal research, interview witnesses, aid in the claims filing process and notarize documents, just to name a few. They also prepare Article 15 actions and assist in preparations for courts-martial proceedings.

All paralegals attend the Paralegal Apprentice Course for six weeks at the Judge Advocate General's School at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. To achieve the 7-skill level, they must return to the JAG School for the eight-week Paralegal Craftsman Course. Other training opportunities include civilian paralegal courses, attorney-level specialized courses (like operational, environmental, or contract law), or attorney-level courses hosted by our sister services in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps.

Interested in retraining into the paralegal career field? Contact the Legal Office at (501) 987-7886 for more information.

Legal Claims

Clients Eligible

- Active Duty members including reservists, National Guard members and contract ROTC Cadets on federal active duty under Title 10, United States Code.

- Members entitled to retired pay and former members of Reserve components entitled to retired pay under 10 U.S.C. §12731 (formerly 10 U.S.C. §1331).

- Officers of the commissioned corps of Public Health Service who are on active duty or entitled to retired or equivalent pay.

- Dependents of the above groups entitled to a military identification card. (Reserve and National Guard dependents must bring in a copy of orders showing member has been activated for more than 20 consecutive days.)

- Inactive reservists or National Guard Members subject to federal mobilization will only be provided with deployment-related legal assistance.

- Civilian and contract employees deploying to or in a theatre of operations may only prepare and execute wills and necessary powers of attorneys.

Note for Reserve members: After release from active duty, eligibility for legal assistance shall begin on the date of the release and continue for a period of time equal to twice the length of the period served on active duty under that call or order to active duty. Please bring in a copy of your orders to verify eligibility for legal assistance under this provision. Air Force Legal Assistance and Preventive Law Programs are governed by Air Force Instruction (AFI) 51-504 and Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 51-5.

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Little Rock AFB Public Affairs
19 AW/PA ComRel
1250 Thomas Avenue (19 AW HQ Bldg.)
Suite 160
Little Rock AFB, AR
(501) 987-6744

Base Operator - (501) 987-1110


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