Friday, July 21, 2017

19th LRS Airmen keep combat airlift flying

(Pictured from highest to lowest rank) Master Sgt. Joseph Isaac, Staff Sgt. Jesse Barstad, Staff Sgt. Brian Wails, Senior Airman Tyler Gruber, Senior Airman Tanner Lunn, Airman 1st Class Christine Tourville, Airman 1st Class John Derting and Airman 1st Class Richard Yap from the 19th Logistic Readiness Squadron are the Tiger Team. After Striker Eight, one of Little Rock Air Force Base’s mission essential firetrucks, became unserviceable, the Tiger Team buckled down and fixed the problem. If the job was contracted, it would have cost the Air Force $68,000 in labor and the truck would’ve been out of service for over a month. The Tiger Team had Striker Eight up and running in five days. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Codie Collins)

Pest Management Airmen from the 19th Civil Engineer Squadron tackle some of Team Little Rock’s most persistent problem residents: vermin and insects.

An Airman anxiously watches his child flip through a coloring book in a brightly-colored waiting room decorated with cartoon characters. After patiently waiting, a medical technician calls them back to be seen at the 19th Medical Operations Support Squadron pediatrics clinic at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

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