Friday, Aug. 29, 2014



Senior Airman Joseph Sprowls, a 314th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintenance journeyman, tows a C-130J from a hangar back to the flightline after an inspection Aug. 6 at Little Rock Air Force Base. The Airmen of the 314th AMXS work around the clock to ensure the world’s largest C-130 fleet is fit to fly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Scott Poe)

314th AMXS: Keeping Pilots safe

The maintainers of the 314th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron take pride in the fact that “if it’s in the air, maintenance put it there.” The Airmen of the 314th AMXS work around the clock to ensure more than 20 aircraft are fit to fly. These maintainers certify all C-130 aircraft are safe, functioning properly and ready to meet training and operational requirements. By providing mission-ready aircraft, pilots in training receive essential flying hours that are necessary for graduation from the Center of Excellence.


Critical Days of Summer wrap-up
As the days cool down and summer comes to a close, Team Little Rock Airmen are tying up the loose ends of their summer activities this Labor Day weekend. The holiday weekend also marks the end of the last weekend of the Air Force’s Critical Days of Summer campaign as well.

CE touts well done
BEEF Project
Airmen from the 19th Civil Engineer Squadron completed a more than two-month training exercise to ensure they are mission-ready at any given moment. Because of varying specialties within the civil engineering career field, the Base Engineer Emergency Force exercise, nicknamed Prime BEEF, allowed an array of CE professionals to partner together in order to accomplish the mission.

Combat Airlifter of the Week

Senior Airman Michael Feliz, a 19th Operations Group publications officer and C-130J loadmaster, does inventory and software updates on tablets and other electronic devices Aug. 25 at Little Rock Air Force Base. Feliz is a steward for the Little Rock AFB $550,000 Electronic Flight Bag program and creates policy and procedures for the implementation of Air Mobility Command’s EFB program. Additionally, he maintains qualification as a C-130J mission loadmaster and is expected to attend instructor school in the near future.

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