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Air Force file photo
On the cover Sue Self and husband, 314th Airlift Wing Commander Brig. Gen. Kip Self will relinquish command to Col. Rowayne Schatz Jr. in a ceremony Wednesday. Gen. Self will helm the United States Air Force Expeditionary Center.

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Photo by Tech. Sgt. Arlo Taylor
Brig. Gen. Kip Self and wife Sue wave to crowds along a parade route during the Jacksonville Christmas Parade. The 314th Airlift Wing commander was the grand marshal of the annual community event.

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U.S. Air Force photo
Airmen and three Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., aircraft participated in the April Joint Forcible Entry Exercise at Pope AFB, N.C. The C-130s dropped more than 1,150 people.

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Little Rock Air Force Base

May 11, 2007

General reflects on time here
As the 314th Airlift Wing Commander, Brig. Gen. Kip Self, prepares to hand over command of the C-130 Center of Excellence Wednesday, he discussed the past 21 months in command. read more...

CC: Base, community are one
Colonel Jeffrey A. Hoffer firmly grasped the 463rd Airlift Group guidon from 18th Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. James Hawkins and took command of the unit at the group’s change of command ceremony April 19. read more...

Base rocks JFEX
More than 80 Airmen from Little Rock Air Force Base participated in the April Joint Forcible Entry Exercise at Pope Air Force Base, N.C. read more...

Base members earn EAANG awards
From The Enlisted Association of the Arkansas National Guard ROGERS, Ark. — The Enlisted Association of the Arkansas National Guard presented its annual awards April 28 in Rogers, Ark., and two base members were honored. read more...


May 11, 2007 Issue
This weeks current news briefs and important events happening around LRAFB. read more...


LRAFB shows movies through AAFES. For more information on this service please call 987-6461. Adults are $3.50, 12 and under are $1.75. To see what movies are playing this week click on this link...


The way of the Airman warrior
WASHINGTON (AFNEWS) — Throughout history, warriors have served and died for king and country; and they did so following a code. read more...