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U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Steele Britton
Brig. Gen. Rowayne Schatz, 314th Airlift Wing commander, poses with Distinguished Flying Cross recipient Tech. Capt. Jerry Johnson during a awards ceremony held Dec. 7.

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Two distinguished Flying Crosses: a Purple Heart, and four Bronze Stars await presentation to five honorees Dec. 7.

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U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ethan Morgan
Brig. Gen. Rowayne Schatz presents Staff Sgt. Jonathan Castleberry, 314th Civil Engineer Squadron structures shop with a coin for being Combat Airlifter of the Week. Sgt. Castleberry was nominated by the 314th CES for his accomplishments which include the following: Outstanding NCO with first-rate leadership skills; built 50 foot dock on base lake, poured footers, erected pilings and structural mbrs; repaired base network server service doors; installed security hasps and foot jamb bolts; lead repair and replacement of 50 linear feet of gutter to child development center; initiated replacement of 200 sq. ft. of floor tile at Hangar 1080; identified and repaired six major roof leaks in two facilities; re-built shop HAZMAT/training program, set up AFTR for shop; fabricated and installed PAX terminal weapons vault security door; facilitated weapons issue to deployers; patched 2.5K sq. ft. of roof at base Engine Shop; Booster Club vice president; organized three fundraising events, earned $2.5K; Great Arkansas Cleanup volunteer and lead post attack recon team during October ROCKEX.

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December 14, 2007

Responsible drinking comes with rewards
In July, I brought together many of our key Combat Airlifters to develop a set of campaign plans. read more...

The only guaranteed 'No' is...
Don’t ask the question.

Combat leadership course takes PME to next level
The 348th Recruiting Squadron will officially close its doors Dec. 31 under the Air Force Recruiting Service’s restructuring plans. read more...

Service allows Airmen, friends, family to connect
WASHINGTON (AFPN) — Friends and family members can keep in touch with Airmen anywhere in the world through an instant messaging program available through the Air Force Portal. read more...


December 14, 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...


Kindergartener teaches life lesson
SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFPN) — As anyone with children would attest, little ones tend to surprise you and teach you a life lesson when you least expect it. read more...