U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Lausanne Pacheco

On the cover
Staff Sgt. Matthew Lutz, 19th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, puts out a simulated fire in front of the 19th Medical Group Clinic during a Major Accident Response Exercise Feb. 19.

U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Allen

Combat Airlifter
of the Week

Col. James Johnson, 19th Airlift Wing vice commander, presents Mr. Dennis Ashley, human resources assistant (military) for the 61st Airlift Squadron, with a coin for his selection as the Combat Airlifter of the week Tuesday. Mr. Ashley was selected for his accomplishments including retrieving new government travel cards for unit members amidst the squadron’s 30% increase in deployments. Additionally, Mr. Ashley assumed the squadron’s performance report tracking and initiated an incentive program to recognize supervisors who meet suspenses as well as those who are more challenged with deadlines.

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Little Rock Air Force Base

Feb. 27 , 2009

What was your New Year's resolution?
February is just about over and one of the traditions at the beginning of each year is establishing a New Year’s resolution. REad more...

First Sergeants: people are their business
Little Rock Air Force Base is truly blessed to have the group of first sergeants that currently support all of us. Read more...

The daily grind matters
veryone is subject to the daily grind. It’s up for work, out the door, same old thing, day in, day out. read more...

Global reach: the 314th Airlift Wing's national security impact
Our National Security Strategy champions human dignity and democracy – traditional American values, and states that we will strengthen alliances and take cooperative action to make the world a safer and better place. read more...

Airmen teach Iraqi air force members aircraft maintenance
Airmen from the 321st Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron at Sather Air Base, Iraq are teaching Iraqi air force members aircraft structural maintenance as both parties learn each other's language. read more...

Airmen train for the unexpected
Approximately 225 Airmen participated in an exercise at Little Rock AFB Feb. 19 in which two exercise scenarios – an anti-hijacking and terrorist weapon of mass destruction hospital attack – were created to train servicemembers for possible real world situations. read more...




February 27 , 2009 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 $4, 12 and under are $2. To see what movies are playing this week click on this link...