Friday, Feb. 7, 2014

On the cover

Staff Sgt. Victor Boyd, 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron aerial delivery supervisor, checks if a parachute is still damp Feb. 4 at Little Rock Air Force Base. The cargo platform parachutes are required to hang in a heated room for at least 72 hours to ensure that they have dried. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Harry Brexel

Combat Airlifter
of the Week
Airman 1st Class Emily Day, a 19th Comptroller Squadron civilian-pay technician, processes members’ eminent danger pay benefits on Feb. 4 at Little Rock Air Force Base. As the installation’s lead cashier, she processed 168 payment and collection vouchers valued at more than $475,000 providing accountability down to the penny. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cliffton Dolezal)









Cornerstone Award
For more than 32 years, Mrs. Annabelle Davis has exemplified outstanding service and commitment to the Airmen of Little Rock Air Force Base. A founding member of the Air Power Arkansas Committee, Mrs. Davis helped raise funds for military-related events, including the highly-successful Little Rock Air Force Base 2012 Open House. Her leadership as the executive secretary of the Little Rock Air Force Base Community Council contributed to the council and central Arkansas communities winning Air Mobility Command’s Abilene Trophy in 2009 and 2011. She also serves as the 19th Airlift Wing Honorary Commander and continues to be a staunch supporter of innumerable base activities and events. Thank you, Mrs. Davis, for your unwavering support, pride, spirit and dedication!

Training opportunities soar for Afghan Air Force
“Out of my six deployments, none compare to my most recent assignment to Afghanistan,” said Maj. Ryan Hayes, former 62nd Airlift Squadron director of operations.
Little Rock Air Force Base will celebrate Black History Month
The course of American history has been directed and redirected by people from all walks of life. From the Revolutionary War to the War on Terrorism, the men and women protecting our freedom work hand in hand to accomplish the mission.

Sexual harassment can happen with the click of a button
With virtually unlimited access to people and information online, unfortunately one can become an easy target for predators. Children, teenagers and adults alike may find themselves in situations where sexual harassment occurs more often through media rather than face-to-face encounters.

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