Friday, July 25, 2014

On the cover
Airman 1st Class Jacob Burgener, a 53rd Airlift Squadron loadmaster, bites down on a sensor, also known as a charged coupled device, holding it along the side of his gum line July 10 at Little Rock Air Force Base. The cable that is attached to the sensor transmits to a computer displaying the images of the X-ray screen almost instantaneously.. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cliffton Dolezal)

Combat Airlifter
of the Week
Capt. Theresa Hilton, Air Force Legal Operations Agency Area Defense Counsel, looks up an excerpt from a legal reference book July 21 at Little Rock Air Force Base. Hilton, an Ocean City, N.J., native, uses her leadership, strategic planning and investigative skills to eradicate and clarify any misunderstandings or false accusations of her clients. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mercedes Muro)







The 19th Medical Group Dental Clinic provides responsive care and services to the base population and ensures a fit and medically ready active-duty force. In addition to keeping Team Little Rock Airmen mission ready, the Dental Clinic also provides care to dependents and retirees. The 19th MDG provides care to approximately 7,500 active-duty personnel yearly. The daily tasks of these Airmen consist of anything from a simple routine exam to oral surgery. The Dental Clinic is responsible for keeping the Air Force fit-to-fight by expertly examining, diagnosing and treating diseases in the oral cavity. (U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Cliffton Dolezal)

34th Combat Training Squadron proves the importance of partnership

No battle can be won without combat-ready troops. This is why the mission at the 34th Combat Training Squadron, at Little Rock Air Force Base, is so vital. The mission of the 34th CTS is to provide tailored joint mobility training to produce combat-ready Airmen and Soldiers. For the squadron to effectively focus on joint training, 34th CTS Airmen venture outside the gates of Little Rock AFB.

What awaits in the darkness

Screeching tires. Loud screams. Exploding glass. Thoughts of confusion filled my mind. I could not begin to take in what had just happened. Two days after Christmas, my girlfriend, Brittany, and I were coming back from having dinner with my mom when the unimaginable happened.

Living on an Airman’s Dollar

When families have personal financial difficulties or wish to be proactive and develop a family financial plan, the Airman and Family Readiness Center is the place to go. The mission of the Personal Financial Readiness Program is to help individuals and families meet their financial needs and goals.

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