Friday, Aug. 8, 2014

On the cover

James Popham, the 19th Civil Engineer Squadron natural resources manager, takes a moment to gather his thoughts while looking for a rare species of moth July 24 at Little Rock Air Force Base. Little Rock AFB is home to several rare species of wildlife in the Natural State. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Scott Poe

Combat Airlifter
of the Week
Staff Sgt. Daleah Baugh, a 19th Airlift Wing commander’s executive administrator, reviews government purchase card programs for the 19th AW. Baugh was the point of contact for leading the charge in correcting issues with the wing’s video teleconferencing capabilities, enabling senior leaders to communicate with higher headquarters. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Harry Brexel)





Customers sit in the Little Rock Air Force Base passenger terminal Aug. 6 at Little Rock Air Force Base. Based on the amount of space available after mission priority cargo has been fulfilled, authorized military members, dependents, retirees and Department of Defense civilians can fly on DOD owned or operated aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Mercedes Muro)

Taking off with Space-A

Today’s modern world allows many methods of travel. Some people prefer cars and others prefer planes. Little Rock Air Force Base has a special program that allows qualified individuals an unconventional way of travel by a program called Space-Available.

15 seconds: A rude awakening

Gut wrenching screams. The shattering of glass the unforgettable sounds of metal twisting and bending all around me. My Ford Ranger rolling over and over and over again. I thought those were going to be my last memories.

The natural resources man in his natural habitat

Roaming through the woods, checking out the vegetation and wildlife on base, or hanging out on top of building 450 watching the Interior Least Terns, are a couple places you may find James Popham..

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