Friday, Nov. 6, 2015

‘Port Dawgs’ keep GFLR moving forward

The 34th Combat Training Squadron integrates Combat Airlift’s unique capabilities into the Army’s Joint Readiness Training Center relevant, rigorous training regimen at Fort Polk, La. Green Flag Little Rock builds real-world experience and relationships through worst-case scenario-driven events of the JRTC learning environment. The squadron’s 35-person team orchestrates a realistic, tactical, joint combat training environment for Mobility Airmen. “Port Dawgs” inspect and move cargo and equipment from C-130s and C-17s meeting the relentless pace of GREEN FLAG Little Rock. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kaylee Clark)

Twenty-eight Central Arkansas service members dawned heavily laden rucksacks and assembled to attempt the grueling Norwegian Foot March on Oct. 30 at Camp Robinson in North Little Rock. ”

November is Military Family Month and the Airman & Family Readiness Center marks the month with their Something for Everyone Extravaganza that kicks off at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the WarFit Track.

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