ATTENTION TEAM LITTLE ROCK:
LRAFB is conducting a readiness exercise today at the Walters Community Center until further notice. There is no need to be alarmed. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
UPCOMING CHANGES: As construction on #LRAFB's visitor center's parking lot begins, your commute may be affected. See graphic for more information.
Chuck "Walker Texas Ranger" Norris joined the Air Force in 1958 and was honorably discharged in 1962.
What job did he have while serving? 🤔
ANSWER: He was an Air Policeman. Thanks for playing!
Congratulations to the 19th and 314th Airlift Wing quarterly award winners!
19th AW: https://flic.kr/s/aHskzGw277
314th AW: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lrafb/albums/72157695869966015
FLY. FIGHT. WIN! #LRAFB's excellence was in full effect when the 34th Combat Training Squadron partnered with Army personnel and coalition forces from France, New Zealand and Australia April 6-15, during Green Flag Little Rock 18-06.
The USAF symbol was thoughtfully crafted to represent the Air Force's history as well as the promise of the future of the armed forces branch.
The symbol's star is framed with three diamonds on the bottom. What do those diamonds represent? 🤔
ANSWER: It represents the Air Force core values! Thanks for playing!
Hey #TLR! Spring break's approaching and summer fun is a few months away! Before you finalize your plans, check out 19 FSS Information, Tickets and Travel for great deals on trips and events!
It's #TriviaTuesday! Let's take a walk to the park!
Little Rock AFB's Heritage Park is a .75 mile walking trail loaded with historical stactic display aircraft!
How many aircraft are on display there?
ANSWER: There are 10 static displays at Heritage Park. Thanks for playing. See you next week!
It starts at the beginning. Whether you wear a uniform or not, tough days come. Remember your beginning and marvel at how far you've grown! Here's a little motivation for your Monday!
#MotoMonday #Airmen #AirForce #WeAllStartFromSomewhere
Did you enjoy Family Fest on Saturday? What were some of your favorite moments?
Check out our Flickr link for photos of the event!
The Air Force Assistance Fund campaign has kicked off for the 2018 season and will run until May 4, 2018! The AFAF supports four charities that exclusively support active duty Airmen, their dependents and widows/widowers of retirees.
Active duty personnel who wish to contribute should contact their Unit Project Officer. Retirees who would like to contribute can do so by contacting the project officer at LittleRockAFAF@gmail.com.
Visit http://www.afassistancefund.org/ for more information.
It's #TriviaTuesday! Who wants a pop quiz in history?
Little Rock Air Force Base's first commander arrived Feb. 8, 1954. What was his name? 🤔
ANSWER: Col. Joseph A. Thomas
See you next Tuesday!
#TeamLittleRock, join us next week for our Holocaust Remembrance Week events!
The Little Rock AFB Airman & Family Readiness Center hosted a career fair today that offered job opportunites from over 50 different companies. A third of service members who attended last year's fair were hired on the spot.
Congratulations to our newest Airman Leadership School graduates! Check out photos from the event here:
Earlier this week Heather Wilson, Secretary of the Air Force, visited #TeamLittleRock. While here, she engaged with Airmen from across the base and discussed key Air Force initiatives that will drive the Air Force for years to come.
SECAF Visits LRAFB
Earlier this week Heather Wilson, Secretary of the Air Force, visited #TeamLittleRock. While here, she engaged with Airmen from across the base and discussed key Air Force initiatives that will drive the Air Force for years to come.Posted by Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. on Thursday, March 29, 2018
This week Secretary of the Air Force Heather A. Wilson visited with Airmen from #TeamLittleRock and students from The University of Central Arkansas.
Stay tuned for more photos from her visit!
How do you de-stress? Is it with music, meditation, or maybe the love of 4-legged friends? Check out the full story below to see how Airman 1st Class Samantha Purdy gets her stress out at our horse stables!
Resilience comes in many forms. For Airman 1st Class Samantha Purdy, 19th Security Forces visitor center clerk, she gets it through the love of her horses and training others to ride them. Tune in Friday for the full story.
Relieving stress at the stable
Resilience comes in many forms. For Airman 1st Class Samantha Purdy, 19th Security Forces visitor center clerk, she gets it through the love of her horses and training others to ride them. Tune in Friday for the full story.Posted by Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. on Wednesday, March 21, 2018