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  • LRAFB holds Total Force Integration skills competition

    The 19th, 314th and 189th Airlift Wings and 913th Airlift Group participated in a Total Force Integration skills competition on Nov. 12 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.Hosted by the 314th AW, the competition, referred to as a turkey shoot, contained four phases with the purpose of challenging and developing multi-capable Airmen by enhancing
  • Reserve group 4-ship flight restores readiness

    Reserve members of the 327th Airlift Squadron fly in a low level formation route along Greers Ferry Lake, Ark. on Aug. 1, 2020. This was the first in-person training event for the 913th Airlift Group since COVID-19 swept across the U.S. Using health precaution measures, reserve members were able to restore readiness while mitigating health risks,
  • Port Dawgs restoring readiness

    Reserve member of the 96th Aerial Port Squadron drives a forklift on the flightline to help load cargo pallets on a C-130J Super Hercules for training Aug. 2, 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. This was the first in-person training event for the 913th Airlift Group since COVID-19 swept across the U.S. Using health precaution measures,
  • Total Force supports Weapons School

    The Air Force Reserve 913th Airlift Group was part of a Team Little Rock effort to support the largest U.S. Air Force Weapons School Integration capstone event, June 6. “We are one of 19 C-130J aircrews who assisted weapons school students with their capstone event,” said Capt. Ryan Christopherson, Air Force Reserve 327th Airlift Squadron pilot. “This is a great training opportunity to integrate with our active duty counterparts. We are very enthusiastic to play a part in an event that develops our force’s tactical experts and future war planners.”
  • Reserve group flyover honors Arkansas healthcare workers

    The Air Force Reserve 913th Airlift Group honored healthcare workers, first responders and essential workers who are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic by flying C-130’s Hercules over hospitals across central Arkansas, May 8.  The flyover is part of an Air Force effort to show support and appreciation. There were four C-130 aircraft to represent the main Air Force flying units at Little Rock Air Force Base. The multiple aircraft formations made its way from Jacksonville and split into different formations in order to reach Conway, Hot Springs, Pine Bluff, Little Rock, Searcy, Fayetteville, Jonesboro, and West Memphis before returning back to base.
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