Friday, February 24, 2017

CLASSIFIEDS >> 022417

ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE COMBAT AIRLIFTER CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT will take ads by phone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 982-9421, or you may mail your ad to 404 Graham Rd., Jacksonville, Ark. 72078. You may also e-mail them to combatairlifterclassifieds@arkansasleader.com Deadline to advertise in Friday’s issue is 5 p.m. Tuesday.


WAKE UP AT NIGHT? FEEL DROWSY ALL DAY? Research Study. Should you qualify and participate, you may receive compensation for time and travel. For women age 55+ and men age 65+. 501-553-5987. Preferred Research Partners, Inc.**

VENDOR BOOTH SPECIAL ends 2-28! Affair of the Heart, Handmade, Boutique, & Gourmet Market, coming up this Spring. Apply and get details online at: www.heartofconway.org.**


SERVICES

OXYGEN - Anytime. Anywhere. No tanks to refill. No deliveries. The All-New Inogen One G4 is only 2.8 pounds! FAA approved! FREE info kit: 844-397-2688.**


HELP WANTED

DRIVER: CDL-A truck driver, up to $60K/yr. & $8K sign-on + bonus! Call for details 855-239-3949.

PLEASE HELP - strong person or two needed, no experience necessary, 2-3 hours of work unloading moving truck 3/12 or 3/13 (time TBD), $50 cash. 602-486-3338, fabulique75@aol.com

TEST ADMINISTRATORS NEEDED -  to Administer state required student exams for 1st-10th graders the following dates:  April 4-6 and April18-28. AR CERTIFIED TEACHERS ONLY . Areas of need include Batesville, Benton, Conway, El Dorado, Fayetteville, Forrest City, Fort Smith, Harrison, Hope, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Little Rock, Mena, Monticello, Mountain Home, Pine Bluff, Rogers, Russellville, Searcy. Email testing@arva.org with copy of license and/or for more information.**

ENGINEER, DECK HANDS AND COOKS – NOW HIRING!  Competitive Pay, Benefits & 401K. 1 yr. physical labor experience preferred. Apply online at: www.marquettetrans.com. EOE/m/f/v.**

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED! Become a driver for Steven's Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! New drivers earn $800+ per week! PAID CDL TRAINING! Stevens covers all costs! 1-877-649-3153. Drive4Stevens.com.**

DRIVERS!  Join Our Team! $5000 Sign on bonus. Drivers are home every weekend. Great benefits, paid holidays & miles. New equipment. Dry vans. Local family owned & operated. Must be 23 years of age and have a valid class A Commercial Drivers License. 2 years over the road experience is a must. With You for the Long Haul. ThompsonTrans.net or call (501) 228-8800.**


HORSES

HORSES: LUCKY Acres Boarding Stable, TLC for your horse, box stalls and paddocks, clean pastures, indoor and outdoor arenas, riding instruction and training program. Dressage our specialty. (501) 988-2458.


PETS

FREE TO good home, German Shepherd/Husky mix, 1 yr. old, male, brown & white. (210) 818-4115.


AUTOS/ACCESSORIES

TIRES, 4, Michelin, 215/55R17, radials, lots of tread remaining, $100; 2 like new trailer tires, size ST205/75D15, mounted on 5-hole steel rims, $100; 2 steel rims, 15” w/5-hole lugs, for trailer, $75. (501) 843-2187. 3


LAWN & FARM EQUIPMENT

RIDING LAWNMOWER, 42” deck, zero-turn. (501) 766-3736.


ITEMS FOR SALE

RELAX AND SAVE! SAVE $1500 on a new WALK IN TUB. Heated Seat, Hand held Shower, Aromatherapy, 26 Massage jets, Vantage Therapeautic Walk-In-Baths. Call NOW! 1-800-227-6140.**

SAWMILLS from only $4397.00- MAKE & SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship! FREE Info/DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com. 1-800-578-1363 Ext.300N.**

ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS needing  METAL ROOFS, SIDING OR WINDOWS. Government program offering Home Owners up to $25,000 per  household for these improvements. No money down, Payments from  $59/Mo. *Free estimate. Senior and Military Discounts. Save Hundreds of Dollars CALL NOW  1-866-668-8681 wac.**

HAIL NO! Not again! Protect your vehicles from Spring Storms! CARPORT was $887, NOW $687 till Feb 28 only! Heavy duty galvanized steel. Rated at 90 mph winds Easy to assemble Fits all passenger vehicles. Call 800-643-8728. OD Funk Manufacturing Inc., Sherwood, since ’76.**

LEXMARK LASER all-in-1 printer w/o box, $180 obo.; 2 working color TVs, $40 & $50; women’s boots, sz. 5, new in box, $70, sz. 6, almost new, $50, sz. 7 new in box, $70. (501) 944-5346.

XL/XS SCRUBS & lab jackets, various prices, Dooney & Bourke purse, tan, $70; almost new blue Dooney & Bourke purse, $95 obo.; all clean, smoke free, need gone now! (501) 944-5346.


FURNITURE

DINING ROOM tables w/marble tops, 1 tall bar type, 1 reg. height; furniture & other household items. (501) 766-3736.


HOUSES FOR RENT

CABOT/JACKSONVILLE - 4 nice homes for rent, Starting at $775-$1,050. Call (501) 985-1177.

COZY, ONE room studio apartments in Jacksonville. Bed pulls down from wall in Living Room in front of wood burning fireplace. Includes appliance filled kitchen. Starting at $325 plus utilities, deposit $200. No children or pets. Camp Construction, (501) 982-0434.

House for Lease/Purchase Perfect home in Cabot for a growing family! 2,303 sq/ft, 4 BR/3 FB, single story, walking trails to Middle and Jr. High schools. Split floor plan. Fresh carpet in all bedrooms, fresh paint throughout, and tile floors in living/kitchen areas. Large, fully fenced backyard that backs up to wooded area. All contracts will be for lease with option to purchase.  $1400/mo. Please call 980-239-0735  for more information.


MOBILE HOMES

Repossessed mobile homes. Move in ready. No rent option, but buying could be cheaper than rent! Owner financing on select homes with approved credit. 501-588-3300.**

WE TAKE TRADES!  Any Condition! Get a new home today!  Call 501-653-3205.**

New - MOBILE HOME Parts for sale: Entry doors, inside doors, skirting, bath tubs, windows, floor vents, moulding, faucets, vent hoods, roof coating, screens, showers, sinks, theft stoppers, anchors. 501-241-2032.**


2 Bedroom Singlewide. Priced to sell FAST! Call 501-653-3205.**

TOP STORY >> Whittling away stress, frame by frame

By Airman 1st Class Grace Nichols 
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Sawdust and the buzz of an electric saw fill the air as individuals create personal masterpieces at the 19th Force Support Squadron Skills and Development Center Wood Frame Shop at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

The shop is located next to the Hobby Shop and Outdoor Recreation and is open every weekday or Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and noon to 5 p.m. Offering several creative workshops a month, participants can explore a spectrum of options from woodworking to painting classes ranging in price.

The shop provides a creative outlet and a safe haven for Airmen.

“We’re able to give service members and their families a safe environment to create things; our mission is to make sure we take care of them,” said Hilary Shambaugh, 19th FSS Skills and Development Center director. “It’s important to keep their morale up because they go through a lot.” 

It’s more than wood working, it’s a way to develop and care for Airmen and their families by giving them a fun way to relax.

“When you’re working with power tools, you’re only focused on the task at hand,” said Ed Eick, U.S. Army retiree and wood frame shop employee. “If someone is depressed and comes here and is focusing on a project, it’s harder to dwell on the other things dragging them down.”

The atmosphere created here is geared toward encouraging those going through difficult situations.

“My fiancĂ© is deployed, so I’m trying do to as much I can to keep my mind off it,” said U.S. Army National Guard Specialist Miranda Haskins, 39th Fox Company small arms artillery repair personnel. “I get to do three things at the shop: keep busy, take some time for myself and make my wall pretty by building a picture frame. I’ve had an amazing time.”

The large space gives artists, hobbyists or beginners room to do more and take advantage of the equipment to create personal projects they may not be able to make in their home or dorm.

“Service members who live in the dorms or base housing don’t have a lot of room and often have more time than they know what to do with,” Eick said. “This gives them an opportunity to build things and get their minds off of whatever is going on in their lives.”

The staff builds a sense of pride in the budding artists by teaching them how to create something that’s truly theirs.

“I wanted to be able to give back to the service,” Eick said. “Woodworking helps people feel that sense of accomplishment because there’s a tangible object they can look at and say, ‘I did this.’”

Building a project from scratch also gives people a sense of power and control to design and create in their own personal style.

“I changed my mind about what I wanted to make three times; you have the ability to see what you can come up with and no one is pressuring you to do it a certain way,” said U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Rachel Smith, 19th Maintenance Group resource advisor.

Whether a person goes to silence the chaos of life with the sounds of a saw, calm their mind with the stroke of a paintbrush or just fill an afternoon with fun, the woodshop creates an atmosphere of care.

For information about class prices and the wood frame shop, call 501- 987-6504.

TOP STORY >> GREEN FLAG 17-04: Simulations for real world situations

By Senior Airman Mercedes Taylor 
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

The 34th Combat Training Squadron executed Green Flag Little Rock 17-04 from Feb. 9 through Feb. 19 one of Air Mobility Command’s largest exercises, where a variety of real scenario-based routines were executed. 

Team Little Rock partnered with multiple units within Air Mobility Command for training simulations staged at Little Rock Air Force Base and Alexandria, La. 

“Since GFLR is not driven by a set training syllabus, each exercise is tailored to each individual unit’s requirements,” said U.S. Air Force Col. Charles Brown, 19th Airlift Wing commander. “No two exercises are the same and that helps the mobility enterprise by continuing to challenge their warfighting skills while providing real-world experiences with partners they may not be able to get with home-station training.”

Aircrews participated in training scenarios such as dynamic retasking to execute on-call resupply airdrops; search and rescue operations; and Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape scenarios. 

Approximately 4,300 personnel played a role in GFLR. In addition to Little Rock Air Force Base, Airmen from five other U.S. Air Force bases contributed in the exercise. Other GFLR players included the U.S. Army, the U.S. Marine Corps, the British Army and the Royal Canadian Air Force. 

“Developing aircrews and all support personnel to operate more effectively with our allies is one of the things we look forward to when we participate in Green Flag,” said Royal Canadian Air Force Maj. Gerald Fraser, 436th Transport Squadron deputy commanding officer.

Not only do GFLR players receive more tactical training, they gain experience operating with different service members. 

“The U.S. Air Force service members learn how to integrate better,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. Brian O’Bach, combined exercise control center director. “The U.S. Army gets to see airlift and how it affects the theatre and joint training.” 

All participants in Green Flag receive realistic and tactical-level training to both better support local and global mobility operations.

The 34th Combat Training Squadron worked closely with the Royal Canadian Air Force during Green Flag Little Rock 17-04 Feb. 9-Feb. 17, while staged at Little Rock Air Force Base and Alexandria, La. 

GFLR, one of Air Mobility Command’s largest rotational exercises, is an opportunity for U.S. forces to collaborate with coalition forces. In this iteration, the RCAF participated with two C-130Js and approximately 70 personnel. 

Similar to U.S. Air Force, RCAF aircrews underwent tactical-training such as re-tasking to execute on-call resupply airdrops; search and rescue operations; and survival, evasion, resistance and escape scenarios.  

“I’m looking forward to seeing our younger personnel return with more experience in different and challenging roles,” Fraser said. 

The 436th TS conducts joint training with their allies three-to-four times per year. This experience enables the RCAF to develop opportunities to integrate better with their coalition partners.

“Building relationships and developing trust amongst our allies are things we take away from our training,” Fraser said. 

Although GFLR provides essential tactical-level training, the experience of working with international partners is also vital to the theater.


“Our coalition partners are crucial to the overall success of contingency operations around the world,” said U.S. Air Force Col. Charles Brown, 19th Airlift Wing commander. “The participation of our international partners in GFLR provides each nation a broader perspective on the capabilities and limitations we each bring to the theater.” 

TOP STORY >> C-130 tactical expertise starts at Team Little Rock

By Senior Airman Stephanie Serrano 
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Throughout the Air Force, Airmen depend on each other to ensure the mission is completed. Just as pilots depend on an array of career field specialists it takes to guarantee an aircraft is mission-ready, weapons undergraduate pilots in the C-130 Weapons Instructor Course, or WIC, depend on loadmasters to assist in understanding what goes on in the back of the aircraft. 

The 29th Weapons Squadron at Little Rock Air Force Base is home to the C-130 WIC. Only the top tier of instructor pilots and instructor navigators are selected to attend the course. Weapons officer cadre train weapons undergraduate pilots, or WUGS, to become tactical experts and leaders in the art of battle-space dominance. This requires weapons officers to be well-rounded in all aspects of managing a C-130. 

“My job entails anything from assisting students throughout multiple mission planning scenarios to flying as a loadmaster during the various WIC phases,” said U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jonathan Stager, 29th WPS instructor loadmaster. “We give them the information needed so they can plan accordingly when it comes to airdrops and transportation of cargo and personnel.”

Trust and understanding are hallmark characteristics between pilots and loadmasters to ensure each mission is safely and accurately completed. Crew resource management, or CRM, plays a big factor in ensuring both pilot and loadmaster are aware of what’s going on and have clear communication within all phases of flight. CRM aids in the decision making process that takes place amongst each crewmember.

“It is critical to know what the loadmaster is doing through all phases of flight,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. Scott Schavrien, 29th WPS weapons officer instructor. “Whether it comes to executing an airdrop, loading cargo or taking care of passengers, knowing what the loadmaster is doing ensures mission success.”

Once the students graduate WIC, they are in charge of planning a vast multitude of complex missions. With the knowledge passed from cadre and loadmasters, weapons officers know exactly what an aircraft can do, what it can carry and how it can be used effectively and efficiently in all scenarios. 

The purpose of WIC is to both teach pilots and navigators how to employ a C-130 in a cross-domain battlespace, as well as train their units which increases overall combat capability. Flying squadrons depend on their knowledge of the latest tactics, techniques and procedures for all air-to-air and air-to-ground combat in a joint environment. 

Thursday, February 23, 2017

TOP STORY >> Benefit concert for Cabot man

Michael-Roy Liegel stands in front of the metal band Syschosys from Jacksonville as they perform during his fundraiser concert last Saturday at the Exlir Night Club in Cabot. Syschosys members are guitarist Zack Rogers (from left), drums Michael Melville, vocals Corey Jackson and bassist Doug Mead. (DAVID SCOLLI/Leader photo)


IN SHORT:  Musician’s friends held rock concert at Elixir Night Club.

A silent auction and fundraiser was held Jan. 28 at Elixir Night Club in Cabot to help raise money for Michael-Roy Liegel, who has stage three bladder cancer. Proceeds from the event will go toward the cost of his cancer treatments.

The event, with several hundred in attendance, featured entertainers such as comedian Deshawn and bands High-N-Dry, Luke Williams Band, Eddie and the Defiantz and Syschosys – a Jacksonville band. 

Liegel was diagnosed with cancer a year ago. He has undergone three cystostomy procedures and is currently undergoing a third round of chemotherapy.

Before moving to the area, Liegel sang in several San Diego, Calif., based rock bands. Famed metal guitarists, including former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Jake E. Lee and Warren DeMartini of Ratt made guest appearances with two of Leigel’s bands – Cold Turkey and Street Liegel. 

Liegel and his family moved to Arkansas in 1997 in order for his daughter, Mariah, to get treatments for leukemia at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. At age 20, she is now in full remission. The family lived in Jacksonville until 2010 when he and wife Antoinette moved to Cabot.  

Liegel works as a chef at the Purple Onion in Cabot. 
To make a donation  visit www.gofundme.com/Caliafterchemo. 

Friday, February 17, 2017

CLASSIFIEDS >> 021717

ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE COMBAT AIRLIFTER CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT will take ads by phone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 982-9421, or you may mail your ad to 404 Graham Rd., Jacksonville, Ark. 72078. You may also e-mail them to combatairlifterclassifieds@arkansasleader.com Deadline to advertise in Friday’s issue is 5 p.m. Tuesday.

DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY. Receive maximum value of write off for your taxes. Running or not! All conditions accepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 844-348-9979.**

ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS needing METAL ROOFS, SIDING OR WINDOWS. Government program offering Home Owners up to $25,000 per household for these improvements. No money down, Payments from $59/Mo. *Free estimate. Senior and Military Discounts. Save Hundreds of Dollars CALL NOW  1-866-668-8681 wac.**


SERVICES

NEED COURT PAPERS, SUMMONS AND EVICTIONS SERVED? Fast and reasonable, Call Raymond Frazier, 501-413-1173. Are you satisfied with your present results? Call or email: Raymond.FrazierCivilPS@comcast.net.**

DIVORCE WITH OR WITHOUT children $125.00. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. 1-888-733-7165, call us toll FREE 24/7.**


HELP WANTED

DRIVER: CDL-A truck driver, up to $60K/yr. & $8K sign-on + bonus! Call for details 855-239-3949.

NOW HIRING! MAINTENANCE: ELECTRICIAN!! Competitive pay & benefit package available! Email, Fax or Mail Resume to: SAF-HOLLAND, Inc. Attn: HR, P.O. Box 825, Dumas, AR. 71639-0825. Fax: 870-382-2299 or email: randy.fletcher@safholland.com  EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability.**

ENGINEER, DECK HANDS AND COOKS – NOW HIRING!  Competitive Pay, Benefits & 401K. 1 yr. physical labor experience preferred. Apply online at: www.marquettetrans.com. EOE/m/f/v.**

DRIVERS! Join Our Team! $5000 Sign on bonus. Drivers are home every weekend. Great benefits, paid holidays & miles. New equipment. Dry vans. Local family owned & operated. Must be 23 years of age and have a valid class A Commercial Drivers License. 2 years over the road experience is a must. With You for the Long Haul. ThompsonTrans.net or call (501) 228-8800.**

TEAM DRIVERS NEEDED ASAP Harrison, Little Rock & Memphis - DRIVE FOR FedEx GROUND. NEED ASAP! START 50 CPM. FedEx Ground Contractor needs Class A CDL Drivers for TEAM RUNS. SIGNING BONUS ON DAY ONE. Will Receive Premium Mileage Pay and great benefits for these positions. HOME 2 DAYS PER WEEK. Apply today. Must have 1 yr. of experience and able to get doubles endorsement. Call/text for more info. 870-754-5100 or email: drivenow@outlook.com.**

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED! Become a driver for Steven's Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! New drivers earn $800+ per week! PAID CDL TRAINING! Stevens covers all costs! 1-877-649-3153. Drive4Stevens.com.**

CDL Flatbed Drivers Needed - $600.00 Sign on Bonus. Great pay, Health Ins, Retirement Plan, Vacation, Holiday Pay, Home Weekly, 90% No-Tarp, Uniforms and Jackets Provided. Earn $50,000.00 to $65,000.00 Yr. Call Chuck or Jeremy 501-945-1433. Apply in person: 5007 E. Broadway, NLR.**


HORSES

HORSES: LUCKY Acres Boarding Stable, TLC for your horse, box stalls and paddocks, clean pastures, indoor and outdoor arenas, riding instruction and training program. Dressage our specialty. (501) 988-2458.


PETS

FREE TO good home, German Shepherd/Husky mix, 1 yr. old, male, brown & white. (210) 818-4115.


AUTOS/ACCESSORIES

TIRES, 4, Michelin, 215/55R17, radials, lots of tread remaining, $100. (501) 843-2187.


LAWN & FARM EQUIPMENT

RIDING LAWNMOWER, 42” deck, zero-turn. (501) 766-3736.


ITEMS FOR SALE

LEXMARK LASER all-in-1 printer w/o box, $180 obo.; 2 working color TVs, $40 & $50; women’s boots, sz. 5, new in box, $70, sz. 6, almost new, $50, sz. 7 new in box, $70. (501) 944-5346.

XL/XS SCRUBS & lab jackets, various prices, Dooney & Bourke purse, tan, $70; almost new blue Dooney & Bourke purse, $95 obo.; all clean, smoke free, need gone now! (501) 944-5346.

CARPORT 10'x20'! SPECIAL PRICE extended through Feb Feb 28th! $597. Easy to assemble. Fits all passenger vehicles. Rated for 90 mph winds, O.D. Funk Mfg., Sherwood, AR 1-800-643-8728. Since 1976.**


FURNITURE

DINING ROOM tables w/marble tops, 1 tall bar type, 1 reg. height; furniture & other household items. (501) 766-3736.


HOUSES FOR RENT

CABOT/JACKSONVILLE - 4 nice homes for rent, Starting at $775-$1,050. Call (501) 985-1177.

COZY, ONE room studio apartments in Jacksonville. Bed pulls down from wall in Living Room in front of wood burning fireplace. Includes appliance filled kitchen. Starting at $325 plus utilities, deposit $200. No children or pets. Camp Construction, (501) 982-0434.

House for Lease/Purchase Perfect home in Cabot for a growing family! 2,303 sq/ft, 4 BR/3 FB, single story, walking trails to Middle and Jr. High schools. Split floor plan. Fresh carpet in all bedrooms, fresh paint throughout, and tile floors in living/kitchen areas. Large, fully fenced backyard that backs up to wooded area. All contracts will be for lease with option to purchase.  $1400/mo. Please call 980-239-0735  for more information.


MOBILE HOMES

Used Mobile Homes without land. All Sizes. $20K Cash or Less. Call 501-588-3300.**

New - MOBILE HOME Parts for sale: Entry doors, inside doors, skirting, bath tubs, windows, floor vents, moulding, faucets, vent hoods, roof coating, screens, showers, sinks, theft stoppers, anchors. 501-241-2032.**


WE TAKE TRADES!  Any Condition! Get a new home today!  Call 501-653-3205.**

TOP STORY >> Outdoor Recreation offers more than equipment, trips

Nathan Koppersmith, 19th Force Support Squadron Outdoor Recreation specialist, checks a boat engine on Feb. 7 before offering it as a rental to a customer at Outdoor Recreation at Little Rock Air Force Base. Outdoor Recreation offers a multitude of equipment to suit Airmen and their families needs.  


Story and photo by Staff Sgt. Jeremy McGuffin, 
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Known as the Natural State, Arkansas has a lot to offer both the budding outdoorsman and the avid sportsman. 

Outdoor Recreation takes advantage of nature’s gifts by providing outdoor equipment to suit a variety of leisure activities for Airmen and their families.

However, Outdoor Recreation is more than just equipment rentals and trips; they’re about giving back to those that serve.

“Reaching out to our Airmen and giving them an opportunity and service that is outside the structure of rigorous everyday routine of the military, that’s what we’re all about,” said Nathan Koppersmith, 19th Force Support Squadron Outdoor Recreation specialist. “I believe it’s important we give the Airmen first-class customer service and provide them a unique experience that they’re not going to get anywhere else.”

Helping Airmen unwind by providing opportunities to get outdoors and providing transportation while keeping costs down is the goal of Outdoor Recreation.

“We offer trips specifically for single Airmen in the dorms to give them options on the weekends,” Koppersmith said. “We get them outside to be active, physically and socially.” 

Airmen and their families don’t have to wait for the weather to warm up to enjoy what the Outdoor Recreation center has to offer.

“We have a new feature that’s taking America by storm – escape rooms,” Koppersmith said. “A physical adventure game made for people to work as a team to find clues and escape within one hour. We currently have a pirate-themed room with more to come within the year. So far it has been hugely successful.”

Although specializing in recreational activities, customer care is the cornerstone of Outdoor Recreation.

“For nearly two years I’ve participated in hiking, skydiving, cave exploring, paddle boarding, ATV riding and more,” said U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Jose Flores, 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Guidance and Control specialist. “Every trip has been fun and thoroughly taken care of logistically. They have an extremely friendly, knowledgeable and professional staff that make every experience worth it.”

It doesn’t take much to notice that the greatest resource Outdoor Recreation has to offer isn’t the equipment, rather the service and care provided to each and every Airman who walks through the door. 

For more information, call Outdoor Recreation at 501-987-3365.