Little Rock Air Force Base

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Little Rock Air Force Base (AFB) is a United States Air Force base located approximately 17 mi northeast of Little Rock, Arkansas.wikipedia
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19th Airlift Wing

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The host unit at Little Rock AFB is the 19th Airlift Wing (19 AW), assigned to the Air Mobility Command 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force.
It is stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

19th Operations Group

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19th Operations Group
The 19th Operations Group (19 OG) is the operational flying component of the United States Air Force 19th Airlift Wing, stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

314th Operations Group

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314th Operations Group
The 314th Operations Group (314 OG) is the flying component of the Air Education and Training Command 314th Airlift Wing, stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

Air Mobility Command

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The host unit at Little Rock AFB is the 19th Airlift Wing (19 AW), assigned to the Air Mobility Command 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force.
19th Airlift Wing (C-130J) at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas

913th Airlift Group

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913th Airlift Group (Air Force Reserve)
It is assigned to 22d Air Force and is stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force

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The host unit at Little Rock AFB is the 19th Airlift Wing (19 AW), assigned to the Air Mobility Command 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force.
Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas

Arkansas Air National Guard

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Other organizations at Little Rock AFB include the 189th Airlift Wing of the Arkansas Air National Guard, and the C-130 division of the U.S. Air Force Weapons School.
Stationed at: Little Rock Air Force Base, Little Rock

189th Airlift Wing

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Other organizations at Little Rock AFB include the 189th Airlift Wing of the Arkansas Air National Guard, and the C-130 division of the U.S. Air Force Weapons School.
The 189th Airlift Wing (189 AW) is a unit of the Arkansas Air National Guard, stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

Strategic Air Command

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The base was officially activated by Strategic Air Command (SAC) on 1 August 1955, hosting SAC's 384th Bombardment Wing (384 BW) flying the Boeing B-47E Stratojet, and the 70th Reconnaissance Wing (70 RW) flying the RB-47 Stratojet and KC-97 Stratofreighter.
1 February 1955: Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas

314th Airlift Wing

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314th Airlift Wing
The 314th Airlift Wing (314 AW) is a wing of the United States Air Force based at Little Rock Air Force Base in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Nineteenth Air Force

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Directly reporting to Nineteenth Air Force at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, the 314th Airlift Wing is composed of two C-130 flying squadrons—the 48th and 62nd Airlift Squadrons. It is the premier C-130 training base in the Department of Defense, training C-130 crew members from all branches of the service and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Aircrews assigned to fly the C-130 train at Little Rock AFB, AR

70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing

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The base was officially activated by Strategic Air Command (SAC) on 1 August 1955, hosting SAC's 384th Bombardment Wing (384 BW) flying the Boeing B-47E Stratojet, and the 70th Reconnaissance Wing (70 RW) flying the RB-47 Stratojet and KC-97 Stratofreighter.
The 70th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing was established by SAC on 23 March 1953, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

LGM-25C Titan II

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In 1960, the Air Force announced that Little Rock Air Force Base would house 18 Titan II Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles located throughout the state of Arkansas. On 18 September 1980, an airman conducting maintenance on a USAF Titan II missile at Little Rock Air Force Base's Launch Complex 374-7 in Southside (Van Buren County), just north of Damascus, Arkansas, dropped a socket which fell impacting the rocket's first stage fuel tank resulting in a leak.
The remaining thirty-six missiles were equally divided between Little Rock Air Force Base in Arkansas, and McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kansas, and also placed on continuous 24-hour alert, making for a total of fifty-four operational combat asset Titan IIs.

374th Strategic Missile Squadron

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On 18 September 1980, an airman conducting maintenance on a USAF Titan II missile at Little Rock Air Force Base's Launch Complex 374-7 in Southside (Van Buren County), just north of Damascus, Arkansas, dropped a socket which fell impacting the rocket's first stage fuel tank resulting in a leak.
It was last assigned to the 308th Strategic Missile Wing, stationed at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.

43d Airlift Wing

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That same year, SAC's 43d Bombardment Wing transferred from Carswell AFB, Texas with its B-58 Hustler supersonic aircraft.
In September 1964, the 43d Bomb Wing relocated to Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.

Lockheed C-130 Hercules

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Little Rock AFB is the primary C-130 Hercules training base for the Department of Defense, training C-130 pilots, navigators, flight engineers, and loadmasters from all branches of the US military in tactical airlift and aerial delivery.
C-130A, AF Ser. No. 56-0518 used by the 314 TCW, 315 AD, 41 ATS, 328 TAS; to Republic of Vietnam Air Force 435 Transport Squadron, November 1972; holds the C-130 record for taking off with the most personnel on board, during evacuation of SVN, 29 April 1975, with 452. Returned to USAF, 185 TAS, 105 TAS; Flown to Little Rock AFB on June 28, 1989. It was converted to a static display at the LRAFB Visitor Center, Arkansas by Sept. 1989.

Little Rock, Arkansas

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Little Rock Air Force Base (AFB) is a United States Air Force base located approximately 17 mi northeast of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Little Rock Air Force Base

463d Airlift Group

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However, given the 314 AW's primary training mission as the Formal Training Unit (FTU) for C-130s, the base and the 314 AW were transferred to the Air Education and Training Command (AETC), and the base's two operational Regular Air Force C-130 squadrons were organized under the 463d Airlift Group, an AMC unit.
The United States Air Force's 463d Airlift Group was a theater airlift unit last stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.

Military Airlift Command

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In 1974, following the divestiture of C-130 tactical airlift aircraft from TAC, both the 314 TAW and Little Rock AFB transferred from TAC control to that of the Military Airlift Command (MAC).
As a result, MAC became the controlling Major Command for C-130 wings at Little Rock and Pope AFB and the 433 TAW at Kelly AFB became a MAC tenant unit.

Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth

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That same year, SAC's 43d Bombardment Wing transferred from Carswell AFB, Texas with its B-58 Hustler supersonic aircraft.
Six months later the 43rd Bomb Wing moved to Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.

825th Strategic Aerospace Division

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825th Air Division, 1 August 1955 – 1 June 1962
Its last assignment was with Strategic Air Command (SAC), assigned to Second Air Force at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, where it was inactivated on 1 January 1970.

384th Air Expeditionary Wing

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The base was officially activated by Strategic Air Command (SAC) on 1 August 1955, hosting SAC's 384th Bombardment Wing (384 BW) flying the Boeing B-47E Stratojet, and the 70th Reconnaissance Wing (70 RW) flying the RB-47 Stratojet and KC-97 Stratofreighter.
The 384th Bombardment Wing of the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command was established at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas 1 August 1955.

Air National Guard

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In June 1965, Little Rock's 189 TRG became the first Air National Guard unit to operate the RF-101 Voodoo and by December, had assumed the RF-101 Replacement Training Unit (RTU) mission for the entire Air Force.
189th Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB

USAF Weapons School

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United States Air Force Mobility Weapons School, 3 February 2003 – present
The USAF Weapons School is headquartered at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada with detachments at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Hurlburt Field, Florida, Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, and Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana.

834th Airlift Division

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834th Airlift Division, 1 January 1972 – 31 December 1974
As American forces were being withdrawn from Vietnam, the division moved to Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas and assumed command of tactical airlift wings located in the western portion of the United States.