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C-Street Cafe

Building 827 (at Fitness &
Sports Center) 501-987-7716

Game Time Sports Grill

Building 956 (at Strike Zone
Bowling Center) 501-987-3338

Hangar 1080

Building 1080 501-987-5555

Catering 501-987-5555

Hercules Dining Facility

Building 834 501-987-3071

Flight Kitchen 501-987-3630

Hungry Herk

Building 276 501-987-2582

V.I.Pete’s Grille

Building 1080 501-987-5555

Victor’s Grille

Building 1075 (at Deer Run
Golf Course) 501-987-6131

Wally’s Java

Building 940 (at Walters Community
Support Center) 501-987-4133

For hours, menus and special event information, visit


Education Services/University Center

Building 1490 501-987-3417

Promotion testing 501-987-8251

Base training 501-987-3776

Transition Education Counselor 501-987-3417

Commissioning Counselor 501-987-8626

Resource Manager 501-987-3418 

The Education Center provides educational opportunities and counseling services to all Air Force members assigned to Little Rock Air Force Base, active-duty personnel, DOD civilian employees, adult family members and military retirees.

There are six on-base universities represented — Arkansas State University-Beebe, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Park University, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and Webster University — offering both undergraduate and graduate programs. All offer accelerated courses in eight-week terms on a variety of schedules: lunch, evening, weekend and online.


Airman & Family Readiness Center

Walters Community Support Center

Building 940 501-987-2667 

The Airman & Family Readiness Center is a one-stop information and referral center and is the cornerstone of the Little Rock family support system, helping Airmen and their families enhance their readiness and quality of life.

Programs include Information & Referral Resources, Personal & Work Life, Mobilization & Deployment Readiness, Volunteerism, Transition Assistance, Air Force Aid Society, Exceptional Family Member, Money Matters, Employment & Career Focus Support, Relocation Counseling, Disaster Preparedness, Air Force Wounded Warrior and Casualty Affairs. For detailed program information, see the A&FRC brochure at

The center serves active-duty military members from all services, National Guard and Reserve members, retired military members and DOD civilians and their family members. All services are free.

Child Development Center

Building 1990 501-987-6130

Infant Toddler Center,
Building 1257 501-987-6070 

The Child Development Center offers weekly care for children 6 weeks to 5 years old, and hourly care is available on a space-available basis with reservations. The center provides a safe, nurturing environment that promotes the social, cognitive, language and physical development of children. The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and follows standards set by the Air Force Services Agency.

Children of active-duty military personnel, DOD civilian personnel, reservists on active duty and DOD contractors are eligible. Fees are based on total family income. Registration requires a completed DD Form 2606, immunization records, leave and earnings statements and emergency contact information.

Exceptional Family Member Program

Building 940 501-987-2667 

This program provides special-needs families with information and referral services.

Family Child Care

Building 1988 501-987-3156 

Family Child Care offers an alternative to child development center care for families that need evening care, weekend care, care for children with special needs, infants and school-age children, as well as care during swing and midnight shifts.

The program also offers an opportunity for spouses to contribute to the family income while caring for their children.

FCC providers are well-trained, they and their family members undergo a thorough background check, and their homes are inspected for fire safety, health, general safety and other requirements. In addition, their homes are monitored regularly (at least monthly) by program staff.

School Liaison

Building 1255 501-987-8341

The school liaison office is the connection between Little Rock Air Force Base families and private and public schools. It provides support to service members during all stages of transition and deployment to ensure children receive every opportunity for quality education.

Youth & Teen Center

Building 1992 501-987-6355 

The Little Rock Air Force Base Youth Center is for ages 9 to 18. It offers a wide variety of activities that focus on character and leadership development, education and career development, health and life skills, the arts, informal youth sports, and fitness and recreation. The Teen Center offers social activities for teens 13 to 18 ranging from music to computers to foosball to video games.

The School-Age Program provides before- and after-school care as well as a full-time vacation program for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The National After-School Association accredits it.

Hours vary depending on school schedule; see the website for up-to-date information including registration deadlines.


Arkansas Federal Credit Union

779 6th St.

Little Rock AFB 501-982-1000 

First Arkansas Bank & Trust

Building 795 800-982-4511 


Legal Office

1250 Thomas Ave.

Building 1250 501-987-7886 

Legal assistance is provided on a walk-in basis for active-duty service members, including reservists and National Guard members on federal active duty, retirees and active-duty dependents. Wills are provided on an appointment basis only and are drafted and executed in a single appointment. Inactive reservists or National Guard members will be provided with deployment-related legal assistance and civilian and contract employees on deployment orders may obtain legal services for will executions and powers of attorney. Call to schedule an appointment.


Building 940 501-987-6979 

The Little Rock Air Force Base Library’s collection consists of internet-connected computers; Wi-Fi access throughout the library; books, with 25 percent in the children’s collection; DVDs; music CDs; audiobooks; a growing collection of Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Wii games; graphic novels; and numerous periodical and newspaper subscriptions.


For detailed information about the recreational programs at Little Rock Air Force Base, visit the 19th Force Support Squadron online at

Deer Run Golf Course & Pro Shop

Building 1075 501-987-6825 

Deer Run is a regulation 18-hole golf course featuring a driving range, pitching and putting greens and a pro shop. Golf lessons are available upon request.

Fitness & Sports Center

Building 827 501-987-7716 

The center offers a running track, fitness assessments, equipment orientation, certified personal trainers, daily group fitness classes, a Running Club Incentive Program and a 175,000 Lifting Club Incentive Program.

Information, Tickets & Travel

Building 940 501-987-5105 

Find information and get military discount tickets for attractions including Magic Springs, Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, Silver Dollar City and more.

Whatever travel destinations you seek, the Information, Tickets & Travel staff can also help you plan your trips with assistance with airline tickets, hotels, rental cars and even cruises.

Outdoor Recreation

Building 656 501-987-3365 

Outdoor recreation has equipment rentals, the outdoor adventure program, family camping, RV storage, horse stables and the “lemon lot” resale area. Services are available to military ID cardholders.

Equipment rental is one of the most popular programs offering everything from lawn and garden items to camping and boating equipment as well as sports gear and tools. Items may be reserved 30 days in advance.

The Outdoor Adventure program gets Airmen off base and exploring Arkansas — whether it is rock climbing, hiking, kayaking or a night on the town. Call Outdoor Recreation for more information.

Strike Zone Bowling Center

Building 956 501-987-3338 

Strike up some family fun at the bowling center. Shoe rental, bowling leagues, professional instruction and a snack bar are available. Visit the website for seasonal hours.

Skills Center

Building 656 501-987-6808 

Visit the Skills Center online for detailed information about the programs and services offered.

Arts & Crafts Center 501-987-6808

Feeling crafty? Unleash your creativity using the center’s tools and tables.

Auto Hobby 501-987-6803

Do your automobile maintenance at the center using its stalls, lifts and tools. It also offers auto classes to help with do-it-yourself repairs, and mechanics if you prefer to leave it in expert hands.

Frame Shop 501-987-6504

Give your images and keepsakes a beautiful display with the shop’s offerings of moldings, mats and glass. It features a digital matte cutter and experienced staff to help you with any project.

Rockin Graffix 501-987-5796

Engraving makes any project personal and perfect. Whatever your design needs are — plates, plaques, gift sets, pens, mugs, picture frames, pet tags and more — the experienced staff has your plans covered.

Wood Shop 501-987-6504

Use the shop’s tools to complete small-sized projects after completing the wood shop safety course.

Community Center

Building 940 501-987-6720 

The Walters Support Community Center offers a self-supervised game room for adults and youth, with pool tables, air hockey and a big-screen TV with video game systems. The party room features an indoor play structure for children 12 years and younger. A large ballroom is available for parties and receptions. The center also offers classes in piano, guitar, martial arts and more. The center is staffed for events; call for reservations.


Little Rock Commissary

Building 790 501-987-6990 

Save your hard-earned dollars when shopping for groceries at the Little Rock Commissary. In-store amenities and specialties include a bakery, party cakes, custom photo cakes, a deli, fresh sandwiches to go, plants, rotisserie chicken and sushi.

Little Rock Exchange 

The Little Rock Air Force Base Exchange wants to be your first choice for shopping. It offers a price-match program that guarantees the lowest prices in town. Hours for services outside of the Main Exchange vary, so call or visit the website for detailed information.

Main Exchange

Building 787 501-988-2337

Exchange Mobile Center 501-983-1916

Military Clothing Store 501-987-3250

Exchange Restaurants

Charley’s Grilled Subs 501-988-2238

Starbucks 501-349-5556

Subway 501-241-1449

Taco Bell 501-988-2238


5 Star Nutrition 501-982-1500

Alterations 501-988-9235

Barbershop 501-988-1160

Enterprise Car Rental Red phone kiosk

GNC 501-988-0561

H&R Block 501-983-0001

Laundry/Dry Cleaners 501-983-1616

Optical Center 501-988-2761

Express with Class Six/Firestone/Popeyes

Building 1305

Express/Class Six 501-988-1130/987-8092

Popeyes 501-988-1374

Precision Tune Auto 501-232-7205

Other Facilities

Burger King, Building 789 501-988-4412

Lakeside Express, Building 1996 501-988-4841

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