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Path of prayer leads chaplain, priest to KeeslerPath of prayer leads chaplain, priest to Keesler
Path of prayer leads chaplain, priest to Keesler

Chaplain Close briefs a room full of incoming students at the Levitow Training Support Facility on the various worship services they will find both on and off base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Fisher House program growing after 20 yearsFisher House program growing after 20 years
Fisher House program growing after 20 years

Otis Hall, an Army veteran from Pensacola, Fla., eats his cereal, reads the morning newspaper and enjoys the comforts that the Fisher House provides while he receives his medical treatment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Fisher House is home away from home for patients, familiesFisher House is home away from home for patients, families
Fisher House is home away from home for patients, families

Larry Vetter, 81st Medical Group, Fisher House manager. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Fisher House program growing after 20 yearsFisher House program growing after 20 years
Fisher House program growing after 20 years

Mary Burley, housekeeper at Keesler’s Fisher House, polishes a bronze statue of Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher, founders of the Fisher House program. By the time Zachary Fisher died in 1999, he and his wife had financed more than 20 Fisher Houses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Reservist pins on first starReservist pins on first star
Reservist pins on first star

Staff Sgt. Ashley Brunson, left, serving as proffer, stands by asMaj.Gen.Mary KayHertog, 2nd Air Force commander, and Col. Andrew Cain, vice commander, pin stars on Brig. Gen. Norman Ham Jr., Jan. 5. General Ham has served as General Hertog’s mobilization assistant since May 2008. He was commissioned in 1981 and served on active duty until 1990 as an aircraft commander, life support officer and assistant executive officer to the Air Force vice chief of staff. As a reservist, he’s served as chief of an air traffic operations center, command and control officer, C-130H aircraft commander and operations officer. He was chief of operational plans, long range plans and flight safety at 22nd Air Force. He commanded an airlift squadron which deployed to Afghanistan and served as vice commander of an airlift wing, where he completed a 195-day deployment as a combined air operations center battle commander. He’s a command pilot with more than 11,000 hours of military and civilian flying time, including combat missions in support of Operations Joint Endeavor, Joint Forge and Enduring Freedom. In his civilian capacity, he’s been employed since 1990 by a major airline and is qualified as a captain on the B-737-800. (U.S. Air Force photo by Adam Bond)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Registration continues for Defense Biometric IDsRegistration continues for Defense Biometric IDs
Registration continues for Defense Biometric IDs

Kevin Davis, right, 81st Medical Support Squadron, has his electronic fingerprint taken as part of DBIDS registration in the 81st Medical Group Hospital outpatient clinic lobby Jan. 12. Staff Sgt. Christopher Jenkins, 81st Security Forces Squadron, conducted the processing. Another hospital processing point is located in the hospital’s A Tower lobby. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Childbirth simulationChildbirth simulation
Childbirth simulation

Second Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Mary Kay Hertog, right, observes members of the 81st Inpatient Operations Squadron family birthing center staff as they begin an obstetric emergency simulation Jan. 12. From left, staff members are medical technician Senior Airman Katadrian Handley and nurses Cindy Butz and Lidia Landry. According to Maj. Amber Barker, maternal child flight commander, the exercise used patient simulator “Katrina” to replicate a breech delivery. Seven medics participated in the event, including medical technicians, nurses, a midwife and pediatrician. One simulation each month covers a variety of topics such as postpartum hemorrhage and emergency cesearean sections, and are held multiple times so all staff are covered. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Four Keesler heroes honored during annual AETC SymposiumFour Keesler heroes honored during annual AETC Symposium
Four Keesler heroes honored during annual AETC Symposium

The Floyds and Airman Martin rescued two passengers from a submerged vehicle. The two Airmen went through basic training together. Airman Floyd arrived at Keesler in March and Airman Martin arrived in May. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Four Keesler heroes honored during annual AETC SymposiumFour Keesler heroes honored during annual AETC Symposium
Four Keesler heroes honored during annual AETC Symposium

Dr. (Maj.) Stephen Boskovich, 81st Medical Operations Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Wounded warrior visits KeeslerWounded warrior visits Keesler
Wounded warrior visits Keesler

Sergeant Flowers, who lost his right leg when he stepped on a landmine while deployed to Afghanistan, is now an explosive ordnance disposal instructor at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Eric Summers Jr.)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Wounded warrior visits KeeslerWounded warrior visits Keesler
Wounded warrior visits Keesler

Staff Sgt. David Flowers speaks to students at the Mathies NCO Academy Jan. 20. Sergeant Flowers, an instructor at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., lost his right leg in a landmine explosion while deployed to Afghanistan. He was one of 18 Airmen cited for their bravery and heroism in the fifth volume of the Air Force’s “Portraits in Courage” released in December. Sergeant Flowers, who also spoke to students at Airman Leadership School, made the trip to Keesler while visiting family members in Biloxi and Diamondhead, Miss. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Eric Summers Jr.)
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Posted: 1/26/2011

Keesler nurse greets presidentKeesler nurse greets president
Keesler nurse greets president

First Lt. Erin Cornman, left, 81st Inpatient Operations Squadron medical inpatient unit nurse, is among members of the 455th Expeditionary Medical Group at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, to meet President Barack Obama during his December visit to the hospital. The president addressed hundreds of base personnel during his visit. (White House photo)
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Posted: 1/18/2011

    

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