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  • Fallen Warrior: The Four Chaplains

    For our Fallen Warrior commemoration this week, we remember U.S. Army Air Force Lt. George Fox, Lt. Alexander Goode, Lt. John Washington and Lt. Clark Poling, SS Dorchester chaplains.

  • Keesler Air Force Base Homeschool Group

    It takes a leap of faith to make the decision to homeschool. Families put a lot of thought behind their children’s education, and the decision to homeschool can be a scary one. One of the major worries of military homeschoolers is finding a community in which they feel they belong each time they