• Fit Facts

    Here's a roundup of some Fit Facts from the Base Operational Support Team!

  • Victims' Counsel

    The JAG Corps is committed to the larger Air Force goal of supporting and taking care of victims of sexual assault. As part of this goal, the JAG Corps has created the VC program. The purpose of this program is to advise, advocate for, and empower victims through independent legal representation.

  • 336th Training Squadron

    Mission: Train, develop, and certify Cyber warfighters and Public Affairs AirmenVision: Inspire technically capable, core value driven, operationally ready warriors

  • Prohibited substances

    Department of Defense employees are subject to prosecution for the consumption or possession of certain substances. Knowing your restrictions and knowing your resources can prevent you from finding yourself in trouble for illegal drug use.

  • Keesler's farmer's market

    Over 20 vendors will be selling items such as fresh produce, cold-pressed juice, homemade granola, coffee, infused cooking oils, local honey and more on base.

  • DRIVE Program

    The Develop, Redistribute, Improve, Vault, Expose (DRIVE) program aims to place Airmen and Guardians who are medically discharged with unique skills into historically hard to fill civilian positions across the Air Force and Space Force, benefiting the individual and the career field.

  • Mental Health

    Behavioral Health / Primary Care Behavioral HealthFor any crisis or emergency, call 911, report to the nearest emergency room, or contact the toll-free, confidential 24-hour hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text 838255.Primary Care Behavioral HealthPrimary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) provides

  • Military & Family Readiness Flight

    The Military & Family Readiness Flight provides targeted support and services, contributing to the mission readiness, resiliency and well-being of the military community. In consultation with installation leadership and the supported population, we provide a personal and family readiness foundation

  • Family Advocacy Program

    Family Advocacy Program:Social Work and NursingTelephone: 376-3457; DSN 591-3457Location: 301 Fisher St. Biloxi, MS 39531 (Keesler MTF), Mental Health ClinicHours of Operation: 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday- Friday; closed every 3rd Thursday.The program is focused on improving the relationships of the