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  • March 2015 Discipline Corner

      The following members of the 81st Training Wing were punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice in March 2015. COURT MARTIALS 1. A captain from the 81st Medical Operations Squadron was found guilty of making a false official statement, wrongful use of hydromorphone hydrochloride, wrongful use of morphine, and stealing hydromorphone
  • February 2015 Discipline Corner

    The following members of the 81st Training Wing were punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice in February 2015. Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15s) Alcohol Related Incidents 1.  An airman first class from the 334th Training Squadron was punished under Article 15 for wrongfully possessing alcohol in the dormitory and wrongfully consuming
  • January 2015 Discipline Corner

    The following members of the 81st Training Wing were punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice in January. Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15s) Simple assault 1.  A staff sergeant from the 334th Training Squadron was punished under Article 15 for unlawfully assaulting his wife in violation of Article 128, UCMJ.  His punishment was a
  • December 2014 Discipline Corner

    The following members of the 81st Training Wing were punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) in December 2014. Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15s) and Vacation Action Failure to Go 1.  An airman first class from the 81st Surgical Operations Squadron was punished under Article 15 for failing to go at the prescribed time to her
  • November 2014 Discipline Corner

    The following members of the 81st Training Wing were punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice in November 2014. Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15s) Failure to Go 1. A staff sergeant from the 335th Training Squadron was punished under Article 15 for failing to go at the prescribed time to his appointed place of duty (in violation of
  • 333RD TRAINING SQUADRON

    The squadron provides officer cyberspace initial skills training and enlisted cyberspace advanced skills training. In addition the squadron is also responsible for the development, revision, and instruction of technical courses supporting global operations. Our mission is to "actively seek out high quality training and leadership opportunities to
  • Hurricane recovery information

    After a hurricane passes, Keesler people who evacuated contact their units for instructions. If communication with the base isn't possible, call the Air Force Personnel Center, 1-800-435-9941. Also, if directed, update your information in the Air Force Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (AFPAAS) by logging into the Air Force
  • Hurricane sheltering information

    The 81st Training Wing commander decides whether mission-essential personnel and/or students shelter on base or evacuate.Only one entrance to each shelter is open.People on basic allowance for subsistence provide their own food. Although those on meal cards receive meals-ready-to-eat, they should bring extra food.Take non-perishable food, baby
  • Training Records

    I need a copy of my technical training transcript. How can I obtain one?Requests for duplicate training certificates or to verify completed/attempted training should be sent to 81trss.tsre@us.af.mil or call 228-377-3336. Records are maintained for 30 years after a student's graduation date.
  • Visiting Keesler AFB

    I want to visit Keesler. What do I need to do? Keesler's Visitor Center is open 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and is adjacent to the White Avenue (Main) gate located directly north off of Hwy 90. The office is closed on weekends and federal holidays.Keesler's Visitor's Center provides passes for short and long term
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