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  • 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

    COURTS -MARTIAL1. An airman first class from the 81st Wing Staff Agencies was found guilty of desertion andviolating a general order (in violation of Articles 85 and 92, UCMJ). His punishment was a reprimand, reduction to the grade of airman basic, forfeiture of $1,031 pay per month for 12 months, five months confinement, and a bad conduct
  • Dental Clinic

    81st Dental SquadronComplete dental care is provided for all active-duty military personnel assigned to Keesler in one of the largest and best-equipped dental clinics in the Air Force. It is a major referral and consultant center for active-duty personnel assigned to other military organizations in the surrounding area and has all dental
  • DBIDS Information for retirees

    New "ID Card System" Soon, to gain access to Keesler, you will need more than your ID card. Before 30 June 2011, you must also be registered in the Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS). Registration for (DBIDS) has begun at Keesler. DBIDS is a DoD identity authentication and force protection tool and everyone (Active duty, DoD
  • Disney Discount Opportunities - New

    Walt Disney World® ResortSalutes The U.S. Military with a 4-Day Ticket for Only $99Active or Retired Member of the U.S. MilitaryWith "Disney's Armed Forces Salute," from Jan. 3 to July 31, 2010, active and retired U.S. military personnel (including active and retired members of the United States Coast Guard and active members of the National Guard
  • Drinking water monitoring

    Aug. 4, Keesler received a notice of violation from the Mississippi Department of Health for failure to comply with the Safe Drinking Water Act. "We are required to monitor your drinking water for specific contaminants on a monthly basis," said Maj. David Hunt, bioenvironmental engineering flight commander for the 81st Aerospace Medicine Squadron.
  • Dragon of the week

    Name -- Senior Airman Jacob Broersma Unit -- 81st Dental Squadron Position -- endodontic technician Time in Air Force -- five years Time at Keesler -- 10 months Hometown -- Myrtle Beach, S.C. Noteworthy -- he's recognized as a dedicated wingman always willing to help fellow Airmen. Squadron leaders say he often works through lunch and after duty
  • dragon of the week--rose

    Name -- Staff Sgt. Caleb "Cable" Rose Unit -- 81st Training Wing Position -- executive assistant to the 81st TRW command chief Time in Air Force -- 12 years Time at Keesler -- four years Hometown -- Las Vegas Noteworthy -- Recently met Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz, Air Education and Training Command commander Gen. Stephen Lorenz,
  • Dependent ID Cards

    Dependent ID cards must be renewed every four years, within 30 days of expiration. It is the responsibility of the sponsor and/or the card holder to ensure that renewal is accomplished.At Keesler, ID Cards can be renewed at the Customer Service Section located in the Sablich Center, Room 125. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m.
  • Dragon Of The Week

    Name -- Tech. Sgt. Asha Gray Position -- weather forecaster instructor Unit--335th Training Squadron Time inAir Force -- 13 years Time at Keesler -- two years Hometown -- Los Angeles Noteworthy -- I was recognized by the city of Biloxi for outstanding volunteerism for 2007, and I organized more than 350 volunteers for a playground build in