Environmental Commitment Statement

Our mission is to technically train warfighters, and to develop and inspire them. We provide a wide array of capabilities in over 160 career field specialty training courses from 8 operating locations in the

continental United States.U.S. Airmen, their families and friends attend the 2023 Cruisin' Keesler competition at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, Sept. 30, 2023.  We are committed to protecting our natural environment and providing a safe and healthy work environment. Our goal is to reduce environmental risks for our personnel and surrounding communities by implementing an effective Environmental Management System (EMS) and partnering with local governments to protect the Back Bay of Biloxi. We will continue to do so by complying with relevant environmental regulations, Executive Orders, DoD, DAF policy and having a cross-functional team periodically review, audit, and update Keesler AFB EMS to ensure its continual improvements and appropriateness. This review includes environmental objectives and targets identified in the EMS and other policies. All units will strive to:

  • Minimize and eliminate the creation of wastes and the release of pollutants.
  • Conserve natural resources by reusing, recycling, and purchasing the recycled materials.
  • Ensure responsible use of energy by improving efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources

Conformity to the EMS policy is the responsibility of all Keesler personnel.

Approved by ESOHC 15 Nov 2023

2023 Pass Rd. Gate Assessment

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