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  • Keesler Dragon receives 2019 Community Volunteer of the Year for the City of Biloxi award

    Daniel Kazumura, 81st Training Wing Legal Office legal assistant, received the 2019 Community Volunteer of the Year Award for the City of Biloxi, April 16.Kazumura was nominated by Tech. Sgt. Ashley Nelson, 81st Communications Squadron information technology asset management NCO in charge, but ultimately won the award for the volunteer work he has
  • 81st LRS provides support for exercise Neptune Guardian

    The 81st Logistics Readiness Squadron supported a joint exercise, Neptune Guardian, with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard, April 6-11.In early March the sister services reached out to the 81st LRS to provide them with ground and air transportation support, a request the 81st LRS had no problem completing.“We have a group of highly motivated and
  • A1C Holt memorial: honoring sacrifice

    On April 5, 2019 the 334th Training Squadron held the fifth annual memorial event in honor of Airman 1st Class Antoine Holt, 603rd Air Control Squadron command and control battle management operations operator.The 334th TRS and members of the Holt family gather each year to not only remember the dedication Antoine had during his time in the Air
  • KMC Radiology Oncology Clinic improves capabilities

    The Keesler Medical Center Radiology Oncology Clinic held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Interventional Radiology Program here as well as for a Positron Emission Tomography and Computer Tomography scanner, April 10.These new capabilities allow the radiology oncology clinic to improve patient care in many different ways.“Our cancer center is a
  • Keesler graduates first non-prior service CWO student

    Airman 1st Class Josephino Cambosa, 333rd Training Squadron student, became the first non-prior service Airman to graduate the Cyber Warfare Operations Apprentice Course here, April 10.“I am honored to be the first non-prior service pipeline student,” said Cambosa. “I am excited to join like-minded individuals in a team effort to defend our
  • Air Force ROTC cadets find their Pathway to Blue

    Second Air Force held their fifth annual Pathways to Blue event here where more than 250 ROTC cadets and enlisted members attended to learn about different officer career fields, April 5-6.Throughout the event, cadets and Airmen pursuing commissioning programs learn about job opportunities, tour and fly in different aircraft and sit down with
  • SAPR office raises awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month and the Keesler SAPR office has organized multiple events throughout the month.Since the creation of the SAPR office in 2005 many different avenues are being used to bring awareness to the issue of sexual assault.“It is an opportunity to raise awareness about sexual assault and an opportunity
  • STEM Diversity Day: Building the Air Force We Need

    Keesler Air Force Base hosted its 5th Annual STEM Diversity Day at the fuel cell hanger March 29.
  • Care in the Air: Active, Reserve exercise enhances medical transit

    The C-130J Super Hercules flight had one reality for the flight crew and a completely different training reality for the military medical professionals in the cargo hold of the same aircraft March 10.The 815th Airlift Squadron flight crew took off from Keesler Air Force Base flew to Lakeland, Florida, then to Pope Army Airfield in Fayetteville,
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