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  • Keesler hosts first Military Women's Summit

    The Mississippi Veterans Affairs’ 2021 Military Women’s Summit was held on Keesler for the first time March 25 and 26, at the Bay Breeze Event Center.Various leaders across the Air Force spoke on many topics with the goal of supporting a diverse and inclusive force to an audience consisting of men and women of different ranks, time in service and
  • Inspiring the next generation of female leaders

    From combat pilots to various positions around the Air Force, women have proven their capabilities as leaders and demonstrated their importance to the mission. Keesler is celebrating outstanding women and their contributions to making the Air and Space Forces a more diverse and lethal force throughout Women’s History Month.Tech Sgt. Dynasty Arentz,
  • Keesler to host women’s summit

    The Mississippi Veterans Affairs’ Military Women’s Summit will be held March 25 and 26 at the Bay Breeze Event Center. Topics discussed at the summit will include owning leadership, authenticity, having it all, maintaining work-life balance, separations and the future outside of the military. Although this is a Military Women’s Summit culminating the Women’s Heritage Month celebration, the content and presentations will be valuable for all active duty, guard, reserve and civilians, regardless of gender, rank, or time in service.
  • The mission and the community: Contracted for excellence

    One way the partnership between Keesler and the community is strengthened is through local contracts created to support Keesler’s mission and the local community. The 81st Contracting Squadron writes contracts with vendors for various necessities such as commodities, services and construction.
  • Bringing training to-go

     Master Sgt. Carlos Santiago, 334th Training Squadron Air Traffic Control Apprentice Course superintendent, helped develop the Pocket App alongside a team of four others in response to ATC course students wanting a more effective way of studying outside the classroom. “The Pocket App is a revolutionary one stop shop ATC training application,” said Santiago. “This app can build anyone that knows nothing about the career, giving them basic principles of air traffic control.”