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  • Keesler member wins GEICO Military Service Award

    Staff Sgt. Rashawn Thompson, 81st Medical Operations Squadron mental health technician, is the Air Force’s 2018 GEICO Military Service Award recipient.  Awarded annually to one member from each of the five armed services branches, the award recognizes a service member’s contributions to health and safety issues in their local and military
  • Ghouls invade Marina Park

    Keesler families enter the Boo Bus during Ghouls in the Park at Marina Park at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, Oct. 26, 2018. The Halloween event also featured a haunted house and various games for children of all ages. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Suzie Plotnikov)
  • Keesler connects with retirees at appreciation day

    U.S. Air Force Col. Debra Lovette, 81st Training Wing commander, speaks to a group of retirees during Retiree Appreciation Day inside the Roberts Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Facility at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, Oct. 26, 2018. The annual event is designed to connect retirees with on base and local services. (U.S. Air Force photo by
  • 81st TRG standardizes Airmen development

    The 81st Training Group initiates a test phase on a new program called Airmanship 200 for courses started on Oct. 15.The three-phase program allows instructors to start an Airman’s day by covering topics such as the profession of arms, character, life skills, how to be tactically ready and technically relevant. The goal is to deliver Airmen, who
  • Keesler protects the power

    October marks the federal government’s observance of Energy Action Month, highlighting the importance of energy and water for the Air Force.  The observation month encourages smart energy and water use and management for installations, ground vehicles and aircraft. The Air Force’s Energy Action Month theme, “Protect the Power”, serves as a call to
  • Keesler offers medical support to Tyndall evacuees

    All TRICARE eligible beneficiaries affected by Hurricane Michael are eligible for care at Keesler Medical Center.  To access care, please register with Beneficiary Services located on the first floor, room 1B200 of the hospital or call (228) 376-4742. Once you are registered, you may: Visit the Keesler Family Health Walk-In Clinic, Mon-Fri