Warfighting culture, changing mindsets: Topics for command chief’s brief to Airmen
Around the Air Force: Airmen and Guardians in the Fight, Cyber and IT Warrant Officers
Building tomorrow’s Air Force: multi-capable, language-enabled Airman
Legacy of a former POW, SJA lives on in Maxwell courtroom
17 TRW Black History Month Luncheon
Inaugural ‘Gameapalooza’ examines gaming’s role in future Air Force training
Aviation and Space Safety Pioneers in Black History
AF Week in Photos
Flosi to AFMC family: Embrace change, make every day count
DAF members recognized during BEYA STEM awards
Around the Air Force: Reoptimizing for Great Power Competition
AFWERX showcases innovation at AFA Warfare Symposium; Spark Tank Finalist voting open until March 21
Biloxi Chamber of Commerce Junior Leadership students toured Keesler to learn about the mission and training capabilities. Col. Billy Pope Jr., 81st Training Wing commander, spoke to the students about peer leadership and mentorship before they saw a military working dog demonstration from the 81st
Bay High School Junior ROTC cadets visited Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi to learn about the base’s mission and technical training transformations. The cadets watched students in training perform in the 81st Training Group drill down, toured the 815th Airlift Squadron, marched with the Keesler
Sgt. Anastacia Lange, 333rd Training Squadron Cyber Warfare Operator (CWO) course instructor, is breaking barriers as the first Guardian and the first female instructor in the course’s history.
Four Coast Guardsmen are scheduled to graduate from Airman Leadership School for the first time since 2020 on Feb. 8th, 2024. Headquarters Air Force has always pushed for creating a joint environment, but local networking led to more Coast Guardsmen being integrated into ALS here on base.