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  • New trauma team meets specific needs

    The 81st Training Wing now has a traumatic stress response team that would respond following a potentially traumatic event. It replaces the critical incident stress management team. Unlike the CISM team concept, TSR is specifically tailored to the needs of the unit or individual given the particular potentially traumatic scenario. A potentially
  • Biloxi mayor takes flight on “Spirit of Biloxi”

    Biloxi Mayor A.J. Holloway took his first flight aboard the recently christened "Spirit of Biloxi," a C-130 cargo aircraft assigned to the 403rd Wing's "Flying Jennies." "It's very nice to be able to go on a trip like this," said Mayor Holloway, who journeyed with a group of 29 other civic leaders to Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., as part of the
  • AFSO21 -- Trainers evaluate discharge process to save time, funds

    Maximizing value and minimizing waste ... that's what Air Force Smart Operations 21 is all about. AFSO21 is an Air Force initiative that challenges people to look at ways to accomplish the Air Force mission more effectively and efficiently while maintaining quality and safety standards. The 81st Training Group began its AFSO21 journey Feb. 27
  • MARE Exercise

  • Bush honors Keesler volunteer

    Airman Alan Petz had a very important appointment March 1 -- he was meeting President George Bush. President Bush, who was visiting the Mississippi Gulf Coast and New Orleans for the 14th time since Hurricane Katrina, presented Airman Petz with the President's Volunteer Service Award. Airman Petz, who's assigned to the 81st Medical Operations
  • Mardi Gras

  • Medics expand surgical caseload

    Keesler Medical Center has expanded its surgical caseload to include ophthalmic procedures, according to Lt. Col. Barbara Coppedge, operating room flight commander and acting surgery flight commander. In a recent conference for the surgery staff, Maj. (Dr.) Keith Berry covered the pre-, intra- and post-operative phases of ophthalmic surgical
  • Keesler student's actions help save lives, property

    The actions of an off-duty Airman from the 332nd Training Squadron helped save lives and property in Alabama recently. Airman Tony Morris, a precision measurement equipment laboratory student and native of Moline, Ill., helped control a fire that threatened the lives of nearly 22 people and property estimated at over $1 million in Grand Bay, Ala.,