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  • Work at gates impacts traffic flow

    White Avenue Gate -- July 22, two lanes at a time are blocked while asphalt is being poured. Another construction project that's expected to run through August may require lane closures for short periods while certain work is in progress.White Avenue, Meadows Drive and Pass Road Gates -- from 7 a.m.

  • Forum targets family care issues

    Paula Tracy, chair of the Keesler Integrated Resource Team, represents Keesler at the Air Force Caring for People forum, Tuesday through July 21 in Arlington, Va.The forum solicits information and develop recommendations for targeted support to the total Air Force Family."Each Air Force installation

  • 21 graduate from ALS

    Twenty-two senior airmen graduated from Airman Leadership School June 30 as members of Class 11-5.Graduates are:81st Aerospace Medicine Squadron -- John Reed.81st Dental Squadron -- Hansil Jules.81st Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron -- Phillip Cunningham (academic award).81st Force Support

  • Training group recognizes top Airman, military training flights

    July 6, the 81st Training Group announced its Airman of the Month for June and military training flights for June and the second quarter of 2011.Airman of theMonth is Airman 1st Class Andrew Lipian, an aviation resource management student in the 334th Training Squadron. Lipian is from Grafton, Ohio,

  • Drill pad is Red Wolves' lair

    The 336th Training Squadron Red Wolves howled their way to their second overalldrill down win in Friday's 81st Training Group's drill down competition.The Red Wolves, who earned first place overall in February, placed first in open ranks and regulation drill and second place in freestyle drill.The