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  • Providing a comfortable home for Airmen

    After a meeting between Keesler leadership and Airmen on base, the 81st Training Wing decided to take action to make much-needed changes to the dorms on base a top priority. The Keesler housing management office has made significant improvements within the last few months to improve the living areas for Airmen.Brett Long, Infrastructure Division
  • Biloxi unveils Gold Star Families Memorial Monument

    The Gold Star Families Memorial Monument was dedicated to Gold Star families in memory of their loved ones, Nov. 23, in Biloxi, Mississippi. The memorial, in addition to a display case placed in the Sablich Center at Keesler, serves as a reminder to Airmen they serve in the profession of arms and fallen heroes will never be forgotten.
  • Keesler Medical Center receives national recognition

    The American College of Surgeons recognized the Keesler Medical Center as a 2018 meritorious hospital for its surgical patient care recently.The ACS National Surgical Quality Improvement Program recognized Keesler as being in the top 10 percent of 722 hospitals nationwide for patient outcomes in all cases and in the high risk categories.”We are
  • Keesler teams up to salvage, donate food

    On Nov. 14, Keesler came together to salvage food from a transit aircraft that had maintenance issues en route to Honduras to deliver approximately 15,000 pounds of food rations.Their mission was delayed and eventually cancelled due to a safety concern. “Our captain got a call from emergency management about an issue at the fire department where
  • Keesler renovates cardiac cath lab to provide better, safer care

    The Keesler Cardiology Pulmonary Clinic had a ribbon cutting ceremony for their newly renovated cardiac catheterization laboratory, Nov. 15.In an approximately 10-month-process, the lab was upgraded with an entire suite of technology to provide better and safer care for patients as well as the surgical team.“The new additions allow us to improve
  • Airman follows footsteps of an Air Force family legacy

    In 2015, the 334th Training Squadron dedicated a conference room inside Cody Hall to retired Col. Derrel Dempsey who served in the Air Force from 1954 – 1984 and accomplished a lot in his 30 year Air Force career.The grandson of Dempsey, 2nd Lt. Kiefer Luth, 57th Operation Support Squadron airfield operations officer, had the honor of graduating
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