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  • LIFTing resilience levels

    The first Leaders Influencing Together (LIFT) event was held in form of an ice cream social at the Lighthouse inside of the Larcher Chapel here, Nov. 8.Non-commissioned officers, senior non-commissioned officers, and company grade officers gathered to mentor Airmen in an open forum. The Airmen in attendance sought guidance and mentorship in various
  • New direction for religious affairs Airmen

    Faith is a force in which some hold dearly. Practicing religion is not just a privilege of every Airman, but a right. The Chaplain Corps of every unit ensures this royalty is protected in the name of the Air Force.The Chaplain Corps does not just contain officers, but enlisted Airmen also play a crucial part where they are known as religious
  • Turning supervisors into LEADers

    The new three-day intensive Leadership Enhancement and Development Seminar completed its first class Nov. 7, here. LEADS teaches communication skills that allow supervisors to not only lead their subordinates, but to motivate them and create a more productive work environment.
  • The Lighthouse; guiding young Airmen to hope

    The official opening and ribbon-cutting of the Lighthouse was held in Larcher Chapel, here, Nov. 1.The Lighthouse is a part of the Larcher Chapel where permanent party Airmen, airman basic to senior airmen, can interact and build connections with one another.“We chose the name ‘The Lighthouse’ because the lighthouse is the ultimate symbol of hope,”
  • Keesler renames Sablich Auditorium in honor of George Budz

    Friends, family and members from Keesler Air Force Base gathered inside the Sablich Center Auditorium Oct. 31, for a room dedication ceremony in honor of George Budz. Budz served as the director of business operations at the 81st Contracting Squadron when he passed away Aug. 3, 2018.“I was here when he was our squadron commander, and then our
  • Honoring MTLs in the Enlisted Heritage Hall

    A ceremony took place to dedicate a wall inside of the Air Force Enlisted Heritage Hall highlighting military training leaders Oct. 30, 2019 in Gunter Annex at Maxwell Air Force Base, AL."This event was held to commemorate the lineage and heritage that the MTLs have with the U.S. Air Force," said Chief Master Sgt. Daniel Reed, Second Air Force
  • Building training innovation

    The trainer development center is responsible for modernizing training materials for the Air Force through the most cost-effective methods possible. The cost-effective modernization of training equipment is made possible through the four sections of the trainer development center: the instructional technology unit, trainer development portion, simulation software and cyber campus training network.