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  • AETC's 2018 Outstanding Airmen of the Year recognized

    Air Education and Training Command honored 11 Airmen and eight civilians as the the command’s 2018 winners of the Outstanding Airmen of the Year Feb. 26, 2019. The OAY awards are presented annually, recognizing the top officer, enlisted and civilian members of the command. Winners will compete at Air Force level. Aspects of consideration for Airmen to be nominated for OAY include superior leadership, job performance, community involvement and personal achievements.
  • Keesler, Biloxi finalize airshow performers

    Aerial Performances: **Not listed in order of performance**U.S. Air Force ThunderbirdsTeam Aeroshell – 4 x AT-6DArmy Special Ops – Black Daggers Alabama Boys – Decathlon & CubTwin Tigers – 2 x Yak 55s Jeremy Holt – Pegasus Bi-PlaneWild Blue Rodeo – RV-8 Scott Francis – MXS P-40P-51 – Quick Silver Mustang T-33 – Ace Maker Airshows F-4U
  • Krewe of Medics celebrate 31 years

    The 2019 Krewe of Medics Royalty Court pose for a photo during the 31st Annual Krewe of Medics Mardi Gras Ball at the Bay Breeze Event Center on Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, Feb. 23, 2019. The Krewe of Medics hosts a yearly ball to give Keesler Medical Center personnel a taste of the Gulf Coast and an opportunity to experience a traditional
  • Keesler student receives perfect score throughout course

    U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Barbara Kruse, 334th Training Squadron student, reviews aviation resource management apprentice course study material inside Wolfe Hall at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, Feb. 26, 2019. Kruse graduated with perfect scores throughout the course. After graduation she will return to the 170th Operations Support Squadron
  • Keesler leadership hosts family housing open house

    Keesler Air Force Base leadership came together at the Bay Breeze Event Center for the Keesler Housing Review Open House from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m, Feb. 25.Keesler created the forum to give military members and their spouses a chance to voice their housing concerns and provide possible solutions.“Leadership felt like they needed a venue to be able to
  • Keesler sees efficiencies, improved care under Defense Health Agency

    U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Ronald J. Place, Defense Health Agency (DHA), Director for the National Capital Region Medical Directorate, visited Keesler Medical Center Feb 12-13.
  • Keesler celebrates Black History Month with Jackie Robinson movie showing

    The movie, 42, a story of Jackie Robinson’s rise to fame in Major League Baseball, was shown to a nearly packed house at the Welch Theater Feb. 21 as part of the Black History Month celebration taking place throughout the month here. This was the sixth of eight planned events taking place throughout the month of February to celebrate Black History