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  • AFW2 briefs Airmen on resources

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior program ambassadors told their stories to Keesler Airmen across base from June 6 to 8.AFW2 provides support and services to wounded, ill and injured Airmen by providing nonmedical care support and helping facilitate some medical care support.The nature of the military

  • Under pressure: Keesler DCRF excels during exercise

    Keesler’s Defense Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Response Force (DCRF) know that time is always of the essence.The 117-person team from Keesler participated in a joint exercise with U.S. Army medical personnel at Camp Atterbury, Indiana on May 3-15.“Our job is to drop into a bare bones

  • Air Force family inspires generations of service

    They say you have two families: the one you’re born into, then the one you get when you raise your right hand and swear in.At the promotion ceremony for Maj. Amanda Delgado, 81st Surgical Squadron OBGYN physician, from captain to major, Amanda administered the oath to her younger brother, Jose

  • Keesler Victims’ Counsel is here to help

    For survivors of sexual assault, a support system is essential for recovery.The Victims’ Counsel, formerly known as the Special Victims’ Counsel, is a dedicated military legal office that specializes in representing victims of sexual assault.“We are considered a tenant unit here at Keesler, meaning

  • Fallen Warrior: Master Sgt. Ronnie Walker

    For our Fallen Warrior commemoration this week, we remember Fairhope, Alabama native U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Ronnie Walker, 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron member.He served his country honorably in the Air Force for over 31 years. Walker received commendations for his military service in

  • Fallen Warrior: Pvt. Thomas Lee

    For our Fallen Warrior commemoration this week, we remember U.S. Army Pvt. Thomas Lee, 1st Cavalry Division soldier, a 20 year old native of Dalton, Georgia.Lee was serving in Mosul, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. On May 29, 2009, Lee lost his life after an explosive device struck his