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  • 81st TRG installs commercial Wi-Fi

    Keesler is one of two Air Education and Training Command bases installing commercial Wi-Fi in its training group, Dec. 3 – Jan. 18. The installation is part of an initiative to expand resources the students, instructors and training managers can use for their courses. “One of the things the training groups and squadrons have a problem with is
  • Keesler, Biloxi host joint air show

    Keesler Air Force Base and the city of Biloxi, Miss., working with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, have confirmed that the official date for “Thunder Over the Sound: The Keesler and Biloxi Air and Space Show” will be May 4, and 5, 2019. The event takes place over both KAFB and the Biloxi sound. While exact times and acts are still being
  • Returning service members recognized at concert

    Country music star Martina McBride performs at the opening night of her Joy of Christmas tour in Biloxi, Miss., Nov. 23, 2018. During her performance, McBride recognized two Keesler Air Force Base military members who had recently returned from deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarah Loicano)
  • How to become an e-donor

    Keesler Air Force Base has one of the three Blood Donor Centers in the Air Force and is re-launching its online appointment scheduler known as eDonor.The Keesler Blood Donor Center is part of the Armed Services Blood Program, which serves as the sole provider of blood for the U.S. military, and collects and processes blood products for service
  • Dragons participate in Pathways2Possibilities

    More than 40 Airmen from the 81st Training Wing attended the 6th annual Pathways2Possibilities event Nov. 14 – 15, at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Convention Center.Ten groups from the 81st Training Wing represented Keesler amongst 100 different businesses and organizations from around the Mississippi Gulf Coast to teach eighth graders and at-risk
  • Rebuilding Tyndall: Keesler team helps restore base communications

    Total devastation. No power. No running water. The scene on the ground at Tyndall Air Force Base was a grim, 'post-apocalyptic' one when a five man team from Keesler's 85th Engineering Installation Squadron arrived in mid-October, just days after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Gulf Coast.Hurricane Michael was the strongest storm to hit Florida
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