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  • The Edge of Vision: SNITS

    Did you know that every human eye has a blind spot? It doesn’t matter who you are, your eye has a spot void of receptors that can’t see a thing. Don’t believe me? You can test it for yourself! Search online for “how to find your blind spot,” and you’ll find a slew of articles that will guide you to find your very real and extremely bizarre blind spot.
  • My heritage lives in me

    I'll never forget the night I first met him.   It was late and raining outside. We pulled up to his house in Tennessee and my dad and I walked up to the front door. When the door opened I saw a tall shadowy figure standing in front of me. He didn't say a single word. He just held out his hand and at that moment I wasn't scared anymore.   I was
  • What's in a badge?

    When out and about on the base, I’m often asked the meaning of my Air Force Inspector General Badge. More often than not, when I tell someone I work for the 81st Training Wing IG office, the common response is a raised eyebrow. This look obviously indicates some are leery or do not fully understand the role of an IG member.   With very few
  • The spirit of Special Olympics

    Keesler’s relationship with Special Olympics Mississippi was started by Col. Hank Boardman, former 81st Training Wing commander, then known as the 3300th Technical Training Wing. Hosting the Special Olympics was established as a community outreach program and was designed to join junior officers with NCOs to teach them how to organize logistical
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