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  • Keesler dining facilities serve family atmosphere

    Keesler DFACs serve family-type atmosphere
  • Becoming an Airman: Military child brings resiliency into serving

    In 1985, Jon Marti left for Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas for Air Force basic military training. Little did he know 29 years later his daughter would be following in his footsteps to become an Airman. As children, we may look up to our parents for inspiration on who we would like to be when we get older because of sacrifices they
  • ER: Delivering the best in emergency care

    The 81st Medical Operations Squadron’s emergency room, which sees around 2,000 patients monthly, is one of the several clinics in Keesler Medical Center. However, what sets it apart from the other clinics is the high level of agility required of its staff at a moment’s notice.Agility, according to the 2016 Air Education and Training Command
  • Relationships built by Airmen sponsors, Athletes

    “I’ve learned to put myself out there and give everything my all,” said Airman Basic Ashlyn Tran, 336th Training Squadron student. “From here on out, whenever I get nervous, I will remember back to my time here at Special Olympics and say ‘if the athletes can give it their all, then there’s no reason I couldn’t either.’”At the beginning of the 2016
  • Passion vs priorities

    Physical fitness doesn’t come easy for everyone – sometimes the drive to finish one more repetition or set a new personal best just doesn’t cut it. For 1st Lt. Christian Torres, having the spirit to stay mentally and physically strong when going through adversity is not just found in the gym, it’s a way of life. Some people love free weights,
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