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  • Keesler hurricane prep: Stay safe this season

    Hurricane season officially begins June 1, but it’s never too early to plan ahead to protect your family and property from damaging storms.Every year the Gulf Coast is battered by hurricanes, and Keesler is no exception. Most recently, Hurricane Ida swept through the area in 2021.Hurricanes not only

  • Tips for holiday safety

    The holiday season is a time of celebration across the country, but it also comes with its own risks. Here are a few tips on how to stay safe during the holidays:CommunicationDecide on an emergency safe meeting place for your familyTeach kids what to do before, during and after a disasterOnline

  • Keep safety in mind this summer

    As the summer season approaches, it is important for families to be aware of the dangers that the summer months can bring. Summer is known for increased traveling, especially by vehicle.“A lot of people go on vacation during the summer months and the statistics say that most people tend to drive,”

  • Is it the flu or is it coronavirus?

    It is easy to feel vulnerable because of news about the coronavirus outbreak. The name of this disease is coronavirus disease 2019, abbreviated as COVID-19. The symptoms of influenza (flu) and coronavirus infection are similar, but these two illnesses are caused by different viruses. People with

  • Keesler revamps programs, processes to address housing concerns

    In an effort to improve management and oversight of Keesler Family Housing, leadership here outlined their plan to address resident’s concerns during two housing forums on March 18.These forums brought leadership from the base, resident advocate office, and Hunt together to outline the changes that

  • Arrive alive, don’t drink and drive

    Paul Ahlberg, 81st Medical Operations Squadron certified alcohol drug counselor, speaks to Airmen about alcohol awareness at the 81st Communications Squadron Dec. 19, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. December is impaired driving awareness month. More than 200 people were killed in the