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  • CMSAF highlights mentorship during virtual panel

    The Air Education Training Command Mentoring Council hosted the second virtual mentorship panel ‘From Good to Great through Personal Perspective: A Panel of Mentors’ May 25.During this panel, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass, along with other senior enlisted leaders, shared her

  • Guiding the next generation

    Mentoring the next generation of leaders in our Air Force holds huge responsibility. Lieutenants and NCOs are responsible for leading Airmen, but they look for guidance from their senior NCOs and company grade officers, those with experience, on how to lead the right way.

  • Developing warfighters of all kinds

    Providing service members mentorship opportunities, the Keesler Professional Development Center strives to help reach personal and professional goals, whilst assisting commanders by providing career enhancement support for the total force.The PDC includes courses such as Informed Decision Briefings,

  • Reaching back to mentorship

    Going through school we learn lessons and then take tests. For life we take tests and learn a lesson. Would it not be nice to take a look at what other’s learned before you are tested? Well that is exactly what having a mentor does for you.We all have questions and can use the help from those that

  • Chief Bruce: Mentor for the next generation

    To spread his knowledge as a mentor and his experience as a leader, Chief Master Sgt. Kenneth Bruce, 16th Air Force command chief, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, held a briefing with Keesler personnel at Stennis Hall on March 25.A variety of Airmen were invited to talk with Bruce and ask

  • Mentored to the path of success

    As a brand-new one-striped Airman straight out of high school there was much for me to learn heading to the 81st Training Wing Public Affairs Office. There was so much in life that I had yet to experience and a future of possibility ahead. I was only sure of one thing; I wanted to

  • LIFTing resilience levels

    The first Leaders Influencing Together (LIFT) event was held in form of an ice cream social at the Lighthouse inside of the Larcher Chapel here, Nov. 8.Non-commissioned officers, senior non-commissioned officers, and company grade officers gathered to mentor Airmen in an open forum. The Airmen in

  • Pathways to Blue shows ROTC cadets the way

    More than 180 ROTC cadets representing 22 different colleges and universities along with 31 active duty enlisted members attended the second annual “Pathways to Blue” initiative hosted by 2nd Air Force at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. April 15-16.During the two-day event, cadets and airmen learned