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  • Keesler survives hurricane exercise

    Airmen and civilians assigned to Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., participate in an incentive flight aboard a C-17 Globemaster III from Altus Air Force Base, Okla., Aug. 4, 2016. The incentive flight was part of a weeklong hurricane exercise to prepare Keesler for the current hurricane season. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Duncan
  • Wingman Week looks to bring Airmen and families together

    The 81st Training Wing will host its annual Wingman Week April 25-29.The week-long event includes multiple 5k runs, a Story Tellers showcase covering hardships and resiliency, a heritage themed scavenger hunt, a live streaming event and much more.Wingman Week’s goal is to help strengthen fitness, resilience, and readiness in Airmen, families,
  • The fast track to becoming a victim advocate

    The Keesler Sexual Assault Response coordinator is always in search for new victim advocates to provide support, liaison services and care to victims of sexual assault. If an eligible Airman or Defense Department civilian is interested in joining the program, they can follow these steps to becoming a victim advocate. Determine your
  • TRICARE 101: Understanding military healthcare

    TRICARE can be a complex creature to some military members and dependents. Luckily, there are professionals right here at Keesler who are in-the-know with TRICARE and can assist with some of the confusion.Maj. Jeff Kincannon, 81st Medical Support Squadron TRICARE operations and patient’s administration flight commander, and Linda Davis, 81st MDSS
  • Keesler Medical Center passes inspection with flying colors

    The 81st Medical Group retained its accreditation for another three years by The Joint Commission after their inspection concluded on Jan. 29, 2016. “We did fantastic,” said Maj. Andrew Rohrer, 81st Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron pathologist. “We received a couple of best practice nods on the national level and were told we were one of the
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