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  • Unity of Effort: Accelerating change together

    Coming together to share opportunities is a cornerstone for Keesler and its partners to accelerate change and take on the mission.From the sister services and programs on base to the organizations of the community and beyond, Keesler’s partnerships have provided a culture of innovation.“We learn from the time we enter the military that we are part
  • The first steps of an evolving partnership

    Through educational partnerships, the state of Mississippi strives towards enhancing cyber applications and providing technology assistance for all levels of education.Stemming from the collaboration of Keesler and Mississippi State University, new cyber capabilities have been initiated through the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief grant of
  • Keesler ensures readiness through online classes

     Following the effects of COVID-19, the 81st Training Group has taken measures to ensure safety among Airmen while also executing its crucial mission.The 336th Training Squadron initiated online classes for multiple courses within the squadron using electronic platforms such as Blackboard, which allows them to communicate and interact with the
  • Keesler graduates first non-prior service CWO student

    Airman 1st Class Josephino Cambosa, 333rd Training Squadron student, became the first non-prior service Airman to graduate the Cyber Warfare Operations Apprentice Course here, April 10.“I am honored to be the first non-prior service pipeline student,” said Cambosa. “I am excited to join like-minded individuals in a team effort to defend our
  • Dragons participate in Pathways2Possibilities

    More than 40 Airmen from the 81st Training Wing attended the 6th annual Pathways2Possibilities event Nov. 14 – 15, at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Convention Center.Ten groups from the 81st Training Wing represented Keesler amongst 100 different businesses and organizations from around the Mississippi Gulf Coast to teach eighth graders and at-risk
  • Cadets learn about their Pathway to Blue

    Second Air Force held their fourth annual “Pathways to Blue” initiative with more than 280 ROTC cadets representing 15 different colleges and universities here, April 6-7. Throughout the two-day event, ROTC cadets and enlisted personnel traveled through this diverse and inclusive event to better aim themselves to become future Air Force leaders.
  • Airmen bring home trophy from HackState

    Three Airmen from the 81st Training Support Squadron here competed in HackState Sept. 23-24 at Mississippi State University and won first place for the best safety hack. Staff Sgts. Christopher Pineda and David Campbell, 81st TRSS interactive media developers, and Staff Sgt. Joseph Hartsfield, 81st TRSS curriculum developer, participated in the
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