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  • 81st TRSS welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Elbert G. Mose, incoming 81st Training Support Squadron commander, received command from Lt. Col. Stephen P. Arnott, outgoing 81st TRSS commander, during a change of command ceremony here, June 20.Col. Leo Lawson, Jr., 81st Training Group commander, presided over the ceremony."I can’t wait to get to know the 81st Training Support
  • Keesler sees efficiencies, improved care under Defense Health Agency

    U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Ronald J. Place, Defense Health Agency (DHA), Director for the National Capital Region Medical Directorate, visited Keesler Medical Center Feb 12-13.
  • Innovation leads to connection with Keesler AFB

    The Columbus Air Force Base Spark Cell is designed to be a creative hub for innovative minds to cultivate ideas. The need of innovation at Columbus AFB led to a partnership with the 333rd Training Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, to create new processes and contribute different concepts.
  • 81st TRG installs commercial Wi-Fi

    Keesler is one of two Air Education and Training Command bases installing commercial Wi-Fi in its training group, Dec. 3 – Jan. 18. The installation is part of an initiative to expand resources the students, instructors and training managers can use for their courses. “One of the things the training groups and squadrons have a problem with is
  • Robotics key to medical Airmen recruitment, retention, readiness

    With surgical robots becoming the standard of care across many specialties, the Air Force Medical Service is keeping up with the latest advancements to provide the best patient care and maintain Airman readiness.
  • Keesler hosts innovation contest

    Keesler Airmen had the opportunity to present their ideas to the Dragon Tank, an innovation contest held here, June 28. “Dragon tank is a high-profile forum where Airmen can bring their ideas, showcase them and advocate for resources and hopefully get the immediate implementation or the push to bring their ideas to fruition,” said Capt. Carissa
  • Dragons volunteer at Habitat for Humanity

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Donaisha Campbell, 81st Surgical Operations Squadron women’s health technician, sorts lighting equipment at the Habitat for Humanity Restore in Gulfport, Mississippi, June 28, 2018. This was a week-long volunteer event where Airmen helped restock, sort, clean, price and help customers at the store. In addition to the
  • Fostering Relationships: AF Community Partnership Conference

    Keesler leadership and local community leaders participated in the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community Partnership Conference at the Biloxi Civic Center in Biloxi, Mississippi, June 6, 2018.
  • Keesler Wins AETC innovation award for mission accomplishment

    The 81st Training Wing won the 2017 Continuum of Learning Innovation Challenge Award in the Mission Accomplishment Category during the Air Education and Training Command Senior Leader Conference, March 19-21.
  • Success from a salad bowl

    Strength through diversity. These words are said all throughout the world but what do they really mean to the men and women in the Air Force? Some might say we are a melting pot of people from different backgrounds, races, cultures and religions. During the Keesler 2018 Black History Luncheon, Col. Terrence Adams, Air Mobility Command director of
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