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  • 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
  • AETC hosts first ever innovation challenge

    Air Education and Training Command announced the winners of the iChallenge during the Gathering of the Torch iExpo May 6 here.The iChallenge was created to help inspire personnel around AETC to create new and innovative ways of completing the Air Force mission. All competitors during the iChallenge competition had to ensure their innovations were
  • Controlling the air space through COVID-19

    Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Air Force has continued to protect our air space and carry out the mission while facing challenges.To mitigate and prepare for the potential loss of manning of the air traffic controllers in Air Education and Training Command, an ATC rapid response team has been initiated. From selecting a suitable team,
  • 81st TRG hosts Mock Tech Expo

    In preparation for the Air Education and Training Command Technology Expo, the 81st Training Group held a Mock Tech Expo at Roberts Maintenance Facility, here on Jan. 27. The expo had booths set up for nine different projects. A demonstration for each project was  conducted as 81st TRG and 81st Training Wing leadership walked through.
  • Training through time ensures USAF is second to none

    Second Air Force is known for transforming civilians into the Airmen we need to continue to dominate in air, space, and cyberspace. However, this was not always what the Numbered Air Force has been called to do.On Oct. 19, 1940, the Army Air Corps established the Northwest Air District, what we know today as Second Air Force, as the nation prepared
  • Students get their game on

     “Gaming is a great way to build relationships and connect people,” said Chaplain (Capt.) R. Shaughn Casey, 81st Training Group chaplain. “Establishing positive and healthy relationships within our Airmen is important. They understand each other and what they are all going through. From interacting with students from different squadrons or even
  • Defending the Homeland: Proning made easy at Keesler Air Force Base

    COVID-19 has presented many challenges to the medical community. Among those challenges is treating patients with respiratory failure. Adult respiratory distress syndrome, or ARDS, is a complication of COVID-19 among intensive care unit patients. To address this issue, a team from the Air Force’s 81st Medical Group, or MDG, at the Keesler Medical
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