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  • Gone but not for-Gaudé-tten

    On Jan. 26, 1977, Gaudé Lanes, Keesler’s 24-lane bowling center, was named after Biloxi native 1st Lt. Robert P. Gaudé Jr., 430th Fighter Bomber Squadron pilot.Gaudé commissioned in June 1951 from the Georgia Institute of Technology and finished pilot training at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona,

  • Athletes roll their way to 2018 U.S. Open

    U.S. Navy retired Builder 1stst Class Brian Smith, Long Beach, Mississippi, resident and amateur bowler, bowls during the U.S. Open Bowling Direct Qualifying Tournament at Gaudé Lanes Feb. 24, on Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. Keesler was selected by the U.S. Bowling Congress and the Bowling

  • Golden Age Games bowl at Keesler

    Raymond Carlson, Iowa-region bowler, bowls during the National Veterans Golden Age Games (NVGAG) at Gaudé Lanes May 10, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. This is Keesler’s first time hosting a sporting event for the NVGAG, an adaptive rehabilitation program sponsored by the U.S. Department of

  • Chapel gives back to caregivers

    Keesler personnel celebrate a strike during a Care for the Caregiver event at Gaudé Lanes March 23, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The event, hosted by the 81st Training Wing Chapel staff, was open to units who provide mental, spiritual and social care for Airmen and their families and