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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,

  • Fabricating readiness: Trainer technology flight

    Revamping training technology is the focus of Keesler’s Trainer Development Center, but everything changed when the COVID-19 pandemic began.Hosting various machines used for crafting various training tools, the development center was called to build the prototype of a shelf to treat patients for

  • Physical therapy keeps Airmen in the fight

    Cheryl Barnes-Sipp, wife of retired Tech. Sgt. Donald Sipp, exhales as Senior Airman Wesley McCool, 81st Surgical Operations Squadron physical medical technician, works on her shoulder joint mobility in the physical therapy department, April 6, 2016 Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. McCool is using a

  • Classes and creativity at Arts and Crafts center

    The Arts and Crafts center at Keesler Air Force Base has many services available for Airmen and dependents to help create gifts, let their kids’ creativity come out and relieve stress through artistic avenues. “Ceramics, painting, engraving, awards, framing, shadow boxes and embroidery are some of