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  • Thriving, not just surviving

    Life has a way of throwing curveballs, and Tech. Sgt. LeVonya Davis, 81st Medical Support Squadron medical information systems section chief, has taken the challenges in stride.“My mom got sick with stage four colon cancer, which is actually what brought me here to Biloxi,” said Davis. “I'm active

  • Fallen Warrior: Master Sgt. Henry E. Erwin

    Retired U.S Army Air Forces Master Sgt. Henry Erwin, 52nd Bombardment Squadron radio operator, native to Adamsville, Alabama, served in WWII.On April 12, 1945 while engaged in aerial bombing over Koriyama, Japan, Erwin was tasked with dropping phosphoresce smoke bombs through a chute in the B-29

  • U.S. Army Air Service Staff Sgt. James M. Garrard

    U.S. Army Air Service Staff Sgt. James Garrard, 44th Bomb Group B-24 tail gunner, from Greenwood served in World War II. During the war, Garrard often wrote home expressing his admiration for the resolve of the American soldiers fighting far from home. “It seems to express so well the sentiment of

  • 334th TRS runs memorial 5k

    The 334th Training Squadron hosted the annual A1C Holt 5k Memorial Run on base, April 15. This tradition started in 2017 to commemorate Airman 1st Class Antoine Holt, 603rd Air Control Squadron command and control battle management operations operator, and give his family the ability to interact

  • Fallen Warrior: Staff Sgt. Michael Cinco

    Staff Sgt. Michael A. Cinco, 11th Field Investigations special agent, deployed supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan while assigned to Beale AFB. He and his team captured a Taliban leader while conducting an air base ground defense patrol on an outside-the-wire mission. During his

  • Fallen Warrior: A1C Edward G. Muse

    At approximately 3 a.m. on January 31, 1968, during the onset of the Tet Offensive, Bien Hoa Air Base, Vietnam, was hit by a Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army mortar and rocket barrage followed by a ground attack on the eastern perimeter of the base. NVA units infiltrated the perimeter in three