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  • Make-A-Wish sends Keesler family to Disney

    Master Sgt. Krista Mercadel, 81st Force Support Squadron military personnel section superintendent, hugs Staff Sgt. Devanie Rainey, 81st FSS customer support supervisor, upon her arrival to the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport Oct. 14, 2016, Gulfport, Miss. The Make-A-Wish Foundation flew the Rainey family to Disney World after their daughter,
  • McBride Commons begins renovation

    Layton Gipson and Ervin Morgan, Specialty Contractors and Associates, Inc. laborers, take measurements before installing framing at the McBride Commons Aug. 22, 2016, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The renovation will include a children’s library, computer stations, engraving, framing, marketing and print shops and a full kitchen. The
  • Keesler personnel participate in Obstacle Warrior Dash 5K

    Staff Sgt. Haley May, 335th Training Squadron student, jumps through a 12-foot agility ring course during the Obstacle Warrior Dash 5K at the Triangle track June 27, 2016, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The 81st Force Support Squadron-sponsored event involved participants completing a 5K run then making their way through eight different
  • Daddies do daughters' "do"

    Staff Sgt. Garrett Lethco, 335th Training Squadron instructor, attempts to French braid his daughter, Taylor’s hair during a Daddy/Daughter Dinner and a “Do” event at the Sablich Center June 24, 2016 on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The event included dinner and hands-on hair styling techniques for the dads, which provided a valuable opportunity
  • Keesler spouses get pampered

    Rebecca Blanton, spouse of Staff Sgt. Micah Blanton, 81st Force Support Squadron manpower technician, receives information from Keesler Family Housing members during Pamper Me Day at the Sablich Center May 5, 2016, Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Keesler’s Airman & Family Readiness Center has hosted the event for the past 12 years, offering spouses
  • 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 the services that are offered here at the center,”