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  • The Lighthouse; guiding young Airmen to hope

    The official opening and ribbon-cutting of the Lighthouse was held in Larcher Chapel, here, Nov. 1.The Lighthouse is a part of the Larcher Chapel where permanent party Airmen, airman basic to senior airmen, can interact and build connections with one another.“We chose the name ‘The Lighthouse’ because the lighthouse is the ultimate symbol of hope,”
  • Assessing your resilience: Control what you can, manage what you can’t

    As the 81st Training Wing inspector general a lot of my job is assessing unit programs and ensuring the unit is healthy and capable of accomplishing the mission. The expectation is that commanders and unit program managers are performing regular self-assessments and taking the appropriate actions to maintain the program. Our job in the IG is to
  • Cooking event builds team connection, resiliency

    A Dorm to Gourmet cooking class was held at the McBride Commons Sept. 5 to teach Airmen cooking skills they can use in the dorms.Airman 1st Class Baron Chansomphou, 81st Communications Squadron client systems technician, put the event together to strengthen the Keesler Air Force Base community.“We are not like any other job,” said Chansomphou. “We
  • Introducing Dragon Chat: Keesler’s latest take on Wingman Day

    The 81st Training Wing is changing up Wingman Day, April 19, by introducing a new initiative called Dragon Chat. Dragon Chat is a new concept that refocuses the Wingman Day idea on small-group discussions. Despite the change, the goal will still be to enhance the resiliency of individuals, families and communities in an effort to sustain their
  • Wingman Day boosts resiliency at Keesler

    Airmen from Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, participated in a Wingman Day resiliency event Nov. 16. During Keesler’s previous wingman days units participated in morale boosting activities like fun runs and sporting competitions while also attending unit-wide Comprehensive Airman Fitness courses. However, this time, Airmen were able to sign up
  • Field day closes out Wingman Week

    Col. Debra Lovette, 81st Training Wing commander, delivers remarks as Chief Master Sgt. Vegas Clark, 81st TRW command chief, stands by during field day June 15, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Field day was the final event of Wingman Week, which focused on the physical pillar of Comprehensive Airman Fitness, resiliency and teambuilding
  • Dragons compete for Wingman Week trophy

    Heath Harris, 81st Training Support Squadron technical engineer, participates in a golf putting competition at the Bay Breeze Golf Course June 14, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The competition was one of several Wingman Week events focusing on resiliency and teambuilding initiatives across the base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
  • Defenders participate in Wingman Week resiliency training

    Senior Master Sgt. Richard Crim, 81st Security Forces Squadron superintendent, provides a resiliency brief at the 81st SFS building June 15, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The briefing was one of several Wingman Week events focusing on resiliency and teambuilding initiatives across the base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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