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  • Air Force officials announce tour length changes

    After listening to feedback from Airmen and career field managers, Air Force officials are reducing targeted special duty and instructor tour lengths to create a more ready and resilient force.The tour length reduction from four to three years for military training instructors, military training

  • 81st TRSS welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Elbert G. Mose, incoming 81st Training Support Squadron commander, received command from Lt. Col. Stephen P. Arnott, outgoing 81st TRSS commander, during a change of command ceremony here, June 20.Col. Leo Lawson, Jr., 81st Training Group commander, presided over the ceremony."I can’t wait

  • AETC's 2018 Outstanding Airmen of the Year recognized

    Air Education and Training Command honored 11 Airmen and eight civilians as the the command’s 2018 winners of the Outstanding Airmen of the Year Feb. 26, 2019. The OAY awards are presented annually, recognizing the top officer, enlisted and civilian members of the command. Winners will compete at

  • Keesler unveils innovative classroom environment for ‘Mach 21 Airmen’

    The 81st Training Support Squadron held a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by an open house celebrating the completion of the SCALE-UP renovation project in Alee Hall Jan. 10The 81st Training Support Squadron held a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by an open house celebrating the completion of the

  • Keesler Dragon Chat named ‘AETC Best Practice’

    Keesler’s initiative that encourages offices to take time each month to discuss important topics, dubbed ‘Dragon Chats’, was named a best practice by the Air Education and Training Command’s inspector general following a unit effectiveness inspection in September. Dragon Chats are small core

  • 81st TRG installs commercial Wi-Fi

    Keesler is one of two Air Education and Training Command bases installing commercial Wi-Fi in its training group, Dec. 3 – Jan. 18. The installation is part of an initiative to expand resources the students, instructors and training managers can use for their courses. “One of the things the training

  • Cadets learn about their Pathway to Blue

    Second Air Force held their fourth annual “Pathways to Blue” initiative with more than 280 ROTC cadets representing 15 different colleges and universities here, April 6-7.Throughout the two-day event, ROTC cadets and enlisted personnel traveled through this diverse and inclusive event to better aim