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As the only active duty command, control, communication-computer engineering and installation squadron in the Air Force, the 85th Engineering Installation Squadron holds a huge responsibility.Rapid deployments worldwide, steady training, and job knowledge is necessary for all Airmen to make sure
The 85th Engineering Installation Squadron completed the first blown fiber installation for fiber optic cables in the Air Force, here, on Jan. 14.The fiber optic cable installation was improved using an air compressor that repels the fiber through micro-tubing, setting a pipe that allows the fiber
Lt. Col. Nelson Caraballo, incoming 85th Engineering Installation Squadron commander, assumed command from Lt. Col. Jennifer Carns, outgoing 85th EIS commander, during a change of command ceremony at Maltby Hall June 4, here.
Total devastation. No power. No running water. The scene on the ground at Tyndall Air Force Base was a grim, 'post-apocalyptic' one when a five man team from Keesler's 85th Engineering Installation Squadron arrived in mid-October, just days after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Gulf
For some, the idea of spending hours hundreds of feet above the world suspended by only a rope and harness is a terrifying thought.For the airmen of the 85th Engineering and Installation Squadron, 38th Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group, 68th Cyberspace Wing from Keesler Air Force Base,
Members from the 85th Engineering Installation Squadron deployed Oct. 13, from Savannah, Georgia, to aid Puerto Rico in Hurricane Maria relief.
Col. Michele Edmondson, 81st Training Wing commander, speaks to Maj. Gen. Christopher Weggeman, 24th Air Force commander, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, during a 333rd Training Squadron site visit at Stennis Hall March 1, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Weggeman visited with Airmen