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  • Team Keesler hosts Biloxi Jr. Leadership students

    Biloxi Chamber of Commerce Junior Leadership students toured Keesler to learn about the mission and training capabilities. Col. Billy Pope Jr., 81st Training Wing commander, spoke to the students about peer leadership and mentorship before they saw a military working dog demonstration from the 81st

  • Aim High, Sleep Deep

    There are many facets to optimizing human performance, and Second Air Force is tackling how well Airmen sleep.Sleep issues are highly prevalent among active-duty service members and the numbered air force, responsible for training 93% of the Air Force, recognizes their responsibility to prevent

  • Installation excellence: Bryan Hall renovation

    The 338th Training Squadron’s training facility, Bryan Hall, will undergo a $30.4 million renovation, the largest awarded renovation project in the 81st Contracting Squadron’s history.

  • 81st SFS trains with K-9 Diesel

    81st Security Forces Squadron members and their canines are seen at the gates and all over base, ensuring they remain at the top of their game.The training that happens behind the kennel gates, however, is arguably the most important of all.

  • Fourth Quarter Drill Down

    The 81st Training Group held the 2023 Fourth Quarter Drill Down drill down on Oct. 27, 2023 on the Levitow Training Support Facility drill pad. Keesler trains more than 28,000 students each year and while in training, students are given the opportunity to learn, execute and compete in drill

  • Bazaar of Falcons land at Keesler

    A group of falcons is known as a “Bazaar” and “Falcons” from across Second Air Force gathered here Sept. 5-8 under their commander, Maj. Gen. Michele Edmondson, to focus on the future of Air Force technical training and developing a Sixth-Generation Learning Ecosystem to better prepare Airmen for