For our Fallen Warrior commemoration this week, we remember U.S. Navy Ensign Jesse Brown, Strike Fighter Squadron 32 section lead.Native to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Brown was born on Oct. 13, 1926, and is the first African American aviator to have completed the Navy’s basic flight program.
In his 2016 letter to Airmen, then Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Gen. David L. Goldfein wrote, “The squadron is the beating heart of the U.S. Air Force; our most essential team. We succeed or fail in our missions at the squadron-level because that is where we develop, train and build Airmen.”From
Growing up, hard work, respect, honesty and a sense of honor were instilled in me. To always be the best that I could be, no matter what I was doing. Every day, I come to work I bring this with me, and I try to teach my students the same. I am a first-generation child from immigrant parents, and in
Keesler celebrated the Air Force’s 75th birthday with the Air Force Ball, Sept. 17 at the IP Casino. The event commemorated the past and present accomplishments of the Air Force while looking forward towards a future of innovation and development. Keesler’s Air Force history dates back more than 75
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