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  • Making cents: Keesler doubles funds in FY 22

    Keesler set a new record in fiscal year 2022 by effectively doubling procured resources for wing improvement, totaling approximately $20 million for unfunded requests.The 81st Comptroller Squadron played a vital role during this process from the first day of the fiscal year, Oct, 1, 2021, by

  • Qualifying for the big guns

    Airmen from the 81st Security Forces Squadron and 403rd Security Forces Squadron maintain readiness and solidify installation security by frequently conducting live fire training at Camp Shelby to qualify on heavy weapons systems.Defenders travel to Camp Shelby after attending a weapons system class

  • All I have are the memories: The story of a WWII veteran

    World War II veterans are living history, and at 98 years-old, one Keesler veteran is full of life.Retired Chief Master Sgt. Mel Jenner, Army Air Forces radio operator and aerial gunner, recently visited the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he toured the museum and

  • DRIVE-ing opportunity

    The Air Force and Space Force are growing a program that gives motivated Airmen and Guardians, who were medically discharged from Air Force and Space Force Accession Programs, such as technical training units, college ROTC programs and the Air Force Academy, a second chance to continue their service

  • Fallen Warrior: Ensign Jesse L. Brown

    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.