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Default Air Force Logo Keesler Continues to Shelter
The base has survived a direct hit by Katrina, a Category 4 hurricane, however, initial assessment shows extensive damage to the industrial and housing areas. Brig Gen William Lord, the 81st Training Wing Commander has determined that the damage is severe enough that Keesler personnel who sheltered on base will remain in the shelters until Thursday
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President George W. Bush greets troops from the 56th Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., August 29, 2005. The President arrived at Luke before going to an El Mirage town hall meeting to rally support for his new Medicare plan. (Photo by Senior Airman Joseph Thompson) President Bush visits Luke
Air Force One touched down here Aug. 29, offering a unique opportunity for more than 200 Airmen to see President George W. Bush. The president and first lady Laura Bush arrived at 9:35 a.m. and were met by several distinguished guests including Sen. Jon Kyl, Sen. John McCain, Gov. Janet Napolitano and Rep. Trent Franks. The president took a moment
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Airmen from the 16th Special Operations Wing from Hurlburt Field, Fla., load onto a bus after landing at Little Rock AFB, Ark.,  Aug. 28. Several Airmen and C-21’s from the 81st Training Wing at Keesler AFB, Miss. and C-130’s from the 16th SOW at Hurlburt Field sought refuge at Little Rock as Hurricane Katrina inched its way toward the coast. (Photo by 1st Lt. Jon Quinlan) Airmen evacuate to Little Rock
Airmen and C-21s from the 81st Training Wing at Keesler AFB, Miss. and C-130s from the 16th Special Operations Wing at Hurlburt Field, Fla., sought refuge at Little Rock Air Force Base as Hurricane Katrina inched its way toward the Gulf Coast. The aircraft from Keesler and Hurlburt Field started landing here late morning on Aug. 28 and the movement
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LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Medical patients evacuated from Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., in the wake of Hurricane Katrina are unloaded from a C-17 Globemaster III here Aug. 30. Their medical care will be continued at Wilford Hall Medical Center. The C-17 and aircrew are from the Mississippi Air National Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Heather M. Norris) Hurricane Katrina patients brought to Wilford Hall
Medical personnel from Wilford Hall Medical Center left Kelly Field here Aug. 30 to help evacuate patients from the Gulf Coast area hit by Hurricane Katrina Aug. 29. Three critical care teams and one obstetrics team departed in a C-130 Hercules for Keesler AFB, Miss. They request for help came in after the hospital at Keesler was damaged by the
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Default Air Force Logo Tyndall assesses damage from Katrina
The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron estimated $94,000 worth of damage to Tyndall's base facilities following Hurricane Katrina. The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron assessed the damage following the Aug. 29 storm. The estimate is based on an initial 24-hour visual assessment of the external areas of the 1,710 base facilities and surrounding property.
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