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  • 49th CMS E&E shop unveils innovative invention

    In a remarkable display of innovation, James Rundall, a technician from the 49th Component Maintenance Squadron electrical and environmental shop, unveiled an adaptation of a communications W cord.

  • Two Maxwell Airmen earn Air Assault badges: you could be next

    Recently, two Airmen assigned to the 42nd Security Forces Squadron successfully earned the prestigious Air Assault badge through the U.S. Army Air Assault School at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. This July, Maxwell AFB will host the next Air Assault assessment for Airmen seeking to earn the esteemed

  • GenCyber: Keesler, MSU empowers local K-12 teachers through cyber initiative

    Keesler Air Force Base and Mississippi State University partnered to bring the National Security Agency’s GenCyber program to local K-12 teachers for a 5-day cyber camp here, June 3 - 7.The NSA’s GenCyber program provides multiple cybersecurity experience camps, focused on students, teachers and a

  • Combatting Suicide: Luke AFB hosts ASIST workshop

    The DoD actively addresses suicide awareness with transparency, accountability, and commitment; building on efforts to combat suicide by highlighting effective suicide prevention and intervention methods, while extinguishing stigmas around service members receiving mental health support. In

  • 85th EIS tests capabilities in natural disaster exercise

    The 85th Engineering Installation Squadron conducted a Cyberspace Infrastructure Damage Assessment and Restoral Actions exercise, May 16 – 23. Given that a higher-than-average number of hurricanes is predicted for the 2024 hurricane season, the exercise was organized to test the unit’s crisis

  • Filcek assumes command of 82nd Training Wing

    Col. Paul G. Filcek assumed command of the 82nd Training Wing from Brig. Gen. George “Dutch” T.M. Dietrich during a ceremony officiated by Maj. Gen. Michele C. Edmondson held on June 14, 2024.