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  • Educating excellence at Fort Jackson

    The majority of Airmen attend technical school at the 81st Training Group’s home base here at Keesler, but the courses of certain occupations take place in various locations around the country. Airmen in Administration, under the 335th Training Squadron, obtain essential skills in Postal Operations

  • 81st Training Wing Leadership visits the University of Southern Mississippi

    Leadership from the 81st Training Wing visited the University of Southern Mississippi, March 1. The tour was organized as an opportunity for Keesler to continue building its academic relationship with USM, connecting to the wing’s mission of training Airmen to be competitive, educated, warfighters.

  • 81st TRW students get their game on

    The Fishbowl inside the Levitow Training Support Facility, which includes a game room, is an area dedicated to providing students an area to enjoy and connect with one another during training amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • WW2 veteran remembers a history of virtue at Keesler AFB

    Keesler Air Force Base, formerly known as Keesler Field, has been a training location for the Air Force to produce premier war-fighters since 1941. Keesler is known for being the second-largest technical training location in the Air Force, but during the most crucial times in history, it has also

  • Keesler explores Georgia Cyber Center; establishes partnerships

    Keesler personnel went on a discovery tour of the newly established Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta, Georgia, March 5. On this tour, 81st Training Group and wing leadership explored what the new cyber center had to offer and fostered relationships with other attendees from the state of Mississippi.

  • Airfield management course at Keesler adds virtual reality

    The 334th Training Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., has incorporated the first virtual reality training for Airfield Management students in the Air Force so the students get more of a “hands-on” learning experience.

  • Keesler graduates first non-prior service CWO student

    Airman 1st Class Josephino Cambosa, 333rd Training Squadron student, became the first non-prior service Airman to graduate the Cyber Warfare Operations Apprentice Course here, April 10.“I am honored to be the first non-prior service pipeline student,” said Cambosa. “I am excited to join like-minded