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  • Dragons forge Global-ASNT training

    Over the past 14 months, three 81st Training Support Squadron Qualification Flight members have been working behind the scenes to support Air Force Global Strike Command’s Nuclear Command and Control Communications Center with the 1.3 billion dollar Global Aircrew Strategic Network Terminal program.

  • 81st TRW: a new direction in AF training

    The 81st Training Wing is aiming to produce Airmen faster and more efficiently with the new Direct to Duty Technical Training Program. This new program sends select Airmen to their duty station after graduating Basic Military Training instead of attending technical training school.

  • 81st MDG at Keesler AFB: Putting COVID-19 to the test

    The 81st Medical Group has been a forerunner in the fight against COVID-19 on the Gulf Coast. The Microbiology Department has been testing all of the COVID samples for Keesler Medical Center’s beneficiaries.

  • Strolling for a purpose

    The Stroller Warriors is a group of military spouses and families that come together to stay healthy, physically and socially. Workouts in the mornings and team dinners are some ways the group connects and reaches their ambitions.

  • AFCEC officials visit Keesler for housing examination

    Air Force Civil Engineer Center officials at Joint Base San Antonio, Lackland, Texas, visited Keesler in June to examine and assess the quality of privatized housing on base.AFCEC officials have been visiting Air Force bases to ensure military members and their families residing in base privatized

  • 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