An official website of the United States government
Here's how you know
A .mil website belongs to an official U.S. Department of Defense organization in the United States.
A lock (lock ) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .mil website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

  • Keesler team hosts occupational competency seminar

    Air Education and Training Command officials conducted an occupational competency seminar covering two career fields – command and control battle management operations, Air Force specialty code 1C5X1, and command and control operations, AFSC 1C3X1, here, March 18-21. Airmen and Guardians attend

  • A platform of success at the 335th TRS

    Technical training transformations target different aspects of an Airman’s educational experience, including the modernization of their learning infrastructure. The Learn-to-Win program, originally launched last year in the 335th Training Squadron’s weather course, empowers technical training

  • Keesler’s second year of success with Project SEARCH

    Keesler’s second class of Project SEARCH, six interns, graduated from the program here, May 21. Project SEARCH connects local school districts with governmental & non-governmental organizations that allow high school students with disabilities to do internships and learn critical job skills.

  • Preparing to be prepared: How to build a hurricane kit

    As hurricane season approaches, the safety and preparedness of Keesler and the surrounding communities is paramount. Hurricanes often leave buildings severely damaged, flooded and have the potential to knock out utilities, so having a well-stocked hurricane kit can make a significant difference in

  • Empowering Airmen for Mental Health Awareness Month

    Since 1949, May has been nationally designated as Mental Health Awareness Month in an effort to break the stigma around discussing mental health and celebrate recovery from mental illness.For military members, the month is also about taking ownership and doing what is necessary to possess a sound

  • 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

  • Keesler students participate in local airport exercise

    81st Training Group students recently volunteered in a disaster exercise at Gulfport - Biloxi International Airport, to test the readiness and emergency response capabilities of airport personnel and local first responders.