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  • Altus | Lucky in Love

    Sixteen years ago, two security forces Airmen arrived at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, setting the stage for the two young defenders to meet and start building a relationship together. Little did they know, the lucky couple would one day become the Lucky couple.

  • What do you bring to the fight?

    What does it mean to be a wingman, a leader and a warrior? It starts with looking at what you bring to the fight.Staff Sgt. David Hamilton, 81st Training Support Squadron curriculum developer, recently began courses at Keesler’s new Dragon University program.

  • August Cobra Medic of the Month

    Senior Airman Tiffany Jordan, 17th Healthcare Operations Squadron medical technician, was selected by her supervisors and leadership as the August Medic of the Month. She exceeded their standards of professionalism and expertise functioning at a flight chief level.

  • 2 MWDs retire and find homes with their handlers

    The 81st Security Forces Squadron held a retirement ceremony for Densy and Ares, two military working dogs, at the Keesler Medical Center Don Wylie Auditorium Dec. 2, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Normally retirees receive a pin to commemorate their time spent in the military. This ceremony

  • Say "No" to suicide

    At this moment, there are over seven billion people in this world; seven billion lives are separated by land and sea, cultural differences and socio-economic backgrounds, but fundamentally, our hearts beat the same, our eyes open each morning to the start of a new day and dreams of a life full of