Air Education and Training Command News

  • Medical: Staying ahead of threats

    KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE, Miss.-- Through prevention and response, public health has been able to keep military members and their families safe during the pandemic.“When it comes to the COVID-19 delta variant, our approach is unchanged,” said Maj. Tristan Spierling, 81st Medical Group chief of

  • Laughlin moves to HPCON Bravo

    Due to a steady decrease in positive COVID-19 cases in Val Verde County, the 47th Flying Training Wing commander, Col. Craig Prather, has directed the change to Health Protection Condition Bravo on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, effective immediately. The movement to HPCON Bravo does not alter the policies

  • Centralized Cargo Operations: Unique team with critical mission

    One of the precautions taken by Air Education and Training Command leadership at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic was adding a second Basic Military Training location at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, to help better ensure physical distancing between recruits. Accomplishing this task

  • JBSA continues HPCON CHARLIE protective measures

    As Joint Base San Antonio prepares to begin reopening services through phased, deliberate measures, personnel continue to follow the guidelines, such as physical distancing and capacity limits, established by local and state leaders, as well as the Department of Defense and Centers for Disease

  • 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.

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