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  • AAFB Airmen, Ft. Sill Soldiers team up for joint training

    Airmen from the 97th Air Mobility Wing joined Soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (3-2 ADA) from the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade (ADA) stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to conduct vehicle loading training on a static C-17 Globemaster III at Altus Air Force

  • Keesler student 'Partners to Win'

    A Keesler Guardian attended the annual Association of Marshall Scholars U.S.-U.K. Legislative Exchange in London, Jan. 13-16.The association brings members of the U.S. Congress and former Marshall Scholars to the U.K. for a four-day conference, engaging in dialogue on issues of critical concern to

  • Higher Education fuels innovation

    “Through tuition assistance, the credit hours from my technical training here, and the Yellow Ribbon Program, I didn’t have to go out of pocket at all,” recalled Capt. Perry Byrd, currently an instructor at the 315th Training Squadron. “I started my master’s degree the very next available semester.”

  • Brothers reunite at Goodfellow

    “It’s pretty rare for two brothers to work the same job, during the same shift and at the same gate,” said Damian. “I think it’s pretty cool having my blood brother here.”