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  • 368th TRS: leading by example

    The 368th Training Squadron, a detachment at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., has won instructor of the quarter 14 times in the last 16 quarters and has won the last two Annual Joint Service Non-Commissioned Officer Awards.

  • 81st Training Wing Leadership visits the University of Southern Mississippi

    Leadership from the 81st Training Wing visited the University of Southern Mississippi, March 1. The tour was organized as an opportunity for Keesler to continue building its academic relationship with USM, connecting to the wing’s mission of training Airmen to be competitive, educated, warfighters.

  • Cable Dawg Instructors build confined space simulator

    Tech Training Transformation continues at the 82nd Training Wing as instructors from the 364th Training Squadron’s Cable and Antennae School built and implemented a confined space simulator in January 2024, here. The 77-academic day apprentice course has four instructional blocks that cover working

  • Conditioning a force of fitness and strength

    The 81st Training Group has developed a Military Training Leader Strength and Conditioning course to support Air Force wide human performance efforts. The course is designed to teach in-depth fitness skills with an emphasis on proper form and quality movements.

  • Team Sheppard demonstrates STEAM power at fair

    Airmen from the 82nd Training Wing and the 80th Flying Training Wing participated in a STEAM fair at Overton Ray Elementary School in Burkburnett, Texas, February 22, 2024. They spoke to around 120 children about how studying science, technology, engineering, aerospace and mathematics can lead to an

  • Strengthening global ATC training partnerships

    The German Military Aviation Authority visited the 334th Training Squadron to witness the foundational training service members receive as air traffic controllers, Feb. 12.The visit to Keesler was part of a larger tour for the GMAA to learn about the training our Air Traffic Controllers undergo from

  • A Day in Command: Staff Sgt. Rayanna Willard

    Originally from Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, Staff Sgt. Rayanna Willard stepped into the boots of command chief for a day at the 37th Training Wing, Feb. 2. Despite the serene setting of her hometown, Willard was laughingly quick to clarify that it bears no resemblance to the dramatic backdrop of