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SECOND AIR FORCE NEWS

  • 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

  • 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

  • 333rd TRS Mad Ducks add to the instructor flock

    The 333rd Training Squadron and instructional coaches from the Biloxi School District have partnered to broaden military instructor capabilities.This community partnership, aligned with the 81st Training Wing’s priority of focused training, enhances the quality of education military students receive

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 81st SFS trains with K-9 Diesel

    81st Security Forces Squadron members and their canines are seen at the gates and all over base, ensuring they remain at the top of their game.The training that happens behind the kennel gates, however, is arguably the most important of all.

  • Behind the Podium at the 335th TRS

    At the 81st Training Group, technical training instructors play a fundamental role in shaping an Airman’s journey into the operational field.Master Sgt. Jaren Durham, 335th Training Squadron weather instructor, teaches initial skills training to introduce Airmen to the basic elements of their Air