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SECOND AIR FORCE NEWS

  • How to train a communicator: Life at 336th TRS Det 2

    The Air Force students attending technical training at DINFOS on Ft. George G. Meade, Maryland, fall under Detachment 2 of the 336th Training Squadron, a geographically separated unit of Keesler’s 81st Training Group. The detachment is responsible for the development and administration of Air Force

  • 82d TRW Nondestructive Inspection Airmen learn to look beneath the surface

    Over the course of 51 training days, Nondestructive Inspection instructors from the 82nd Training Wing’s 359th Training Squadron Detachment 1 teach future NDI Airmen how to use technologies like x-ray, ultrasound, eddy currents and oil analysis to detect miniscule defects safely and effectively in

  • Keesler hosts Bay High School JROTC cadets

    Bay High School Junior ROTC cadets visited Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi to learn about the base’s mission and technical training transformations. The cadets watched students in training perform in the 81st Training Group drill down, toured the 815th Airlift Squadron, marched with the Keesler

  • Community leaders: students for a day

    The 17th Training Wing’s newly appointed honorary commanders attended a 17th Training Group immersion on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Jan. 12.

  • Aim High, Sleep Deep

    There are many facets to optimizing human performance, and Second Air Force is tackling how well Airmen sleep. Sleep issues are highly prevalent among active-duty service members and the numbered air force, responsible for training 93% of the Air Force, recognizes their responsibility to prevent

  • 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.