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SECOND AIR FORCE NEWS

  • 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

  • Installation excellence: Bryan Hall renovation

    The 338th Training Squadron’s training facility, Bryan Hall, will undergo a $30.4 million renovation, the largest awarded renovation project in the 81st Contracting Squadron’s history.

  • 81st TRW | Stepping up to the plate

    Taking responsibility, rising to the occasion, accepting a challenge and finding someone who steps up to the plate can be the difference between mission success or failure.Staff Sgt. Darren Weeks, 81st Communication Squadron client systems supervisor, was recently recognized for his dedication to

  • 335th TRS forecasts training transformations

    The forecast for weather students in Keesler’s 335th Training Squadron is clear, thanks to efforts by their instructors.The 335th TRS is syncing weather training with Second Air Force and Air Education and Training Command’s lines of effort by incorporating digital tablets into weather training

  • Four-legged fighter retires from 81st SFS

    One of Team Keesler’s most beloved Defenders will be retired from the 81st Security Forces Squadron at a ceremony on Aug. 25, 2023.Military Working Dog Gamma has supported the mission of the 81st SFS for the past six years.

  • 81st TRW | The pursuit of opportunity

    Native to the vibrant city of Lagos, Nigeria, one migrant found himself selected for the Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program.“My story is similar to every immigrant coming to the U.S., and that's for better opportunities,” said U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Oluwasegun Faleye, 81st Comptroller

  • 81st TRW | Why I stay: Staff Sgt. Findley

    Staff Sgt. Austin Findley, 335th Training Squadron military training leader, joined the Air Force to travel the world and be part of something bigger than himself.He has deployed twice to Iraq as a pavement and construction equipment operator at 19 and 20 years old and to Afghanistan during the