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					Welcome




Team Keesler
            Keesler’s Three Rs

Rebuild                                        Renew
 The                                       The Community
 Base




              Reload The Air Force


                     AETC Mission:
      Develop America’s Airmen today…for tomorrow
REBUILD THE BASE…
RENEW THE COMMUNITY…
RELOAD THE AIR FORCE
Changing Environment
         In 1941 Keesler Field trained
         nearly 40,000 students daily…




                     …now we train
                  2,900 students daily.
             81st Training Wing




Brig Gen Greg Touhill   Col Christopher Valle   CMSgt Alex Perry
 Wing Commander          Vice Commander         Command Chief
                81st Training Group
                                   1,300 Personnel
                                      7 Squadrons
                                      6 GSUs

                                   $50 Million Budget

                                   AETC Centers of Excellence
                                      Electronic Principles
                                      Communications

                                   Over 400 Technical Courses
    Col Prince Gilliard Jr.           38 Career Fields
        Commander                          31 Enlisted
                                           7 Officer


                              Mission:
Provide well trained and highly motivated Airmen in support
   of our worldwide Air and Space Expeditionary Forces.
                       81st Training Group
                             81st Training Support Squadron
                                 Faculty Development
                                 Curriculum Development

                                 Trainer/Software Development



   332nd Training Squadron                          333d Training Squadron
         Electronic Principles                            Network Operations
         Precision Measurement                            App and Command/Control
                                                           Adv Comm and Info Concepts
   334th Training Squadron                                Scope Eagle / SCOPE WARRIOR
         Air Traffic Control / Combat Control
         Command Post                               335th Training Squadron
         Airfield Management                              Weather
         Aviation Resource Management                     Financial Management
         SORTS                                            Manpower & Personnel
         Aerospace Control & Warning Sys                  Education & Training

   336th Training Squadron                          338th Training Squadron
         Computer Programming                             Airfield Systems
         Information Management                           Ground Radio
         Public Affairs & Broadcast                       Satellite Comm / Wide Band
         Radio Operations                                 Visual Detection & Intrusion
         Postal                                           Ground Radar
         Spectrum
         Joint Services Training
    Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT)


                         Reports to Pensacola, FL (CNATT)

                         Promote Fleet Readiness
                             75 personnel
                             1000 students annually



                         Combat skills created include:
                             Calibration
                             Meteorological Equipment Repair

                             Weather Observing/Forecasting


CDR Cristy Treharne



                      Mission:
Integrated training of Airmen, Sailors, and Marines …
      Active-duty, Reserve, and National Guard.
            Joint Services Training
                U. S. Marine Detachment (MARDET)
                         Train Marines in entry level and advanced
                          skills needed for Fleet Marine Forces

                         Foster and enhance leadership skills
                          and core values
                        Military Occupational Specialty
                        Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment
                        General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment
                        Weather/Observer Forecaster Course
                        Frequency Management Course

Maj Nieves Villasenor    117 Marine students and 58 support staff
                         320 Annual throughput


                            Mission:
   Integrated training of Airmen, Sailors, and Marines …
         Active-duty, Reserve, and National Guard.
             81st Medical Group
                             1,867 personnel
                                  6 squadrons
                             $69 million budget
                             Third largest MDG in AF
                             27,000+ enrolled population
                             1 Million+ prescriptions

Brig Gen Dan Wyman
     Commander

                         Mission:
           Promote and train expeditionary airmen;
          deliver world-class care to our community.
           Medical Training
   Partnership with VA, Gulf Coast Hospitals,
    Universities
   16 different medical, dental training
    programs
   Length of training – 3 weeks to 5 years
   192+ graduates a year
     81st Mission Support Group
                               1,745 personnel
                                     7 squadrons
                               $92.5 million budget


                         Security Forces       Communications
                         Force Support         Contracting

                         Transportation        Supply

                         Civil Engineer

 Col Jeffrey Jackson
     Commander

                       Mission:
    Supporting Keesler’s Ability to Replenish the
Warfighting Capability of our Air Expeditionary Forces.
    Air Expeditionary Forces
   81 TRW forces meet worldwide taskings
       Expeditionary Medical Support
       Security Forces, Transportation, Personnel, Finance

   Every Airman is expeditionary
            Command Organization
               2nd Air Force

                            5,000 active training courses
                            250,000 students annually




Maj Gen Alfred Flowers
     Commander
              Flying Mission
 53rd Weather Reconnaissance
  Squadron “Hurricane Hunters”
  10 WC-130J Aircraft
                                   403rd Wing
 815th Airlift Squadron
  “Flying Jennies” 8 C-130J-30
   aircraft




                                 Brig Gen Richard Moss
                                      Commander
              Flying Training
                     45th Airlift Squadron
                        190 grads/year
                        Assigned to 314 AW
                        Five C-21 aircraft




LtCol Jimmy Canlas
   Commander
              Deployable Comm
       85th Engineering Installation Squadron

                      Supporting the Warfighter
                             with Pride
                           ...Worldwide




LtCol Tracy Jackson
   Commander
               Resource
                     People


                              Civilian Personnel
Retirees & Family                          3,396
73,750
                    88,000+


Military Personnel            Military Families
6,900                                    4,600
                       Resource
                       Property



   2.6 square miles of land
       Main base 2.26 square miles
       Off base housing areas - 0.34 sq miles

   6,030’ usable runway
Total Economic Impact
        $1.13 Billion
             Jobs
             Contracts
             Services
             Retirees
Where We’ve Been
    What We’re Doing
                  Military Family Housing
                        $287.8 million



BX/Commissary
 $61.5 million



             Bay Breeze Events Center
                   $23.3 million
Where We’re Going
Keesler Air Force Base Project Concept

                 FPS Advisory Group, LLC
                      December 10, 2008
Sandhill Landing
   160 Units
 22 Miles East
 Convey             1,188
 Demolition         0
 New Construction   0
 Renovation         0
 As-Is               1,188
 Total End State     1,188
 Leased Land        316 Acres

				
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