Two teams of Air Force paralegals have set up shop at Keesler AFB, Miss., to help airmen try to recover personal property or file a legal claim for reimbursement of property on base destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The base’s own legal staff members have lost their office to Katrina. They probably need to tend to their own troubles, as well. The out-of-town paralegals are seeking out damage on their own, working their way around the base, since many base residents are still housed in shelters away from the Gulf.
The first five days of Basic Military Training will change to better educate trainees on sleep hygiene, stress management, nutrition, and physical training, a move which officials hope will better prepare enlisted Airmen and Guardians for the rigors of life in service.