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  • 433rd Airlift Wing Honorary Commanders 2017

    Twenty-six community and business leaders have been selected for the 2017-2018 Honorary Commander Program. Honorary Commanders are paired with commanders and senior leadership assigned to the "Alamo Wing" to educate them about the activities of the 433rd Airlift Wing and the Air Force Reserve and its vital role in the national defense. They meet periodically during their tenure for activities including luncheons, tours, orientation flights and other special on- and off-base events.
  • 733rd Training Squadron

    The 733rd Training Squadron is assigned to the 433rd Operations Group, 433rd Airlift Wing, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. The 733rd TRS provides all student administrative and managerial oversight to operate the only C-5 formal schoolhouse in the U.S. Air Force Reserve. It has the capacity for training approximately 250 C-5 students
  • 433rd Airlift Wing

    The 433rd Airlift Wing, also known as the Alamo Wing, is an Air Force Reserve unit with approximately 2,500 members stationed in San Antonio, Texas. The wing headquarters and its 21 subordinate units are tenants at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.The 433rd AW was the first Air Force Reserve wing to be unit-equipped with the C-5A Galaxy aircraft.
  • 433rd Airlift Wing Honorary Commanders 2015

    Twenty-four community and business leaders have been selected for the 2015-2016 Honorary Commander Program.Honorary Commanders are paired with commanders and senior leadership assigned to the "Alamo Wing" to educate them about the activities of the 433rd Airlift Wing and the Air Force Reserve and its vital role in the national defense. They meet
  • 433rd Airlift Wing Security and Policy Review

    Security and policy review ensures that Air Force information is released in a timely manner, without divulging classified or sensitive technical or operational information. It also ensures that information is technically accurate, non-proprietary, free of information about critical military technology and conforms to Department of Defense and
  • 433rd Airlift Wing Safety Office

    The goal of the 433 AW Safety Office is to support the wing's ability toaccomplish the mission! The safety office provides a quality safety program concentrating on prevention of mishaps and preservation of resources through dissemination of information, training, inspections, andinvestigations.
  • 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron

    The 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron is ready to fill the need when events like natural disasters, war or routine medical transportation by air is required. AES crews consist of five people, two nurses and three medical technicians. The crew carries with them the necessary equipment to turn any cargo aircraft in the Air Force inventory into a
  • 433rd Civil Engineering Squadron

    The 433rd Civil Engineering Squadron's mission is to provide direct combat support of the Air Force Operational Forces by deploying postured Prime Beef teams worldwide to accomplish mission tasking which include force bed down, construction management, operations and maintenance, base recovery after attack, readiness/disaster preparedness, and fire
  • 433rd Training Squadron

    The 433rd Training Squadron's mission is to recruit, train and maintain a cadre of Military Training Instructors who augment the Air Education and Training Command. They support the 737th Training Group and seven basic training squadrons in preparing approximately 37,000 enlisted trainees each year for the USAF military service. During peacetime,
  • 433rd Logistics Readiness Squadron

    The 433rd Logistics Readiness Squadron covers a wide range of capabilities. The 433rd LRS's mission is to provide the logistical support necessary for the Alamo Wing to complete its assigned missions. Some of the areas which fall into the their management include; fuels management, vehicle operations and logistical supply. When members of the Alamo
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433rd AW mission

The mission of the 433rd Airlift Wing is to organize, equip, and train its approximately 2,500 ready reservists to achieve combat readiness according to training standards established by the Air Mobility Command and the Air Education and Training Command.

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