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  • 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
  • 433rd Force Support Squadron

    The 433rd Force Support Squadron supports food service and lodging activities, recreation and physical fitness programs, laundry,  linen exchange, field exchange operations and mortuary affairs activities at fixed and bare base facilities. This squadron coordinates with higher headquarters for mobility and trainig requirements, and assists with
  • 433rd Security Forces Squadron

    The  433rd Security Forces Squadron's mission is to provide trained security personnel to protect deployed weapons systems against sabotage and enlarge a base defense force The until will also provide force protection for such deployed locations as a Main Operating Base, Standy Base, Limited Base, Co-located Operating Base or Bare Base; and operate
  • 356th Airlift Squadron

    The 356th Airlift Squadron is the Air Force Reserve's only Formal Training Unit which provides initial and advance C-5 flight qualifications for Air Mobility Command, the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command aircrews. Over 70 selectively manned aircrew instructors train and produce up to 500 aircrew members in nine different curricula
  • 433rd Airlift Control Flight

    Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) Airlift Control Flight (ALCF) provides a nucleus of experienced airlift personnel to manage, coordinate and control air mobility assets. The ALCF is a vital part of the Air Mobility Command's global command and control structure. They provide a capability for operating at locations where there is limited support and
  • 26th Aerial Port Squadron

    The 26th Aerial Port Squadron deploys trained personnel and equipment during wartime to support combat operations by performing aerial port and aerial delivery operations within high-threat areas at forward operating bases under field conditions. The peacetime mission is support for tactical airlift and aircrew proficiency airdrop training.
  • 74th Aerial Port Squadron

    The 74th Aerial Port Squadron deploys trained personnel and equipment during wartime to support combat operations by performing aerial port and aerial delivery operations within high-threat areas at forward operating bases under field conditions. The peacetime mission is support for tactical airlift and aircrew proficiency airdrop training.
  • 68th Airlift Squadron

    The 68th Airlift Squadron provides C-5M Aircrews ready to fly any cargo to any destination in support of missions around the globe. Missions can range from resupplying units around the world to providing humanitarian relief and evacuation airlift after a hurricane.
  • 433rd Airlift Wing Chaplain Office

    The Chaplain Corp cares for the spiritual needs of 433rd Airlift Wing Airmen while assuring all members' First Amendment Rights are met. Chaplains offer privilege communication counseling where there is nothing reported without the consent of the individual.The  Chaplain Corp also advises leadership on situations of moral and religious matters and
  • 433rd Airlift Wing Airframe Types

    433AW AIRFRAME TYPEST-6 TEXANC-45 VOYAGERC-46 COMMANDOST-28 TROJANC-119 FLYING BOXCARC-124C-130 HERCULESC-5 GALAXYSPECIAL MISSION AIRCRAFTC-130 FIRE FIGHTERC-124 NASA MISSIONC-5A SPACE CARGO NASA 
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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.

433rd AW Aircraft