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  • 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 

  • C-5 Formal Training Unit

    The Air Force Reserve's C-5 Formal Training Unit (FTU) provides initial and advanced C-5 flight qualification for the entire fleet of 111 C-5 A/B aircraft. The C-5 is operated by three major commands; Air Mobility Command, the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command. Over 70 selectively

  • 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

  • 433rd AW History

    The 433rd Airlift Wing, also known as the Alamo Wing, is an Air Force Reserve unit with approximately 3,400 members stationed in San Antonio, Texas. The wing headquarters and 20 subordinate units are tenants at Lackland AFB. The wing also supports two attached units, the 307th Red Horse Squadron, on

433rd AW mission

The mission of the 433rd Airlift Wing is to Provide Combat Ready Citizen Airmen Anywhere, Anytime.

433rd AW Aircraft