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  • Defensor Fortis: Defenders of the force

    Forty members of the 433rd Security Forces Squadron returned from a challenging refresher training course called Patriot Defender, along with nearly 100 others from various wings throughout AFRC. The 433rd, along with the other units, participated in the two-week course at Camp Swift near Bastrop, Texas to maintain readiness in defending precious
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  • Total Force effort saves 3-day-old infant

    The Parkers are a U.S. Coast Guard family stationed at San Juan, Puerto Rico. They were excited and happy about the birth of their second child and had a very normal delivery. That was until two hours after delivery when their newborn, Stuart Parker, began experiencing life threatening breathing complications that would send any loving father and
  • Top Reserve command post named

    Aircraft arrive and depart. Events happen on schedule. Incidents arise to threaten the daily schedule. Problems get solved and the Wing continues to run like clockwork. There is someone behind the efforts. Someone has all the information and knows how to get the right people get the right information at the right time. The behind-the-scenes focal
  • The partial predictability of war – in the cycle

    This is the first in a series of articles highlighting different careers and Alamo Wing people as they perform their duty under the Air and Space Expeditionary Force concept. In this series you will hear from different perspectives about the adaptation to deployed life and how the job compares to work at home station. Nearly 100 members of the
  • Alamo Wing walks the line

    You see them early in the morning before the fighters launch from the unit next door. Airmen, from the 149th Fighter wing, walking along the taxiway looking for foreign objects that could damage aircraft. In May, Alamo Wing Airmen took walking the line one step farther. Everyone from the newest airmen to the commanding general of the 433rd Airlift
  • Reservist recognized for anti-drug victory

    Like the Global War on Terror, the war against drugs has more than one battlefield. The one closest to home is where one Reserve Airman chooses to make her battle stand. For her successful effort, she won a 2005 Government Employees Insurance Co. Military Service Award. Tech. Sgt. Anita Garcia is the 433rd Airlift Wing’s Demand Reduction program
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