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  • Facts about DD Form 214s for Guard, Reserve

    The Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or DD Form 214, is a document Airmen may receive at certain points in their careers such as separating from an active duty unit, completing job training, or returning home from a deployment. Air Force Reservists and Air National Guard members may expect to receive a DD 214 when retiring from their respective Air Reserve Component, but this not a qualifying event by itself. Only regular Air Force, or active duty members, will receive a DD Form 214 prior to separating.
  • 433rd CES firefighters climb to remember fallen 9-11 first responders

    The 433rd Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters participated in the wing’s fourth 9/11 Memorial Stair climb during the unit training assembly Sept. 8, here.
  • AFRC command first sergeant visits Alamo Wing

    Chief Master Sgt. Travon W. Dennis, Air Force Reserve Command first sergeant, visited with first sergeants and Airmen here during the September unit training assembly weekend.
  • Honorary commanders tour Mission Support Group

    Eleven honorary commanders toured the 433rd Mission Support Group here Sep 7, to view the group’s mission capabilities. This tour is the first of a series of grouped tours that are given to encourage relationships between the wing’s senior leadership and San Antonio’s civilian business and civic leaders.
  • Col. Williams assumes command of mission support group

    Col. Terry W. McClain, 433rd Airlift Wing commander, officiated the 433rd Mission Support Group assumption of command ceremony for Col. Wayne M. Williams here Sept. 7, 2019.
  • 433rd Operations Support Squadron welcomes new commander

    The 433rd Operations Support Squadron welcomed its new commander, Lt. Col. Jonathan R. Behunin, during an assumption of command ceremony held at the 433rd Airlift Wing auditorium here Sept. 7.
  • 433rd Medical Group represented at 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium

    Lt. Col. Luis Berrios, 433rd Aeromedical Staging Squadron chief nurse and 433rd Medical Group chief of education and training, speaks to an Australian Army major and captain, about his quality improvement project titled "Addressing Reserve Joint-Service Medical Training Gaps through Multi-Faceted Expeditionary Simulation" at the 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium, Aug. 20, 2019 in Kissimmee, Florida.
  • Former POW addresses deployers

    Flying an F-4C Phantom, the Georgia native was shot down in November 1967 over North Vietnam and held captive through March 1973. He spoke about the challenges of having been captured, returning home, how to survive and what he did to do so. His Texas audience consisted of participants in Yellow Ribbon, which promotes the well-being of pre- and post-deployment reservists and those closest to them by connecting them with resources.
  • Commentary: I did it. On purpose

    You’ve probably heard the words, “I’m sorry, it was an accident” or some variation countless times throughout your life. I have five kids, so I hear it way too often.
  • DOD agency keeps file swaps safe

    The Defense Information Systems Agency has taken over an online resource that allows Defense Department personnel to swap files too large to be sent by email. Now in the wheelhouse of DISA, the file transfer capability has been rebranded DoD SAFE, or secure access file exchange. The DoD SAFE capability is part of DISA's Defense Collaboration Services suite of applications.