Total force basic trainees part of Air Force Reserve history
Master Sgt. Matthew Scott, 433rd Training Squadron operations chief, examines a new trainee's personal belongings prior to the trainee being allowed to stow his gear. The process ensures trainees have the items they will need for the seven-week course, prevents trainees from accessing prohibited items or material during basic training, and establishes initial standards. The 433rd TRS, the only all Reserve military training instructor squadron in the Air Force, fully activated as a basic military training squadron in May, and accepted responsibility for training and educating a full complement of basic trainees. The 433rd TRS is assigned to the 340th Flying Training Group at JBSA-Randolph, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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