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  • 433rd AW Airmen perform readiness training

    433rd Airlift Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen practiced chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear operations here April 10.
  • JBSA Airmen participate in total force exercise

    The 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron trained on responding to a chemical agent exposure situation, here April 8. The training included unregulated patient movement and familiarization with decontamination procedures. The 433rd AES collaborated with the 433rd Civil Engineer Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio Fire Department, and the 911th AES, Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania, to accomplish the training.
  • Legacy of the ‘Kelly Katies’

    Before the 433rd Airlift Wing arrived here to Kelly Field in 1960, a major shift in workforce demographics had already taken place on the flight line. World War II and the Korean War forced people on a national level to reconsider the capabilities of women in what used to be regarded as “men’s work.” With men being called off to war, there was still a need for hands to turn wrenches, build engines and fix aircraft. War production drove the need to recruit women.
  • 433rd AW starts COVID-19 vaccine distribution

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing received the COVID-19 vaccine here March 6.
  • PT test pushed to July, updates to scoring, physical components ahead

    When assessments resume, the three-component fitness test (1.5 mile run, 1 minute of pushups and situps) will be reset with scores calculated on a new three component scoring table. In addition, work is underway to separate scoring into five-year age groups as opposed to the previous ten – for example, age groups will start at <25, 25-29 years old, 30-34, years old, etc.
  • Department of the Air Force to allow shorts for maintainers, updates variety of uniform options

    Airmen and Guardians will now have more dress and appearance options with upcoming uniform changes to Air Force Instruction 36-2903, Dress and Appearance.
  • February helps bring awareness to heart health

    February is Heart Health Awareness Month.
  • Know your Rights for reemployment, USERRA

    Veterans Employment and Training Service, an agency of the Department of Labor, oversees grants for Veterans seeking employment, maintains transition assistance programs for employment, and it also runs the Compliance and Investigation Division for employment complaints, which is responsible for overseeing the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994.
  • CSAF talks COVID operations, diversity and inclusion, readiness with Reserve senior leaders

    COVID-19 operations, diversity and inclusion, and the readiness posture of 70,000-plus Reserve Citizen Airmen were the main topics of discussion when Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr. met with Air Force Reserve Command senior leaders at AFRC headquarters here Feb. 8.
  • Behind the Braids: Reservists play key role in first women’s hair policy change in 70 years

    Reserve Citizen Airmen have been instrumental in helping bring about the first major change in the Air Force’s women’s hair policy since the late 1940s.As an outcome of the 101st Air Force uniform board, Air Force women will be able to wear their hair in up to two braids or a single ponytail with bulk not exceeding the width of the head and length
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