• 433rd Airlift Wing Commander Bids Farewell

    Col. William Gutermuth, 433rd Airlift Wing commander, completed his final military Unit Training Assembly drill weekend for the U.S. Air Force here at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland on June 1, and 2. He is set to formally retire from the United States Air Force on July 4, 2024.For his farewell he

  • Total Force Training Prepares Airmen, Soldiers For Contingency Ops

    433rd Airlift Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen worked with U.S. Army North’s Task Force 51 personnel to conduct a joint cargo upload training event here on May 20. The training opportunity was designed for Task Force 51, a deployable command post that provides mission command options for routine and

  • Stepping up with lives on the line, Airmen help after crash

    The evening commute turned from calm to crisis for several 433rd Airlift Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen on their way home from a day of work at Joint Base San-Antonio-Lackland on May 9, 2024. They provided first aid to two people involved in a rollover crash just outside one of the installation gates.

  • 74th APS Port Dawgs Honor Murdered Airman With Annual Run

    Tech. Sgt. Erik Burciaga, 74th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation supervisor, speaks to participants ahead of the Annual Port Dawg Memorial Run at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, May 5, 2024. Burciaga is the local organizer of the event, in honor of Tech. Sgt. Curtis Eccleston, a former

  • C-5M Super Galaxy Inspires Next Generation at Great Texas Airshow

    More than 350,000 mothers and fathers, grandmas and grandpas, sons and daughters flooded the gates of The Great Texas Airshow to see aerial spectacles, breathtaking displays, and the power of the world's greatest Air Force. The largest aircraft in the U.S. arsenal was on full display.