• 2022 Honorary commanders visit Alamo Wing

    14 honorary commanders toured the 433rd Operations Group, here Aug. 6. The visit included a tour of the C-5M Super Galaxy flight simulator, virtual reality C-5M training program and a survival skills’ briefing, which are some of the 433rd OG’s functions.

  • 502nd ISG leadership visit 433rd Airlift Wing

    502nd Installation Support Group leaders Col. Steven A. Strain, commander, Chief Master Sgt. Carey S. Jordan, command chief, and Mark J. Tharp, technical director, toured the 433rd Airlift Wing at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas on Oct. 21, 2020.The purpose of the tour was to familiarize the

  • Honorary commanders tour Operations Group

    Eight 433rd Airlift Wing honorary commanders toured the 433rd Operations Group here March 7.The honorary commanders started the morning with a briefing on the group’s mission before a hands-on multi-aircraft virtual reality training system prototype demonstration, and flying in a C-5M Super Galaxy

  • Texas State University ROTC fly C-5M Super Galaxy

    Members of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 840 with Texas State University visited the 433rd Airlift Wing and sampled the military with an incentive flight on the C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft here, March 7.

  • Col. Miller assumes command of operations group

    Col. Terry W. McClain, 433rd Airlift Wing commander, presented the 433rd Operations Group guidon to Col. James C. “JC” Miller signifying Miller’s assumption of command during a ceremony here Aug. 3.

  • C-5M wing stands down for safety review

    Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 433rd Maintenance and Operations Groups recently took a day off on May 14, 2018 from the usual mission of “Fly, Fight, Win” to focus on safety.

  • Flight school trains future crews for C-5M Super Galaxy

    Having the right crew is essential when it comes to flying a C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft — that is why instructors at the 733rd Training Squadron and 356th Airlift Squadron here prepare students to operate a multi-million dollar aircraft.