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  • 433rd MXS welcomes new commander

    Capt. Nicholas Velazquez assumed command of the 433rd Maintenance Squadron during a virtual change of command ceremony here Aug. 8.

  • ‘This is it!’ former war refugee lives dream as Reserve Citizen Airman

    On August 6, 1992, the United States established diplomatic relations with Bosnia-Herzegovina following its independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; however, the country was in the midst of conflict.Tensions between Bosnia’s Muslims, Croats and Serbs escalated into armed

  • 433rd AMXS welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. A. Spence Pennington assumed command of the 433rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron from Lt. Col Michael Webb during a virtual change of command ceremony here July 11 2020.

  • Baskin Elementary students attend Starbase Kelly

    Eighteen Mildred Baskin Elementary school students visited Starbase Kelly here Nov. 5. The Starbase Kelly team taught the students some basic concepts about aircraft and flight before the children toured a C-5M Super Galaxy.

  • 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.

  • Over 100 years of experience retires from Alamo Wing

    Chief Master Sgt. Roderick W. Lovil, 433rd Maintenance Squadron, Senior Master Sgt. David L. Salazar, 433rd Maintenance Group and Master Sgt. Steve J. Kakacek, 433rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, retired in a joint ceremony April 15, 2018 at the Veteran's of Foreign Wars Post 76 in San Antonio,

  • Maintenance Citizen Airmen educate Honorary Commanders

    Ten 433rd Airlift Wing honorary commanders received a comprehensive tour of the 433rd Maintenance Group here July 15.During the tour, the San Antonio community leaders witnessed the Assumption of Command ceremony for the 433rd MXG, visited a C-5M Super Galaxy on the flight line, the metals