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  • Financial counselors assist Airmen with mission readiness

    Airmen train year-round to ensure they have the technical, physical, and mental skills to ensure they are combat ready. Being mission ready though deals with more than just the capacity to do one’s job; an Airman’s finances can have a huge impact on their ability to serve.

  • Allies and partners work together for Cope North 2024

    Royal Australian Air Force Leading Aircraftman Kurt Lewis, an imagery specialist with 464 squadron, watches as a U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules aircraft with 403rd Wing taxis the flight line during Cope North 24 at Tinian, Northern Mariana Islands, Feb. 10, 2024. Marines of Marine Aircraft

  • Command Chief holds SNCO all call

    Chief Master Sgt. David Jackson, 403rd Wing command chief, holds an open forum all call with Senior Non-Commissioned Officers of the 403rd Wing to discuss current events, upcoming news, and then opened it up to the floor on ways to assist improvements on training and engaging lower ranking Airmen in

  • Bolton takes command of 403rd LRS

    Lt. Col. Lisa Breal, 403rd Mission Support Group Commander, hands the 403rd Logistics Readiness Squadron guidon to Maj. Jonathan Bolton at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 3, 2024. As the new 403rd LRS commander, Bolton will lead 95 Reserve Citizen Airmen and civilians who provide peace and

  • 403rd Wing Admin Airmen hosting food drive

    Administration, or 3F5, Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 403rd Wing are hosting a food drive to benefit those less fortunate in the communities surrounding Keesler Air Force Base.During each Unit Training Assembly weekend, anyone with base access can drop non-perishable food items off at either the

  • Defenders Train on Heavy Weapons

    Members of the 403rd Security Forces Squadron conducted the firing portion of their heavy weapons qualification training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, Jan. 18.

  • Key Spouse Program enhances readiness, resiliency

    The Air Force Key Spouse Program was created to support families during separation while building stronger communication between leadership, spouses, and family members. Their goal is to enhance readiness and create a community.

  • Family Care Plans Ensure Military Readiness

    The U.S. Air Force understands that each military family is unique, with its own set of challenges and dynamics, which is why Airmen are required to complete a Family Care Plan.