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  • Women wiring the sky from flight control to navigation

    In a technology career field, working on an aircraft isn’t normally the first thing that comes to mind, it is normally something computer or data related, but avionics technicians are largely responsible for the maintenance of the electronic systems. .

  • 403rd members, families participate in Operation Hero 2023

    Family members of Senior Master Sgt. Martin Guthrie, 41st Aerial Port Squadron mission readiness superintendent and his fiancee, Master Sgt. Staci Conrad, 403rd Logistics Readiness Squadron traffic management office assistant noncommissioned officer in charge, visit a processing desk during

  • Wing announces 2022 Annual Award winners

    The 403rd Wing hosted an Annual Awards Banquet at the Bay Breeze Event Center March 4 to celebrate and recognize the outstanding Reserve Citizen Airmen nominees and winners for 2022.The top performers were announced as follows:Airman of the Year - Senior Airman Jessica Crenshaw, 403rd Maintenance

  • Free tax services, resources available for reservists

    Tax season is here and for members of the 403rd Wing, there are money-saving options and resources to make tax time a little less stressful.During the Air Force Reserve unit’s March Unit Training Assembly, volunteer income tax assistants qualified by the Internal Revenue Service will be available

  • Wing manpower analyst drives efficiency and readiness

    With evolving technologies, career-field transformations, fluctuating demand for personnel and a myriad of other contributing factors, it’s up to manpower analysts to study procedures and data and provide guidance to leaders on the needs of the Air Force.“I ultimately maintain all of the manpower

  • Reserve Commander Rescinds COVID-19 Participation Limits

    Following the lead of the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of the Air Force, the commander of Air Force Reserve Command and chief of the Air Force Reserve has rescinded the June 2022 memo that restricted participation and travel for Reserve Citizen Airmen not vaccinated against Covid-19.

  • Maintaining aircraft for atmospheric river missions

    To keep the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron aircraft flying at an off-station location, the maintenance personnel bring the equipment needed to operate and work on the aircraft to keep the aircraft operational with them, but some locations present challenges.

  • February enlisted promotions announced

    The 403rd Wing congratulates the following Reserve Citizen Airmen who were promoted for February 2023.AirmanKenneth C. Davis, 403rd Maintenance GroupNicholas A. Dyas, 403rd Maintenance SquadronTy P. Stanger, 403rd MXS Airman First ClassLance C. Kuy, 403rd MXSDiamond L. Veals, 41st Aerial Port

  • Operation Hero returns March 4

    The Keesler Military and Family Readiness Center is planning Operation Hero, a deployment simulation event for children of military members, March 4. The experience allows military families to better understand the deployment process and gain knowledge about agencies and other resources available to