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  • October Unit Training Assembly Update

    The 403rd Wing will have a Unit Training Assembly Oct. 3-4, with COVID-19 mitigation measures in place.Col. Jeffrey A. Van Dootingh, 403rd Wing commander, reminds Airmen who attend the UTA that they must comply with base security and health protection requirements.Keesler is currently in Health Protection Condition Bravo. Per Department of Defense
  • Here we go again: 403rd Wing evacuates aircraft, continues to fly Tropical Storm Sally

    The Air Force Reserve’s 403rd Wing started relocating aircraft today as Tropical Storm Sally makes its way towards the Gulf Coast. The wing’s 815th Airlift Squadron, a tactical airlift unit, flew their C-130J Super Hercules to Joint Base San-Antonio, Texas, and the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, or Hurricane Hunters, relocated their WC-130Js
  • What Airmen need to know about Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance

    Death; it’s the one certainty in this life that eventually happen to all of us, but few of us like to think about. But, we should.  Lt. Col. Maurleen Cobb, 403rd Wing Judge Advocate, has seen what can happen when people don’t think about it and don’t plan, such as when an Airman’s Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance is paid out to an ex-spouse
  • Base violence prevention integrator studies trends; educates Airmen

    In the middle of an office punctuated with pink accents, brimming with boxes of “swag” and an abundance of self-empowerment reading sits Tania Wiggins, her rosé hued hair contributing to the soft, welcoming tone of the room.While her presence and her surroundings and most of her life’s work scream delicate and inviting and safe, Wiggins suffered
  • September UTA update: COVID’s not over

    The 403rd Wing will have a Unit Training Assembly Sept. 12-13, which will be mandatory for mission essential Airmen and optional for others based on commanders’ discretion.Airmen should coordinate with their unit supervisors and commanders to inquire about telework options or to reschedule or excuse the UTA, and wing members who live in the local
  • Marco, Laura prove Hurricane Hunters up to taskings

    The Air Force Reserve 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron Hurricane Hunters had a busy week flying missions into Tropical Storm Marco and Hurricane Laura from Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., and from the Charleston International Airport, S.C. Aug. 20 through today.
  • Hurricane Hunters: navigators guide through storms

    The 403rd Wing’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron based out of Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, is the only Department of Defense organization that flies weather reconnaissance. In this specialized unit of Reserve Citizen Airmen, a crew is made up of a minimum of five members consisting of a pilot, copilot, navigator, aerial reconnaissance
  • 403rd LRS stays social while distancing

    Back in the old days – five months ago, before COVID-19, nobody thought twice about going to the gym, or doing a high-intensity interval training workout with 15 of their closest wingmen, or just … working in the office with the rest of their shop.The pandemic has taken its toll on normalcy in every facet, and in an Air Force Reserve Command unit,
  • Combating heat on the flightline

    The cool, new clothing item on the flightline are shorts authorized as an option for 403rd Maintenance Group and 41st Aerial Port Squadron members to wear instead of the Airman Battle Uniform or Operational Camouflage Pattern trousers.“Everyone who works outside, loves it,” said Senior Airman Robert Koltas, 403rd Maintenance Squadron propulsion
  • Pinning on rank, 403rd Wing's newest Chief

    Chief Master Sgts. Monte Snyder, 403rd Maintenance Group maintenance operations superintendent (left) and Amanda Stift, 403rd Wing command chief, (right) "pin" the Chief Master Sgt. rank onto Senior Master Sgt. Larry Andersen, Superintendent, 403rd Wing Mission Support Group during his promotion ceremony August 8, 2020 at the 41st Aerial Port
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