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  • Failed Attempt: Hope

    Master Sgt. (ret.) James Rials, former production supervisor for the 403rd Maintenance Group at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., shared his story of how he got to a place in his life that led to a near suicide attempt and how that led him to seek help. Through sharing his story, Rials hopes that Airmen that come after him will learn from his mistakes
  • Command Post team keeps Keesler notified

    From text alerts about inclement weather to desktop pop-ups updating health protection condition levels to a voice in the sky warning those outdoors of extreme temperatures, Command Post Airmen, though often unseen, are prevalent in the lives of their fellow Keesler personnel. The most widely known action by the Keesler Command Post may be the
  • Recruiter spotlight: Master Sgt. Young Chambers

    This graphic is part four of a series. Master Sgt. Young Chambers is a line recruiter with the Air Force Reserve 403rd Wing. Chambers started his military career in the Marine Corps before switching to the Air Force Reserve where he has experience in many roles, but said being a first sergeant was one of his most rewarding. (U.S. Air Force graphic
  • Recruiter spotlight: Master Sgt. David J. Hutson

    This graphic is part three of a series. Master Sgt. David J. Hutson is a line recruiter with the Air Force Reserve 403rd Wing. Hutson served 13 years on active duty before joining the Air Force Reserve 3 years ago, and he has a decade of experience in the recruiting field. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Kristen Pittman)
  • Saving History: New wing historian maintains info for present, future

    Every wing has a story of events and accomplishments of Airmen’s bravery, courage and sacrifice, and new chapters of the wing’s legacy are added continuously.  Capturing those stories and archiving the history of the 403rd Wing and its Reserve Citizen Airmen’s role in national defense is the job of Dr. Justin J. Iverson.He’s the 403rd Wing’s newest
  • First official ARWO winging ceremony

    The 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron held its first official winging ceremony for their newest aircrew qualified Aerial Reconnaissance Weather Officers Dec. 6, 2020 at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi.A winging ceremony is a tradition in the armed forces, where, after completing and passing all aviation requirements and training, aviators
  • 403rd Wing recruiters ‘Aim High’

    The Air Force Recruiting Service launched the “Aim High” app June 15th, which was integrated into Air Force Reserve recruiters’ “toolbox.” This allows potential recruits to embed tools on their phone to utilize Total Force career resources to learn about many possibilities.
  • 2020 Holiday Greetings

    Holiday Greetings from the 403rd Wing command staff.
  • Zeta, Eta keep Hurricane Hunters flying

    As the above-average 2020 Hurricane season spins on, the Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron Hurricane Hunters continue to support the National Hurricane Center with their crucial data collection mission. For the fourth time this season, the Hurricane Hunters and their WC-130Js, along with the 815th Airlift Squadron’s C-130Js,
  • Be the one...

    Most great leaders will say that leadership means different things to different people, but the newest vice commander of the 403rd Wing says being an engaged, servant leader is important to her.
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