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  • Aircrew flight equipment: life support for aviators

    Infrared light flashes like an invisible firefly – only seen through night vision goggles equipped with specialized sensors. Those goggles have the potential to save lives and the 403rd Operations Support Squadron’s Aircrew Flight Equipment section is charged with their care.

  • Diversity encourages innovation

    In the first few days of Basic Military Training, new recruits are referred to as the “Rainbow Flight.” This is in reference to how much they stand out in their different colored clothing in the days before being issued their uniforms. It can also represent how much our backgrounds make us stand out

  • New chief to Citizen Airmen: go beyond swipe

    Attaining the rank of chief master sergeant is like reaching the summit of a mountain – it takes hard work, dedication and skill. Chief Master Sergeant Michelle Santiago, 403rd Maintenance Squadron first sergeant, was recognized for reaching her own summit during a promotion ceremony at the Roberts

  • AETC leaders immersed in AFRC wing

    Standing in front of a two-star general and explaining what your unit does and why could make anyone’s stomach twist. But members of the 403rd Wing not only did it without breaking a sweat, they did it with energy and passion.

  • Contributing to a greater cause: the aeromedical evacuation squadron

    Transporting the nation's sick and wounded warriors from the battlefield to the home front is a more than just a one-person job. It's a multi-layered process involving personnel both on the ground and in the air.Once those patients are stable enough for transport, it's the job of aeromedical

  • Base, community says farewell

    On behalf of the 403rd Wing First Sergeants Council, Master Sgt. Demetrice White, 403rd Logistics Readiness Squadron first sergeant, presents Col. Frank L. Amodeo, 403rd Wing commander, with an eagle at his farewell reception, Aug. 6, 2016. Amodeo is scheduled to take command of the 927th Air

  • First responders exercise readiness

    The 81st Training Wing, 403rd Wing and outside agencies conducted an anti-hijacking exercise June 21 here.A 403rd Wing WC-130J Super Hercules played the role of the hijacked aircraft where a crew member took hostages and taxied down the flight line in an attempt to take off. Keesler used the