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  • Wing announces June enlisted promotions

    The 403rd Wing congratulates the following Reserve Citizen Airmen who were promoted for June 2021. AirmanMalcolm S. Course, 36th Aeromedical Evacuation SquadronJames A. Felicianolugo, 403rd Aeromedical Staging SquadronJenna M. Hollis, 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Senior AirmanChristopher D.

  • Hurricane Hunters get upgraded

    The 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron “Hurricane Hunters” aerial reconnaissance weather officer and loadmaster/dropsonde operator stations are being upgraded with hardware and software to increase their weather collecting capabilities.“The (Meteorology Equipment Technician) shop is in the middle

  • Congratulations on our May promotions

    The 403rd Wing congratulates the following Reserve Citizen Airmen who were promoted for May 2021. AirmanSharissa M. Tittle, 36th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron Airman 1st ClassJames R. Brown, 403rd Maintenance SquadronJacob A. Hammond, 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Senior AirmanRoy K Johnson,

  • 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

  • Women around the Wing: Senior Airman Jessica Stephens

    Women are always making history within the 403rd Wing on Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi.Whether it is in a military or federal civil service capacity, the Reserve Citizen Airmen from the ‘Wing of Choice,’ bring their unique capabilities to perform, execute and maintain the mission.In

  • 403rd Wing announces March promotions

    The 403rd Wing congratulates the following Reserve Citizen Airmen who were promoted for March 2021.Senior AirmanClayton M. Bryant, 41st Aerial Port SquadronJamya M. Chism, 403rd Security Forces SquadronLaura N. Clary, 403rd Maintenance SquadronTaylor C. Ervingrobinson, 403rd SFSDayton J. Gillan,

  • Medics continue to serve

    On Feb. 6 during the wing’s Unit Training Assembly, the 403rd ASTS provided immunizations, optometry services, dental x-rays and exams, lab draws, audiograms, and even in some facets physicals to those Reserve Citizen Airmen in attendance.

  • February UTA mission essential only

    The 403rd Wing Feb. 6-7 Unit Training Assembly is for mission essential personnel only.Do not plan to attend the UTA in-person unless told to do so by squadron leadership.“Commanders are authorized maximum flexibility for all others to telework, reschedule or excuse the February UTA,” said Col.

  • Power of reading: maintain connections through story time via app

    Deployments, annual tour, exercises and training are a few military duties that can keep reservists away from their families for extended periods of time. This can be challenging for loved ones, but especially children.One way to maintain those connections, make family bonds stronger and make