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  • Hurricane Hunters fly Beryl

    The 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, a component of the Air Force Reserve’s 403rd Wing at Keesler Air Force Base, has been working around the clock flying data gathering missions into Hurricane Beryl, the first major hurricane of what’s predicted to be a very active season.

  • Wing of Choice updates strategic plan, priorities

    Wing senior leaders participated in a strategic alignment event in Gulfport, Mississippi, May 2 and a smaller group met May 13 here to update and finalize priorities and a strategic plan that will focus wing efforts for the next two years.

  • Maintainers assist in recruiting efforts

    As recruiters across multiple Department of Defense military branches struggle to reel in prospects, several members across the 403rd Maintenance Group have taken an active approach in assisting the Air Force Reserve’s 403rd Wing recruiters. Master Sgt. Dustin Kane, 803rd Aircraft Maintenance

  • 403rd Wing members attend 22nd Air Force summit

    Four Non-Commissioned Officers from the 403rd Wing attended the 22nd Air Force NCO Summit in Knoxville, Tennessee, June 5-6.The NCO Summit focused on the ongoing effort to further refine a culture of mission-ready Airmen, ways to develop NCOs, and retain Airmen.

  • Airmen hone wartime skills in readiness exercise

    The 403rd Wing conducted a readiness exercise, called Operation Thunder Strike, June 3-8, to test the unit’s wartime capability and to ensure Airmen are mission ready. More than 75 Reserve Citizen Airmen from 403rd Wing Staff Agencies, Mission Support Group and the Aeromedical Staging Squadron

  • Department of the Air Force launches NIPRGPT

    Department of the Air Force chief information officer and the Air Force Research Laboratory is accelerating initiatives to provide the Air Force and Space Force with the ability to responsibly experiment with Generative AI.

  • Updating records, insurance vital to taking care of family members

    Military personnel have two crucial items that demand attention and periodic updates, the Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance and the Virtual Record of Emergency Data. Neglecting to keep these items current could have serious consequences for both service members and their families.