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  • Galaxy wraps upgrades to become C-5M Super Galaxy

    The first flight of the Lockheed Martin C-5 Galaxy Transport aircraft took place on June 30, 1968, with an audience which included President Lyndon Johnson. It’s now 50 years later, and the Super Galaxy is still going strong.Today, the Air Force and Lockheed Martin have finished upgrades in Marietta, Georgia, to the final aircraft under the C-5
  • Marking Change: Senior Airman Cassandra Hickman

    The cargo pallet glides smoothly down the flight deck into place. She moves through the compartment confidently, inspecting each pallet as she circles. Before the aircraft jets off to foreign lands, she verifies proper weight distribution, cargo placement and that the pallets are secured. During flight, she ensures the comfort of passengers and
  • Alamo Wing supports NATO mission

    A trio of Army UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters, four Army vehicles, support equipment and 39 Army Soldiers from the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, Ft. Drum, N.Y., were delivered Feb. 28, 2017 and March 3, 2017 to Riga, Latvia by the Air Force Reserve Command's 433rd Airlift Wing aircrew in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.
  • First Reserve-owned C-5M lands at Alamo Wing

    The saying “history repeats itself” has become all too familiar to the 433rd Airlift Wing, as hundreds of Airmen and distinguished guests gathered along the flight line here June 17 to welcome the Alamo Wing’s first official C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft, bestowed “The City of San Antonio.” The 433rd AW is the first Air Force Reserve wing to receive Lockheed Martin’s modernized cargo plane.
  • Total Force airpower delivers supplies

    The 502nd Airbase Wing and 433rd Airlift Wing recently teamed up to assist in providing humanitarian relief to families in Yoro, Honduras May 11-13.The Central American region recently experienced intense flooding leading to insufficient crop yields.The Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Air Terminal received 90,000 pounds of rice and beans from Rick
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