More than 30 Texas Reserve Security Forces Airmen return to JBSA-Lackland on Sunday

The airmen returned from a six-month deployment to Southwest Asia.

More than 30 defenders with the 433rd Security Forces Squadron, 433rd Airlift Wing, returned to JBSA-Lackland on Sunday from a six-month deployment to Southwest Asia.

These Reserve Citizen Airmen were mobilized to support ongoing United States Central Command operations, according to a news release.

The 433rd Security Forces Squadron “trains unit members to meet wartime mission requirements while providing support assistance to its active duty counterparts,” as stated in a news release.

The squadron also deploys security forces personnel, who provide Air Base defense, physical security, law enforcement and resource protection missions in any climate or location, officials say.

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