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Manpower analyst’s lengthy career concludes at JBSA-Randolph
Dennis Carter, Air Force Manpower Analysis Agency Current Operations Division chief at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, is retiring this month after an active-duty and Department of Defense civilian career spanning five decades.
Aug. 17, 2018 - More than 45 years ago, a young man from a small community in Northeast Arkansas enlisted in the Air Force with no guaranteed job.

Prevention at forefront of Army SHARP effort
The SHARP Program Office will release a prevention strategy document in the coming months. While bystander intervention is an important aspect of prevention, there are other actions and behaviors intended to stop incidents before they happen, such as fostering a healthy organizational climate and instilling a strong culture based upon the Army Ethic and Army Values.
Aug. 17, 2018 - "We must demonstrate respect for all service members, build trust and remove the cancer of sexual misconduct from our ranks," said Secretary of Defense James Mattis in an Aug. 13 memorandum to all military personnel.

Be Bright, Be Safe and Be Seen
Aug. 17, 2018 - The Joint Base San Antonio Safety Office urges all JBSA location pedestrians, joggers and bikers to become familiar with reflective equipment requirements to ensure their safety during the hours of decreased visibility.

Back to Bases: AFCEC revives environmental workshop
Dr. James Wilde, the Air Force cultural resources subject matter expert at the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, talks about tribal relations during the 2018 Air Force Environmental Workshop Aug. 9 in San Antonio. The three-day event offered networking opportunities while educating attendees about emerging hot topics, budgetary constraints, regulatory challenges and current Air Force directives, policies, and solutions.
Aug. 17, 2018 - Air Force senior leaders and environmental experts from around the globe tackled a variety of installation environmental issues during the 2018 Air Force Environmental Workshop Aug. 7-9 in downtown San Antonio.

Legacy Pavers Program honors military service members — past, present, and future
The Airman Heritage Foundation Legacy Paver Program began in 2010 with the mission to recognize the efforts of many people from all military service branches serving their country. Each paver has a different message that is captured in three lines and 14 characters.
Aug. 16, 2018 - Permanent tributes prominently displayed all around Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland that either marked a moment in time, or a job well done, were created by the Airman Heritage Foundation Legacy Paver Program.

How to get an Unescorted Access Request Form at JBSA-Randolph
Aug. 16, 2018 - The Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Visitor Control Center, or VCC, processes more than 100 access control passes, to include four to eight Entry Authorization Lists (EAL), per day. In order to process passes and EALs, it is important to ensure the sponsor/requestor is sending the VCC the correct information.
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