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A World War II veteran holds his hand over his heart during the Pledge of Allegiance at the conclusion of a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17 which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan, commanding general, U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) from Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, speaks to the gathered World War II veterans and their high school companions during a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17 which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
Retired Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, a former commanding general of the U.S. Army’s Installation Management Command at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, speaks to the gathered World War II veterans and their high school companions during a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17 which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
A World War II veteran holds his hand over his heart during the Pledge of Allegiance at the conclusion of a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17 which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
A World War II veteran renders a salute during the singing of the National Anthem at the conclusion of a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17 which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, a former commanding general of the U.S. Army’s Installation Management Command at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, greets a World War II veteran  during a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
A World War II veteran, along with his high school escort, enjoy the reception as they arrive for a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan, commanding general, U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) from Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, greets a World War II veteran before a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
A World War II veteran chats with his designated escort before a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
A World War II veteran salutes at the start of a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
The 502nd Air Base Wing Honor Guard prepares to welcome and honor World War II veterans at the start of a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
Army Col. Peter Velesky, vice commander, 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio, speaks with a World War II veteran before the start of a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
Command Sgt. Maj. Alberto Delgado (left), U.S. Army North (Fifth Army), and Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan (right), commanding general, ARNORTH, speak with a World War II veteran before the start of a sendoff ceremony at the San Antonio International Airport Oct. 17, which saw 40 WWII veterans take off for a trip to New Orleans to visit the National World War II Museum. The Soaring Valor program, sponsored by the Gary Sinise Foundation, helped send the veterans and 40 high school Student companions from Dallas, to the museum.
JBSA hiring event Oct. 31, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Omni San Antonio Hotel.
Fisher House
Fisher House
EMT Course
Lincoln Military Housing at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston now offers a place where four-legged friends can run and play. The Bark Park, located behind building 407, opened Oct. 2 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the park.
Maj. Allison Ferro, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center chief of clinical education (left) and Patricia Colston, USAISR Burn Center nurse educator (right) prepare a patient mannequin used for training in the Clinical Pre-Deployment Training Pilot Program. The pilot program gives groups and teams of medical service members who are preparing for deployment the opportunity to train at the USAISR Burn Center, which is the sole facility within the Department of Defense that cares and treats burn patients who are active-duty and injured in combat, military dependents and non-military civilian emergencies.
Maj. Allison Ferro, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center chief of clinical education (left) and Patricia Colston, USAISR Burn Center nurse educator (right) prepare a patient mannequin used for training in the Clinical Pre-Deployment Training Pilot Program. The pilot program gives groups and teams of medical service members who are preparing for deployment the opportunity to train at the USAISR Burn Center, which is the sole facility within the Department of Defense that cares and treats burn patients who are active-duty and injured in combat, military dependents and non-military civilian emergencies.