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Ride, Run and Raft at Rambler 120
Joint Base San Antonio’s annual Rambler 120 early  registration is now open. The annual fitness challenge designed to enhance camaraderie is Oct. 5 with an estimated 7:30 a.m start time at JBSA Recreation Park at Canyon Lake. (Courtesy photo)
July 19, 2019 - Joint Base San Antonio’s annual Rambler 120 registration is now open. The annual fitness challenge designed to enhance camaraderie is Oct. 5 with an estimated 7:30 a.m start time at the JBSA Recreation Park at Canyon Lake.

Special needs children ride, learn about horses at EFMP equestrian camp
Ava Barth sits on top of a horse at the Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center June 27. Barth was one of 12 children who participated in the JBSA Exceptional Family Member Program Equestrian Camp held at the equestrian center June 25-27. The camp allowed special needs children from military families and their siblings to learn about horsemanship and to ride horses. Leading Byers on her horse is camp volunteer Antonio Nava.
July 19, 2019 - Special needs children learned about and rode horses during a three-day equestrian camp held at the Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center in late June. The JBSA Exceptional Family Member Program Equestrian Camp provided equine-related activities for special needs children and their siblings from June 25-27. EFMP is a program that provides comprehensive support and services to special needs children from military families.

Special Warfare Airman receives Silver Star for heroism in Afghanistan
Lt. Gen. Bradd Web, incoming commander for Air Education and Training Command, presents the Silver Star to Tech. Sgt. Michael Perolio from the Special Warfare Training Wing during a ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland’s Gateway Club July 18. Perolio was presented the Silver Star in connection to military operations against an armed enemy in Afghanistan Jan. 11, 2018, during Operation Freedom’s Sentinel.
July 19, 2019 - In the early morning hours of Jan. 11, 2018, a five-man team set out to conduct a seemingly uneventful and successful key leader engagement in Afghanistan. On July 18, an Air Force Special Warfare Airman stood in front of a crowd at the Gateway Club at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland to be presented with a Silver Star for his actions that secured the safety of his joint and allied partners.

Project NEXUS tests developing technologically ready Airmen
Illustration showing a quote about Project NEXUS from Capt. Kyle Palko. Project NEXUS, an Air Force beta test aimed at learning the best ways to introduce more technologically ready Airmen into units, will consist of three cohorts of six Airmen, who come from various Air Force specialties and backgrounds.
July 19, 2019 - Air Education and Training Command officials began a beta test aimed at learning the best ways to introduce more technologically ready Airmen into units July 9 in Austin, Texas. The program, Project NEXUS, is expected to fuel organic technology problem solving efforts for Airmen in their day-to-day workplaces.

JBSA Community Programs offers free school supplies at Back to School Bash
Children and families can get ready for the start of the school year by getting free school supplies and enjoying free beverages, activities and music at the Back to School Bash from 9 to 11 a.m. Aug. 3 at the W. Ed Parker Youth Center, building 1630, at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.
July 19, 2019 - Children and families can get ready for the start of the school year by getting free school supplies and enjoying free beverages, activities and music at the Back to School Bash from 9 to 11 a.m. Aug. 3 at the W. Ed Parker Youth Center, building 1630, at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.

One World Terrain to allow Soldiers to train anywhere
Austin Drexler, researcher at the Institute for Creative Technology in Los Angeles, helps Maj. Gen. John George use special interactive goggles to view One World Terrain 3D interactive simulation data. George is deputy director, Army Futures and Concepts Center.
July 19, 2019 - Carrying only a backpack and a drone, Soldiers could capture and eventually re-create entire sections of forests and steep mountains.
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