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Fixer upper project merges with new layout at JBSA-Randolph Library
The entrance way to the children’s area of the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Library, Texas, with new carpet and book bins Dec. 5, 2019. There will be new signage and nooks and crannies that will be quieter. “We’re just trying to improve service here and make people more comfortable,” said Diana Lisenbee, supervisory librarian.
Dec. 6, 2019 - The final pieces will soon be falling into place as the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Library completes its transition to the modern bookstore layout the Air Force is adopting for its libraries.

JBSA-Randolph’s military service station leans on alternative fuel
Sam Diaz, 502nd Logistics Readiness Squadron heavy equipment operator, utilizes the E85 ethanol fuel pump to fill the tank of a government vehicle at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, Dec. 5, 2019. For more than a decade, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph’s military service station has depended on an alternative fuel to power many of the location’s government cars and passenger vans.
Dec. 6, 2019 - For more than a decade, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph’s military service station has depended on an alternative fuel to power many of the location’s government cars and passenger vans

Warm hearts help keep students warm at annual 502nd FSG coat drive
Sgt. Maj. Danang McKay, 502nd Force Support Group command sergeant major, gives a personalized gift bag to a student at Wilshire Elementary School in San Antonio Dec. 4 as part of the Adopt a School program. To help ensure the students at the school are warm during the winter months, 502nd FSG volunteers collected coats, socks, and toys to give needy children as part of the program.
Dec. 6, 2019 - To help ensure the students at Wilshire Elementary School in San Antonio’s Northeast Independent School District are warm during the winter months, volunteers from the 502nd Force Support Group collected coats, as well as socks and toys, to give needy children during a ceremony Dec. 4 as part of the Adopt a School program.

AETC Learning Wi-Fi Service begins roll out across the command
Airman 1st Class Christine Smith and Airman 1st Class Kaylie Cunningham, 364th Training Squadron electrical and environmental apprentice course students, remove and install an oxygen regulator on an F-15 Eagle at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, June 14, 2019. In an effort to expand learning opportunities for Airmen and enable training and education from any device, Air Education and Training Command has begun the Learning Wi-Fi Service project to install commercial wireless Internet across the command’s installations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Pedro Tenorio)
Dec. 6, 2019 - In an effort to expand learning opportunities for Airmen and enable training and education from any device, Air Education and Training Command has begun a project to install commercial wireless Internet across the command called the AETC Learning Wi-Fi Service.

JBSA group meets to address educational issues, plan education summit
A group of 29 Joint Base San Antonio members and parents discussed and brought forth ideas on how to address educational issues and challenges experienced by military school-age children and their families during a meeting at 502nd Air Base Wing Headquarters at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Nov. 26.
Dec. 6, 2019 - A group of 29 Joint Base San Antonio members and parents discussed and brought forth ideas on how to address educational issues and challenges experienced by military school-age children and their families during a meeting at 502nd Air Base Wing Headquarters at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Nov. 26.

Depression can offer opportunity for reconnection
355th Medical Group Mental Health clinic personnel discuss routine tasks at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, Nov. 27, 2019.
Dec. 6, 2019 - As a psychologist, I am frequently asked by my patients about the seriousness of their condition: “What does this mean? Am I crazy to be feeling this way? Do I have mental issues?”
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