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JBSA-Lackland Access Requirements

JBSA Security Forces install base access kiosks to enhance social distancing efforts

The 502nd Security Forces Group has installed new kiosks that will further reduce the health risks during customer check-in when requesting base access.  See the article titled JBSA Security Forces install base access kiosks to enhance social distancing efforts for detailed information.

The URLs for each kiosk at the VCC locations are:
JBSA-Lackland Luke East - http://eipublisher2.evogence.com/short_url/?8odkDx12
JBSA-Lackland Valley Hi - http://eipublisher2.evogence.com/short_url/?T9zZgf10

The QR codes for each location are:
JBSA-Lackland Luke East VCC Kiosk QR Code

JBSA-Lackland Valley High VCC Kiosk QR Code

 

Person(s) not in possession of a military ID, Department of Defense civilian or contractor ID, or previously issued active base access pass must enter JBSA-Lackland through the following Visitor Control Centers:

 ***VISITOR REQUEST***

According to JBSA procedures, in order to enter any JBSA location, all sponsors must complete and submit the JBSANANTONIO Form 7, Unescorted Access Request (UAR) to sponsor visitors onto the installation.  

This document is an “all-in-one” request.  Sponsors will submit this document via government email to the Visitor Control Center organization account, “Lackland.VRC@us.af.mil”.  If you are unable to submit through government email, you may request visitor access in person.  Pass requests may be made 6 months depending on the need for access.  The JBSANANTONIO Form 7 may be obtained on the right side of the page under “Additional Resources”.  Foreign Visitors are not authorized base access without prior approval from the Foreign Disclosure Office.

***LARGE EVENTS***

***Active Duty members, retirees and their dependents (18 years or older), and Civil Service employees can sponsor (one day) large events, parties, and/or meetings by completing the following steps***

  1. Submit JBSANANTONIO Form 7 request to 802nd SFS Pass & Registration via government email to 802SFS.S5.Passregistration@us.af.mil or in-person (building 5616, Room 109) at least 10 days prior to the event/pass issuance.  For any questions, contact Pass and Registration at 210-671-0677/0635/0805.

***LONG TERM REQUEST****

***Contractors and vendors (construction crews, custodial services, food vendors, etc).  Active duty members and civil service employees can sponsor contractors and vendors for up to 12 months by completing the following steps***

  1. Submit JBSANANTONIO Form 7 request to 802 SFS Pass & Registration via government email to 802SFS.S5.Passregistration@us.af.mil or in-person (building 5616, Room 109) at least 10 days in advance.  For any questions, contact Pass and Registration at 210-671-0677/0635/0805.
  2. Pass & Registration will submit a response to the Point of Contact email request and provide a tracking number.  This tracking number needs to be provided to the Contractor/Vendor.
Contact Information
VCC Customer Priority
  1. Patients with appointments
  2. Contractors with active contracts
  3. All others
Weapons Policy

Personnel must notify the entry controller that they have a privately owned weapon and where they intend on transporting it. All residents living in government-owned facilities or contracted housing must register privately-owned firearms with the 802nd Security Forces Squadron. Privately-owned firearms requiring registration include any item capable of firing a projectile excluding pellet and airsoft guns.

New arrivals to JBSA-Lackland base housing facilities with privately-owned firearms have 72 hours to register at Pass and Registration, building 5616 or they will be in violation of JBSA-Lackland Instruction 31-101, Installation Security Program, which can result in an Article 92 charge. In addition to registration, privately-owned firearms stored in base housing residences are required to be in a locked storage or the firearm must be equipped with a tamper-resistant mechanical lock or another safety device.

Up to five firearms can be registered on Department of Defense Form 2760 (Qualification to Possess Firearms or Ammunition) and Air Force Form 1314 (Firearms Registration), which must be signed by the Airman's commander. The forms are processed at Pass and Registration, and available at www.e-publishing.af.mil.

Airmen who out process or dispose of registered privately-owned firearms are required to remove those items from the Security Forces Management Information System at Pass and Registration. Removal of privately owned firearms stored at the Security Forces armory by Airmen must be coordinated with armory personnel.

For more information on registering privately-owned firearms in base housing facilities, contact Pass and Registration, building 5616, at 210-671-9162. For more information on storing privately-owned firearms in the Security Forces armory, contact 210-671-2451.