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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO
In 2005, the Department of Defense received Congressional authorization for a Base Realignment and Closure Round. Under the BRAC Joint Basing Recommendation for San Antonio, installation support functions at the Army's Fort Sam Houston were combined with those at Randolph and Lackland Air Force Bases under a single organization to form what is the largest joint base in the DOD.
The Air Force is the lead agency for Joint Base San Antonio, comprising three primary locations at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, JBSA-Lackland and JBSA-Randolph plus 8 other operating locations and more than 200 mission partners.
The Air Force established the 502nd Air Base Wing to provide installation support across all JBSA locations and its Air Force commander also serves as the JBSA commander.
There are 49 installation support functions to include security forces, civil engineering, manpower, personnel, services, morale/welfare/recreation, comptroller, communications, legal, equal opportunity, public affairs, chapel, logistics, contracting, plans and programs and safety.
JBSA services more DOD students than any other installation, more active runways than any other installation, houses the DOD's largest hospital and only level one trauma center, supports more than 250,000 personnel, including 425 retired general officers, and interfaces with 1,000 civic leaders of San Antonio, 20 smaller communities, four counties and four Congressional Districts. Its total plant replacement value is about 10.3 billion with an annual budget of $800 million. Despite its uniqueness in setup, the 80,000 members who belong to JBSA are making a difference, not only in San Antonio, but for the nation...accomplishing diverse training, flying, medical, cyber, intelligence and installation missions every day.
At the three major JBSA locations, members
· Use 137 MW of power daily.
· Maintain 357 miles of roadways daily.
· Maintain 75 miles of copper and fiber optic cable daily.
· Manage an annual payroll of more than $1.3 billion.
· Award $135 million in contracts to small businesses annually.
· Served 980,000 meals in dining facilities monthly.
· Transported about 2 million passengers more than 1.3 million miles in 2011.
· Drafted 4,600 wills and notarized 23,000 documents in 2011.
For more detailed historical information about each base, click HERE
502nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs
2080 Wilson Road
JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234-5004