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The status of Air Force installation and mission support programs is now just a click away, thanks to the new Installation Health Assessment tool’s cloud analytics capability. The IHA tool can help assess the overall health of various installation and mission support program areas across major commands. This displays performance, funding and risk with trendlines and base reports. Areas indicated in gray are still under development.
Airman 1st Class Tobias Titus, an aerospace Medical technician in training at the 59th Medical Wing at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, was recognized by Maj. Gen. John J. DeGoes, 59th MDW commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Chuck Frizzell, 59th MDW command chief, after performed lifesaving intervention on a choking toddler at a local restaurant March 30.
With Memorial Day weekend just around the corner, members of the Joint Base San Antonio community will soon have a summer’s worth of opportunities to beat the heat at the installation’s swimming pools.
Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph’s Rambler Fitness Center has scheduled a class to help set up budding and experienced runners for success in the Air Force Marathon on Sept. 21 and future events.The Kickoff Marathon Training Seminar is set for noon May 22 at the fitness center, building 999.
Hear Link is a spouse orientation program designed to strengthen military families and enhance mission readiness will be offered twice this month at Joint Base San Antonio.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, or NFPA, three out five households owns a gas grill, which translates to a lot of tasty meals. But it also means there’s an increased risk of home fires.
The 59th Medical Wing is again bringing the Joint Base San Antonio community together for a morning of fun and fitness.
The annual 59th MDW Health Rally – which features a 5K run/walk for children and adults, a competitive 9K event and a health fair – is set for 9 a.m. May 4 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph’s Airmen’s Heritage Park.
When military spouses are able to maintain meaningful employment despite frequent relocations, especially following the return to civilian life as their Service member's military career ends, Williams said they are able to provide family financial stability which is critical to their short- and long-term health and well-being.
The JBSA-Randolph Volunteer Appreciation event is an opportunity to recognize volunteers for their service and dedication to the military community.
Civil engineers are currently responding to a power outage at JBSA-Lackland. Affected facilities include the AAFES Main Exchange, Commissary, Youth Center, golf course, and satellite pharmacy. Due to the outage, these facilities will not be opening at their normally scheduled times. 

Gate hours remain unchanged and updates will be provided as soon as more information becomes available.
Variety of healthy foods, portion control key to nutritious eating
The legacy of aviation pioneer Army Maj. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois will be remembered with a wreath-laying ceremony at the Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Flagpole at 11 a.m. March 1, just a few hundred feet from where the man who helped usher in the dawn of military flight made his historic journey 109 years ago.
The Children’s Dental Health Month activities will begin with the annual Give Kids a Smile Day from 7:30 a.m. to noon Feb. 8 at the clinic, 221 Third St. West, building 1040.
	The event raises awareness about the importance of oral health and allows dentists and technicians to provide free oral health education, screenings and treatment to underserved children. Appointments may be made by calling the clinic at 210-652-1846, but slots are now only available for children 6 months to 3 years old.
An instructor pilot and student from the 559th FTS taxi a T6 Texan II aircraft toward the runway at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas August 19, 2009. (Photo by Joel Martinez)
Throughout Joint Base San Antonio, installation entry control points, otherwise known as the base gates, will undergo multiple construction projects beginning in January. The first phase, focusing on three gates, will enhance force protection capabilities and make JBSA a safer community to work and live.
Recently HAF/JA has become aware of a phishing attempt targeting Air Force members using a falsified email notification from the JAG Corps. The subject line of the e-mail is "***HOT*** Jury Summons Notification." Please DO NOT OPEN OR RESPOND to the e-mail or follow the web link, & follow your unit's cyber security procedures if you receive this phishing attempt. Please contact your respective JA office with any questions.
Feedback Fridays is a weekly forum that aims to connect the 502d Air Base Wing with members of the Joint Base San Antonio community. Questions are collected during commander’s calls, town hall meetings and throughout the week. If you have a question or concern, please send an email to RandolphPublicAffairs@us.af.mil using the subject line “Feedback Fridays.” Questions will be further researched and published as information becomes available.
Throughout Joint Base San Antonio, installation entry control points, otherwise known as the base gates, will undergo multiple construction projects starting January 2018. These necessary construction projects will enhance force protection capability across JBSA, and when complete, will enhance the safety and security of the workforce, family and visitors.
Feedback Fridays is a weekly forum that aims to connect the 502d Air Base Wing with members of the Joint Base San Antonio community. Questions are collected during commander’s calls, town hall meetings and throughout the week. If you have a question or concern, please send an email to RandolphPublicAffairs@us.af.mil using the subject line “Feedback Fridays.” Questions will be further researched and published as information becomes available. (Photo by Courtesy graphic)
Hearts Apart is a program provided by the M&FRC for service members and their families to stay connected and access resources to help them navigate the challenges of deployment. At the core of the program are monthly events for spouses, allowing them the opportunity to network with other deployed families and ask questions of M&FRC specialists.