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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
Freedom of Information Act
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Small Business Program
Retiree Activities Office
JBSA History & Fact Sheets
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JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Visitor Info
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802d Military Personnel Flight
Fort Sam MPS
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Military Family Support
Military & Family Readiness
Force Support Squadron (MWR)
Vogel Resiliency Center
New Parent Support Program
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Special Victims Counsel
JBSA Army Substance Abuse Program
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The Things We Carry
R2 Performance Center
Bird/Wildlife Strike Hazard Information
Security & Threat Awareness
Drone Use on JBSA
Survivor Outreach Services
One couple’s extraordinary journey to becoming Airmen
November 9, 2022
— A thirty-something couple with college degrees and a pet enlisted in the Air Force to pursue a dream...
Chapel dog helps connect, comfort people
October 20, 2021
— Maverick possesses a charisma most people would be envious of, and it is easy to imagine him as the center of attention in most social situations. Maverick is a Siberian Husky who functions as the chapel dog for the 502nd Air Base Wing Chaplain Corps and is owned and handled by Tech. Sgt. Karen Pasay-an, the non-commissioned officer in charge of installation ministries at Joint Base San Antonio. ...
Fourth graders go behind the 'virtual' scenes at K-9 training
May 21, 2020
— The 341st Training Squadron conducts all military working dog initial training, as well as all MWD handlers' courses, for the Department of Defense at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. This elite team was able to share what they do with a class of fourth-grade students from Buda Elementary School during a virtual canine demonstration May 18. ...
Therapy animals help Airmen cope with holiday stressors
December 13, 2019
— Many Airmen are not able to travel home for the holidays making it a stressful time, and Animals for Airmen can provide a relaxing, quiet environment for them to visit with therapy animals...
K-9 fixer upper: 340th FTG volunteers spruce up dogs’ digs
August 23, 2019
— It was a K-9 fixer upper opportunity that led two 340th Flying Training Group members who don’t have pets to spend a recent afternoon helping dogs who don’t have families...
Retired MWDs looking for family, homes, couches
July 26, 2019
— Thousands of Military Working Dogs are stationed around the world placing themselves in harm’s way detecting bombs, land mines and subduing threatening people; all in the name of keeping Americans safe. Eventually, these canines retire and some can be adopted by the public to live as a couch potato...
San Antonio Rampage Honor Four-Legged Hero
March 26, 2018
— The San Antonio Rampage hockey team honored Military Working Dog Sonja and her former handler Master Sgt. Casey Ouellette, Department of Defense MWD School Flight Chief, at the Rampage’s Pucks and Paws game March 24 at the AT&T Center...
Military working dogs continue to serve and sacrifice
March 13, 2018
— March 13 marks National K9 Veterans Day, a day to honor and commemorate the service and sacrifices of American military and working dogs throughout history...
MWD hospital keeps canine warriors fit for duty
February 11, 2018
— The Lt. Col. Daniel E. Holland Memorial Military Working Dog Hospital at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland provides specialty care for animals from more than 200 places around the world where military working dogs serve, while also supporting the Air Force’s 341st Training Squadron...