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Keeping JBSA safe with good preventative maintenance and services
February 2, 2023
Workers move crane into hanger.

JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Child Development Center temporarily relocating operations
August 30, 2021
JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Child Development Center temporarily relocating operations

JBSA Special Weather Statement
December 30, 2020
Joint Base San Antonio Special Weather Alert: A strong cold front moving across the western U.S. will bring a chance of severe thunderstorms late Wednesday night with possible wind gusts of 50 knots and 1 inch hail.

Sessions for facility managers focus on new web-based IT system, work orders
January 25, 2019
Ramiro Rodriguez, 502 Civil Engineer Squadron TRIRIGA customer support technician, informs Joint Base San Antonio Airmen and civilians on the TRIRIGA Work Management system during a class Jan. 25, 2019 at Joint Base San Antonio, Lackland, Texas. The software will centralize and integrate critical facility management processes to manage a distributed workforce, increase the utilization of physical facilities, and configure Civil Engineer operating capability. The system replaces legacy IT systems like the Interim Work Information Management System, or IWIMS, and the Automated Civil Engineer System, or ACES, modules for real property, project, housing and financial management.

502nd Civil Engineer Group earns top Air Force honors
January 10, 2019
Civil Engineers

Joint Base San Antonio activates 502d Civil Engineer Group
October 30, 2018
U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Laura L. Lenderman, 502d Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio commander, presents the 502d Civil Engineer Group guidon to Brenda L.  Roesch as she takes command during an activation ceremony Oct. 25, 2018, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.

Bexar County designated as nonattainment for ozone
August 28, 2018
San Antonio was the last major city in Texas to attain the nonattainment status. Bexar County is being classified as “marginal” on the severity scale, and has two years to reduce air emissions and regain attainment status.Joint Base San Antonio has already been doing their part and has made great strides in combating air pollution.