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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
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JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Visitor Info
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802d Military Personnel Flight
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Vogel Resiliency Center
New Parent Support Program
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JBSA Army Substance Abuse Program
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R2 Performance Center
Bird/Wildlife Strike Hazard Information
Security & Threat Awareness
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JBSA RideShare Program
JBSA-Lackland Fisher House
'Be Ready' for severe weather season
May 31, 2023
— Although some natural disasters can strike at any time, people in many areas need to be particularly aware of severe weather season which brings an increased risk of tornadoes, wildfires, thunderstorms with heavy rain, flooding and damaging winds...
WEATHER WARNING: Possible storms, hail, high winds Thursday evening, Friday morning
March 16, 2023
— In preparation for upcoming severe weather, the 502nd Air Base Wing Commander asks that people prepare their facilities and areas...
SEVERE WEATHER NOTIFICATION: Joint Base San Antonio limiting installation service operations on Jan. 31, 2023
January 31, 2023
— Due to potentially hazardous roadways, degrading weather conditions, and school closure announcements, Joint Base San Antonio is limiting installation service operations on Jan. 31, 2023. ...
Be ready for severe weather season
March 25, 2022
— Although some natural disasters can strike at any time, people in many areas need to be particularly aware of severe weather season which brings an increased risk of tornadoes, wildfires, thunderstorms with heavy rain, flooding, and damaging winds...
JBSA suggests protecting pipes, storing water during freezing weather
February 1, 2022
— As winter weather and low temperatures come into the Alamo Region, adequately preparing is important...
JBSA-Randolph residents ensure commissary opens during winter storm
March 5, 2021
— Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph residents volunteered to stock and replenish food items at the base commissary after winter storms caused record low temperatures, interrupted services and increased demand for grocery items, Feb. 17, 18, and 22, 2021...
JBSA’s civil engineers power through, continue repairs after brutal storms
February 26, 2021
— During the historic artic blast last week at Joint Base San Antonio, civil engineers at the Department of Defense’s largest joint base fielded more than 1,200 calls. From those calls, 1,125 emergency work tasks were created...
JBSA continues to recover from extreme winter weather in Texas
February 22, 2021
— As President’s Day approached, so did severe winter weather at Joint Base San Antonio Feb. 14. Winter storm warnings were issued as northerly winds at 10 to 20 knots and bitter cold fell upon the region, leading to extensive power and water outages, slick roads and burst pipes...
February 20, 2021
— With the end of the severe weather threat, JBSA returned to normal HPCON Charlie posture Feb. 20. As a reminder, there will be 100 percent DOD and Uniformed Services identification check for the driver and all members in the vehicle, aged 17 and over. Reduced installation access and vetting procedures will be the same as previous HPCON C procedures...
UPDATED: JBSA extends closure for non-emergency personnel
February 17, 2021
— Due to the severe weather and adverse road conditions, Joint Base San Antonio will remain closed to non-emergency personnel Feb. 18, 2021. ...
UPDATE: JBSA extends closure for non-emergency personnel
February 16, 2021
— Due to the severe weather and adverse road conditions in and around Joint Base San Antonio, the installation commander has extended JBSA closure for non-emergency personnel on Feb. 17, 2021...
JBSA closed for non-emergency personnel Feb. 16
February 15, 2021
— Due to the severe weather and adverse road conditions in and around Joint Base San Antonio, the installation commander will close JBSA for non-emergency personnel on Feb. 16, 2021...
JBSA closed for non-emergency personnel Feb. 15
February 14, 2021
— Due to the severe weather and adverse road conditions in and around Joint Base San Antonio, the installation commander will close JBSA to non-emergency personnel on Feb. 15, 2021...
JBSA Special Weather Statement
December 30, 2020
— A strong cold front moving across the western United States will bring a chance of severe thunderstorms late tonight with possible wind gusts of 50 knots and 1 inch hail. Heavy rain is also expected for the Joint Base San Antonio area, with most areas receiving 1 to 1.5 inches and localized areas receiving 3 to 5 inches of rain...
JBSA conducts severe weather, natural disaster response exercise
January 8, 2019
— A severe weather and natural disaster response exercise will be held throughout Joint Base San Antonio from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 27, according to the 502nd Air Base Wing’s Inspector General’s office...