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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
JBSA History & Fact Sheets
Gate Hours & Visitor Information
JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Visitor Info
JBSA-Randolph Visitor Info
JBSA-Lackland Visitor Info
JBSA Mold Remediation
Freedom of Information Act
Multimedia & Public Affairs
Qualified Recycling Program
Fire Emergency Services
Fraud Waste and Abuse
JBSA Makes Cent$
JBSA Ride Share
802d Military Personnel Flight
Fort Sam MPS
Mental and Behavioral Health Services
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
JBSA Army Wellness Center Services
The Things We Carry
R2 Performance Center
Retiree Activities Office
Bird/Wildlife Strike Hazard Information
Security & Threat Awareness
Drone Use on JBSA
Small Business Program
Survivor Outreach Services
Lt. Gen. Laura J. Richardson: U.S. must remain 'Partner of Choice' in Western Hemisphere
August 3, 2021
— Lt. Gen. Laura J. Richardson, the nominee for the commander post at U.S. Southern Command, told Congress she would build upon her predecessor's efforts and work diligently with U.S. partners to ensure Southcom fully accounts for the defense challenges and opportunities in Central and South America and the Caribbean. ...
JBSA implements HPCON BRAVO PLUS, updates mask mandate
July 29, 2021
— JBSA officials have announced the implementation of Health Protection Condition BRAVO PLUS measures beginning July 30, 2021, and updated the installation mask wear policy. According to JBSA Guidance Memo No. 57, effective immediately, individuals are required to wear masks when indoors on federal installations regardless of vaccination status...
METC reopens graduations to guests
July 28, 2021
— For the first time since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Medical Education and Training Campus is re-opening graduations and class closings to limited guests, beginning with the Air Force Aerospace Medical Service Apprentice program graduation Aug. 3...
Active duty service members needed for COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness study
July 21, 2021
— A team of researchers is conducting an observational study involving active duty service members who have received COVID-19 vaccines. The Vaccine Effectiveness and Immune Response of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccines in Active Military Personnel study aims to help the Defense Department better understand how well COVID-19 vaccines protect service members...
Army Reserve couple supports COVID-19 federal response
July 19, 2021
— Soldiers from the 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command mobilized in March 2020 to provide logistical support to military medical service providers and aid in the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic...
Don’t stop short: Completing vaccinations vital to slowing COVID-19
July 15, 2021
— Bexar County, Texas, boasts a growing population of over one and a half million residents age 12 and up, and over 1,241,000 of those residents have been vaccinated with at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Surprisingly though, only 1,028,077 residents, or 61.9%, are fully vaccinated, according to San Antonio’s Metropolitan Health District as of July 13...
Army offers helpful PCS resources as COVID-19 creates household goods shipment delays
July 14, 2021
— The COVID-19 pandemic has put strains on many aspects of normality around the world, and the large numbers of service members completing a permanent-change-of-station, or PCS, move this summer are seeing delays in household goods shipments due to private-sector shortages in labor, equipment and supplies...
New COVID-19 Delta Variant: What you need to know to stay safe
June 29, 2021
— A new and increasingly dangerous variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus is rapidly sweeping across the globe. This new variant appears to spread faster, cause more severe disease and is more likely to result in hospitalization. Also, younger people appear to be more susceptible to the new strain, known as the Delta variant, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
National Guard Chief details contributions over past year
June 25, 2021
— National Guardsmen more than demonstrated their value to America during 2020, and the need for their service has never been greater, said Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson, chief of the National Guard Bureau...
ARNORTH ends COVID-19 vaccination mission, leaders look back on effort
June 24, 2021
— With more than 5 million vaccinations administered, the Army has concluded its COVID-19 support mission, which found Soldiers helping others and building trust within some of the nation’s hardest-hit communities, Army leaders recently said...
MICC focuses on safety, health measures for return to office
June 24, 2021
— Mission and Installation Contracting Command leaders at all levels can make a difference by becoming involved and fostering a positive safety and occupational health culture, enabling MICC Soldiers and civilians to effectively manage their personal risk as the MICC workforce begins returning to the office after working for more than a year under COVID-19 protocols...
Building COVID-19 Vaccine Trust: Myths vs. Facts
June 14, 2021
— As of today, more than 140 million people in the U.S. have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. New vaccinations are happening every day, and it’s a sign of how far we’ve come since the start of the pandemic. Still, there are those who’ve decided to hold off on getting the COVID-19 vaccine until they learn more about it...
BMT graduation ceremonies opening for guests July 22
June 4, 2021
— A limited number of family and friends will once again be able to watch their loved ones graduate from Air Force Basic Military Training here beginning with the ceremony scheduled for July 22...
DOD budget request boosts research, nuclear modernization, includes 2.7% pay raise
May 28, 2021
— The fiscal year 2022 Defense Department budget request includes the largest-ever research, development, test and evaluation request — $112 billion, which is a 5.1% increase over fiscal 2021...
BAMC military health experts encourage COVID-19 vaccines for teens
May 27, 2021
— With the recent authorization of the Pfizer vaccine for youth ages 12 to 15, Air Force Col. Heather Yun, Brooke Army Medical Center’s Deputy Commander of Medical Services, is now encouraging other parents to consider the vaccine for their adolescents as well...
TRICARE beneficiaries ages 12 and older now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine
May 26, 2021
— On May 10, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration expanded its emergency use authorization for the Pfizer-BioNTech (Pfizer) COVID-19 vaccine. This means children ages 12-15 are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination...
DOD seeing encouraging COVID-19 vaccination rates
May 21, 2021
— As of May 20, the Defense Department has administered over 3.3 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to eligible DOD personnel, with 58% of active duty members having had at least one dose and 44% fully vaccinated, DOD health leaders said...
433rd Airlift Wing C-5M Super Galaxy delivers aid to COVID-19 stricken India
May 18, 2021
— A contingent of 17 Air Force Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 433rd Airlift Wing, located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, delivered 48,000 pounds of critical supplies from the Defense Logistics Agency to Indian government officials in New Delhi, India, on May 3, 2021. ...
Joint Base San Antonio transitions to HPCON Bravo
May 14, 2021
— In order to better balance expanding installation access and services while continuing to emphasize public health precautions, Joint Base San Antonio has transitioned to Health Protection Condition Bravo, or HPCON B, on May 14...
Nurse and Tech Week: Battle-tested and ready
May 6, 2021
— This time last year, as the world was trying to wrap its head around an unknown and unforgiving new enemy, Air Force nurses and medical technicians found themselves on the front lines of COVID-19...