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'Operation Dustoff Vigilance' joint exercise strengthens survival skills
July 20, 2021
— In a display of multi-service integration, Total Force service members from the Army National Guard, Air Force Reserve and active duty converged on Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis for an exercise dubbed “Operation Dustoff Vigilance” in order to strengthen the personnel recovery-survival, evasion, resistance, and escape skills of Army aircrews and aviation support personnel...
Army budget request targets personnel, readiness, modernization efforts
June 7, 2021
— The Army recently released its $173 billion budget proposal for fiscal year 2022, with a deliberate decision to fund people initiatives, readiness goals, and modernization efforts with a $3.6 billion reduction from last year's enacted budget...
Army to review discharges, status-upgrade procedures for behavioral health conditions
January 13, 2021
— The U.S. Army has agreed to review the discharges of thousands of veterans affected by post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, military sexual trauma or other behavioral health conditions, and to change some of its administrative procedures for individuals who apply to have their discharge statuses upgraded in the future...
74th Aerial Port Squadron supports Operation Nightstorm
December 26, 2020
— Eight Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 74th Aerial Port Squadron at the 433rd Airlift Wing at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland participated in a joint-service training exercise dubbed Operation Nightstorm Dec. 14-15, learning how to sling load cargo onto in-flight helicopters...
Senior Army leaders announce results of Fort Hood review
December 9, 2020
— The results of a command climate and culture review at Fort Hood, Texas, will lead to an Army-wide cultural change to create a safe environment free of sexual harassment and assault, senior leaders announced Dec. 8...
VA joins Army in major DOD research effort to prevent suicides
September 15, 2020
— An ongoing Defense Department-directed epidemiological study recently got a helping hand that could help generate actionable recommendations to reduce military suicides...
SMA to Soldiers: Discussions on discrimination should not be ‘taboo’
September 3, 2020
— Staff Sgt. Coralina Lucas’ first encounter with discrimination came early in her Army career...
Army Greens slated to reach all installations by mid-2021
July 23, 2020
— Recruiters, drill sergeants, and initial entry trainees will be among the first to receive the new Army Green Service Uniform, as program officials look to distribute it to all installations by the middle of next fiscal year. The uniform harkens back to the "greatest generation" of Soldiers who fought during World War II...
Secretary of the Army announces independent review of Fort Hood
July 11, 2020
— Ryan D. McCarthy, Secretary of the Army, met with members of the League of United Latin American Citizens and two members of Congress July 10 to discuss the loss of Spc. Vanessa Guillen and issues raised because of the investigation. ...
COVID-19 sparks changes to Army Combat Fitness Test
June 17, 2020
— The Army Combat Fitness Test will be the force's test of record Oct. 1, but the Army's top enlisted soldier says troops will have more time to train for and pass the six-event test — without fear of it negatively impacting their careers...
U.S. Army aims to hire 10,000 new Soldiers during three-day event
June 3, 2020
— The U.S. Army is kicking off its first nationwide virtual hiring campaign June 30 through July 2 with a goal of recruiting 10,000 new Soldiers to serve in 150 different occupations. Army National Hiring Days is an all-Army effort to inspire individuals across the nation to “Join Us.” ...
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. ...
Soldiers sound off to Army leadership in new survey
May 11, 2020
— The Army launched a new survey that allows Soldiers to voice their concerns directly and anonymously to Army leadership...
Army finalizing plan to resume collective training
May 4, 2020
— The Army aims to soon resume collective training and hold a ceremony for graduating West Point cadets after the success of measures safeguarding new recruits at training centers...
Army veterinarians post FAQ for pet owners to Army Public Health Center COVID-19 website
April 29, 2020
— The Army Public Health Center has updated its COVID-19 website with a number of pet-related COVID-19 frequently asked questions...
DOD ramps up COVID-19 response efforts from coast to coast
April 11, 2020
— The coronavirus pandemic is slowing down a lot of things, but not the Defense Department’s medical apparatus, which is now operating from coast to coast to bring its medical expertise and capacity to bear on the medical crisis around the nation...
Army seeks retired medical Soldiers to support COVID-19 efforts
March 30, 2020
— The U.S. Army is actively seeking retired officers, noncommissioned officers, and other Soldiers in certain medical specialties to assist with COVID-19 pandemic response efforts...
COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall Highlights
March 26, 2020
— Leaders from Joint Base San Antonio hosted a COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall on the JBSA Facebook page March 25. The meeting assembled a panel of knowledgeable officials to answer questions about common concerns from the JBSA community...
COVID-19: Exploit what you can control
March 19, 2020
— "Can't," "don't," "contain" and "restrict" are negative words present everywhere in the news, the media and conversation. The threat of the COVID-19 coronavirus will undoubtedly remain a challenge for everyone for months to come. Significant abrupt restrictions and closures are making many within our communities feel very controlled and unhappy...
Caisson Platoon honors fallen heroes
March 6, 2020
— On the quiet, narrow streets north of Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, residents regularly see processions of family and friends escorting their loved ones on their journey to the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery...