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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
JBSA History & Fact Sheets
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Force Support Squadron (MWR)
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New Army policy better enables victims to report sexual assault
August 11, 2022
— A new policy recently implemented by the Army is designed to help remove possible barriers that may prevent Soldiers from reporting sexual assault. Army Directive 2022-10, Safe-to-Report for Victims of Sexual Assault, provides sexual assault victims with certain protections from disciplinary action for minor collateral misconduct that may be associated with the sexual assault incident...
Army offers opportunities to quality applicants without high school diploma or GED
June 29, 2022
— The U.S. Army Recruiting Command is offering limited eligibility for applicants who do not have a GED or high school diploma to enlist in the Regular Army...
Modernized, interoperable Guard is hedge against peer competitors
June 9, 2022
— Having a modernized, relevant and capable reserve component to augment the nation's active forces is a key part of deterrence, the chief of the National Guard Bureau told a Senate panel...
Pentagon announces deployments to replace forces in Europe
May 16, 2022
— Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III has ordered the deployment of around 10,500 personnel in the coming months to replace previously deployed Army units serving in the European theater of operation...
Fiscal 2023 budget funds military for today, future
March 29, 2022
— President Joe Biden's $773 billion fiscal year 2023 Defense Budget Request funds the department for today's security environment and positions DOD to maintain its competitive advantage in the years ahead, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen H. Hicks said...
U.S. Army offers to pay off student loan debt for new recruits
March 22, 2022
— The U.S. Army offers a special incentive to qualified applicants, guaranteeing up to $65,000 in student loan repayment for previously earned education...
U.S. Army places infantry occupation to the frontlines
March 8, 2022
— The U.S. Army is offering up to $39,000 in signing bonuses for individuals who choose infantry as a career path and head to training within 30 days of enlisting...
Military hospital support to FEMA begins in Massachusetts, expands in Arizona, Maine
February 14, 2022
— At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, about 90 military medical personnel are continuing to deploy in six teams to three states to support civilian health care workers treating COVID-19 patients. ...
Military personnel chiefs discuss people issues before House panel
February 9, 2022
— The U.S. military's No. 1 priority remains its people: service members, civilians, families and veterans, service personnel chiefs told a House panel Feb. 8...
Army expands short-term enlistment options
February 8, 2022
— The U.S. Army has expanded its two-year enlistment options, making it easier for individuals who may not be comfortable making a four- or six-year commitment...
Nation observes 80th anniversary of attack on Pearl Harbor
December 7, 2021
— Among the lessons to be taken from the U.S. response to the attack on Pearl Harbor is the importance of operating as part of the joint force, and of striking a balance between training and readiness, a former Army Pacific command historian said...
59 MDW: Art, medicine merge in patient care
November 30, 2021
— In January 2021, Army Sgt.1st Class Randolph Adams was on leave in Chicago, Illinois before departing for his next duty assignment. The next chapter of Adams’ career was set to take place at the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Germany, and this visit to Chicago was a chance to reconnect with family before relocating more than 4,000 miles away...
Domestic violence prevention, PCS support discussed during Army senior leader town hall
October 22, 2021
— In an effort to prioritize people and better address the concerns of Army families, senior leaders answered questions about health care, moves and domestic violence during a town hall Oct. 12...
First African American Joint Chiefs Chairman also was the youngest
October 18, 2021
— Retired Army Gen. Colin L. Powell, who was an ROTC cadet, rose to become the first Black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the youngest, and later served as secretary of state, died today at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, in Bethesda, Maryland...
'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...