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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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B-21 bomber to be unveiled first week in December
September 23, 2022
— The Air Force confirmed plans to reveal the B-21 Raider, a long-range, highly survivable, penetrating strike stealth bomber that will incrementally replace the B-1 and B-2 bombers...
Modernization of armed forces a collaborative effort, official says
September 12, 2022
— The Defense Department, in collaboration with academia, industry, allies and partners, is developing cutting-edge technology to ensure the warfighter has the upper edge on the battlefield. ...
Deputy Defense Secretary: DOD must field capabilities faster
September 1, 2022
— In the face of the pacing challenge from China and threats from Russia, Iran, North Korea and extremist groups, DOD must transition from experimentation and prototyping to fielding capabilities much more quickly, the deputy defense secretary said...
CHIPS Act advances DOD's emphasis on microelectronics
August 11, 2022
— The CHIPS Act provides both investment and incentive funding to build semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and to advance research and development activities at both the national and regional levels...
DOD preparing for climate change impacts
June 16, 2022
— Climate change is dramatically increasing the demand for military operations and impacting our readiness and our ability to meet those demands, the Defense Department's chief sustainability officer and senior advisor for climate said...
Innovation continues with Det. 24’s change of command
June 14, 2022
— Lt. Col. Steve “Tiger” Briones took command of Detachment 24 from Lt. Col. Ryan “Motor” Riley during a change of command ceremony at the Kendrick Club at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph June 10. Maj. Gen. Craig Wills, Nineteenth Air Force commander, presided over the ceremony and talked about the ground breaking progress within pilot training because of Det. 24. ...
Leadership key to moving Defense Department toward data-driven future
June 13, 2022
— Getting after what motivates people — the incentives — is how the department will further its data and AI goals, said Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks...
DOD: It's not just state actors who pose cyber threat to U.S.
May 23, 2022
— It's not just hackers operating at the behest of adversarial nation-states who pose a threat to U.S. cyber infrastructure — it's also cybercriminals who are just in it for the money, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy said...
DOD must take action to keep tech edge
May 16, 2022
— As America's strategic competitors advance their technological advantage, the U.S. must take action to avoid losing its edge, the undersecretary of defense for research and engineering said recently...
AI-powered app aims to discover talent in Guard, Reserve
May 12, 2022
— Members of the Reserve and National Guard are highly skilled across a variety of private-sector industries and have the potential to make substantial contributions to Defense Department missions, a DOD official said. ...
DOD reignites cancer research initiative to 'end cancer as we know it today'
May 5, 2022
— Defense Department health officials will discuss cancer research efforts with the aim of reducing cancer prevalence and cancer-related deaths across the Military Health System. ...
Innovation, technology, gaming collide May 24-29 at FORCECON 2022
April 28, 2022
— Airmen and Guardians from across the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force are invited to take part in FORCECON 2022: Innovation – Technology – Gaming, an interactive industry and academia collider event and gaming competition being held at the Tech Port Center and Arena in San Antonio, Texas, May 24-29, 2022...
DOD aims to close gap in bringing U.S. tech innovation to market
April 20, 2022
— With the U.S. currently responsible for only about 12% of global microelectronics production, the Defense Department-led "microelectronics commons" aims to close the gaps that prevent the best ideas in technology from reaching the market...
DOD publishes new software modernization strategy
March 30, 2022
— Delivering a more lethal force requires the ability to evolve faster and be more adaptable than adversaries, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks said...
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...
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...
Artificial intelligence, autonomy will play crucial role in warfare, general says
February 9, 2022
— The use of autonomy and artificial intelligence will play an increasingly vital role in military operations in such places as the Middle East, where U.S. forces no longer have a sizeable military presence, an Army general said...
DOD officials say service members, families pay price of continuing resolutions
January 13, 2022
— Service members and their families will suffer if Congress passes a full-year continuing resolution for fiscal 2022, Defense Department officials told the House Appropriations defense subcommittee Jan. 12...
Leaders discuss DOD's cyber strategy to protect America, partners
December 7, 2021
— Recent cyberattacks, combined with Russia and China's influence and meddling with operations, indicate the United States has to compete in cyberspace and not be passive, a defense department official said...
Electromagnetic spectrum superiority vital to security, according to DOD chief information officer
December 2, 2021
— For decades, the United States has had electromagnetic spectrum superiority over adversaries in all domains. But that superiority can no longer be taken for granted, according to a Defense Department official...