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Name, rank, service and badges will be more identifiable on OCP
July 24, 2020
— OCP rank insignia, badges, name, and service tapes will now feature a lighter, three-color background pattern, versus the current seven-color pattern, to increase readability and ease rank recognition...
Honor guard service opens Airman's eyes
March 10, 2020
— Airman 1st Class Gage Schneck said serving in the Joint Base San Antonio Honor Guard has been the most rewarding and challenging job of his career so far...
Fallen Security Forces Airmen honored at 12th Annual Defender Ruck
November 12, 2019
— More than 1,100 Security Forces Airmen gathered for the 12th Annual Defender Ruck, hosted by the 343rd Training Squadron, in honor of all 186 Defender Airmen who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of freedom, Nov. 8 at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis...
Ollie Crawford: AF advocate laid to rest at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery (Video)
August 5, 2019
— Oliver "Ollie" Crawford, lifelong pilot and advocate for the U.S. Air Force was laid to rest with full military honors at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, August 5th. Crawford died July 21st in San Antonio, Texas, two days after turning 94 years old...
Resilience: One Airman’s story of faith, service
April 17, 2017
— Senior Master Sgt. Jon Rousseaux was like many children who grew up in a military family. The self-described man of faith and service followed his father, a retired chief, into the Air Force -- and after 19 years, he is still at it. In fact, he just re-enlisted for four more years. Rousseaux’s years of service have strengthened his faith and resiliency, helping him through the most difficult time of his life. ...