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JBSA named one of six Air Task Force locations in support of USAF Units of Action
May 16, 2024
The Department of the Air Force identified six locations May 15, 2024, to host experimental Air Task Forces that will test new methods to generate more efficient, integrated deployable Units of Action. 

As part of a pilot program, the following installations are expected to receive an ATF command echelon this summer, pending the successful completion of the National Environmental Policy Act process. This is a step toward forming the new Air Force combat wings as Units of Action.

502nd ABW Honorary Commanders tour 59th TSS at JBSA-Camp Bullis
May 15, 2024
Honorary Commanders for the 502nd Air Base Wing and servicemembers from the 59th Training Support Squadron pose in front of a C-130 transport aircraft.

JBSA celebrates Army birthday with Operation Hooah
May 15, 2024

'Mission: Breakfast' feeds thousands at JBSA-Lackland
May 7, 2024
Military members in line for food

JBSA recognizes exceptional volunteers
May 3, 2024
Family receiving award.

Construction begins on new child care facility at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
April 19, 2024
People with shovels at groundbreaking.

JBSA’s outstanding military youth recognized
April 19, 2024
Three young ladies receiving recognition.

JBSA salutes military children in April, year-round
April 16, 2024
Man in military uniform signing poster with three students looking on

Make the most out of your visit to The Great Texas Airshow
April 7, 2024
A-10 Thunderbolt II

The Great Texas Airshow launches at JBSA-Randolph
April 6, 2024
The U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron "Thunderbirds"

EFMP members learn, grow at equestrian experience
March 22, 2024
Girl with crutches leading horse.

Military Working Dogs getting new home on JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
March 19, 2024
People with shovels at a construction site, and a dog.

Unique AFCEC projects help installations stay mission ready
March 13, 2024
The shoreline adjacent to Keesler Air Force Base is a part of the National Coast Resilience Fund project to construct a 2.5 mile living shoreline on the Biloxi Back Bay, Dec. 7, 2022. A living shoreline is a protected and stabilized shoreline made of natural materials such as plants, sand or rock. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kimberly L. Mueller)

The Great Texas Airshow returns to JBSA-Randolph April 6-7
February 2, 2024
fighter jets swooping in from the right

FirstNet bringing additional communication capabilities to JBSA
January 31, 2024
Man with cellular data speed meter.

JBSA boosts resiliency through cooking
January 17, 2024
Women preparing food.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers builds foundation for future Air Force warfighters
December 27, 2023

Transition Assistance job fair coming Dec. 14
December 7, 2023

Tornado aftermath: Repairing the damage
December 7, 2023
Men picking up downed branches

JBSA members come together to share, learn at community Shabbat
December 6, 2023
People putting food on their plates in a line.