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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
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JBSA operations, services resume normal operations for all services Feb. 2
February 1, 2023
— Joint Base San Antonio operations and services will resume normal operations for all services Feb. 2, 2023. JBSA leadership will continue to monitor weather conditions and provide updates, as necessary. While most area roads will be safe, certain areas may still see hazardous conditions, in particular areas north of Loop 1604, including JBSA-Camp Bullis...
UPDATE ON JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO SERVICES
January 31, 2023
— Due to potentially hazardous roadways, degrading weather conditions, and school closure announcements JBSA is limiting installation service operations Jan. 31, 2023...
Royal Saudi Air Force officers receive electronic warfare training certificates
January 20, 2023
— Thirteen Royal Saudi Air Force officers received certificates from the Georgia Institute of Technology for completing Basic and Introductory Electronic Warfare training Jan. 12 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph...
Enhanced Geothermal Systems pilot may provide infinite energy source for JBSA
January 9, 2023
— Enhanced Geothermal Systems, or EGS, are promising technologies which, by tapping into heat stranded in rocks below the Earth’s surface, may enable reliable electric power production across the nation. Overall, EGS technologies are in the early demonstration project phase, but that may change once they are tested through a new Department of Defense pilot program for which Joint Base San Antonio and Mountain Home Air Force Base have been selected...
502nd Civil Engineer Squadron keeps JBSA going in all weather conditions
January 9, 2023
— The members of the 502nd Civil Engineer Squadron are always on call to repair and maintain the infrastructure of Joint Base San Antonio in all weather conditions...
JBSA legal offices available to assist families with special education needs
December 7, 2022
— Joint Base San Antonio legal offices are now ready to assist with special education law matters, ensuring military families, as well as retirees, understand their children’s right to a free and appropriate public education...
Driggers serves as BMT graduation reviewing official for first time as JBSA, 502nd ABW commander
November 25, 2022
— Brig. Gen. Russell D. Driggers served as reviewing official for basic military training graduation parade for the first time as commander of Joint Base San Antonio and 502nd Air Base Wing, at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, Nov. 23, 2022...
SecAF takes closer look at JBSA missions
November 8, 2022
— Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall visited Joint Base San Antonio Nov. 4-5 to meet with leaders across Air Education and Training Command, Air Force Personnel Center, Air Force Installation Management Support Command and Sixteenth Air Force...
Cybersecurity Awareness Month: 502nd Communications Squadron serves JBSA
October 25, 2022
— The 502nd Communications Squadron provides cybersecurity support and training across Joint Base San Antonio serving over 266 mission partners. Cybersecurity safeguards networks and electronic devices from theft of, or damage to hardware, software or electronic data...
JBSA, AACOG recognized for vital partnerships
October 14, 2022
— Joint Base San Antonio and the Alamo Area Council of Governments were recently recognized for their long-standing partnerships with two distinct honors...
JBSA celebrates sixth annual Texas American Indian Heritage Day
October 4, 2022
— The Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph American Indian Heritage Committee hosted the sixth annual American Indian Dance Exhibition for base attendees and local civic leaders in honor of Texas American Indian Heritage Day Sept. 29, 2022...
JBSA team takes time out to focus on suicide prevention awareness
October 3, 2022
— During Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Joint Base San Antonio brought light to the subject by hosting numerous events to build awareness and emphasis the resources available to those in need...
JBSA recognized for school partnerships
September 20, 2022
— The Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award is given to select organizations annually in recognition of successful partnerships and projects that benefit military-connected children. This year, Joint Base San Antonio and the 502nd Security Forces Squadron received the honor in the category of community outreach for their support of Fort Sam Houston Elementary School...
E-3 Sentry AWACS takes flight over JBSA-Kelly Field Annex
September 14, 2022
— A U.S. Air Force E-3 Sentry, assigned to the 552nd Air Control Wing, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, and its crew used Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field Annex to fly to the Roar by the Shore air and space expo in South Padre Island, Texas...
Special Warfare Training Wing strengthens inclusion
September 14, 2022
— Modified facilities were built at the Special Warfare Training Wing at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland to ensure appropriate levels of privacy for mixed-sex cohorts of trainees at the Special Warfare Candidate Course, the course of initial entry for those who want to become Air Force Special Warfare Airmen...
Blood drive scheduled to support Blood Cancer Awareness Month
September 8, 2022
— This month, you can support those with blood cancers by participating in a blood drive coordinated by the Joint Base San Antonio Exceptional Family Member Program...
JBSA leaders encourage Tough Conversations to find solutions
August 26, 2022
— Joint Base San Antonio’s commander and command chief picked up their monthly Tough Conversations open discussions about important topics, after a break due to the change of command. This session, held Aug. 16, focused on suicide prevention and awareness...
Stage 3 water restrictions implemented across JBSA
August 23, 2022
— Due to recent rains, all Joint Base San Antonio installations have returned to Stage 3 water restrictions. While residing in the Alamo Region, it is important to understand how restrictions may vary depending on where you live...
FSS members showcase resiliency resources available to JBSA members, families
July 13, 2022
— Military life can sometimes be tough on service members, civilians, and their families, but a multitude of personnel at Joint Base San Antonio are ready and willing to help members navigate life while serving their country in the Alamo Region...
Passenger Travel Office encourages patience, offers tips during travel surge
July 5, 2022
— For those currently traveling or about to travel due to a Permanent Change of Station or Temporary Duty assignment, unexpected surges in travel, changes in airline schedules, airline cancellations, and staffing shortages are challenges currently being faced within the travel industry. Due to these challenges, military travel management companies, or TMCs, are being impacted daily, with an increased demand for assistance. ...