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San Antonio mayor visits JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
July 31, 2020
— San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and members of the City of San Antonio’s city council visited Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston July 29 to learn about the installation's day-to-day missions and the missions of U.S. Army South and U.S. Army North...
Quadrangle caretaker retiring with more than 50 years of service
July 28, 2020
— In 1965, when San Antonio native Adam Quintero was only 19 years old, he volunteered to serve in the Air Force after being passed over in the draft. Little did he know that it would be the start of a federal career that would last half a century...
Photographic perspectives of Cole High School students focus of Fort Sam Houston Museum exhibit
December 27, 2019
— Perspectives on military life, nature and architecture through the camera lens of Cole High School students is the theme of a new exhibit that opened at the Fort Sam Houston Museum Dec. 10...
Army North welcomes new deputy commanding general
July 24, 2019
— Lt. Gen. Laura J. Richardson, U.S. Army North Commanding General, welcomed Maj. Gen. David P. Glaser, the new U.S. Army North Deputy Commanding General-Operations, during a ceremony at the Quadrangle at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston July 23...
Regional Health Command-Central holds change of command ceremony
July 16, 2019
— Regional Health Command-Central held a change of command ceremony at the Quadrangle at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston July 16, with Brig. Gen. Jeffrey J. Johnson passing the reins of command to Brig. Gen. George “Ned” Appenzeller...
Fort Sam Houston Museum planning exhibit improvements for 2019
March 19, 2019
— The Fort Sam Houston Museum is updating and adding new exhibits that will help visitors expand their knowledge on the history of the post and of U.S. military history...
Cole High School student photos focus of Fort Sam Houston Museum exhibit
August 23, 2018
— A gallery of photos taken by Cole High School students and the stories behind those photos is the focus of a new exhibit at the Fort Sam Houston Museum...
Army North welcomes new command sergeant major
June 12, 2018
— U.S. Army North said farewell to Command Sgt. Maj. Ronald E. Orosz during a change of responsibility ceremony June 8 in the Quadrangle at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, welcoming U.S. Army North’s next top senior enlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Alberto Delgado...
Quadrangle at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston a popular destination
May 25, 2018
— The Quadrangle at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, or the “Quad,” as it is commonly known, is an iconic structure rich in history dating back to the end of the Civil War...
Historic tours: Army history in San Antonio transcends Alamo
May 10, 2018
— Present-day San Antonio, also known as “Military City USA,” traces its history back 300 years with the founding of Presido de San Antonio May 5, 1718. To commemorate the bond between city and the military, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston hosted Military Appreciation Weekend May 5-6 as part of the city’s tricentennial celebration. The installation opened to the public for a variety of events and activities, including hourly historic tours of the installation...
Peacocks a tradition at U.S. Army North Quadrangle
January 23, 2018
— No matter the time of day or what event is taking place at the historic location, the piercing squawk from the Fort Sam Houston’s Quadrangle can be heard from over a mile radius and is commonly referred to by visitors as a built-in alarm clock. But, what animal is making all of that commotion? It’s the vibrantly colored peacocks. ...
Rare snowfall blankets JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
December 8, 2017
— A rare snowfall accumulated throughout San Antonio and surrounding areas the evening of Thursday, Dec. 7, leaving an unusual scene or two around Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston...
Museum tells history of Fort Sam Houston, military in San Antonio
March 24, 2017
— Located in the historic Quadrangle at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, the Fort Sam Houston Museum tells the history of the post from its origins to the present day, including the units, organizations and figures that have made the post one of the most important in the U.S. military...
ARNORTH, AMEDDC&S assist American Legion post in flag detail
January 25, 2017
— A detail of Soldiers from the Army Medical Department Center & School and the Army North Caisson Platoon at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston volunteered to raise, lower, and fold the flags for the Floresville American Legion Post 38 at the JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle Clock Tower Jan. 23...
Longtime Army North Quadrangle animal caretaker has unique responsibilities
September 17, 2015
— Being an animal caretaker wasn’t the career path Adam Quintero always had in mind. He recalls as a child not really knowing what he wanted to be, but being grateful for a chance interaction more than 40 years ago...