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Joint Base San Antonio
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Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month: Airman 1st Class Sophia Rodriguez
October 11, 2022
— Meet Airman 1st Class Sophia Rodriguez, commander support staff technician at Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center headquarters at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. Rodriguez shares her experience serving in the military and what Hispanic Heritage Month means to her. ...
Hispanic Heritage Month: Dennis Guadarrama
September 27, 2022
— It’s Hispanic Heritage Month! In 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed the commemoration into law to recognize the significant contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture and achievements of the United States and the Air Force...
Unidos: Inclusivity for a stronger military
September 21, 2022
— The U.S. Army is composed of various groups; among these is the Hispanic American population, which comprises 16.4% of active duty Army Soldiers, according to the Department of Defense 2020 Demographics Report of the Military...
Hispanic Heritage Month: A time to pay tribute
October 15, 2020
— Two Hispanic Americans and San Antonio natives, Chief Master Sgt. Joe Gonzalez, 433rd Mission Support Group superintendent, and Tech. Sgt. Christine R. Narro, a 433rd Aerospace Medicine Squadron optometry technician, are both enlisted Reserve Citizen Airmen assigned to the 433rd Airlift Wing at Joint Base San Antonio–Lackland. ...
Hispanic Heritage Month: IAAFA Airman shares heritage, encourages cultural cooperation
September 18, 2020
— Tech. Sgt. Alejandra Avila will celebrate her ninth year in the Air Force Sept. 27, right in the middle of Hispanic Heritage Month...
'Damn the Torpedoes – Full Speed Ahead': The Navy’s first Admiral was a Hispanic Hero
September 15, 2020
— David Glasgow Farragut was the U.S. Navy’s first full admiral. At the time of his death in 1870, Farragut had served a total of 59 years in uniform...
A Bag Full of Dreams: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
September 14, 2020
— “I was born in Monterrey, Mexico,” said Ismael Lopez. “My hometown is Villaldalma, Nuevo Leon.” It has been quite a journey to get to where he is now, from his hometown to a new life in America. ...
BAMC celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
October 17, 2019
— Brooke Army Medical Center held a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration Oct. 11 to honor the contributions of Hispanic Americans to the United States military...
Hispanic Heritage: adding strength through diversity
September 21, 2018
— Since 1988, Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 has been recognized as National Hispanic Heritage Month. Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the culture, history and contributions of American citizens who came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America...