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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...
BAMC Weather Alert
January 31, 2023
— Due to inclement weather and Joint Base San Antonio base closures, all primary/specialty care appointments and elective procedures scheduled for this afternoon will either be rescheduled or converted to virtual. The inclement weather is expected to worsen tomorrow morning. To ensure the safety of our patients and staff, BAMC is rescheduling (or offering a virtual option) for all non-emergency procedures and medical appointments scheduled for tomorrow, Feb. 1...
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 facilities resume normal operations Feb. 5
February 4, 2022
— As of Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022, all JBSA facilities will resume normal operations. For general gate hours, please visit https://www.jbsa.mil/Gate-Hours/...
JBSA limiting installation operations
February 3, 2022
— Due to the continuous degrading inclement weather, JBSA is limiting installation service operations for Thurs., Feb. 3. Unit commanders will determine specific reporting instructions for mission-critical personnel...
Weather is no gambling matter for 12th OSS flight chief
January 28, 2022
— Alvin Hill is the weather operations flight chief with the 12th Operations Support Squadron...
February 20, 2021
— With the end of the severe weather threat, JBSA returned to normal HPCON Charlie posture Feb. 20. As a reminder, there will be 100 percent DOD and Uniformed Services identification check for the driver and all members in the vehicle, aged 17 and over. Reduced installation access and vetting procedures will be the same as previous HPCON C procedures...
BAMC issues weather update for Feb. 19
February 18, 2021
— Due to hazardous road conditions and to conserve power, only emergency-essential Joint Base San Antonio personnel, including Brooke Army Medical Center staff supporting patient care, should report to work Friday, Feb. 19. To ensure the safety of patients and staff and to conserve resources, BAMC has canceled all non-emergency procedures and medical appointments scheduled for Feb. 19. ...
AETC recognizes JBSA technician as Weather Civilian of the Year
December 3, 2020
— Joshua Darney, a meteorological technician at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, has won the Air Education and Training Command Weather Civilian of the Year Award. He competed against civilians at each AETC installation as well as the weather schoolhouse...
JBSA conducts severe weather, natural disaster response exercise
January 8, 2019
— A severe weather and natural disaster response exercise will be held throughout Joint Base San Antonio from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 27, according to the 502nd Air Base Wing’s Inspector General’s office...
April 10, 2017
— WEATHER WARNING The potential for heavy rain exists locally throughout Joint Base San Antonio with most of Bexar County receiving 2-4 inches of rain with some isolated areas receiving as much as 6 inches. There is a slight chance of a few thunderstorms producing half-inch-diameter hail and wind gusts to 40 mph. The heaviest rain is expected to occur between 7 p.m. April 10 and 7 a.m. April 11. All pertinent weather watches/warnings/advisories will be issued by the JBSA Weather Flight, Randolph Weather Flight and/or the 26th Operational Weather Squadron as needed. ...
12th OSS/OSW plays vital role in JBSA-Randolph flying mission
May 9, 2016
— Cirrus, altostratus and cumulonimbus.While most people may assume these terms are all spells outof a Harry Potter scene, Alvin Hill, 12th Operations Support Squadron weatheroperations flight chief,...