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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
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502nd Civil Engineer Group
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Vogel Resiliency Center
New Parent Support Program
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Record budget helps Air Force tackle environmental issues
April 24, 2023
— The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center is bringing this year’s “Invest in Our Planet” Earth Day theme to life as the center’s global environmental team continues to support innovative restoration projects driven by a record-high budget. Within AFIMSC’s Air Force Civil Engineer Center, the environmental directorate is putting $574 million to work at active installations while the Base Realignment and Closure program spends $175 million for restoration at closed installations. ...
Air Force assessing communities’ interest in restoration advisory boards
April 4, 2023
— The Department of the Air Force is soliciting input from local communities to determine if there is support for forming environmental Restoration Advisory Boards at more than 60 active and closed installations...
Air Force environmental restoration chief receives Trailblazer Award
March 17, 2023
— Air Force Civil Engineer Center Environmental Restoration Program Management Chief Kenny Johnson was recently awarded the Science Spectrum Trailblazer Award during the 2023 Black Engineer of the Year Awards Gala in National Harbor, Maryland. He was one of 23 Department of the Air Force members celebrated for their contributions to the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics...
Former Kelly Air Force Base wins national EPA excellence award in site reuse
January 26, 2023
— The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized former Kelly Air Force Base, Texas, as one of its 2022 National Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse Award winners...
Basura Bash returns to clean up San Antonio, JBSA waterways
February 24, 2022
— After a year off due to COVID-19, the largest, single-day watershed litter pickup in Texas returned Feb. 19, and Joint Base San Antonio members came out in full force to participate...
JBSA biologists, fire crew help clear invasive species at JBSA-Camp Bullis
January 15, 2021
— From December to January, Joint Base San Antonio partners helped to protect native vegetation and provide a safer training environment for service members by clearing out a section of JBSA-Camp Bullis from an invasive plant species and cedar debris...
Stage 1 water restrictions implemented across JBSA
August 2, 2017
— Joint Base San Antonio will begin Stage 1 water conservation measures effective immediately. JBSA Stage 1 water conservation measures are triggered when the 10-day average measurement at the test well at SAWS Well Head J-17 reaches amounts between and/or equal to 659 and 650 feet and/or when the Comal Springs 10-day average flow reaches amounts between and/or equal to 224 and 200 cubic feet per second. ...