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Civilians, service members recognized for excellence in sexual assault prevention, victim advocacy
May 23, 2023
A woman speaks from a stage in an auditorium.

'Connect To Care': Providing support to Airmen, Guardians, family members
December 16, 2022
. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.

New reporting options for sexual harassment victims
October 12, 2022
DAVA meeting space

JBSA members find self-care, healing through Wet Paint Project
September 3, 2021
JBSA members find self-care, healing through Wet Paint Project

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response in time of COVID-19
May 21, 2020
SAPR Contact

Volunteer advocates encourage sexual assault victims to become survivors
February 13, 2020
JBSA SAPR program logo

Air Force Basic Military Training continues to fine-tune program with major modernizations
June 6, 2019
U.S. Air Force basic military training trainees practice assembling and disassembling their M-16 trainer weapon at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland May 2. Airmen must know how to fix malfunctions in order to continue the fight and protect their fellow Wingman. Basic military training is an eight-week course designed to challenge Airmen mentally and physically.

JBSA-Fort Sam Houston hosts Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Summit
April 22, 2019
Senior service commanders from throughout Joint Base San Antonio signed the Commanders' Proclamation during the Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Summit at the Fort Sam Houston Community Center April 3. The event helped command teams across JBSA and the Sexual Assault first responders to gain a better understanding of sexual assault trends and gain knowledge from subject matter experts. By signing the proclamation, the leaders across JBSA commit to work together to educate our community about supporting survivors and standing against harmful attitudes and actions, and not be bystanders.

Victim Advocates and their role in resiliency
September 27, 2018
All Airmen should be aware of what resources are available for victims and know what role they can play in prevention and response. Sexual assault is extremely traumatizing and can affect an Airman’s well-being and ability to complete the mission. At every base, Airmen have access to a SAPR office staffed by professionals to address the needs of victims.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response empowers, supports Airmen
September 13, 2018

JBSA offers various resources in dealing with harassment and assault
January 19, 2018
Programs and resource assistance, such as Green Dot training, offer members in the Joint Base San Antonio community with available help in dealing with harassment and assault.

Stopping Sexual Assault – Not Just in April
April 5, 2017
During a recent message to Airmen, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright addresses Airmen about the responsibility that every Airman has to stop sexual assault. (Courtesy photo)