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Security forces NCOIC’s grandfather’s story a tale of valor
July 31, 2017
— When Air Force Staff Sgt. Heath Conde was a young boy growing up in Troy, Texas, his grandmother Lydia would talk about his grandfather Felix Conde-Falcon, an Army staff sergeant whose life was taken...
Air Force extends Health Professions Loan Repayment Program
July 27, 2017
— Application packages for the Air Force’s Health Professions Loan Repayment Program will now be accepted until Sept. 1. Active-duty Biomedical Sciences Corps and Nurse Corps officers are eligible to apply. ...
Retired master sergeant attains martial arts pinnacle
July 27, 2017
— Retired Air Force Master Sgt. Harold Cherry admitted there was not a lot to do when he was growing up in the projects in Chesapeake, Va., in the 1960s.But seeing Bruce Lee’s martial arts mastery on...
New organization impacts Randolph Field ISD students
July 25, 2017
— The Randolph Field Education Foundation came into existence in May 2016. The foundation’s mission is to support, assist and encourage the students, teachers and staff at the Randolph Field Independent School District schools. RFEF provides scholarships for seniors, grants for teachers and support for supplies and materials not provided for in the regular budget....
DUI: What it really costs
July 12, 2017
— When an Airman receives a DUI charge, they are eligible to receive both a civilian conviction if caught off base, as well as a punishment given at their commander’s discretion. The final sentence could cost thousands of dollars in fines, suspension of their license, negative paperwork, administrative demotion, and possible loss of career or reclassification....
Scheduling starts for 2017 Sports Physical Clinic Appointments
July 11, 2017
— The staff at the 359th Medical Group Clinic are continually working to improve how they do business. In a continued effort to improve customer satisfaction, scheduling for annual sports physicals began June 26. Sports physicals will be conducted throughout July and into the beginning of August, specifically July 5 to Aug. 11....
Parr Club patio project to address foundation, drainage issues
July 7, 2017
— A repair and renovation project is on the horizon for the patio at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph’s Parr Club, one of the original structures at the JBSA location.The $900,000 project, which is...
Power of Positivity in Leadership
July 5, 2017
— I can safely say becoming a first sergeant is something I have looked forward to for a long time. Four years ago that dream came true....
Pilot for a Day fills birthday wish
June 29, 2017
— Angel Vasquez woke up June 29 on his 17th birthday not expecting the surprise of being recognized as an honorary pilot at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph....
Cowboys receiver hosts football camp at JBSA
June 27, 2017
— Children from Joint Base San Antonio gathered at JBSA-Randolph to attend a football camp hosted by Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, June 26-27 at the Rambler Fitness Center....
Father, son work together at AFPC
June 22, 2017
— To many, the Air Force is a family business; this is true for the Sills family, with father and son serving together at the Air Force Personnel Center here....
Five critical domains define early childhood development
June 21, 2017
— The first five years of children’s lives are critical in their development as they reach numerous milestones – from sitting up, crawling and walking in the first year of their lives to hopping and climbing by the time they are 5 years old....
Are you ready for some football?-Commissaries announce ProCamps event sites
June 19, 2017
— Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph is one of the 11 military communities chosen to host the 2017 ProCamps football events for boys and girls. JBSA-Randolph will host Terrance Williams, a wide receiver...
Same problem, new solution
June 14, 2017
— In September last year, David Duggar, the new propulsion shop supervisor for the 12th Flying Training Wing at Joint Base San Antonio – Randolph saw an opportunity to improve performance that affected two shops in the 12th Maintenance Group. ...
Father’s influence creates legacy of pilots
June 12, 2017
— Having a fighter pilot inspire you to join the Air Force is fairly common, but having that inspiration living in the same house adds a different outlook....
Class to teach attendees how to cope with overwhelming emotions
June 5, 2017
— A four-session class being offered on Tuesdays this month at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Health Promotions, building 999, will help participants learn to deal with overwhelming emotions....
M&FRC class to give participants advice on how to stretch their money
June 2, 2017
— A new class offered at the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Military & Family Readiness Center this month will give participants advice on how they can handle their money to achieve a greater position of financial strength and weather possible future downturns....
502nd LRS Airman moves Joint Base San Antonio
May 29, 2017
— Airman Ethan McFarland, 502nd Logistics Readiness Squadron logistics planner, is a wing deployment coordinator for Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston and JBSA-Randolph....
An eye-opening experience: one Airmen’s journey comes full circle
May 19, 2017
— Second Lieutenant Rodrigo Vener, 359th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Aerospace and Operational Physiology Training Unit physiologist, always knew he wanted to join the military. In high school he joined...
Protecting your Child from Lead and Other Household Poisoning
May 19, 2017
— Blood lead poisoning occurs when a person or child eats, drinks or inhales lead or a lead-contaminated item. Lead is commonly found in homes built in 1978 or earlier in the form of paint, pipes or plumbing fixtures. ...