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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
JBSA History & Fact Sheets
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Don't let summer bring out risky behavior
May 26, 2022
— Summer starts soon, bringing warmer weather and longer days. Many families are beginning to plan outdoor activities like swimming, boating, camping and road trips. Remember to use sound risk management in all summer activities to help mitigate mishaps...
Summer plans? Have fun, stay safe with tips from TRICARE
July 1, 2021
— Are you vaccinated and excited for summer sun, fun and travel? You aren’t alone. While you get back out there to enjoy all the joys of summer, TRICARE encourages you to do your part to prevent health emergencies...
Risk management: the key to a safe and enjoyable summer
May 21, 2021
— The Department of the Air Force reminds Airmen and Guardians to apply sound risk management when enjoying outdoor and recreational activities with family and friends this summer. The summer focus period runs from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day...
Keep safety first and foremost during the Memorial Day weekend
May 20, 2021
— As Memorial Day approaches, millions of travelers will be on the road heading out to enjoy the summer sun with friends and family. With that being said, there are some things to keep in mind and plan for over the holiday weekend...
Staying safe and healthy all summer
August 13, 2020
— As the summer months wind down, leadership at all levels advocate for the continued health and safety of our Airmen and Space professionals on and off duty. The Air and Space Forces top five leaders continued the conversation with a recently released memorandum encouraging vigilance in combatting the threats of coronavirus and injury from preventable mishaps...
Skin cancer: Here's how to reduce the risk
August 3, 2020
— With plenty of summer weather remaining for Airmen executing the mission, impacts of sun exposure directly affect health and readiness...
Summer safety: three steps for a successful end-of-summer blow out
August 15, 2019
— As the summer ends and autumn begins, August is prime time for end-of-summer cookouts. The Military Healthy System offers a range of preventive health information for summer safety, so here are some steps to take to ensure a successful outdoor get together...
Keep summer safe with tips for cars, recreational vehicles
June 20, 2019
— With summer around the corner the freedom to go on road trips, excursions on the lake, family fun on boats, camping sites galore, the list is endless. But safety should be foremost in any family summer event whether you’re road tripping it or just driving a few miles. Summer months are fraught with potential concerns, especially when you and the kids pile in the family car. ...
Safety the back-to-school priority this fall
August 14, 2017
— Along with organizing busy school and extracurricular schedules, back-to-school safety should be the priority for children and parents this fall...
Have safe summer vacations with planning, risk management
July 10, 2017
— Summertime means vacation and travel for many service members and their families, but enjoyable road trips can turn unpleasant or even deadly without proper planning and risk management...
Summer heat dangerous without proper caution
June 16, 2017
— During the extreme temperatures and humidity of the summer, military personnel, their families, and anyone working outside become susceptible to heat related injuries...
Know the risks to stay safe in the water this summer
June 9, 2017
— Whether boating, swimming or participating in water sports, it is important for service members and their families to be aware of the risks and stay safe...
Keep safety foremost when planning summer family activities
June 6, 2017
— With summer around the corner, it’s time go on road trips, excursions on the lake, have family fun on boats and head to camping sites galore. The list is endless. But safety should be foremost in any family summer event, whether you’re road tripping it or just driving a few miles. Summer months are fraught with potential concerns, especially when you and the kids pile in the family car. ...
Start Summer plans with safety in mind
May 19, 2017
— Summer weather brings with it the opportunity to get out and enjoy outdoor activities with fellow Airmen, family and friends. There is nothing quite like a warm afternoon on the beach, around the...
Distracted driving: Big consequences, easy fix
May 31, 2016
— One moment to change the radio station; one moment to checkthe GPS; one moment to send that text; one moment to crash. According to a 2009 Virginia Tech Transportation Institutestudy, five seconds is...
Summer is coming: Risk assessment key to safety
May 24, 2016
— With warmer months quickly approaching, Joint Base SanAntonio members are reminded to keep risk management as part of their recreationalactivities.Over the past three years, 65 Airmen have lost their...