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'Tough Conversations' roundtable focuses on culture of respect
November 20, 2020
— Leaders from the 502nd Air Base Wing discussed building a "culture of respect" with base Airmen during a bi-weekly Tough Conversation roundtable Nov. 17 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. ...
Disc golf growing sport among JBSA members
November 20, 2020
— Whether it’s for exercise, relaxation, or spending time outdoors, several Joint Base San Antonio members are discovering the benefits of playing disc golf...
JBSA Family Child Care providers of the year recognized
November 16, 2020
— The 502d Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio selected Paloma De La Llata and Tammie McIlroy as the 2019 Family Child Care providers of the year for the 502nd Force Support Squadron’s Child and Youth Services Flight earlier this year...
688th Cyberspace Wing opens The Oasis Room in support of Airmen resilience
November 4, 2020
— Members of the 688th Cyberspace Wing came together to celebrate the opening of their new resiliency room with a ribbon-cutting ceremony performed by Col. Steven Anderson, 688th CW commander, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Oct. 13. ...
Partnership brings movies, activities to technical trainees
October 13, 2020
— Life for U.S. Air Force Airmen in technical training has been rough since March due to COVID-19 restrictions. That changed Oct. 9 when several organizations partnered at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field to provide a movie, games and socializing night for the Air Force’s newest Airmen. ...
JBSA Suicide Prevention Taskforce coordinates resources
October 1, 2020
— Saving lives is the mission of the Joint Base San Antonio Suicide Prevention Task Force. ...
Run with the Chief brings JBSA teammates together
September 24, 2020
— For U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Wendell Snider, 502d Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio command chief, his chief’s run Sept. 22 was about more than exercise, it was about participants coming together to connect, decompress and reduce stress...
Don’t overlook the signs: Suicide prevention is everyone’s responsibility
September 24, 2020
— One of the messages military members can take away from Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month each September is that it is their responsibility to serve as wingmen to all their brothers and sisters in arms. ...
New Army website offers latest resources to promote resilience, readiness
September 22, 2020
— The Army Resilience Directorate officially launched its new website Sept. 18 at ArmyResilience.army.mil. The robust website is the Directorate’s hub for Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention, Ready and Resilient, Army Suicide Prevention, and the Army Substance Abuse Program, making it an all-inclusive site for information and resources on these programs...
Air Force Families Forever expanding services at JBSA
September 21, 2020
— Air Force Families Forever is a long-term assistance program that supports family members or next of kin of deceased Airmen, whether they are regular Air Force or Reserve component members, who have fallen or passed away while in combat or conducting non-combat related duties...
Boyd's rite of passage, history as greatest instrument of learning
September 2, 2020
— A respected researcher and writer of history, Gary W. Boyd, the command historian of Air Education and Training Command, has lived through several significant periods of history — all of which he believes has determined our present and shapes our future...
Army Resilience director urges Soldiers to report incidents of misconduct
August 18, 2020
— The lead official for the Army’s Resilience Directorate emphasized the use of reporting procedures Tuesday for incidents of sexual harassment and assault to ensure the service is a safe environment for all...
Commentary: Listening and leadership can save lives
July 28, 2020
— Tech. Sgt. Daniel Rakowski knows what it feels like to lose a friend to suicide and never wants to experience it again. In 2012, a friend who had recently separated from the Army died by suicide. Rakowski saw firsthand how the Soldier’s death so deeply affected those around him – his family, his friends and Rakowski himself...
JBSA’s new Joint Transition Readiness Center opens virtually
July 24, 2020
— Transitioning out of the military, whatever the reason, can be an overwhelming process for service members and their families. To assist in making the process easier to navigate, Joint Base San Antonio has consolidated its multitude of resources into a newly activated Joint Transition Readiness Center at the Brooke Army Medical Center campus...
JBSA chaplains, counselors utilize technology to provide counsel and guidance during pandemic
April 16, 2020
— Mental health specialists, chaplains and counselors throughout Joint Base San Antonio are utilizing technology and finding resourceful ways to keep in touch with their clients who seek counseling and guidance during this time of social distancing...
Weathering COVID-19: Spiritual Resilience
April 3, 2020
— How to cope during stressful times using spiritual resiliency...
Weathering COVID-19: mental resilience
April 2, 2020
— In times of national crisis, it’s easy to become emotionally overwhelmed and forget to take your own mental health into consideration. The rapid onset of COVID-19 has brought a multitude of financial and personal stresses for military members and their families. ...
Two days could mean a lifetime to a Wingman
August 6, 2019
— Airmen can find the courage to help from Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, or ASIST, a suicide intervention skills training offered every month at Joint Base San Antonio. ASIST helps participants become more willing, ready and able to intervene with someone at risk of suicide...
Commentary: ‘Tis the season to be resilient
November 7, 2018
— This is supposed to be the ‘hap-happiest season of all’, but in reality the holidays sometimes leave us stressed out, white elephant partied out, and overall worn out as November heads into December and finally the New Year. If we are not careful, our holiday season itineraries can bury us into exhaustion. If that happens, our effectiveness and attention to detail at work could suffer...
CMSAF Wright: The 'Airmen We Need' must be resilient
September 20, 2018
— In order to win tomorrow’s war, defend the homeland and remain a safe and secure nuclear deterrent, Airmen must be well trained, well led, agile and resilient, according to the Air Force’s most senior enlisted leader...