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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
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Basic Military Training
Month of the Military Family: Husband, wife enlist, graduate Basic Military Training together
November 30, 2022
— November is Month of the Military Family and is designated as a time to acknowledge the service and sacrifices made by military members and their families. For Airmen 1st Class Alex Waters and Melissa McCabe, those sacrifices are being made as both service members and military family members...
Forging the next generation: BMT leads the way
November 14, 2022
— Following a 16-year run, Basic Expeditionary Airman Skills Training, or BEAST, has come to an end. With an eye toward the future fight, Air Force Basic Military Training is implementing a revised training exercise – PACER FORGE – where Agile Combat Employment and the concept of multi-capable Airmen are the beating heart...
One couple’s extraordinary journey to becoming Airmen
November 9, 2022
— A thirty-something couple with college degrees and a pet enlisted in the Air Force to pursue a dream...
SecAF takes closer look at JBSA missions
November 8, 2022
— Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall visited Joint Base San Antonio Nov. 4-5 to meet with leaders across Air Education and Training Command, Air Force Personnel Center, Air Force Installation Management Support Command and Sixteenth Air Force...
326th Training Squadron graduates Basic Military Training
October 31, 2022
— More than 700 Airmen and Guardians assigned to the 326th Training Squadron graduated from Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Oct. 19-20, 2022...
Photos: Basic Military Trainees pass through the 'Snake Pit' at lunch
October 18, 2022
— Basic Military Training flights at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, must request permission from the "Snake Pit" so there is control of how many flights enter and exit the dining facility ensuring the area does not become overwhelmed with too many people at one time...
Photos: Air Force basic trainees learn the 'Law of War'
October 18, 2022
— U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Matthew "Matt" Meyers, 319th Training Squadron, War Skills Military Studies Instructor, teaches a class titled "Law of War" to U.S. Air Force basic trainees at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Sept. 20, 2022...
Basic Military Training announces Thanksgiving Day plans
October 17, 2022
— Residents of San Antonio who have an immediate family member in Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland or have a current Department of Defense ID card (active or retired) will have the opportunity to share Thanksgiving Day with a trainee. Additionally, graduating Airmen that week will be afforded an additional “town pass” to celebrate with their friends and families...
Basic Military Training digitizes curriculum
October 17, 2022
— The days of carrying around your black portfolio with bulky study materials are over. On Sept. 13, 2022, Basic Military Training completed the transition to a digital campus by issuing over 500 tablets to Airmen in their first week of training. ...
Docuseries highlights Air Force Basic Training experience
September 6, 2022
— Follow five Air Force trainees and hear their perspectives on their eight-week journey to becoming airmen in "Basic," an eight-part, rereleased docuseries shot in high-definition 4K resolution...
Basic military trainees learn weapons operations
August 26, 2022
— Trainees from the 321st Training Squadron learned how to operate the M4 carbine rifle during the second week of Air Force Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Aug. 23...
Air Force basic trainees go through morning routines
August 25, 2022
— U.S. Air Force basic trainees from the 322nd Training Squadron performed their third-week fitness assessment during basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Aug. 22, 2022...
BMT graduation restarts tradition, returns to parade field
June 16, 2022
— More than 670 Airmen, as well as their military training instructors, restarted a basic military training graduation tradition June 9. For the first time in 825 days, graduation returned to the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Parade Field...
BMT expands graduation events, returns to parade grounds
April 21, 2022
— Beginning June 8-9, Basic Military Training graduation events will expand to two days and include the return of the traditional military parade at the Gateway Wing parade grounds...
Enhanced BMT integration helps create culture of dignity, respect
February 17, 2022
— As early as 2015, the Air Force recognized the power of Basic Military Training enhanced integration in creating a climate of dignity and respect...
Why today’s ‘Gen Z’ is at risk for boot camp injuries
February 10, 2022
— For today's generation of 18-to-25-year-olds, making it through recruit training and successfully transitioning from civilian life into the military is not easy. Today's recruits are coming from a far more sedentary lifestyle compared to previous generations, making their skeletons more prone to injuries because they're not used to the kind of intense activity they will face at basic training...
Defense Logistics Agency Energy Commander presides over BMT graduation
January 11, 2022
— In a ceremony steeped in military traditions and protocols, Defense Logistics Agency Energy Commander Air Force Brig. Gen. Jimmy Canlas presided over the graduation of the Air Force’s newest Airmen and Guardians Jan. 6 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. ...
San Antonio native named MTI of the Year
January 6, 2022
— Joining the Air Force in 2007 was an easy decision for Master Sgt. Michael A. Galindo, who grew up in San Antonio, also known as Military City USA...
Uniform shortage to affect BMT graduates
December 22, 2021
— Due to a shortage of fabric used to manufacture service dress uniforms, Airmen and Guardians graduating from basic military training will temporarily be issued fewer uniform items...
Every BMT flight picture tells a story
December 16, 2021
— When it comes to memories of a military career, there is perhaps nothing as iconic as a Basic Military Training flight photo. The BMT Flight Photo website is rich with these photos – nearly 17,000 of them...