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BMT murals: inspiring the next generation
August 8, 2019
— Trainees with the 321st Training Squadron volunteered to paint a series of murals through the unit. The project started July 4, 2017, with the American flag painted across the hallway of several classrooms. It took about 2 ½ months and about 12 gallons of paint. ...
Hispanic Heritage: adding strength through diversity
September 21, 2018
— Since 1988, Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 has been recognized as National Hispanic Heritage Month. Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the culture, history and contributions of American citizens who came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. ...
Twenty-Fifth Air Force prepares to celebrate 70th anniversary
August 27, 2018
— As the U.S. Air Force celebrated its 70th Anniversary last September, 25th Air Force was looking ahead in anticipation of its 70-year milestone this year....
Legacy Pavers Program honors military service members — past, present, and future
August 16, 2018
— Permanent tributes prominently displayed all around Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland that either marked a moment in time, or a job well done, were created by the Airman Heritage Foundation Legacy Paver Program....
From coal miner’s son to wing commander: African-American Airman led the way
February 28, 2018
— In August 1967, Harold Beatty joined the Air Force in Knoxville, Tennessee, and over the next 35 years he made his way from airman basic to colonel, earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees along the way. ...