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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
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Why do Army helicopters have Native American names?
November 4, 2020
— You may have noticed there’s a pattern in U.S. Army helicopter names – Apache, Black Hawk, Chinook and others. These crucial aircraft are all named after Native American tribes or figures. But have you ever wondered why?...
'Port Dawgs' team with 'Alamo Dustoff' for nighttime helicopter missions
October 17, 2018
— For the second time in as many months, a joint air-ground team soared across the nighttime skies of San Antonio Oct. 12 in a scene reminiscent of a Hollywood action blockbuster. On the heels of a mirror-image mission that took place Aug. 22, Airmen from the 26th Aerial Port Squadron trained with the “Alamo Dustoff” Soldiers of Company C, 2-149 Aviation Regiment, Texas Army National Guard, and an active duty pathfinder team for the tactical day and nighttime helicopter extraction and insertion of disaster-relief supplies and personnel...
Joint, Total-Force Team Soars to New Heights
November 22, 2017
— The deceptively cool morning skies over Martindale Army Airfield had started their climb to 90 degrees Fahrenheit as a joint, Total Force team of Texas Army National Guard Soldiers, Air Force Reserve Airmen, and an Active Duty pathfinder team prepared for their own climb into the heavens on wings of titanium...