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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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Cooking class allows JBSA-Randolph youth to learn about Native American foods, culture
December 2, 2021
— Members of the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Youth Center learned about and participated in a hands-on cooking class on Native American food during an event in observance of American Indian Heritage Month Nov. 18...
MICC leader cherishes heritage, honors Native American contributions
November 23, 2021
— Brig. Gen. Doug Lowrey, commanding general of the Mission Installation and Contracting Command at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, could trace the origins of his Native American ancestry to a two-by-four piece of plywood in his grandmother’s Oklahoma home. His grandmother had a poster board bearing the names of Lowrey’s American Indian ancestors...
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?...
Archaeologist works to preserve Native American history at Joint Base San Antonio
November 27, 2019
— The Joint Base San Antonio area is rich with history ranging from mastodon remains to historical buildings and was even a pathway for early Native American tribes travelling to and from Mexico. The link between JBSA and Native American history has developed into a relationship with several tribes located around the U.S. ...
Joint Base San Antonio officials host conference to establish ties with Native American tribes
July 2, 2019
— Establishing and strengthening relations between Native American tribes and Joint Base San Antonio officials was the focus of a tribal conference held at JBSA-Camp Bullis June 25-27. Representatives of three Native American tribes from New Mexico and Oklahoma attended the three-day conference. ...