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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
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BAMC recognizes volunteers for their service
April 20, 2022
— A special recognition ceremony was held April 13 to honor all the volunteers who contribute to the health care mission at Brooke Army Medical Center. Fourteen individual volunteers, five groups and one family were selected as BAMC’s Volunteers of the Year for 2021...
JBSA M&FRCs accepting nominations for annual volunteer awards
January 24, 2022
— Joint Base San Antonio Military & Family Readiness Centers are accepting nominations for annual awards recognizing the contributions of outstanding volunteers within the JBSA community in 2021...
BAMC volunteer spreads kindness through service
January 6, 2022
— Brooke Army Medical Center staff and patients look forward to a friendly greeting from someone wearing a volunteer vest on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at the Garden Entrance to the hospital...
Longtime BAMC volunteer leaves legacy for others to follow
May 28, 2021
— A longtime volunteer is hanging up her burgundy vest after more than 36 years of service at Brooke Army Medical Center. ...
Lifetime of Service: New award recognizes BAMC civilians serving 45-plus years
May 17, 2021
— Brooke Army Medical Center held a Lifetime of Service award ceremony May 11 to honor the legacy of employees who have served 45 or more years in civil service. The new award was presented to a group of 18 individuals from across the organization whose years of service ranged from 45 to 66 years, for a combined total of 876 years of federal service...
K-9 fixer upper: 340th FTG volunteers spruce up dogs’ digs
August 23, 2019
— It was a K-9 fixer upper opportunity that led two 340th Flying Training Group members who don’t have pets to spend a recent afternoon helping dogs who don’t have families...
BAMC volunteers earn presidential award for devotion to patients, staff
June 6, 2019
— A select group of Brooke Army Medical Center volunteers received the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award May 30 for their thousands of service hours aiding patients and staff. The award is presented to individuals who have contributed 4,000 or more hours of service in their lifetime. ...
M&FRC to host event for volunteers who serve JBSA-Randolph community
April 5, 2019
— Last year, volunteers served a total of 68,692 hours. Valued at $24.96 an hour, their service was worth $1,696,017...
Joint Base San Antonio celebrates volunteers
April 5, 2018
— From leading Family Readiness Groups, Key Spouses and Ombudsman to coaching youth sports, coordinating PTA meetings and organizing military spouse clubs to supporting our wounded warriors and lending a helping hand at our hospitals, libraries, administrative offices, and museums – volunteers are the foundation of our military community...
Texas First Lady meets with Key Spouse Program volunteers
February 24, 2018
— Volunteers from the Key Spouse Program, a program that assists Air Force families within the Joint Base San Antonio community, went to Austin, Texas this past January and met with Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott as they highlighted the program’s success...