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502nd Civil Engineer Squadron
Activation ceremony heralds new chapter in trainer aircraft maintenance story
October 16, 2020
— A trainer aircraft maintenance training center that will serve the needs of Air Education and Training Command for decades to come will be activated during a ceremony at 10:15 a.m., Oct. 29, in Hangar 62 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph...
CES civilian prepares JBSA for the holidays
December 4, 2019
— Every year, three trees are decorated and lit to celebrate the holiday season at Joint Base San Antonio, but few people know who is behind the scenes making sure each ornament is in the right place...
Chamber of commerce award continues JBSA-Randolph firefighter’s eventful year
June 14, 2019
— The accolades were slow in coming, but there’s been no shortage of them in the past year for an Air Force staff sergeant who has served as a firefighter assigned to the 502nd Civil Engineer Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph for more than two years...
Bexar County designated as nonattainment for ozone
August 28, 2018
— Bexar County was designated as nonattainment for ozone, July 17, 2018, under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards set forth by the Clean Air Act. This designation will officially go into effect Sept. 24, 2018...
JBSA receives $62K rebate from CPS Energy
March 13, 2018
— Joint Base San Antonio, CPS Energy's largest customer, received a five-figure check March 13 for its participation in a demand response program by the utility...
Reducing energy use shrinks utility bills, impact on planet
March 5, 2018
— No matter the season – whether it’s summer, when temperatures in South Texas climb into triple-digit territory, or winter, when cold fronts sometimes bring deep freezes – consumers should strive to be as energy-conscious as possible...
Unlikely volunteers help 502nd CES accomplish the mission on time
November 21, 2017
— Forty office personnel from the 502nd Civil Engineering Squadron volunteered their weekend to help renovate a building for the Battlefield Airmen Training Group Nov. 18-19 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland...
Watch how you dispose of certain items and avoid drain pain
October 25, 2017
— Our sewers are not designed to cope with modern disposable products, and as a result these items can cause blockages...
Combating all that creeps, crawls and bites
July 29, 2017
— The 502nd Civil Engineer Squadron Pest Management spent one sunny morning showcasing how they combat insect and animal population on Joint Base San Antonio to the 502nd Air Base Wing and JBSA senior leadership July 20, 2017...
Treasure hunters can’t use metal detectors on JBSA or any federal property
March 20, 2017
— Artifacts and archaeological sites on federal, state, and local jurisdiction-controlled properties are protected by law. Archaeological resources on private property are also safeguarded by law (e.g., trespassing). Violation of these laws carries serious consequences including the possibility of fines, jail time, and confiscation of the metal detector and other equipment used in the violation (such as vehicles)...
The mainstay of the fire prevention program is the inspection process
March 16, 2017
— The experience of a fire inspector first establishes itself at the fire ground operations as a firefighter. In other words, he or she has had their share of experience in battling fires during their careers, such as waking up at all hours answering structural fire calls, responding to a fire alarm sounding somewhere in the community, vehicle accident or medical response...
Controlled burn rids JBSA-Camp Bullis of wildfire-causing vegetation
March 3, 2017
— Firefighters from the 502nd Civil Engineer Squadron, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Joint Base San Antonio Fire Emergency Services and two area fire departments conducted a controlled burn at JBSA-Camp Bullis Feb. 22-24 to clear the installation of vegetation that could ignite a wildfire...
Electrical safety an essential part of daily life
February 28, 2017
— To turn on or off modern conveniences in this day and age means flipping an electrical switch and in an instant, you have power...
What? Me a facility manager?! Don’t panic!
February 23, 2017
— So you have been “volun-told” by your commander or director that you will be the new facility manager for your facility or facilities. Anxiety begins to set in. You have never been a facility manager! What does a facility manager even do? What Air Force references do you use? Is there training for this extra duty position? Multiple questions begin to emerge within your brain. No need to panic! ...