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Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph
Tough Conversations: Addressing extremism in the ranks
April 19, 2021
— Members of Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph partook in the biweekly “Tough Conversations” roundtable hosted by 502nd Air Base Wing leadership April 14...
AETC Chiefs’ Orientation Course helps newly selected chiefs develop Airmen we need
April 16, 2021
— Air Education and Training Command’s newest Airmen selected for the rank of chief master sergeant will soon lead the Air Force of tomorrow, but, not before gaining more knowledge on how to develop the Airmen we need during AETC’s Chief’s Orientation Course. ...
Tech Tuesday brings Air Force innovators together
March 5, 2021
— Nineteenth Air Force and Second Air Force held their first virtual Tech Tuesday event March 2 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph. This event was the first in a series designed to bring together innovative individuals and teams from across the Air Education Training Command. The goal was to collaborate and showcase the variety of ways Airmen are moving training forward. ...
AETC, Nineteenth Air Force host first Flying Training Virtual Industry Days to address pilot shortages
March 1, 2021
— Air Education and Training Command, in partnership with the Nineteenth Air Force, hosted the Flying Training Virtual Industry Days at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Feb. 24 and 26...
For Cubs fan, Nov. 2 now holds two indelible memories
November 6, 2020
— Nov. 2 is a date that will always hold a special place in the heart of Peggy Gast, an Air Force Life Cycle Management Center information technology specialist at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph whose civil service career spans five decades...
Electronic Flight Bag program continues its evolution at JBSA-Randolph
October 2, 2020
— The 12th Operations Group’s Electronic Flight Bag, or EFB, program, managed by the 12th Training Squadron EFB Office, supplements paper publications used by pilots with iPad touchscreen tablet computers...
149th Operations Group’s Yankee Range operators clear strafe pits
October 2, 2020
— These members of 149th Operations Group’s Detachment 1 must clear the surface and remove projectiles from the strafe pit as part of their recurring maintenance...
JBSA-Randolph lifeguards come to the rescue – but not at pool
September 28, 2020
— At the beginning of every pool season at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, MariAnne Clark tells the lifeguards she supervises they have the most important job of all the summer hires...
Groundbreaking sets stage for new chapter at Randolph Elementary
September 18, 2020
— Following a construction project that is expected to be finished in time for the 2021-22 school year, Randolph Elementary School will have a new $15.5 million multipurpose facility that will include classrooms for grades 2-5, administrative offices, a library/media center and a cafeteria...
‘Tough Conversations’ focus of JBSA’s fourth roundtable
September 4, 2020
— The Tough Conversation roundtable is a series that focuses on important, challenging and impactful topics that affect the Air Force and the Department of Defense...
12th Maintenance Squadron demos new tow technology
September 2, 2020
— The 12th Maintenance Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph recently demonstrated the capabilities of a remotely controlled aircraft towing system, or RCATS, designed to make transporting aircraft more cost-efficient. The RCATS will reduce manpower requirements, allow close-quarter towing and quicker aircraft stowing ahead of inclement weather...
For historians, COVID-19’s a big story, but operational focus continues
August 21, 2020
— At Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, historians at Air Education and Training Command and the 12th Flying Training Wing acknowledge the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their organizations’ missions, but it does not obscure the telling of their operational stories...
Want greener grass? Randolph Oaks Golf Course manager offers advice
August 13, 2020
— South Texas is not the easiest region for homeowners to maintain a lush green lawn throughout the year, but a program offered this month at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph will help attendees achieve greater success with the care and feeding of their turf...
12th Operations Group welcomes new commander
July 24, 2020
— The 12th Operations Group conducted a change of command ceremony July 24, 2020, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph...
12th MXG continues to support flying mission while protecting its workers
July 21, 2020
— More than four months ago, Robert West, director of the 12th Maintenance Group at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, learned through a social media video sent to him by his uncle in Australia that the Czech Republic was encouraging its citizens to wear masks in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, which was quickly gaining momentum...
For some, working from home brings more pain than comfort
July 2, 2020
— “There’s no place like home” may be an appropriate sentiment for people who favor working from the comfort of home during the novel coronavirus pandemic. However, it doesn’t ring true for those teleworkers who are feeling more pain than comfort because their home office leaves much to be desired. ...
Operation Echo seeks reduction of airfield intrusions at JBSA-Randolph
June 19, 2020
— The 12th Operations Support Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph is leading a collaborative effort to minimize the potential of airfield intrusions on the south side of the JBSA location where a well-traveled roadway crosses the intersection of three active taxiways...
EFMP support doesn’t skip a beat despite social distancing measures
June 12, 2020
— The novel coronavirus pandemic forced the modification of three Exceptional Family Member Program workshops at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph early this year, but the virus has not stopped the delivery of services from the Department of Defense program that supports military families with special medical and educational needs...
Black box sheds light on night vision challenges for aircrew students
June 4, 2020
— A device that was developed at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph to help aircrew and paratrooper students understand night vision threats during initial aerospace physiology training will soon become a standard trainer across the Air Force...
National Police Week parade at JBSA-Randolph honors first responders
May 14, 2020
— Members of Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph’s housing community stood outside their homes, cheered and waved as sirens wailed and a procession of security forces, medical and fire department vehicles, along with percussionists from the Air Force Band of the West, paraded past them on the morning of May 13...