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Lt. Gen. Jeffrey S. Buchanan (center), U.S. Army North commander and senior Army commander for Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, as well as other JBSA-Fort Sam Houston and Lincoln Military Housing leaders, addressed additional housing concerns at the second Army Family Housing Town Hall. This town hall provided an update for housing residents and new steps residents can utilize to help with issues in the future.
National Guard members will soon see changes to the program that allows them to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to their spouse or children that will limit the time frame they can initiate that transfer. Set to go in effect July 12, Guard members will need to have served six years before they can transfer benefits and they must transfer the benefits by the time they hit 16 years of service. Additionally, Guard members extend their enlistment contract by at least four years to transfer benefits.
Members of the Leach family experiences a virtual reality trainer March 11, 2019, at the 559th Flying Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The Leach family, based in Scottsdale, Ariz., spend much of their time traveling the country in “Ginger,” their RV. The video featuring their trip to JBSA-Randolph and their simulator experiences will be presented on the Season 7 premiere of their YouTube series, “Keep Your Daydream.
Do you know when to call 911? Do you know what to say when the dispatcher picks up? To help you and your family be prepared in the event of an emergency, know what actually constitutes an emergency.
The Air Force is looking for men and women for the 2019 Armed Forces Triathlon in Ventura County, California, June 19-23.
The Air Force is looking for men and women for the 2019 Armed Forces Triathlon in Ventura County, California, June 19-23.
Then-Staff Sgt. Jennifer Martin, 97th Air Mobility Wing Staff Agency superintendent, marches in a basic training graduation ceremony as a Military Training Instructor, Oct. 4, 2002, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.
Master Sgt. Jennifer Martin, the superintendent of the 97th Wing Staff Agency, stands behind her desk and Military Training Instructor campaign hat, March 13, 2019, at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. In addition to being a former MTI, she has served at nine different bases and has deployed once in her almost 23-year career as a medical administrative specialist.
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Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Sargent, U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, Health Readiness Center of Excellence, or AMEDDC&S HRCoE, commander, meet with residents at the Army Residence Community March 12.
Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Sargent, U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, Health Readiness Center of Excellence, or AMEDDC&S HRCoE, commander, addresses Army Residence Community residents March 12.
Chuck Lappan, Regional Health Command-Central health systems specialist.
Chuck Lappan, Regional Health Command-Central health systems specialist, discusses telehealth initiatives during a class at the U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School, Health Readiness Center of Excellence, at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.
he "Developing Mach-21 Airmen" podcast provides visibility on emerging issues in the recruiting, training, education and development of Total Force Airmen, as well as impactful insight on leadership and lessons learned from the field through conversations with subject matter experts and leaders, in an easy-to-listen to format available on demand.
A pre-Civil War period field howitzer cannon is displayed in the foyer of the Fort Sam Houston Museum. The historic cannon, which had been put on display inside the Quadrangle for years, had been in storage in a warehouse at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston before being moved to the museum. The cannon will become the centerpiece of a new exhibit at the museum about artillery that will explain the differences between cannons, howitzers and mortar, one of several changes the museum is making to its exhibits this year.
The Maxim Machine Gun sits in a display case at the Fort Sam Houston Museum. The machine gun was used by the U.S. military for training during World War I. The museum is planning to put in additional interpretation and photos to the exhibit on the machine gun, one of several planned exhibit changes the museum is making this year.
An exhibit focusing on the Army in Texas during World War I at the Fort Sam Houston Museum. The museum will be updating current exhibits and installing new exhibits throughout the year to give visitors a more complete, detailed history of Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.
A 100-year-old serape given to U.S. Army Gen. Hugh Scott from famed Mexican Revolution leader Pancho Villa in the mid-1910s will be put on display next to an exhibit at the Fort Sam Houston about Villa, the Mexican Revolution (1910-20), the relationship between Villa and the U.S. and the troubles along the U.S.-Mexico border during that time period. The display of the serape is one of several updates and additions the museum is making to its exhibits this year.
Air Force Master Sgt. Antwan Piper looks at his wife, Alexis, during a video interview about her disease and her recovery at Brooke Army Medical Center. Alexis Piper has had sickle cell anemia since she was 7 years old. She nearly died in 2018 after developing a rare condition called hyperhemolysis. Hyperhemolysis syndrome is a potentially fatal transfusion complication.
Alexis Piper keeps a framed photograph as a reminder of her time at Brooke Army Medical Center and the loving support of family, friends and staff members during her long recovery. Piper has sickle cell anemia, which is an inherited form of anemia, in which there aren't enough healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen throughout the body.