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  • ‘Speckled Trout’ ready to go for flight attendant students

    An aircraft that began life as a refueling tanker and later provided executive airlift for the Air Force Chief of Staff as part of Project Speckled Trout will soon provide the service’s prospective flight attendants with a more realistic training environment.
  • PHOTOS: 149th FW keeps Fighting Falcons clean and mean

    An F-16 Fighting Falcon, assigned to the Air National Guard's 149th Fighter Wing, receives a jet wash at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland July 24.
  • AFSFC launches software to monitor health of MWDs

    The Air Force Security Forces Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland has officially launched the Kennel Health Assessment 2.0 project to ascertain the holistic state of all of the kennels across the U.S. Air Force and ensure the well-being of all Military Working Dogs.
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  • Air Force Basic Military Training graduation reopens to the public

    After 16 months without families being able to attend Air Force Basic Military Training graduations at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, more than 1,200 guests viewed the ceremony July 22, with many shedding tears of joy at finally seeing their Airman recite the oath of enlistment in person.
  • 59th MDW medics assist Honduras hospital during Resolute Sentinel 21

    U.S. Air Force and Army military doctors were in Choluteca, Honduras, May 12-27, to assist the local hospital with urologic surgeries during Resolute Sentinel 21. The exercise provides joint training and improved readiness for U.S. civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities in Honduras.
  • My Experience at Inter-American Squadron Officer School

    I had the incredible honor and privilege to attend Inter-American Squadron Officer School (ISOS) in the fall of 2020. It was an experience that forever changed my perspective on the U.S. Air Force (USAF), and my role as a Hispanic officer and leader. ISOS taught me about the interplay between the USAF and other air forces in the Western Hemisphere, I met exceptional U.S. and foreign military officers who helped me recognize my strengths and weaknesses as an individual, follower and leader, and I got the opportunity to rekindle with my Hispanic roots. ISOS was one of the most enriching professional and personal experiences of my life and I want to share it with the USAF community and encourage other officers to attend ISOS.
  • Emergency Operations Center continues coordinating JBSA’s COVID-19 response

    It’s been one year. The world has been in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic and Joint Base San Antonio is no exception. A team of dedicated professionals has been on duty protecting military service members and their families and, ultimately, the entire United States.
  • SAMHS vaccinates beneficiaries 75 and older

    Warrior medics from the 59th Medical Wing were out Feb. 6 at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, working tirelessly to vaccinate the local 75-plus-age population.
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