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  • Curbside pharmacy services garner praise from beneficiaries

    To help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the San Antonio Military Health System has implemented curbside drop-off and pick-up pharmacy services at many of its locations.
  • Moments of joy still ring out at Brooke Army Medical Center

    With words of love and gratitude for his family’s support, Air Force Master Sgt. William “Mac” McMillan rang the cowbell March 27, a joyful sound signifying his last round of radiation at Brooke Army Medical Center. The tinny sound echoed in the near-empty hall usually bustling with family and friends eager to celebrate their loved one’s milestone.
  • JBSA hazmat team prepares new apparatus for consolidated service

    A shiny new piece of life-saving equipment sits in an engine bay at Fire Station 5 on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston waiting for a chance to see action. The 30-foot "tool box on wheels" has four tons of carrying capacity, four air tanks for refilling bottles used for breathing air, a 15-foot light mast that can provide 6,000 watts of light, and a generator that can put out 25,000 watts of power.
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  • Curbside pharmacy services garner praise from beneficiaries

    To help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the San Antonio Military Health System has implemented curbside drop-off and pick-up pharmacy services at many of its locations.
  • Moments of joy still ring out at Brooke Army Medical Center

    With words of love and gratitude for his family’s support, Air Force Master Sgt. William “Mac” McMillan rang the cowbell March 27, a joyful sound signifying his last round of radiation at Brooke Army Medical Center. The tinny sound echoed in the near-empty hall usually bustling with family and friends eager to celebrate their loved one’s milestone.
  • JBSA hazmat team prepares new apparatus for consolidated service

    A shiny new piece of life-saving equipment sits in an engine bay at Fire Station 5 on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston waiting for a chance to see action. The 30-foot "tool box on wheels" has four tons of carrying capacity, four air tanks for refilling bottles used for breathing air, a 15-foot light mast that can provide 6,000 watts of light, and a generator that can put out 25,000 watts of power.
  • BAMC receives national recognition for surgical quality

    The American College of Surgeons recognized Brooke Army Medical Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2018, ranking the hospital among the top 10 percent of participating hospitals for surgical care.
  • Ollie Crawford: AF advocate laid to rest at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery

    Oliver “Ollie” Crawford, pilot, advocate for the U.S. Air Force and one of the charter members of the Air Force Association, was laid to rest with full military honors at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Aug. 5.
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