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  • JBSA partners with local governments to ensure citizen, pilot safety

    To ensure the safety of base aircrew and citizens residing near Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, a blanket Intergovernmental Support Agreement was utilized for the first time with the Alamo Area Council of Governments which incorporates a contract managed by Universal City, Texas. This historic

  • 433rd Airlift Wing Airmen help San Antonio combat spread of COVID-19

    Senior leaders from the 433rd Airlift Wing, the Air Force Personnel Center, the city of San Antonio, and Bexar County Metropolitan Public Health District, gathered Sept. 17 to recognize 433rd AW Reserve Citizen Airmen who assisted at the Bexar County COVID-19 Operations Center in the San Antonio

  • JBSA continues HPCON CHARLIE protective measures

    As Joint Base San Antonio prepares to begin reopening services through phased, deliberate measures, personnel continue to follow the guidelines, such as physical distancing and capacity limits, established by local and state leaders, as well as the Department of Defense and Centers for Disease

  • JBSA's 502nd LRS supports task forces deployed to San Antonio hospitals

    As service members descended upon San Antonio to provide COVID-19 support to Texas hospitals, 502nd Logistics Readiness Squadron personnel were simultaneously conducting critical missions to ensure arriving health care workers were ready to relieve local hospitals and support communities across

  • Purple flags honor military children in an uncertain time

    A team of 10 youth and three adults went out from the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Youth Center April 16 planting purple flags around the base in honor of military children everywhere. April is the nationally recognized Month of the Military Child.

  • San Antonio dedicates Tribute to Freedom sculpture

    The City of San Antonio celebrated the completion of phase one of the Lackland Corridor Gateway Project with the dedication of the Tribute to Freedom sculpture March 27 at the corner of U.S. Highway 90 and Military Drive.