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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 partnership was publicly recognized at an event Nov. 10.
  • ‘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.
  • Seguin airfield maintains steady course during pandemic

    An airfield that was constructed about a decade after the Army Air Corps opened Randolph Field continues to serve the needs of the flying training mission at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph as it meets the challenges posed by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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  • Officials unveil Chapman plaque at JBSA-Randolph’s Airmen’s Heritage Park

    The late Master Sgt. John Chapman was honored during a plaque unveiling ceremony, hosted by members of the Special Warfare Training Wing at Airmen’s Heritage Park at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph March 4, 2021.
  • 12th OSS Airmen participate in tandem freefall jump training

    Three U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 12th Operations Support Squadron had the opportunity to participate in a tandem freefall jump training exercise with members of the 4th Marine Reconnaissance Battalion at South Texas Regional Airport at Hondo, Texas, Dec. 11, 2020.
  • 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 partnership was publicly recognized at an event Nov. 10.
  • ‘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.
  • Seguin airfield maintains steady course during pandemic

    An airfield that was constructed about a decade after the Army Air Corps opened Randolph Field continues to serve the needs of the flying training mission at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph as it meets the challenges posed by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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