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  • JBSA commander issues mandatory COVID-19 vaccine order

    All active duty Air Force personnel currently assigned to Joint Base San Antonio must receive their initial COVID-19 vaccine dose by Sept. 28, per an order signed Sept. 14 by 502nd Air Base Wing and JBSA Commander Brig. Gen. Caroline Miller.
  • Avenues of support: JBSA offers resources to help military community

    Suicide is a major concern in the military. By the end of 2020, military deaths by suicide jumped an alarming 25% from the previous year. The community action team at Joint Base San Antonio is doing their part to link service members and their families with the right resources to meet their specific needs on JBSA or within the local community.
  • 960 CW hosts Mental Health and Resiliency Fair at JBSA

    The 960th Cyberspace Wing kicked off National Mental Health Awareness Month by inviting service members, civilians and their families to its inaugural Mental Health and Resiliency Fair here, May 1, with more than 800 attendees both in-person and virtually.
  • Stories of resilience told through first-hand experiences in new campaign series - 'The Things We Carry'

    Brig. Gen. Caroline M. Miller, 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio commander, launched a new video campaign series that allows JBSA members to tell their individual stories of resilience.
  • National Police Week honors law enforcement officers

    National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.
  • JBSA proclaims April Month of Military Child

    Joint Base San Antonio leaders recognized April as the Month of the Military Child during a proclamation signing ceremony April 1.
  • Program for sexual assault survivors available at JBSA

    Joint Base San Antonio has been home to an intensive outpatient program for survivors of sexual assault since 2014, and now that program has been selected as a pilot site for an evaluation study of TRICARE’s Sexual Trauma Intensive Outpatient Programs.
  • JBSA continues to recover from extreme winter weather in Texas

    As President’s Day approached, so did severe winter weather at Joint Base San Antonio Feb. 14. Winter storm warnings were issued as northerly winds at 10 to 20 knots and bitter cold fell upon the region, leading to extensive power and water outages, slick roads and burst pipes.
  • SAWS issues "Voluntary Boil Water Notice" for San Antonio

    The San Antonio Water System has issued a “Voluntary Boil Water Notice” for water used for drinking, cooking and ice making as a precautionary measure due to the large number of broken pipes and low water pressure in the region. This notice only applies to Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, Security Hill and Port San Antonio.
  • BAMC switching to generator power

    At the request of CPS Energy and as part of Joint Base San Antonio’s city support, Brooke Army Medical Center is planning to transition to generator power today, Feb. 17, with an estimated duration of at least 24 hours in order to aid the community’s power conservation efforts.
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