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Air Force military ambassador program looking forward to Fiesta 2021

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  • 502nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs

As Joint Base San Antonio looks ahead to Fiesta 2021, the Air Force begins its search for a male and female military ambassador. The Air Force Military Ambassador Program will feature two Airmen, one female and one male, to represent the service.

All E-4 to E-7 Air Force members, 21 years old and older and assigned to JBSA, are eligible to apply to become a military ambassador. Nomination packages will be distributed to public affairs offices across JBSA by Sept. 25.

“The Air Force Military Ambassador Program showcases the quality and professionalism of the American Warfighter. The program enhances the strong bond that already exists between the military and local communities around South Texas,” said Command Chief Master Sgt. Wendell Snider, 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio.

Nominations are due to the 502nd Air Base Wine Public Affairs Office at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston by close of business Nov. 2. Nominees must provide a letter of recommendation from their unit commander.

Once nominated, candidates appear before a selection panel of chief master sergeants and former Air Force ambassadors. The selection panel will review applications, conduct interviews and select the ambassadors.

Contact the 502nd ABW PA Office at 210-221-0456 for more information or email  An application packet can also be found on the JBSA website at