Joint Base San Antonio has just launched a new app for iPhone and Android called JBSA Connect. The idea behind the app is to provide quick access to news, updates, resources, and more for JBSA’s three primary locations: JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, JBSA-Lackland, and JBSA-Randolph.
After retiring from the military, many veterans struggle with day-to-day life. Roughly 20 veterans die by suicide each day because they feel it’s the only way to help with what they’re going through. That’s where K9s For Warriors comes in.
When it comes to the military, all teams are vital in day-to-day operations to ensure the safety and well-being of others. According to AirForce.com, “Explosive Ordnance Disposal members undertake some of the Air Force’s most dangerous missions in diverse and unforgiving locales worldwide.”
Congratulations, you graduated from basic military training! The San Antonio Basic Military Training Graduate Family Access Pass was specifically created for the 39,000 students who graduate each year from military training. The pass allows graduates, their families, and friends to experience many San Antonio hotspots.
Since 2017, the basic military training regimen didn’t allow trainees to naturalize and become U.S. citizens before graduation. Now, the United States Air Force has re-implemented the program to enable trainees at JBSA-Lackland to become U.S. citizens prior to graduation from basic military training.