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Joint Base San Antonio

History   With congressional approval and President George W. Bush’s signature, money-saving recommendations from the Base Realignment and Closure Commission took effect in 2005. The

JBSA - Randolph Air Force Base

JBSA-Randolph, in San Antonio’s northeast quadrant just to the southeast of Universal City, houses several headquarters, including the Air Education and Training Command, Air

JBSA - Fort Sam Houston

Soldiers have been the midwives for the birth of San Antonio, starting with the Spanish who set up a fort in 1718 between the

JBSA - Lackland Air Force Base

History   The nation’s mobilization after the December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor swamped U.S. military installations with inductees; the next summer the War Department

Laughlin Air Force Base

Laughlin Air Force Base lies 8 miles east of Del Rio, Texas, county seat of Val Verde County and just a heartbeat from the

Welcome

Named for Saint Anthony of Padua, San Antonio is the seat of Bexar County in south Texas. It is about 75 miles southwest of

Getting To & Around

For those flying, San Antonio is served by one of the largest airports in the state and its major carriers. San Antonio is also

Housing & Real Estate

Nestled in the heart of south-central Texas, San Antonio has gone from the sleepy Spanish mission whose fall galvanized Texican revolutionaries to the seventh-biggest

Employment & Economy

Texas has neither state nor corporate income taxes, is a right-to-work state and prides itself on its business-friendly climate. San Antonio’s business culture flourishe

Health Care

There are many health care services in San Antonio and Del Rio for military, civilians and veterans, though implementation of the national Affordable Care

Family Resources

Picking up from one place and moving to another is always a hassle, especially with kids and pets. Knowing whom to call or where

Education & Academics

For those moving to a new location, it’s important to know what educational options are available. This chapter outlines the public schools systems i

Living

Rich culture comes alive through history, art, architecture, music and beautiful outdoor spaces that showcase a blend of Mexican-American folklore, Spanish heritage and Texa

News

ARNORTH JOC prospers through unity of effort

Story by SGT Christopher Hernandez on 10/25/2017 JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas Ever since Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico and

The Spirit Salutes Military Service

Story by Randy Martin on 10/20/2017 SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- More than 100 active duty military members, Veterans, community leaders, and Union Pacific employees gathered

NAMRU-SA Researcher Serves as Official USA Archery Judge at Valor Games Southwest

SAN ANTONIO An electronics technician at the Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio (NAMRU-SA) served as the official USA Archery Judge for the Valor Game

NHCCC Sailor First in Army Medic 68W Program

Story by William Love on 10/19/2017 Hospitalman Daniel R. Frink, the first Sailor in the Army's 68W Utilization Program, was awarded the silver badge by

Navy's Newest HMs Begin Training Under New SG Initiative

Story by Larry Coffey on 10/17/2017 GREAT LAKES, Ill. Students from the Navy's first graduating class students under the new Hospital Corps "A" School curriculum

Kentucky ANG Opens Critical Operations Link at Puerto Rico Airport Following Hurricane Maria

Story by TSgt Daniel Heaton on 09/27/2017 MUNIZ AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Puerto Rico A Kentucky Air National Guard unit opened an emergency aircraft cargo
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