Joint Base San Antonio Community

Arrival

San Antonio Randolph Air Force Base Arrival

 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From San Antonio International Airport

Take Loop 410 east to Interstate 35 north (toward Austin). Exit Pat Booker Road, which runs directly to the front gate of Randolph.

CHECK-IN PROCEDURES

Once you arrive at Randolph AFB, report to your commander support staff with your sealed records. Upon signing in with your unit, you will be scheduled for required inprocessing appointments.

If you or a family member needs a CAC or ID card, that will be handled through the military personnel flight. Military members can and are encouraged to make appointments for ID cards.

If you arrive to JBSA-Randolph after 4:30 p.m. or on a weekend or holiday, go to Randolph’s 24-hour arrival point, the Randolph lodging office, in Building 112. Report to your commander support staff the next duty day.

TEMPORARY LODGING

Randolph Inn

Building 112, 415 B St. E……………………………………..210-652-1844

http://af.dodlodging.net/propertys/JBSA—Randolph-AFB 

The Randolph Inn provides safe, comfortable and clean accommodations for incoming personnel and their families who are being assigned to JBSA-Randolph. Amenities include cable TV, coffee makers, microwaves and refrigerators. Pet-friendly units are available. For current rates and booking information, visit the DOD dodging website.

Related Posts
Thunderbird pilots perform the Superbowl flyover. They fly over Superbowl XLIX at the University of Phoenix Stadium in 2015.Thunderbird pilots perform the Superbowl flyover. They fly over Superbowl XLIX at the University of Phoenix Stadium in 2015.
This year, a familiar part of the show, the Superbowl flyover, is taking place yet again, but its…
Captain Janet Days, Executive Officer Naval Station Norfolk, addresses Sailors during a Black History Month ceremony onboard NAVSTACaptain Janet Days, Executive Officer Naval Station Norfolk, addresses Sailors during a Black History Month ceremony onboard NAVSTA
Defining the responsibilities of a CO can prove difficult at a lower level, as there are plenty of…
U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan, incoming Air Mobility Command commander, gives a speech at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, Oct. 5, 2021. Minihan, succeeded Gen. Jacqueline D. Van Ovost. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Isaac Olivera)U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan, incoming Air Mobility Command commander, gives a speech at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, Oct. 5, 2021. Minihan, succeeded Gen. Jacqueline D. Van Ovost. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Isaac Olivera)
Minihan’s reputation, education, and experience proceed him. The four stars alone tell his story. But despite his insight,…