JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO

JBSA - Fort Sam Houston

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History

San Antonio Fort Sam Houston History

 

Located in the heart of San Antonio, JBSA-Fort Sam Houston is the birthplace of military aviation and saw the development of the concept of airborne operations. The post evolved into the “Home of Army Medicine” after World War II and into the “Home of Military Medicine.”

The post is home to the 502nd Force Support Group, U.S. Army North and South, U.S. Army Medical Command, the Army Medical Department Center and School, the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute and the San Antonio Military Entrance Processing Station. The post manages the 27,900-acre Camp Bullis Military Training Reservation northwest of San Antonio as well. For a full list of mission partners at JBSA, visit www.jbsa.mil/Mission-Partners.

Fort Sam Houston was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1975 as one of the Army’s oldest installations. The fort boasts the largest collection of historic structures. Careful preservation of these areas allows the post to live with its history, surrounded by the traditions of excellence established when the first soldier arrived there in 1845.

HISTORY

Soldiers have been the midwives for the birth of San Antonio, starting with the Spanish who set up a fort in 1718 between the San Antonio River and San Pedro Creek in an effort to combat Native Americans, block contraband flowing between French Louisiana and interior Mexico, support five Franciscan missions and keep settlers from killing each other.

When Mexico won its independence from Spain in 1823, Mexican troops replaced the Spanish, to be replaced in turn by Texian forces after Gen. Sam Houston and his ragtag revolutionary Texian army, 900 strong and mostly armed with squirrel rifles and Bowie knives, fell upon Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna’s 1,200 soldiers as they napped and routed them in 18 minutes at the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836.

In turn, with Texas poised for statehood in 1845, three companies of U.S. Army dragoons hotfooted it down from Oklahoma to set up a post that autumn near the Alamo, whose defenders, including Davy Crockett, had been overwhelmed and slaughtered by Santa Anna. The Army established a garrison and regional headquarters in rented buildings and a quartermaster supply depot in the Alamo. If not for the Army, the Alamo might be a parking lot today; an Army quartermaster countermanded another’s order to tear down the battered old shrine and directed that it be repaired and preserved.

In the late 1870s, the Army relocated to what officially became Fort Sam Houston (1890), intended as a permanent post and as home to the San Antonio Quartermaster Depot and a Department of Texas headquarters. The limestone quadrangle was completed in February 1878; its clock tower is the oldest building on post.

Apache leader Geronimo and 32 of his surviving warriors were held for a little over a month in the quadrangle in 1886 while U.S. officials bickered over whether they should be treated as prisoners of war or tried in civilian court, giving rise to the apocryphal tale that the quadrangle was stocked with the deer, peacocks, ducks and bunnies that roam there freely because Geronimo would not eat anything he had not hunted.

Fort Sam Houston’s steady expansion brought it new missions. Military aviation — what eventually became the Air Force — began at the fort in 1910 with a single biplane purchased from the Wright brothers in 1909. The plane was dispatched to Fort Sam Houston with a pilot, Lt. Benjamin D. Foulois, who later said his orders were to “take plenty of spare parts and teach yourself to fly.”

The first flights at Fort Sam Houston — four, on March 2, 1910 — lasted for 7.5, 10, 21 and 21 minutes, respectively, and the final one might have lasted longer but the plane crashed.

Signal Corps 1, like its sister aircraft, had skids beneath and used rails or a catapult to launch. A pair of Fort Sam Houston aircraft mechanics tinkered with the undercarriage and by August had created a tricycle-style landing gear with wheels. The wheels made it far easier to set the plane down and changed the course of aeronautical engineering.

Removing battle casualties by aircraft was developed at the fort by 1917, and delivering troops by air to battlefields was being tested there as early as 1939. U.S. Border Patrol and Customs agents realized how useful aircraft would be for searching the wild desert between the U.S. and Mexico for smugglers. Denied help by Congress, the agents patched together rickety airplanes seized from smugglers and took to the air. With connivance from Army troops, they stashed their planes in an old hangar at Fort Sam Houston, and their success forced Washington to relent, make their ad hoc operation official and transfer it to the Coast Guard, which had trained pilots and mechanics.

From 1910 until the outbreak of World War II, Fort Sam Houston was the largest Army post in the United States. Medical care has been a post component since its first small dispensary and hospital opened in 1879. Fort Sam Houston now is the largest and most important military medical training facility in the world. It is known as the “Home of Army Medicine” and “Home of the Combat Medic.”

The first permanent hospital was built in 1886, and an 84-bed station hospital entered service in 1907. Brig. Gen. Roger Brooke took over the station hospital from 1929 to 1933 and initiated routine chest X-rays in military medicine. A new 418-bed station hospital opened in 1937 and was the first step toward the Army’s redirecting Fort Sam Houston from an infantry to a medical post.

Swamped by World War II casualties, the station hospital expanded in 1941. In 1944 it changed its name to Brooke General Hospital to honor the brigadier general, and expanded again in 1944. With World War II’s end in 1945, the next year the Army decided to consolidate its medical research and training and chose Fort Sam Houston for the site. Brooke General Hospital was renamed Brooke Army Medical Center.

A replacement hospital dedicated in 1996 was expanded in 2011 and renamed San Antonio Military Medical Center. Brooke Army Medical Center is the umbrella command headquarters for all military medical operations in San Antonio, including SAMMC.

Organizations

San Antonio Fort Sam Houston Organizations

 

502ND FORCE SUPPORT GROUP

The groups under the Air Force’s 502nd Air Base Wing provide the services that keep JBSA running smoothly, but under slightly different names and with slightly different responsibilities on each of the three installations. On JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, the 502nd Force Support Group is divided into two support squadrons, one dealing with morale, welfare and recreation (including community and student activity centers, and fitness, child and youth programs), and the other with dining facilities and lodging, personnel policies and procedures, and readiness.

U.S. ARMY NORTH

Headquartered at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, this land component command is responsible for homeland defense and defensive support of civil authorities. Known as the U.S. Fifth Army during World War II, it was pivotal to the success of the Allies’ Italian campaign against the Germans, despite its heavy losses.

U.S. ARMY SOUTH

Under the U.S. Southern Command, U.S. Army South has played a crucial security role along the Panama Canal and in Latin America and the Caribbean since its inception in 1904. Today, its geographic responsibilities extend to 31 countries and 15 areas of special sovereignty and cover about 15.6 million square miles.

U.S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND

MEDCOM, with its headquarters at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, oversees the Army’s global medical, dental and veterinary facilities that provide preventive care and treatment, medical research, and medical development and training.

ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT CENTER AND SCHOOL

The Army Medical Department Center is where the department formulates its medical organization, tactics, doctrine and equipment. The school is where the Army educates and trains all of its medical personnel. Together, the center and school design, train, educate and inspire the world’s premier military medical force to enable readiness and strengthen America’s Army.

DEFENSE MEDICAL READINESS TRAINING INSTITUTE

By the late 1970s, the number of combat-ready medics had sunk so low that it was called a “war-stopper,” and the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute was among congressional and military moves to rebuild. The institute is a tri-service organization staffed by U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force professionals. The institute offers both resident and nonresident joint medical readiness training courses as well as professional medical programs. Courses are offered in trauma and burn care, disaster preparedness and humanitarian assistance, as well as preparation and responses to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive threats.

SAN ANTONIO MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING STATION

U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command is composed of two geographical sectors and is staffed with personnel from all military services. Its motto of “Freedom’s Front Door” reflects the joint command’s purpose of screening and processing applicants to the U.S. armed forces. The San Antonio Military Entrance Processing Station is one of a network of 65 MEPS located nationwide and in Puerto Rico.

Arrival

San Antonio Fort Sam Houston Arrival

 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From San Antonio International Airport

To drive from the airport to JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, go west on Airport Boulevard toward the Airport Exit, turn right onto South Terminal Drive, and then turn left onto U.S. Highway 218 north/McAllister Freeway. Merge onto U.S. 281 south via the ramp on the left toward downtown San Antonio. Take the Interstate 35 north exit on the left toward Austin, exit at Walters Street and then turn left on Walters Street. Go straight on to the decal or visitor gate at the fort.

CHECK-IN PROCEDURES

Officers arriving at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston should sign in to register at the headquarters unit or activity to which they’ve been assigned. Enlisted soldiers should sign in at the orderly room of the organization to which they’ve been assigned or attached. All soldiers — officers or enlisted — should check with their unit personnel NCO reference security processing.

Permanent-party soldiers will be given an inprocessing appointment after they have signed in at their units. Soldiers report to Building 2263, Room 312, at 7:15 a.m. for inprocessing. They should bring their Personnel Records Review, PERSTEMPO, assignment memorandum from the company, duty memorandum and leave form (DA-31) signed by the approving authority.

All tech school airmen should report to the Academic Support Building, Building 1467. There, military training leaders will give them the directions and scheduling they need to complete their inprocessing.

Finance, housing, security, vehicle registration and transportation offices in Building 2263 can help with relocation needs. For more assistance, call information at 210-221-9274/9268.

TEMPORARY LODGING

Candlewood Suites

2800 Scott Road..........................................210-357-2705

Holiday Inn Expresses

3298 Chambers Pass....................................210-357-2705

3825 Dickman Road.....................................210-357-2705

IHG Army Hotels

1951 Staff Post Road...................................210-357-2705

3325 William Hardee Road...........................210-357-2705

www.ihg.com/armyhotels 

There are five on-post hotels that provide temporary lodging for incoming JBSA-Fort Sam Houston personnel. Amenities vary at each location, but may include wireless internet, free breakfast, health and fitness centers, pools, area shuttles and more. Pet-friendly units are available.

Arrange for temporary quarters as soon as you receive your PCS. For reservations, current room rates and information on check-in locations for each hotel, go to the IHG Army Hotels website.

Getting Settled

San Antonio Fort Sam Houston Getting Settled

 

HEALTH CARE

Brooke Army Medical Center

3551 Roger Brooke Drive

Information................................................210-916-7500

Appointments.............................................210-916-9900

Pharmacy..................................................210-916-1536

www.bamc.amedd.army.mil 

Brooke Army Medical Center at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston provides care to military service members, their families, veterans and civilian emergency patients. As a proud partner within the San Antonio Military Health System, the center’s facilities provide comprehensive care for more than 250,000 military beneficiaries living throughout the area. The center and its Air Force partner, the 59th Medical Wing, including the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, forged the SAMHS to optimize military medical resources in and around JBSA.

As the sole verified Level I trauma center within the Department of Defense, Brooke Army Medical Center provides emergency services during 80,000 emergency department visits annually and serves as the premier medical readiness training platform for both the Army and the Air Force. A verified burn center serves alongside the Level I trauma center to provide emergency services for residents from 22 separate counties in South Texas.

Brooke Army Medical Center facilities include the San Antonio Military Medical Center, the Center for the Intrepid (an extremity injury rehabilitation center), the Westover Medical Home, the Capt. Jennifer M. Moreno Primary Care Clinic, the McWethy Troop Medical Clinic, the Taylor Burk Clinic at Camp Bullis, the Schertz Medical Home and the Corpus Christi Occupational Health Clinic.

Brooke Army Medical Center’s departments and services include behavioral health, emergency medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, optometry, orthopedics, pediatrics, radiology, surgery and more. For more information on the center’s facilities, clinics and services, visit the center’s website.

HOUSING

Housing Referral Services

3171 Zinn Road
...................................210-295-8539/8564/8569/8635

www.housing.af.mil/Units/Joint-Base-San-Antonio 

The Fort Sam Houston Housing Referral Services Office is ready to help you transition to your new home and community. Use its resources to become familiar with available housing options and support services. When you arrive at Fort Sam Houston, visit the office for valuable information, counseling and guidance before signing any lease or sales contract for housing.

Unaccompanied Housing

2250 Engineer St., Suite 7

Brenner Barracks............................210-221-0190/2087

NCO Barracks.........................................210-221-2087

Okubo Barracks..............................210-916-1134/1156

www.housing.af.mil/Units/Joint-Base-San-Antonio 

Unaccompanied housing is provided for unaccompanied airmen in the ranks of E-1 to E-3 and E-4 with less than three years of service and for unaccompanied soldiers in the ranks of E-1 to E-5. Each service member is provided a shared suite with a private sleeping room with the furnishings, bed linens and supplies required for comfortable living. Room arrangements may vary depending on location. Unaccompanied airmen in the rank of E-4 with more than three years of service and unaccompanied soldiers in the rank of E-6 and above will move into housing in the local community.

Permanent-party unaccompanied housing is on the main post and the Medical Center Annex and is centrally managed. Brenner Barracks on the main post has 288 barracks spaces in a 1+1 configuration with kitchenettes. The new NCO barracks across the street from Brenner Barracks has 96 barracks spaces in a 1+1 configuration with full kitchens. Okubo Barracks on the Medical Center Annex has 296 barracks spaces in a 1+1 configuration with kitchenettes.

Rooms with full kitchens have cooktops and refrigerators, and each room has a microwave. Common areas include laundry rooms, day rooms with 52-inch flat-screen televisions, pool and foosball tables, gaming systems, Wi-Fi access, popcorn and vending machines, full kitchens for holiday parties, recreational areas for barbecues, and basketball and tennis courts.

Smoking and pets are banned from the barracks. During orientation, the unaccompanied housing facility manager will let you know all Army, Air Force and fort-specific policies.

Fort Sam Houston Family Housing

2739 Dickman Road...............................210-270-7638

https://lincolnmilitary.com/installations/fort-sam-houston 

Lincoln Military Housing owns the family housing and maintains, repairs and manages the Fort Sam Houston family housing community. Military personnel can opt to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease with Lincoln Military Housing. There are no application or deposit fees and an on-site maintenance team is available around the clock to resolve problems.

The Lincoln Military Housing community is comparable to housing off post but offers many amenities and support services, such as community events that provide residents of all ages with free, fun and educational events and activities. Community features include tot lots, playgrounds, pools, resident centers and more.

Those who choose to live in the community will sign a tenant lease agreement, typically for a one-year term, that includes a military clause and a lease termination clause. You pay your monthly rent by authorizing an allotment of your BAH to be paid directly to the resident center. If you move before the allotment start date, you will pay a prorated amount directly to the center. The tenant lease agreement will spell out the rent payment terms and conditions.

MAIL

Post Office

2492 Stanley Road..............................210-226-0089

www.usps.com 

The installation’s full-service post office provides window service on weekdays and Saturday. The lockbox lobby is open 24/7.

If you need to send mail to JBSA-Fort Sam Houston before your arrival, address it to:

Your Name

JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Post Office

General Delivery

JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234

The post office will hold mail for 15 days if incoming from CONUS, 45 days if incoming from OCONUS.

RELIGIOUS GUIDANCE

After-hours Emergency Pastoral Needs

JBSA Command Post........................................210-221-9363

Chaplain’s Office......................................210-221-5004/5937

Main Post Chapel

2301 Wilson Way.............................................210-221-2754

AMEDD Chapel

3545 Garden Ave.............................................210-221-3231

Brooke Army Medical Center Chapel

3551 Roger Brooke Road..................................210-916-1105

Dodd Field Chapel

5584 Dodd Blvd..............................................210-221-5010

www.jbsa.mil/Resources/Chaplain-Services/JBSA-Fort-Sam-Houston-Chaplain 

Fort Sam Houston chapels support the religious needs of all post members. The chapels offer many programs, including Buddhist, Catholic, Jewish, Islamic, Latter-day Saints and Protestant services. Chaplains also offer marriage, family and individual counseling and therapy. Services include individual and family counseling, marital and premarital counseling and assessment, and predeployment and post-deployment assistance. Areas addressed include blended families, conflict resolution, divorce recovery, trauma, anger, anxiety and stress, depression and spiritual issues. All services are free and confidential.

If you are seeking spiritual support for any denomination or faith group, contact the chaplain’s office. For current service times, visit the chaplain website.

Serving You

San Antonio Fort Sam Houston Serving You

 

DINING

Back Swing Cafe (Golf Course)

1050 Harry Wurzbach Road............................................210-221-5863

Rocco Dining Facility

Building 2745, Schofield Road.........................................210-221-3608

Sam Houston Lanes Grille (Bowling Center)

Building 2521...............................................................210-221-5029

Slagel Dining Facility

Building 1287, Harney Path....................................210-808-1536/1532

Student Activity Center Snack Bar

Building 1477.......................................................210-466-5047/5049

For hours, menus and special event information, visit https://jbsatoday.com/Dining%20Facilities and www.jbsa.mil/Resources/DiningFacility.

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Broadway Bank

2302 Stanley Road......................................................210-227-7131

3600 George C. Beach Ave. (Brooke Army Medical Center) 210-227-7131

https://broadway.bank 

RECREATION

For information about the recreational programs at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, visit the 502nd Force Support Squadron online at https://jbsatoday.com.

Aquatic Center

Building 3300............................................................210-221-4887

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Aquatic-Center 

The aquatic center has a 50-meter Olympic-size pool, three water slides, lap lanes and more. Lifeguard classes and individual and group swimming lessons are available, and pool managers often host special events such as triathlons, dive-in movies and Dog Day at the Pool.

Bowling Center

Building 2521...................................................210-221-4740/3683

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Bowling-Center 

The bowling center has 24 lanes, a computerized scoring system, a snack bar, locker rentals, tournaments and leagues. Lanes can be reserved for private parties and unit training.

Community Center

Building 1395...................................................210-808-6262/6263

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Community-Center 

The Sam Houston Community Center features the ticket office, free Wi-Fi, a game room with pool tables and flat-screen televisions with cable. The center’s catering service and relaxing atmosphere are ideal for conferences and events.

Community Theater

Building 2652..........................................................210-222-9694

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Harlequin-Theater 

As one of the few performing arts theaters in the military, the Harlequin produces a variety of theatrical productions throughout the year, from musicals and mysteries to Shakespeare and Simon with the help of volunteer performers.

Equestrian Center

Building 3550...........................................................210-224-7207

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Equestrian-Center 

The equestrian center provides boarding opportunities for privately owned horses as well as private and group riding lessons, pony and trail rides, and youth horsemanship camps. The center also hosts special events and programs for Warriors in Transition.

Fitness Centers

Central Post Gym

Building 961...........................................................210-221-3593

Fitness Center on the Medical Education and Training Campus

Building 1369.........................................................210-808-5709

Jimmy Brought Fitness Center

Building 320..........................................................210-221-1234

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Fitness 

The Central Post Gym features cardio equipment, a half court for basketball, a free weight room, functional fitness workouts and locker rooms. Built in 1945, the newly remodeled gym does not have central air or TVs. All you have to lose is a few pounds of sweat!

The fitness center on the Medical Education and Training Campus features cardio equipment with personalized TV monitors, a gymnasium, an indoor track and more.

The Jimmy Brought Fitness Center has areas for cardio, aerobics, weight lifting and leisure sports. The center features basketball and racquetball courts as well.

Golf Club

1050 Harry Wurzbach Road.....................210-221-5863/222-9386

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Golf-Course 

The Fort Sam Houston Golf Club has two 18-hole championship golf courses, La Loma Grande and Salado Del Rio, which have hosted the All-Army Championship and the Texas Open. Members and nonmembers alike can take advantage of practice chipping and pitching greens, a lighted driving range, rental carts and clubs, private cart storage, pull carts and more. Beginners and seasoned players have access to lessons and clinics from PGA professionals. Golfers and their guests can enjoy food and drinks from the full-service grill at Back Swing Cafe.

Outdoor Recreation Center

Building 3538................................................210-221-5224/5225

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Outdoor-Rec 

The Outdoor Recreation Center has everything you need for an outdoor adventure, fishing trip or family reunion, from tents and trailers to boats and bikes. The center also issues passes for the RV storage lot and permits for the used car display lot.

Recreational Vehicle Park

Building 3514........................................................210-221-5502

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-RV-Park 

The RV park has pull-through, full-hookup RV sites. Sites consist of a concrete pad with a patio, picnic table and grill. Restrooms, showers, a coin-operated laundry facility, a playground, a small convenience store and a lounge are on site.

Salado Park

W.W. White Road...........................................210-221-5224/5225

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Outdoor-Rec 

The 13-acre Salado Park, along the banks of Salado Creek, has picnic areas, a volleyball court, a playground, fishing in the naturally limestone-floored creek and a nature walk as well as many large oak and pecan trees for a canopy of natural shade. Reservations for picnic areas in the park may be made through the Outdoor Recreation Center.

Ticket Office

Building 1395...............................................210-808-1376/1378

https://jbsatoday.com/FSH-Ticket-Office 

The Information and Ticket Office has discount tickets for local amusement parks and attractions, as well as theme parks such as Disney World, Universal Studios and the San Diego Zoo.

Student Activity Center

Building 1477...............................................210-466-5047/5049

https://jbsatoday.com/node/276 

The three-story Student Activity Center, in the heart of the Medical Education and Training Campus, has seating areas where enlisted students enrolled in medical education can sit and visit, study or relax during lunch or after class. The center has Wi-Fi access throughout as well as a coffee bar, snack bar, mini theater, music department, roof garden, student business hub and game zone. The center’s lower level features a club with a dance floor, karaoke, pool tables, dart boards and more.

SHOPPING

Exchange

Building 2420, 2503 Funston Road.........................210-225-5566

www.shopmyexchange.com 

Food Court

American Eatery....................................210-224-4694, ext. 328

Anthony’s Pizza.....................................210-224-4694, ext. 329

Baskin-Robbins.....................................210-224-4694, ext. 326

Charleys Philly Steaks................................................no phone

Seattle’s Best Coffee..................................................no phone

Subway.............................................................210-225-4694

Services

Barbershop.........................................................210-224-4360

Beauty Shop.......................................................210-212-8410

Firestone Auto Care.............................................210-224-0209

Floral Shop.........................................................210-222-1601

GameStop..........................................................210-595-8762

GNC..................................................................210-225-7995

Jewelry and Watch Repair....................................210-223-2275

Mobile Center.....................................................210-225-9541

T-Shirt Shop......................................................210-277-1881

Things Remembered...........................................210-229-0696

Building 372

Enterprise Car Rental..........................................210-222-8251

Optical Center....................................................210-226-1362

Optometrist.......................................................210-223-1104

The Spa............................................................210-223-9337

UPS Store..........................................................210-223-0011

Building 2735

Domino’s...........................................................210-510-1555

Jimmy John’s Sandwiches....................................210-564-9337

UPS Store.........................................................210-227-4092

Building 4188

Alterations.........................................................210-222-0508

Military Clothing Store................210-221-3595/4861/5111/4873

Sport & Embroidery............................................210-299-1988

Army Medical Department Facilities

Building 2841

Barbershop........................................................210-225-1118

Book Store.........................................................210-225-4757

Starbucks..........................................................210-225-7717

Camp Bullis Facilities

Building 5184

Barbershop........................................................210-698-2476

Burger King.......................................................210-698-1121

Retail................................................................210-698-1183

Expresses and Class Sixes

Building 331.......................................................210-225-0216

Building 890.......................................................210-225-3589

Building 2400.....................................................210-221-2728

Building 2610.....................................................210-221-3301

Mini Exchange and Home and Garden

Building 350.......................................................210-225-4785

................................................................210-228-9848/9428

Mini-Mall and Facilities

Building 1387

5 Star Nutrition...................................................210-354-7035

Barbershop.........................................................210-225-2357

Burger King........................................................210-221-3615

Domino’s............................................................210-507-5656

Laundry, Dry Cleaner, Alterations..........................210-229-1488

Retail Store........................................................210-221-4612

Subway.............................................................210-221-3615

Tactical Shop......................................................210-223-1776

Taco Bell...........................................................210-221-3615

Wing Zone.........................................................210-221-3615

Restaurants

Burger King, Building 2540...................................210-223-1199

Einstein Bros. Bagels

Building 1179.....................................................210-223-1300

Building 2261.....................................................210-271-3496

Popeyes, Building 380.........................................210-270-0591

Subway

Building 2261......................................................210-271-3495

Building 2841......................................................210-225-7717

San Antonio Military Medical Center Facilities

Building 3600

Barbershop.........................................................210-227-7280

Burger King.........................................................210-229-9112

Floral Shop..........................................................210-222-8184

Retail.................................................................210-229-9117

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