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  • Reserve Citizen Airmen participate in NATO Days air show

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing’s 68th Airlift Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, and the Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron – 773, Det. Alpha, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Louisiana, participated in the 22nd annual NATO Days and 13th Czech

  • AGR program changes on the horizon

    In line with Lt. Gen. John Healy’s strategic priorities of “Ready Now!” and “Transforming for the Future,” Air Force Reserve Command is instituting changes to the Active Guard and Reserve program effective Oct. 1.

  • Stage 4 water restrictions implemented across JBSA

    The Comal Spring 10-day average spring flow has dropped below 100 cubic feet per second, or CFS, and is was at 96 CFS as of 7 p.m. Aug. 12. The Edwards Aquifer Authority, or EAA, recently announced Stage 4, however our requirements are with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

  • DOD releases first department-wide social media policy 

    The Defense Department released a policy that spells out how DOD military and civilian personnel should use official social media accounts to best advance the mission of the U.S. military and further instill trust in the credibility of the DOD. 

  • Military Public Affairs Officers lay foundation for partnerships

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Military Public Affairs Officers from around San Antonio attended an inaugural roundtable hosted by the 502nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office July 12, 2022, at the San Antonio Area Foundation's Wells Center. In this first of its' kind collaboration at JBSA, a

  • 433rd ASTS trains for readiness

    Members of the 433rd Aeromedical Staging Squadron performed ground patient movement training Aug. 7, using simulated patients and a C-124 Globemaster II aircraft static display. The exercise was the first for the squadron since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.