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  • Captain Marvel Exhibit aims to inspire Mach-21 Airmen

    The release of “Captain Marvel” in theaters around the globe March 8 aims to inspire the general population, but at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, an exclusive exhibit aims to inspire our future Mach-21 Airmen at the Gateway to the Air Force.On February 22, an exclusive exhibit featuring props, imagery and artifacts from “Captain Marvel” landed
  • 37th Training Wing bivouac builds readiness, camaraderie

    37th Training Wing personnel participated in a bivouac exercise Feb 12 - 13, at the Basic Expeditionary Airman Skills Training (BEAST) site at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland-Medina Annex, Texas.The first of its kind 36-hour exercise focused on instilling the air expeditionary mindset, building individual and team confidence, and identifying
  • Father, son share Air Force journey

    For some, joining the Air Force at a young age may seem like the only option, but for others it only gets better with age. U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Moises Garrido, 19th Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment apprentice, decided to follow his dream and serve alongside his son by enlisting in the Air Force at age 37.
  • Basic Military Training puts focus on heritage

    Basic Military Training has implemented several heritage-based programs in an effort to better connect Airmen to the Air Force core values.
  • From start to finish: Air Force Reserve MTI's lead BMT total force flights

    JOINT-BASE SAN ANTONIO-Randolph, Texas –Ten Air Force Reserve 433rd Training Squadron military training instructors guided four total force basic military training flights through eight and a half weeks of training and education in preparation for their Dec. 14 BMT graduation at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. It was the first time in the
  • Battlefield Airmen now developed using tech advantages

    The Battlefield Airmen Training Group, with squadrons located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland; Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico; and Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina, continues pushing boundaries; training innovative, scholarly, tactical athletes for U.S. Special Operations Forces.
  • PJ Rodeo tests for the "Best PJ"

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas — More than 400 current and former pararescuemen, or PJs, and spectators gathered Sept. 17 to 21 for the 10th biennial PJ Rodeo, a chance for active-duty, Reserve and retired PJs to gather and compete in two-man teams for the title of “Best PJ,” here.  “It’s a competition that everyone takes seriously, but more importantly it’s
  • Commentary: Telling my Air Force story through Recruiter Assistance Program

    Since my enlistment, I’ve been infatuated with the Air Force and all it has to offer. So, naturally, I was super excited for the chance to tell people my story and help others get started on what could be their active-duty journey, as well.
  • IAAFA continues decades old tradition with “Alamo Wing” visit

    IAAFA continues decades old tradition with “Alamo Wing” visit
  • SERE candidates face trial by fire at JBSA-Camp Bullis

    Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape, or SERE, candidates must overcome roughly a year’s worth of demanding training before calling themselves SERE specialists. Their trails start with the SERE Specialist Training and Orientation Course, or SST-OC.
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