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  • JBSA bowling centers offer holiday activities

    Joint Base San Antonio bowling centers will be offering family activities, a giveaway and special game rates for bowlers during the holiday season.Holiday activities begin Dec. 17 at the JBSA-Randolph Bowling Center, building 870, with "Bowling with Santa and the Grinch" from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $12 per child, which includes two games of
  • Twins serve together at JBSA

    Although she is younger by 19 minutes, Staff Sgt. Codi Goodwin never misses an opportunity to brag about her older fraternal twin sister or tell people she also happens to be stationed at Joint Base San Antonio.“Whenever we get new command in, they always go around the room and ask one thing about you, so I always brag that I have a twin sister at
  • JBSA Outdoor Recreation can help plan for holiday activities

    Joint Base San Antonio Outdoor Recreation offers several options for active-duty members, retirees and Department of Defense civilians and their families who are planning activities during the holiday season.Whether it’s for an outdoor or indoor activity, JBSA Outdoor Recreation rents out equipment at all three JBSA locations, items include
  • Air Force Reserve provides option for separating active-duty members

    There comes a time in all Air Force members’ careers when they face a life-altering decision: what to do when their active-duty days are over.For many enlisted members and officers, continuing to serve their country as Air Force reservists offers one option.Air Force Reserve Command specialists assigned to Air Force installations worldwide provide
  • AETC launches Innovation Challenge

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxNDYHl2wZQThe AETC Innovation Challenge launches across the command today and continues through February 2017. AETC members are encouraged to submit innovative ideas for awards.“Every day, Airmen across our command find innovative ways to employ resources and get the mission done,” said Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson,
  • Legal office hosts Retiree Appreciation Day Dec. 12

    The 502nd Installation Support Group Legal Office is scheduled to host Retiree Appreciation Day Dec. 12 at 1701 Kenly Ave, building 2484, from 8:30a.m. to 12:30 p.m. During this time, retirees and their dependents can update the following documents: Last Will and Testament, General Power of Attorney, Special Power of Attorney, Medical Power of
  • 502nd ABW Safety Office reminds holiday travelers to plan and prepare

    With the winter holiday season being one of the busiest long-distance travel periods of the year, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation, the 502nd Air Base Wing Safety Office is reminding travelers to take several safety precautions and be prepared before heading out to their holiday destination.Whether it’s traveling by vehicle, plane
  • Holiday in Blue concerts to be held Dec. 10-11 at Laurie Auditorium

    The sounds of the holiday's will fill the air with two “Holiday in Blue” concert performances by the U.S. Air Force Band of the West at 3 p.m. Dec. 10 and 11 at Laurie Auditorium, Trinity University, in San Antonio.Tickets for the free concerts can be reserved at http://www.Eventbrite.com using search words “USAF Band of the West” and “San Antonio,
  • Drinking and driving this holiday season: a high price to pay

    The holidays are a time when friends and family gather together and express gratitude for all they have. It’s a time of food, fun and togetherness. In an instant, however, one bad decision can take all of that away. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 10,265 people across the United States died in 2015 due to
  • JBSA M&FRCs offer support groups for single parents

    Single parents on active duty can experience feelings of isolation as they deal with the stressors that affect them and their families.However, Joint Base San Antonio Military & Family Readiness Centers are addressing the concerns of single parents and offering them a support network to help them better cope with the challenges they face.“The