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  • Airmen urged to maintain healthy dental habits during COVID-19 pandemic

    In March, the U.S. Air Force began deferring routine and non-urgent dental care to slow the spread of COVID-19. In alignment with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Dental Association and Department of Defense policies, most dental care has been deferred, with the exception of emergencies, cases considered medically necessary, and care for deploying and deployed personnel.
  • JBSA ground transportation adapts to fight COVID-19

    Joint Base San Antonio installations have begun segregating buses by health status to contain the spread of COVID-19 and ensure that the JBSA community stays healthy. As of March 21, all buses on any of the bases will be labeled either green, yellow, or red, to denote who can and cannot ride in which vehicles.
  • DOD plans for resumption of normal operations after pandemic

    Defense Department planners are working on how to resume normal military operations following the coronavirus pandemic, Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Rath Hoffman said.
  • Registration opens for Virtual Military Spouse Symposium

    Military spouses can learn about the federal job search, how to make a career change, polishing their resumes and much more at the fourth annual Virtual Military Spouse Symposium. The Department of Defense Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program will host the symposium April 29-30.
  • Watch LIVE: AETC Airmen and Family Wellness Town Hall, Apr. 27, 5:30 pm CST

    Air Education and Training Command will host an Airmen and Family Wellness Town Hall live on the command's Facebook page Monday, Apr. 27, beginning at 5:30 p.m. CST.
  • Want to transfer into the Space Force? Application period opens May 1

    The U.S. Space Force announced recently the opportunity for U.S. Air Force active duty members to volunteer to officially transfer into the new service begins May 1.
  • JBSA receives $9M in state grant funding for electrical upgrades

    Through a state grant, Joint Base San Antonio is slated for $9 million in upgrades to bolster physical security for its electrical infrastructure and replace overhead transmission lines with underground lines at one of its installations.
  • First Sergeants adapt to COVID-19 pandemic

    The job of a First Sergeant is critical to the care and well-being of military members across the Air Force. The job, as with many others, has seen a few changes since the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • New Spouse Orientation – For Spouses, By Spouses

    Welcome to the Air Force family! We are excited for you and your next chapter of your Air Force journey. Under normal circumstances, the key spouses from the 737th Training Group (TRG) hold a weekly briefing before the Coin Ceremony (also known as Retreat). The briefing is especially for fiancés and spouses of graduating airmen. As you know, the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic has suspended our normal ceremonies. However, the 737th TRG key spouses still wanted to reach out to our new Air Force spouses, answer your most frequently asked questions, and provide you with what resources are available to Air Force families. Our goal at each week’s briefing is to make sure new spouses feel welcomed, appreciated and connected. We hope the information below is helpful to you! 
  • COVID-19 Update #6

    Our lines of effort continue to increase as we begin week six of what has been the longest continuous mobilization of New Hampshire National Guard resources for a domestic response in the past half century. Not since an 18-month stretch from 2006 to 2007, when three separate 100-year storms devastated the Granite State with severe flooding, has the National Guard been used with such frequency.
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