• Air Force officials announce preferred and reasonable alternative bases for TACP training

    Air Force officials announced Joint Base San Antonio - Lackland, Texas, as the preferred alternative to host the Terminal Air Control Party (TACP) School. Officials announced Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., as the reasonable alternative.Recent and current operations have created an increase in demand for TACPs to support Army units. The current TACP
  • New Airman Training Center opens at JBSA-Lackland

    First of the New Airman Training Center dormitory and dining/classroom facilities opens at JBSA-Lackland replacing aging facilities. The 323rd Training Squadron moved from the old to new dorms Dec. 14, 2012.
  • 737th Training Group members elf it up

    During the holiday season, members of the 737th Training Group took time out of the busy training schedule to spread holiday cheer at Grayson Square Health Care Center, which provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in San Antonio.Since 1999, members of the training group have made it a tradition to give
  • Holiday Break for Students

    It's time to lock up the toolboxes, close the student study guides, and hang up the Air Force Uniform. It's time for a holiday break for the 344th Training Squadron Detachment 1, Vehicle Management Schoolhouse in Port Hueneme Naval Base, Calif. The two-week pause will give students a chance to visit family and friends all over the nation, flying
  • International students epitomize wingmanship

    The bond developed between two international students and was forever sealed because of what happened during a Defense Language Institute-English Language Course Field Studies Program weekend trip to Houston.Egyptian Maj. Wael Mahmoud Thabit Saidin showed a fellow student, Montenegrin Maj. Krunoslav Skupnjak,the true meaning of being aWingman
  • New training complex benefits Airmen, Air Force

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas (AFNS) -- The Air Force ushered in a new era for basic military training with the first new recruit housing facilities opened in 36 years at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland during ceremonies Dec. 7.The 37th Training Wing opened Airman Training Complex No. 1 and Dining/Classroom Facility No. 1 with a ribbon
  • Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Airman Presented the 2011 Mackay Trophy

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas - During the National Aeronautic Association's annual Fall Awards Banquet, November 15, 2012, in Arlington, Va., Tech. Sergeant Heath W. Culbertson was awarded the 2011 Mackay Trophy.Culbertson was recognized by the Air Force in October when the Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III presented him
  • Air Force NCO training takes on international flavor

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO -- LACKLAND, Texas (AFNS) -- Eight Latin American students from Chile, Paraguay and Panama, and two U.S. Air Force students graduated from the Inter-American Air Forces Academy NCO course here Nov. 12, 2012.The INCOA NCO course supports the Inter-American Air Forces Academy's mission to foster enduring Inter-American
  • Help wanted by the dozen

    The JBSA-Lackland Airmen' s Holiday Cookie Caper is a base-wide cookie drive with a lofty goal. The Cookie Caper needs more than 1,500 dozen cookies to provide a taste of home to Airmen who remain in the dorms during the holidays.Members of the base community can drop store bought or home-made cookies at the Freedom Chapel Parking Lot on Monday,