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Joint Base San Antonio

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Joint Base San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas in the United States of America
The Administration Building at Joint Base San Antonio–Randolph with the Missing Man Monument in the foreground.
The Administration Building at Joint Base San Antonio–Randolph, with the Missing Man Monument in the foreground.
Joint Base San Antonio Logo.JPG
JB San Antonio is located in the United States
JB San Antonio
JB San Antonio
Location in the United States
Coordinates29°26′56″N 098°26′56″W / 29.44889°N 98.44889°W / 29.44889; -98.44889 (JB San Antonio)
TypeUS military Joint Base
Site information
OwnerDepartment of Defense
OperatorUnited States Air Force
Controlled byAir Education and Training Command (AETC)
ConditionOperational
Websitewww.jbsa.mil
Site history
Built
In use2010 (2010) – present (as Joint Base)
Garrison information
Current
commander
Brigadier General Laura L. Lenderman (USAF)
Garrison502nd Air Base Wing (Host)
Airfield information
JBSA AirfieldsSee each base's respective page for airfield data

Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) is a United States military facility located in San Antonio, Texas, USA. The facility is under the jurisdiction of the United States Air Force 502d Air Base Wing, Air Education and Training Command (AETC). The wing's three Mission Support Groups perform the installation support mission at the three bases that form JBSA.[1]

The facility is a Joint Base of the United States Army Fort Sam Houston, the United States Air Force Randolph Air Force Base, Lackland Air Force Base and Martindale Army Airfield, which were merged on 1 October 2010.[2][1]

Overview

JBSA was established in accordance with congressional legislation implementing the recommendations of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission. The legislation ordered the consolidation of the three facilities which were nearby, but separate military installations, into a single joint base, one of 12 formed in the United States as a result of the law.

Joint Base San Antonio supports a population of 80,000 and supports students at three installations annually of up to 138,000. Upon becoming the largest single DoD installation/enterprise, it has a total Plant Replacement Value of about 10.3 billion, lead a work force of over 8,000 personnel, manages an annual budget of 800 million, interface with 1,000 civic leaders of San Antonio, 20 smaller communities, four counties and four Congressional Districts, support more than 266 mission partners, supported and supporting units, and finally, support more than 250,000 other personnel including 425 retired general officers (2nd largest concentration in U.S.).[1]

Bases

Fort Sam Houston

The primary mission at Fort Sam Houston is as a medical training and support post. The 502d Mission Support Group performs the installation support mission . The post is the home of Army North, Army South, Army 5th Recruiting Brigade, Brooke Army Medical Center, the Institute of Surgical Research, the Army Medical Department Center and School, the Army Medical Command and the 502d Air Base Wing.[1]

Fort Sam Houston provides facilities to and support for the activities of garrison units and other tenant organizations. The post also supports the thousands of Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers who train there year round. Soldiers from Fort Sam Houston have participated in every American War since 1845 and have deployed worldwide in support of post-Cold War contingency operations.[1]

Together with Camp Stanley, Camp Bullis is part of the Leon Springs Military Reservation. Camp Bullis has provided firing ranges, training areas and logistics support to Fort Sam Houston and other active and reserve component units in South Texas for nearly 100 years. Its most frequent users are the Army Medical Department Center and School, Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute, Air Force Ground Combat Skills School and Army units stationed at Fort Sam Houston. There are currently 130 military personnel stationed at Bullis.[1]

Lackland Air Force Base

Lackland Air Force Base is home to more than 120 Department of Defense and associate organizations, including the 37th Training Wing, the largest training wing in the U.S. Air Force. Lackland is the Air Force's only site for enlisted basic military training, and also offers professional and technical skills, and English language training for members of the U.S. Air Force, other military services, government agencies, and allies. Its four primary training functions graduate more than 86,000 students annually.[1]

The 502d Installation Support Group performs the installation support mission, supporting the 25,000 people at Lackland. The 502d ISG is the largest support group in CONUS. Its 2,300 personnel provide numerous services including security forces, protection, personnel services, communications, infrastructure support, lodging, recreational activities and food services.[1]

Other major tenants include Air Reserve Command's 433d Airlift Wing, the Texas Air National Guard 149th Fighter Wing, the 59th Medical Wing, the Sixteenth Air Force, and the 67th Network Warfare Wing.[1]

Randolph Air Force Base

Randolph is named after Captain William Millican Randolph, a native of Austin, who was on the base naming committee at the time of his death in a crash. It serves as headquarters of the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) as well as the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) and is known as "the Showplace of the Air Force" because of the Spanish Colonial Revival Style architecture in which all structures including hangars were constructed. The symbol of the base is a large water tower atop Building 100, housing the headquarters for Randolph's major flying unit, the 12th Flying Training Wing (12 FTW). With its distinctive architecture, the wing's headquarters has come to be known throughout the Air Force as "the Taj Mahal," or simply "The Taj".[1]

Randolph Air Force Base is home to more than 30 Department of Defense units including Headquarters Air Education and Training Command, Air Force Personnel Center, Air Force Recruiting Service, and the 12th Flying Training Wing.[1]

The 902d Mission Support Group performs the installation support mission at Randolph. It is the focal point for all base activities. It is composed of the 902d Force Support Squadron; the 902d Communications Squadron; the 902d Civil Engineer Squadron; the 902d Contracting Squadron; the 902d Logistics Readiness Squadron, and 902d Comptroller Squadron. These units serve the needs of the wing and tenant units on the base, including more than 15,000 people on the base and more than 24,000 Air Force retirees in the local area.[1]

Former Bases

References

 This article incorporates public domain material from the Air Force Historical Research Agency website http://www.afhra.af.mil/.

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Joint Base San Antonio 502d ABW
  2. ^ About Joint Base San Antonio from the official website. Retrieved 1 March 2012

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