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  • 12th OSS Airmen participate in tandem freefall jump training

    Three U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 12th Operations Support Squadron had the opportunity to participate in a tandem freefall jump training exercise with members of the 4th Marine Reconnaissance Battalion at South Texas Regional Airport at Hondo, Texas, Dec. 11, 2020.

  • 12th OSS Airman receives STEP promotion

    Staff Sgt. Garrett McNeely, 12th Operations Support Squadron, Aerospace Physiology NCOIC logistics, received his technical sergeant stripe under the Air Force's Stripes for Exceptional Performers November 13, 2020 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.

  • JBSA partners with local governments to ensure citizen, pilot safety

    To ensure the safety of base aircrew and citizens residing near Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, a blanket Intergovernmental Support Agreement was utilized for the first time with the Alamo Area Council of Governments which incorporates a contract managed by Universal City, Texas. This historic

  • 12th FTW protocol chief recognized for a job well done

    Lt. Gen. Marshall Webb, Air Education and Training Command commander, presented the Award for Civilian Achievement to Ty Reyes, 12th Flying Training Wing protocol chief, September 22, 2020 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.

  • 12th FTW demos remotely controlled aircraft towing systems

    With the advancement of robotic technology, private industry has created a new generation of tug and tow bar systems, remotely controlled aircraft towing systems. In the future RCATS could be used in hangars throughout the Air Force.

  • Air Force top officials visit JBSA missions for first combined trip

    Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett was accompanied by newly sworn-in Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. Charles Brown, Jr. and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne Bass to take a closer look at operations across Joint Base San Antonio during COVID-19.

  • Seguin airfield maintains steady course during pandemic

    An airfield that was constructed about a decade after the Army Air Corps opened Randolph Field continues to serve the needs of the flying training mission at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph as it meets the challenges posed by the novel coronavirus pandemic.