It may not be the same Kelly AFB that he left in the ’70s, but Glawson is pleased that it still sees as much action and innovation as it did at its peak.
For all its love of history, San Antonio has no place for the local or visitor to gain a full appreciation of the city’s rich military past.
Many veterans miss the comradery when they leave the service. The co-working community at Geekdom can fill that void and offer professional opportunities.
A 1970 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy who served five years on active duty, Popovich always has been there for military heroes.
Patriot Boot Camp will host its technology entrepreneurship education program for the military community at Geekdom from Feb. 3-5.
As San Antonio continues to grow, the Port wants to preserve a sense of place by restoring these buildings and also provide the community with new spaces.
Over the past 100 years, Kelly Field became Kelly Air Force Base, which is now the site of Port San Antonio.
USAA has partnered with Geekdom to underwrite 50% of fees for military veterans, active duty military, and military spouses who sign up as new members.
Dozens of colorful floats made their way down Alamo Plaza as active duty military members marched throughout the streets, bearing flags and appropriate attire.
For Veterans Day Friday, “Military City USA” will honor its current and retired military members with an array of programming.