Joint Base San Antonio is supporting Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in many ways, including the “stand up” of two incident support bases in Texas.
Customs and Border Protection missions staged from Port San Antonio have rescued more than 300 people and made countless supplies deliveries.
With Hurricane Harvey nearing the coast, insurance companies are ramping up customer services and sending agents to areas likely to receive the most damage.
“Military City USA” is gaining a new therapeutic resource for active duty military personnel and veterans.
The purpose of the event is to give around 350 USAA interns, employees, and executives a glimpse into the experiences that shaped the military members they serve daily.
“Military City, USA” is losing a treasured piece of pomp and pageantry supplied for more than a century by Fort Sam Houston’s Army band.
To the people who care for wounded, ill, and injured military members and veterans, the daily role of caregiver can prove a heavy burden.
Now officially designated as “Military City, USA,” San Antonio can provide its 153,122 veterans with the support services they need most.
Insomnia is the single most commonly reported symptom among military service members returning from deployment.
After years of informal recognition, the City received the official notification for the registered trademark of San Antonio as “Military City USA.”