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  • Junior officers learn lessons of leadership

    More than 50 company-grade officers participated in the second annual Company Grade Officer Leadership Summit, hosted by the 11th Wing here, March 1.
  • JBA honors Women's History Month

        The 11th Security Forces Group along with the 11th Medical Group are scheduled to host multiple events in the National Capital Region in honor of Women’s History Month throughout March.    Since March 1987, WHM has paid tribute to the outstanding accomplishments made by women.   “These events will be very educational to all, not just the women
  • Nutrition care easily accessible via telehealth appointments

    The U.S. Air Force Medical Service is working to increase access to high level nutrition care using tele-medical nutrition therapy.
  • JBA officials to introduce compatibility study results in public forum

    Joint Base Andrews officials will host a public meeting to introduce the 2017 Air Installations Compatible Use Zones study March 7, 2018.
  • Military Saves Week Proclamation Signing

    Joint Base Andrews highlighted the 2018 Military Saves Week with a proclamation signing in the Military Family Readiness Center on base, Feb. 13, 2018. Saves week is coordinated each year by the MFRC to ensure military members and their families are armed with the ability to manage their finances year round.
  • “Black Panther” director visits JBA

    The director and executive producer of Marvel’s “Black Panther” visited the base to debut their highly anticipated film during a free screening for Department of Defense personnel and their families Feb. 12, 2018.
  • 459 MXS Airman brings home prestigious award

    Scoring a passing grade in an Air Force technical school may be expected. However, recording a perfect score on every test for the entire length of the course is an expectation not many can achieve. Staff Sgt. Gabriel Zamfir, an electric and environmental technician assigned to the 459th Maintenance Squadron here, received the prestigious ACE award
  • VCC hours change starting February

    Starting in February, the Visitor Control Center will no longer be open on Saturdays.