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Welcome to Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston,
Home of Military Medicine located in the heart of San Antonio

Fort Sam Houston was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1975. As one of the Army's oldest installations and now part of Joint Base San Antonio.  Fort Sam Houston boasts the largest collection of historic structures -- more than 900 buildings. Even more consequential than the numbers is the historical integrity of the post's different sections which represent different eras of construction. Careful preservation of these areas allows the post to live with its history, surrounded by existence of the traditions of excellence established when the first soldier arrived here in 1845.

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Sergeant Major of the Army presents Purple Heart to Army specialist


Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond Chandler III presented a Purple Heart to Spc. Christoffer A. Fields for his combat-related injuries in Afghanistan . . .

 

 

 

 


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U.S., French armies join forces to expand freeze-dried plasma

“The expansion would be through a joint manufacturing agreement in which FDA-approved plasma collected in the U.S. by the military would be sent to France and manufactured into the freeze-dried plasma product for use by a greater number of U.S. Armed Forces,”said Lt. Col. (Dr.) Andrew P. Cap, ISR chief of blood research. . . .



 

 

 

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Navy chiefs, students honor Medal of Honor recipient

“This was an opportunity of a lifetime for all of us, especially for our future corpsmen.” said Master Chief Petty Officer Melissa Foster . . .

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IMCOM training managers to help Soldiers transition

 Soldier for Life program helps guide Soldiers and their Families during transition from active duty to civilian. . .


 

 

 

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