Randolph AFB Base Guide

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Randolph Air Force Base is a well-known Air Force installation in Texas. The Randolph AFB base guide has information for service members and families. See more.

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Nestled in the northeast corner of San Antonio lies Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph or the “Showplace of the Air Force.” The breathtaking Spanish colonial architecture on display could be one reason for the flashy nickname, or it could also be the almost constant displays of air superiority occurring overhead. JBSA-Randolph is the Air Force’s premier base for pilot instructor training and combat systems officer training. It’s also one of their busiest airports -- JBSA-Randolph sees almost 15 times more take-offs and landings than nearby San Antonio International Airport.

As with JBSA-Fort Sam Houston and JBSA-Lackland, the other components of the Joint Base San Antonio conglomerate, training takes center stage for JBSA-Randolph’s mission. Air Education and Training Command (AETC) and the 12th Flying Training Wing call JBSA-Randolph home. Pilots train on the T-6A Texan II, the T-38C Talon, and the T-1A Jayhawk at Randolph, and the skies are buzzing with drone training as well.

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