Fort Sam Houston, located in the heart of San Antonio, has been the home of many military accomplishments.  It is the birth place of military aviation, was the largest Army post in the continental United States from 1910 until World War II, and now is home to the largest military medical training facility in the world.  On October 1, 2010, Fort Sam Houston became a part of Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA), the largest single DoD enterprise.  With its creation, the Army Support Activity (ASA) was also formed to uphold those functions that are Army in nature.

With the stand-up of Joint Bases, some Installation Support Services were retained by the Army.  The JBSA ASA, an IMCOM organization, was established to deliver these non-Joint Base services to include:

Oversight & Liaison for Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) (Privatized Housing) 
Casualty Operations
Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) 
Warfighter and Family Support Center (WFSC) 
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) 
Army Emergency Response (AER) 
Range Operations and Training Support 
Army Continuing Educations System (ACES) 
Sexual Assault & Prevention Program
Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security

Following are accomplishments of ASA since 2010:

  • Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security (DPTMS)

    • Range Operations and Training Support

    • Army Continuing Education System

    • Oversight & Liason for Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) (Privatized Housing)

    • Mission Training Complex (MTC)

    • Training Support Center

    • Security Office

  • Community and Family Support Division

    • Sexual Harrassment Assault Response Prevention

    • Survivor Outreach Services 

    • Soldier and Family Assistance Center 

    • Warrior & Family Support Center 

  • Office of the Staff Judge Advocate

  • Resource Management Office

  • Casualty Assistance Center