BMT Grad Weekend Saturday and Sunday

Saturday Town Pass

9am-8pm - Enjoy a full day in San Antonio With your Airman! Airman must be back at the dorms by 8pm.

From BMT Official Website: Airmen must remain in the San Antonio metropolitan area, but may visit Sea World, Fiesta Texas and family/friends near local military installations to include Randolph AFB. Airmen must coordinate exceptions to this limitation through their Training Squadron Leadership. Airmen are also prohibited from visiting the 'off-limits' establishments discussed during their Town Pass briefing. A listing of these establishments is also displayed on their dormitory bulletin board.

Learn more about San Antonio at VisitSanAntonio.com.

Sunday Base Liberty

6:30am-4pm - Religious services are available. Make plans with your Airman to meet at the chapel at the designated time. Families may not meet Airman at the dorms.

9am-6pm - Airman are dismissed for Base Liberty. Special town pass is awarded to Top Physically Fit Airmen, members of Honor Flights, and Honor Graduates ONLY.

Miss out on Grad Events or need Airman's portraits? You can purchase the Grad events DVD and portraits by calling 210.695.4979

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