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The fully guided bus tour includes an introduction and historical overview of the installation, highlighting its state and federal missions. Featured stops include the 40th Infantry Division Headquarters / Museum, Los Alamitos Army Airfield — including an up-close look at a Cal Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter — and JFTB’s …continue reading

featured graphic for JFTB Los Alamitos

The fully guided bus tour includes an introduction and historical overview of the installation, highlighting its state and federal missions. Featured stops include the 40th Infantry Division Headquarters / Museum, Los Alamitos Army Airfield — including an up-close look at a Cal Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter — and JFTB’s …continue reading

featured graphic for JFTB Los Alamitos

The fully guided bus tour includes an introduction and historical overview of the installation, highlighting its state and federal missions. Featured stops include the 40th Infantry Division Headquarters / Museum, Los Alamitos Army Airfield — including an up-close look at a Cal Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter — and JFTB’s …continue reading

The Honorable Paul Farnan, Principal Deputy, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy & Environment, will host a groundbreaking event on Thursday, May 19, at 10 a.m. for the long-awaited energy resilience project to be constructed on Joint Forces Training Base (JFTB). The event will be co-hosted by The …continue reading

The Army executed a 30-year lease with Bright Canyon Energy (BCE) for a privately funded, owned and operated energy resilience project on approximately 100 acres at Joint Forces Training Base – Los Alamitos (JFTB-LA), CA. Construction is expected to begin this summer. The project will provide power to JFTB-LA critical …continue reading

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You won’t want to miss the April RMAC meeting on Tuesday, April 26 at 3:30 p.m. in the Military Veterans Resource Center, Building 244, just inside the main guard gate. A government photo ID (driver license) will be needed at the Guard Gate on Lexington. The reason you won’t want …continue reading

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Operational requirements have necessitated Joint Forces Training Base leadership (JFTB) to reschedule the upcoming public installation tour to Thursday, May 26. Participants already confirmed for the original May19 tour date have the opportunity to move their registration to either the August 18 or November 17 base tour if unable to …continue reading

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Joint Forces Training Base (JFTB) has once again been formally recognized for its environmental initiatives by the National Guard Bureau (NGB). The base has been honored as the second-place recipient of the “Environmental Quality – Non-Industrial Installation” 2021 Army National Guard Environmental Security Award. During the past two years, JFTB’s …continue reading