Monthly Archives: July 2020

‘The Translator’ shines in EOC logistics, transportation role

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas –  In late February, as the COVID-19 pandemic began to take a stronger foothold in the United States, 2nd Lt. Himanshu Chopra, the 502nd Logistics Readiness Squadron’s flight commander of material management, began manning the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Emergency Operations Center as Emergency Support Function 1/7, working logistics and transportation. His… [Read More]

Coronavirus pandemic brings additional challenges to blind community

SAN ANTONIO – The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is bringing challenges to members of the blind community in San Antonio. Michael Guajardo is blind and is currently working from home. “I have an eye condition called retinitis pigmentosa, and it’s left me completely blind at this point,” said Guajardo, who works for the San Antonio Lighthouse for… [Read More]

SA company shifting gears from leather goods to face masks

SAN ANTONIO – Hit by a downturn in business, a local leather goods manufacturer is switching gears to produce face masks for the public as the coronavirus pandemic continues. “We had started to send employees home. I would say 80% of our work staff,” said Sharon Durham, president of Jon Hart Design. Yet soon, Durham… [Read More]