The first time I came to Lackland Air Force Base with many other recruits was in 1962, and now we are here again at 4:30 in the morning, and immediately transferred me from my youth to adulthood. Although it is not always fun and games, it makes sense. Many months have passed before I come here again, and I still remember what has changed.
Lackland Air Force Base is the only entrance for basic training for recruits to enter the air force gate. During the Vietnam War, it shared this place with Kelly Air Force Base until 1968, when Amarillo Air Force Base was closed. It's worth going here!
This is a military restricted area, very strict management, from a distance, many aircraft quietly parked on the runway. Soldiers on loyal duty, every time the aircraft take off and land the huge engine roaring I remember
Lackland Air Force Base is different from the Air Force Base in Okinawa and the Air Force Base in Hawaii. The management is stricter and there are very few visitors.
The airbase is huge, and there are frequent sightings of various combat aircraft, surrounded by military restricted zones.