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Air Force 1st Lt. Joey Brewer, 16th Airlift Squadron

Air Force 1st Lt. Joey Brewer, 16th Airlift Squadron

Air Force 1st Lt. Joey Brewer, 16th Airlift Squadron pilot from Joint Base Charleston assists a medical doctor during a two-week trip to Cambodia, March 1 – 15, 2013, in support of Vets with a Mission, a not-fo... More

Family and friends welcome home Airmen from the 16th

Family and friends welcome home Airmen from the 16th

Family and friends welcome home Airmen from the 16th Airlift Squadron August 2, 2018, at Joint Base Charleston S.C. The Airmen were returning from a deployment to Southwest Asia where they managed to complete a... More

Maj. Benjamin Buxton, right, and 1st Lt. Casey Larson,

Maj. Benjamin Buxton, right, and 1st Lt. Casey Larson,

Maj. Benjamin Buxton, right, and 1st Lt. Casey Larson, left, 16th Airlift Squadron, 437th Airlift Wing pilots, perform preflight checks before a mission to support search and rescue operations in Argentina, Nov... More

Capt. Paul Geunther, 16th Airlift Squadron C-17 pilot,

Capt. Paul Geunther, 16th Airlift Squadron C-17 pilot,

Capt. Paul Geunther, 16th Airlift Squadron C-17 pilot, is a 14-year Air Force veteran. Prior to becoming a pilot, Geunther served as a technical sergeant and flew as an aircraft loadmaster in C-17s. (U.S. Air ... More

Airman uses SABC training, saves young boy

Airman uses SABC training, saves young boy

Senior Airman Joy Clayton, 16th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, never thought her Self Aid Buddy Care training would be put to the test during her off-duty time. But, during a recent visit to her neighbors, she wa... More

Tech Sgt. Joe Joiner, 16th Airlift Squadron loadmaster,

Tech Sgt. Joe Joiner, 16th Airlift Squadron loadmaster,

Tech Sgt. Joe Joiner, 16th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, guides a member of the 78th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Robins Air Force Base, Ga., as they load a cargo pallet on to the C-17 Globemaster III at the Ro... More

AMC command chief visits JB Charleston

AMC command chief visits JB Charleston

Chief Master Sgt. Shelina Frey, Air Mobility Command command chief, center, stands with the members of the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight on Joint Base Charleston, S.C., Nov. 1... More

Haley Kinarg holds a bird during the Earth Day Celebration

Haley Kinarg holds a bird during the Earth Day Celebration

Haley Kinarg holds a bird during the Earth Day Celebration at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, March 28. More than 1000 students attended the 16th Annual Earth Day Celebration. The celebration has interactive ... More

Happy 238th Birthday, United States Marine Corps

Happy 238th Birthday, United States Marine Corps

"We're surrounded, that simplifies the problem." -Maj. Gen. "Chesty" Puller, 1896-1971 (Graphite drawing / Senior Airman Tom Brading)

The renovated C-141B Starlifter model debuts at Joint

The renovated C-141B Starlifter model debuts at Joint

The renovated C-141B Starlifter model debuts at Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, South Carolina, Sept. 7, 2016. The model was dedicated to the crew of a real C-141 that crashed in Tennessee. Nine active duty m... More

Patrick Miller, 628th Medical Group Deily Dental Clinic

Patrick Miller, 628th Medical Group Deily Dental Clinic

Patrick Miller, 628th Medical Group Deily Dental Clinic chief of preventative dentistry, dental hygienist, has been in the dental field for 34 years. He completed 20 of those years while serving in the U.S. mil... More

JB Charleston's Natural Resource Office will be conducting a hunters safety class

JB Charleston's Natural Resource Office will be conducting a hunters s...

A hunter who took the hunter safety course at Joint Base Charleston aims a bow and arrow at JB Charleston. The natural resource office offers a hunter safety course on August 8, September 19 and October 24 for ... More

The 841st Transportation Battalion conducts documentation

The 841st Transportation Battalion conducts documentation

The 841st Transportation Battalion conducts documentation support and port clearance, loads, unloads and onward-moves cargo that comes to their ports via ocean, and goes out from the 841st TB via rail or truck.... More

The aircrew, consisting of members from the 14th and

The aircrew, consisting of members from the 14th and

The aircrew, consisting of members from the 14th and 16th Airlift Squaron and the 437th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, stand infront of a C-17 Globemaster III, April 1, 2016, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The ... More

Members of the Charleston Patriots and the Charleston

Members of the Charleston Patriots and the Charleston

Members of the Charleston Patriots and the Charleston Enforcers play hockey during the 3rd Annual Matuskovic Charity Hockey Game at the North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center, Feb. 18, 2017. The gam... More

Senior Airman Ronaldo Perez, from the 628th Comptroller

Senior Airman Ronaldo Perez, from the 628th Comptroller

Senior Airman Ronaldo Perez, from the 628th Comptroller Squadron, dons a gas mask during a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives drill as part of Exercise Crescent Reach 16, May 19, 2016, a... More

Cargo is driven onto the USNS Brittin (T-AKR-305) by

Cargo is driven onto the USNS Brittin (T-AKR-305) by

Cargo is driven onto the USNS Brittin (T-AKR-305) by a flatbed truck on the Joint Base Charleston Naval Weapons Station Oct. 28, 2017. The USNS Brittin is scheduled to travel between Joint Base Charleston and P... More

Baptism by fire: Airman battles 63,000 gallons of burning jet fuel, receives medal for heroism

Baptism by fire: Airman battles 63,000 gallons of burning jet fuel, re...

First Lt. Nicholas Mercurio led firefighting efforts which ultimately saved Forward Operating Base Wright from destruction Nov. 15, 2010. Mercurio was awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal with Valor for his ... More

Airman forecasts clear skies as TV weatherman

Airman forecasts clear skies as TV weatherman

Every night, thousands of families across South Carolina gather around their television sets to watch the evening news. For more than 25 years, they have entrusted Bill Walsh, a two-time Emmy Award winner, to p... More

Senior Airman Kayla Alsup picks up equipment returned

Senior Airman Kayla Alsup picks up equipment returned

Senior Airman Kayla Alsup picks up equipment returned to the Expeditionary Theater Distribution Center at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, June 28. Alsup is an ETDC journeyman with the 379th Expeditio... More

U.S. Army Soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 160th Special

U.S. Army Soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 160th Special

U.S. Army Soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Hunter Army Air Field, Ga., and loadmasters from the 15th Airlift Squadron, guide an MH-60 Black Hawk from a C-17 Globemast... More

Airmen from Joint Base Charleston begin the Commander's

Airmen from Joint Base Charleston begin the Commander's

Airmen from Joint Base Charleston begin the Commander's Fitness Challenge run held, Sept.1. The Commander's Fitness Challenge is held base wide for anyone who would like to participate, and serves as a morale booster.

Veteran members of the alpine infantry gather together

Veteran members of the alpine infantry gather together

Veteran members of the alpine infantry gather together before the Italian Commemoration Ceremony for the B-17 of the Aguille des Glaciers, Sept. 3, Courmayeur, Italy. Members of the alpine infantry were the fi... More

Joint Base Charleston Honor Guard members wait for

Joint Base Charleston Honor Guard members wait for

Joint Base Charleston Honor Guard members wait for the Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Retreat Ceremony to begin, Sept. 16, 2011, Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Team Charleston honored POW/MIA remembrance day wi... More

Guided-missile cruiser USS Vicksburg is guided pier-side,

Guided-missile cruiser USS Vicksburg is guided pier-side,

Guided-missile cruiser USS Vicksburg is guided pier-side, downtown Charleston, S.C., Sept. 23. Vicksburg moored at the Columbus street terminal at the port of Charleston from Sept. 23-26. Leadership from Joint ... More

Munition systems airmen assemble a Guided Bomb Unit-38

Munition systems airmen assemble a Guided Bomb Unit-38

Munition systems airmen assemble a Guided Bomb Unit-38 at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, Sept. 28.

Ruby Castillo paints with the Spin Painter at the Child

Ruby Castillo paints with the Spin Painter at the Child

Ruby Castillo paints with the Spin Painter at the Child Find/Exceptional Family Member Program Extravaganza "Special Needs Fair, Oct. 1," at Marrington Plantation, Joint Base Charleston-Weapons Station. The fai... More

Gen. Duncan McNabb is greeted by Col. Erik Hansen and

Gen. Duncan McNabb is greeted by Col. Erik Hansen and

Gen. Duncan McNabb is greeted by Col. Erik Hansen and Col. Richard McComb on the Joint Base Charleston - Airbase flightline, Oct. 6. While visiting JB Charleston, McNabb met with local civic leaders and went on... More

Senior Airman Jenina Rose reacts to being tased by

Senior Airman Jenina Rose reacts to being tased by

Senior Airman Jenina Rose reacts to being tased by Staff Sgt. Neil White after volunteering to display the effects a taser gun will have on an assailant as part of the annual Use of Force and Taser certificatio... More

Team Charleston leadership view aircraft metals technology

Team Charleston leadership view aircraft metals technology

Team Charleston leadership view aircraft metals technology equipment with Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley during his visit Joint Base Charleston Oct. 18, 2011. Donley is responsible for organizing, tr... More

Airman 1st Class Heather Ives reacts to being tased

Airman 1st Class Heather Ives reacts to being tased

Airman 1st Class Heather Ives reacts to being tased by Staff Sgt. Neil White after volunteering to display the effects a taser gun will have on an assailant on Joint Base Charleston, Oct. 18. The taser is a pre... More

Col. Richard McComb, Col. Erik Hansen and Col. Terry

Col. Richard McComb, Col. Erik Hansen and Col. Terry

Col. Richard McComb, Col. Erik Hansen and Col. Terry Lawrence, along with the Joint Base Charleston Honor Guard team, stand at attention as they await the Secretary of the Air Force, Michael Donley's arrival at... More

Staff Sgt. Michael Leimbach briefs Secretary of the

Staff Sgt. Michael Leimbach briefs Secretary of the

Staff Sgt. Michael Leimbach briefs Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley on night vision capabilities used during Forward Aerial Refueling operations as part of his visit to Joint Base Charleston, Oct. 18, ... More

Airmen sign a log for Meals Ready to Eat after arriving

Airmen sign a log for Meals Ready to Eat after arriving

Airmen sign a log for Meals Ready to Eat after arriving in Gulfport, Miss., Oct. 25. More than 600 airmen from Joint Base Charleston, S.C., simulated a deployment as part of an Operational Readiness Exercise.

Joint Base Charleston airmen prepare to leave for the

Joint Base Charleston airmen prepare to leave for the

Joint Base Charleston airmen prepare to leave for the Operational Readiness Inspection held at Gulfport, Miss., Nov. 30, 2011. More than 600 airmen simulated a deployment for the ORI.

Master Sgt. Perry Woods demonstrates one of his magic

Master Sgt. Perry Woods demonstrates one of his magic

Master Sgt. Perry Woods demonstrates one of his magic tricks at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base Nov. 30. Woods has been in the Air Force for 22-years and has been performing magic since he was nine-years old. ... More

Marine Cpl. David Donchess pets his new service dog,

Marine Cpl. David Donchess pets his new service dog,

Marine Cpl. David Donchess pets his new service dog, Ruth, during a ceremony at the Naval Consolidated Brig Charleston, Dec. 1. During the ceremony, the NAVCON Brig, in partnership with Carolina Canines for Se... More

Jason Vanmeir raises his hand to ask a question as

Jason Vanmeir raises his hand to ask a question as

Jason Vanmeir raises his hand to ask a question as he takes a tour of Joint Base Charleston-Air Base, Dec. 8. JB Charleston's Airmen Leadership School invited more than 30 third grade students from Memminger El... More

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke displays a photograph of

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke displays a photograph of

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke displays a photograph of himself taken during his time as a crew chief with the U.S.A.F Thunderbirds. Kapanke was diagnosed with stage four cancer in 1995 and was medically retired whi... More

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke displays a photograph of

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke displays a photograph of

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke displays a photograph of himself taken during his time as a crew chief with the U.S.A.F Thunderbirds. Kapanke was diagnosed with stage four cancer in 1995 and was medically retired whi... More

Staff Sgt. Chris Cronsell plays the trumpet on Joint

Staff Sgt. Chris Cronsell plays the trumpet on Joint

Staff Sgt. Chris Cronsell plays the trumpet on Joint Base Charelston-Air Base Dec. 9. The Air Force Heritage Band toured JB Charleston to spread holiday cheer with playing Christmas carols.

Staff Sgt. Adam Thompson instructs a Combat Arms course

Staff Sgt. Adam Thompson instructs a Combat Arms course

Staff Sgt. Adam Thompson instructs a Combat Arms course at Joint Base Charleston, Dec. 12, 2011. The CATM course sees about 20 military personnel per month. Thompson is a CATM instructor with the 628th Security... More

Master Sgt. George Greene puts information into the

Master Sgt. George Greene puts information into the

Master Sgt. George Greene puts information into the Computer Numeric Control milling machine at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., Dec. 15, 2011. The CNC milling machine will take the information and create a fixture... More

Lt. Col. John Painter sits in the pews  at the Ralph

Lt. Col. John Painter sits in the pews at the Ralph

Lt. Col. John Painter sits in the pews at the Ralph H. Johnson Veteran's Affairs Medical Center chapel on Jan 5, Charleston, S.C. Painter has been a chaplain in the Air Force Reserves for 15 years. In Septemb... More

Do you see what I see?

Do you see what I see?

Fireman Ethan Rooney undergoes a routine eye exam from Certified Ophthalmic Technician Johnny Knight Sr. Jan. 17 at Naval Health Clinic Charleston. The device being used is a Phoropter, which measures the refra... More

Petty Officer 1st Class Frank Newsom holds up a photo

Petty Officer 1st Class Frank Newsom holds up a photo

Petty Officer 1st Class Frank Newsom holds up a photo of himself when he was on his first Individual Augmentee deployment, Jan. 19 at Joint Base Charleston - Weapons Station. There were more than 8,000 Navy IA ... More

Skip Evans prepares to demonstrate a portion of the

Skip Evans prepares to demonstrate a portion of the

Skip Evans prepares to demonstrate a portion of the Basic Rider Course to the students at Joint Base Charleston - Weapons Station, Jan. 19. There are three courses provided to JB Charleston personnel by Cape Fo... More

Tech. Sgt. Jerry Peterson prepares tools to repair

Tech. Sgt. Jerry Peterson prepares tools to repair

Tech. Sgt. Jerry Peterson prepares tools to repair a hinge on a C-17 Globemaster III, at Joint Base Charleston, Jan. 15. The 437th Maintenance Group performs organizational and intermediate-level maintenance on... More

Capt. Syreeta Lawrence uses a slit lamp on a patient

Capt. Syreeta Lawrence uses a slit lamp on a patient

Capt. Syreeta Lawrence uses a slit lamp on a patient Jan. 31 at Joint Base Charleston-Air Base. A slit lamp provides a stereoscopic magnified view of the eye structures in detail, enabling an anatomical diagnos... More

Kathy Knichel and her family pose for a photo after

Kathy Knichel and her family pose for a photo after

Kathy Knichel and her family pose for a photo after she was made an honorary chief master sergeant at the Chief's Recognition Ceremony at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base Club, Feb. 4. (Left to right) Knichel's... More

Cadet Chief Master Sgt. Tyler Hoover and Cadet Chief

Cadet Chief Master Sgt. Tyler Hoover and Cadet Chief

Cadet Chief Master Sgt. Tyler Hoover and Cadet Chief Master Sgt. Alexander Durr sit inside a Cessna 172 at the Coastal Charleston Composite Squadron on Joint Base Charleston - Air Base Feb. 6. The Civil Air Pa... More

Chief Master Sgt. Richard "Andy" Kaiser receives an

Chief Master Sgt. Richard "Andy" Kaiser receives an

Chief Master Sgt. Richard "Andy" Kaiser receives an Air Force symbol from Master Sgt. George Greene at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, Feb. 6. Kaiser is the Air Mobility Command command chief and is the princ... More

Airmen sing while performing at the Tops in Blue show,

Airmen sing while performing at the Tops in Blue show,

Airmen sing while performing at the Tops in Blue show, Feb. 8, at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, S.C. As the Air Force's premiere showcase, Tops in Blue serves as an expeditionary entertainment un... More

Senior Airman Petrice Brown applies her makeup before

Senior Airman Petrice Brown applies her makeup before

Senior Airman Petrice Brown applies her makeup before performing with the Tops in Blue show, Feb 9 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Brown has been performing with the Air Force's Premiere showca... More

Children watch a video on the importance of brushing

Children watch a video on the importance of brushing

Children watch a video on the importance of brushing their teeth at the Child Development Center on Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, Feb. 10. Every February, the American Dental Association sponsors National C... More

A Hero walks among us

A Hero walks among us

Highlights from Staff Sgt. Jessica McMahan's 12 year Air Force career are displayed, Feb. 10. McMahan deployed twice to Iraq and is a Bronze Star recipient. McMahan is a combat broadcaster with the 1st Combat C... More

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke fishes on Feb. 14,  Bushy

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke fishes on Feb. 14, Bushy

Master Sgt. Scott Kapanke fishes on Feb. 14, Bushy Park, Goose Creek, S.C. Kapanke battled 43 tumors throughout his body and successfully defeated testicular cancer. He used his desire to fish again to help... More

Staff Sgt. Christina Andros looks through the smoke

Staff Sgt. Christina Andros looks through the smoke

Staff Sgt. Christina Andros looks through the smoke for a target during a "Shoot, Move, Communicate" training course, Feb. 16, Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, S.C. The training teaches airmen to react to a ho... More

Tuskegee Airman Edward Gibson smiles for the camera

Tuskegee Airman Edward Gibson smiles for the camera

Tuskegee Airman Edward Gibson smiles for the camera at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base Feb. 16. Gibson served in the Army Air Corps as a bombardier-navigator and logged 2,300 flight hours.

Staff Sgt. Justin Diggins checks the gust dampener

Staff Sgt. Justin Diggins checks the gust dampener

Staff Sgt. Justin Diggins checks the gust dampener on a C-17 Globemaster III, prior to routine maintenance at the Home Station Check hangar, at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, Feb. 21. The pressure has to be... More

Normal Riley performs a filter inspection on a C-17

Normal Riley performs a filter inspection on a C-17

Normal Riley performs a filter inspection on a C-17 Globemaster III at the Home Station Check hangar at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, Feb. 21. The inspections are performed on each engine of every aircraft ... More

Read Across America day may only be celebrated once

Read Across America day may only be celebrated once

Read Across America day may only be celebrated once a year, but sharing the joys of reading is something we can do every day. (U.S. Air Force Graphic by Airman 1st Class Tom Brading)

Tech. Sgt. John Toth speaks with Airmen Leadership

Tech. Sgt. John Toth speaks with Airmen Leadership

Tech. Sgt. John Toth speaks with Airmen Leadership School students in his flight room at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, March 2. Each ALS class is divided into three separate flights according to demographic... More

Retired Master Chief Petty Officer Samuel Kirton dedicated

Retired Master Chief Petty Officer Samuel Kirton dedicated

Retired Master Chief Petty Officer Samuel Kirton dedicated more than 20-years to the U.S. Navy. Kirton circled the Equator, the Atlantic Ocean, the Arctic Circle and thousands of miles of deep blue seas numerou... More

Staff Sgt. Sean Nappier, 437th Aircraft Maintenance

Staff Sgt. Sean Nappier, 437th Aircraft Maintenance

Staff Sgt. Sean Nappier, 437th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron avionics technician and Senior Airman Kevin Meredith, 437th Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion journeyman, work together during the wheel and ... More

1st Lt. Chris Valine attempts to pass the ball during

1st Lt. Chris Valine attempts to pass the ball during

1st Lt. Chris Valine attempts to pass the ball during the championship match at the 34th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Rugby tournament held in Savannah, Ga., March 10-11. Throughout the tournament, the U.S. Air For... More

Staff Sgt. Erica Jones applies makeup to Airman 1st

Staff Sgt. Erica Jones applies makeup to Airman 1st

Staff Sgt. Erica Jones applies makeup to Airman 1st Class Anson Frank to resemble a gunshot wound for an active shooter scenario during the Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection exercise at Joint Base Charleston Marc... More

Airman honors women, schedules luncheon

Airman honors women, schedules luncheon

Women from Joint Base Charleston pose in celebration of Women's History Month March 27. Women's History Month honors historical figures in women's history and everyday women who are empowering their children by... More

1st CTCS photographer captures a first place spot during the Annual MILPHOG competition

1st CTCS photographer captures a first place spot during the Annual MI...

Staff Sgt. Ashley Hyatt shows her award winning photo, March 30, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Hyatt took the photograph while at the National Training Center, Fort Irvine, Calif., in September 2011. The photo... More

Akim a Belgian Malanois chews on his Frisbee at Joint

Akim a Belgian Malanois chews on his Frisbee at Joint

Akim a Belgian Malanois chews on his Frisbee at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base March 29. The Security Forces K-9 unit animals undergo six to eight months of training for drug and explosive detection. Akim is ... More

Tech. Sgt. Jose Gonzalez looks at a row of motorcycles

Tech. Sgt. Jose Gonzalez looks at a row of motorcycles

Tech. Sgt. Jose Gonzalez looks at a row of motorcycles at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base April 2. The Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club is a non-profit organization for military and Department of Defense... More

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy and his

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy and his

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy and his wife Paula arrive at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, April 9. Roy is the Air Force's 16th chief master sergeant of the Air Force.

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy answers

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy answers

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy answers questions during an interview by Senior Airman Ian Hoachlander at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, April 9. Roy is the 16th CMSgt of the Air Force, and repr... More

Airman 1st Class Jessalyn Oglesby delivers packages

Airman 1st Class Jessalyn Oglesby delivers packages

Airman 1st Class Jessalyn Oglesby delivers packages at Joint Base Charleston - Weapons Station April 10. The 628th Communications Squadron mail room at Joint Base Charleston -Air Base is also responsible for th... More

Ammunition prepares the fight

Ammunition prepares the fight

Senior Airman Caprice Frazier takes a break for a photo after doing inventory at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base munitions center, April 10. The 437th Maintenance Group Munitions office is responsible for more... More

Tanya Maisonet places an oxygen tube on Senior Airman

Tanya Maisonet places an oxygen tube on Senior Airman

Tanya Maisonet places an oxygen tube on Senior Airman Chaley Dyer as they prepare for a wisdom tooth extraction at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, April 11. During a wisdom tooth extraction the dentist gives ... More

Senior Airman David Collins makes burgers and hot dogs

Senior Airman David Collins makes burgers and hot dogs

Senior Airman David Collins makes burgers and hot dogs at Eagle Harbor Ranch in Summerville, S.C., April 12. The Eagle Harbor Ranch has been open since 2004. Collins is from the 437th Maintenance Squadron.

Kayleigh Norton, Applied Behavior Analysis therapist,

Kayleigh Norton, Applied Behavior Analysis therapist,

Kayleigh Norton, Applied Behavior Analysis therapist, reviews animals and colors with six-year-old Carl, son of Sarah and Tech. Sgt. Carl Sole, 628th Security Forces Squadron flight chief, April 13. Carl was di... More

Airman 1st Class Rodrick Defreitas prepares to refuel

Airman 1st Class Rodrick Defreitas prepares to refuel

Airman 1st Class Rodrick Defreitas prepares to refuel a C-17 Globemaster III, at Joint Base Charleston - Air base, April 18. The C-17 can hold up to 35,546 gallons of fuel and can carry a maximum of 17,900 poun... More

Senior Airman Rafael Lopez-Martinez pulls the hose

Senior Airman Rafael Lopez-Martinez pulls the hose

Senior Airman Rafael Lopez-Martinez pulls the hose towards a C-17 Globemaster III before refueling, April 19, Joint Base Charleston - Air base. The C-17 can hold up to 35,546 gallons of fuel. It also can carry ... More

Shining a light on sexual assault

Shining a light on sexual assault

This illustration depicts Tech. Sgt. Matthew Hampton intervening after witnessing a young woman who was very intoxicated being led out of the bar by a stranger because he believed she was in danger of being sex... More

Staff Sgt. Matthew Skvarna stands in front of a C-17

Staff Sgt. Matthew Skvarna stands in front of a C-17

Staff Sgt. Matthew Skvarna stands in front of a C-17 Globemaster III on Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, April 25. Skvarna is a third generation aircrew member. His father was a loadmaster and his grandfathe... More

Staff Sgt. Jonathon Kloessel secures the issue hose

Staff Sgt. Jonathon Kloessel secures the issue hose

Staff Sgt. Jonathon Kloessel secures the issue hose coupler prior to liquid oxygen testing at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base April 23. The liquid oxygen tanks are tested for contaminants every 90 days and pro... More

Staff Sgt. David Perez explains procedures on how to

Staff Sgt. David Perez explains procedures on how to

Staff Sgt. David Perez explains procedures on how to replace a downed driver in a High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle during tactical vehicle training at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base April 24. The mo... More

Jerry Zuk uses a flashlight to illuminate specific

Jerry Zuk uses a flashlight to illuminate specific

Jerry Zuk uses a flashlight to illuminate specific areas of the core thrust reverser at Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, S.C., May 3, during the final inspection before it is presented to a Boeing inspector. Z... More

Corey Seeber repositions drain line clamps on a C-17

Corey Seeber repositions drain line clamps on a C-17

Corey Seeber repositions drain line clamps on a C-17 Globemaster III engine at the Joint Base Charleston - Air Base C-17 engine shop, May 2. The all-civilian engine shop installs, inspects and repairs five to s... More

Capt. James Marceletti III flies an in-flight refueling

Capt. James Marceletti III flies an in-flight refueling

Capt. James Marceletti III flies an in-flight refueling mission, May 2. The flight took place on a C-17 Globemaster III. A KC-135 tanker refueled the C-17 in mid-air, allowing the receiving aircraft to remain a... More

Foundation for Success: Charleston Airman returns from deployment

Foundation for Success: Charleston Airman returns from deployment

Maj. Courtney Schapira, 628th Medical Group dentist, poses for a photograph with Sayad Dost-M Amiri, Paktia Regional Military Hospital dental clinic chief, in Afghanistan sometime during her deployment from Nov... More

Airman 1st Class Jamie Jones, 437th Maintenanace Squadron

Airman 1st Class Jamie Jones, 437th Maintenanace Squadron

Airman 1st Class Jamie Jones, 437th Maintenanace Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment Apprentice journeyman out of Joint Base Charleston, S.C., replaces lanyard for a hinge pin May 7, 2012. AGE Airman properly m... More

Aerospace Grounding System

Aerospace Grounding System

Airman 1st Class Jamie Jones, 437th Maintenanace Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment Apprentice journeyman out of Joint Base Charleston, S.C., replaces lanyard for a hinge pin, May 7, 2012. AGE Airman properly ... More

Senior Airman Tyrell Broughton, an aircraft metals

Senior Airman Tyrell Broughton, an aircraft metals

Senior Airman Tyrell Broughton, an aircraft metals technology journeyman with the 437th Maintenance Squadron out of Joint Base Charleston, S.C., pulls an air hose over to his work station to be attached to a dr... More

Retired Marine Staff Sgt. Dean Suthard sits with his

Retired Marine Staff Sgt. Dean Suthard sits with his

Retired Marine Staff Sgt. Dean Suthard sits with his new service dog, Esther, during a ceremony at the Naval Consolidated Brig Charleston May 9. During the ceremony, NCBC, in partnership with Carolina Canines f... More

Firefighters from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron

Firefighters from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron

Firefighters from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron get ready for a paintball match against defenders from the 628th Security Forces Squadron during the "Guns and Hoses" fitness challenge, May 15, at Joint Bas... More

Staff Sgt. Kenneth Corbitt, 628th Security Forces Squadron

Staff Sgt. Kenneth Corbitt, 628th Security Forces Squadron

Staff Sgt. Kenneth Corbitt, 628th Security Forces Squadron police officer, shoots a paintball during a match against defenders from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron during the "Guns and Hoses" fitness challeng... More

The week of May 15 is observed as National Poilice

The week of May 15 is observed as National Poilice

The week of May 15 is observed as National Poilice Week. The 628th Security Forces Squadron hosted events including the "Guns and Hoses" fitness challenge, a shooting competition and chilli cook-off. National P... More

Chief Master Sgt. William Hamilton, 315th Operations

Chief Master Sgt. William Hamilton, 315th Operations

Chief Master Sgt. William Hamilton, 315th Operations Group superintendent, prepares to throw the first pitch during the Charleston RiverDogs Military Appreciation Night game, May 17, 2012 at Charleston, S.C. Th... More

Senior Airman Matthew Valverde, 628th Security Forces

Senior Airman Matthew Valverde, 628th Security Forces

Senior Airman Matthew Valverde, 628th Security Forces Squadron, stands at parade rest during the “National Police Week” retreat ceremony, May 18, 2012, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. During National Police Week... More

Army Lt. Gen. Vincent Brooks, Third Army commanding

Army Lt. Gen. Vincent Brooks, Third Army commanding

Army Lt. Gen. Vincent Brooks, Third Army commanding general, is greeted by Col. Richard McComb, Joint Base Charleston commander, at the JB Charleston - Weapons Station, May 23, 2012. Brooks visited JB Charlesto... More

Col. Richard McComb, Joint Base Charleston commander,

Col. Richard McComb, Joint Base Charleston commander,

Col. Richard McComb, Joint Base Charleston commander, speaks with U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham from South Carolina upon his arrival, May 29, 2012 to JB Charleston, S.C. Graham visited the base to have an open forum... More

U.S. Navy Capt. Thomas Bailey, Joint Base Charleston

U.S. Navy Capt. Thomas Bailey, Joint Base Charleston

U.S. Navy Capt. Thomas Bailey, Joint Base Charleston deputy commander, speaks with John Hancock, retired U.S. Navy captain and Battle of Midway survivor, before the Battle of Midway ceremony on board the USS Yo... More

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The objects in this collection are from The U.S. National Archives and Defense Visual Information Distribution Service. The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) was established in 1934 by President Franklin Roosevelt. NARA keeps those Federal records that are judged to have continuing value—about 2 to 5 percent of those generated in any given year. There are approximately 10 billion pages of textual records; 12 million maps, charts, and architectural and engineering drawings; 25 million still photographs and graphics; 24 million aerial photographs; 300,000 reels of motion picture film; 400,000 video and sound recordings; and 133 terabytes of electronic data. The Defense Visual Information Distribution Service provides a connection between world media and the American military personnel serving at home and abroad. All of these materials are preserved because they are important to the workings of Government, have long-term research worth, or provide information of value to citizens.

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