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    1st Combat Camera Squadron      

    Joint Base Charleston, SC, US  


    Current Personnel:

    Lt. Col. Christopher Anderson
    Clarence Brown
    Airman 1st Class Brennen Lege
    Staff Sgt. Robert Lonack
    Staff Sgt. Dakota Neukam
    Katherine Tyron
    Maj. Mindy Yu

    Content Online:


    Recent Images

    Eager Lion 18

    Eager Lion 18

    04.25.2018 | Photo by Master Sgt. Joshua DeMotts
    Soldiers with the 1st Battalion, 184th Infantry Regiment, California Army National Guard load onto a Light Medium Tactical Vehicle as they start a...
    Eager Lion 18

    Eager Lion 18

    04.20.2018 | Photo by Master Sgt. Joshua DeMotts
    Bedouin men sell souvenirs to tourists outside the Treasury of the ancient city of Petra, Jordan. U.S. service members participating in Exercise...
    Eager Lion 18

    Eager Lion 18

    04.19.2018 | Photo by Master Sgt. Joshua DeMotts
    A Jordanian Armed Forces C-130 Hercules conducts a leaflet drop, April 19, 2018, during Exercise Eager Lion. Eager Lion is a major exercise with...

    Recent Videos

    C-130 Airdrop

    C-130 Airdrop

    04.20.2018 | Video by Staff Sgt. Rion Ehrman
    A C-130J Super Hercules and its aircrew assigned to the 774th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, perform a tactical...

    Recent News Stories

    Joint Base Charleston maintainers work through the...

    01.25.2016 | Story by Staff Sgt. Gregory Brook
    JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C.— It’s a dark night on the flightline. Vehicles dart back and forth bringing tools and maintainers from one aircraft to another or back to their respective shops. On one of the lines ends, a transient C-17 Globemaster III from McChord Air Force Base, Wash., sits bathed in orange light from the giant sodium vapor lamps that surround the line. Behind it, three maintainers are setting up to begin their nights work.
    Brian T. Shirley

    Brian T. Shirley

    11.13.2015 | Story by Staff Sgt. Kenneth Norman
    Former Airman 1st Class Brian T. Shirley joined the U.S. Air Force in 1987 and worked as a B-1 Lancer Avionics Technician at Dyess Air Force Base,...

    Retired Col. Rogers Porter

    11.06.2015 | Story by Senior Airman Daniel Hughes
    Retired Col. Rogers Porter, in 1946, took a flight in a surplus Army Stearman, which ignited a passion for flying. A local flying school let him fly for the price of gas, giving him an opportunity to earn his private pilot license. Once he had his license, he applied for the Aviation Cadet program.