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    Sunny days or hurricanes 437th Weather Operations...

    06.30.2020 | Story by Airman 1st Class Cory Davis
    The 437th Operations Support Squadron Weather Operations Flight faces unique challenges since they support land, air and sea operations at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. The base hosts multiple service components with varying missions and capabilities that require real-time weather information. These factors, combined with an annual hurricane season that has led to a base-wide evacuation the last three years, require the 437th...

    JB Charleston dental clinic remains operational to...

    06.25.2020 | Story by Airman 1st Class Sara Jenkins
    Even in the midst of a pandemic, dental care remains an important part of staying healthy and remaining mission ready. Airmen who work in the 628th Medical Group dental clinic have adapted to changes brought on by COVID-19. Lt. Col. Christopher Jordan, 628 MDG chief of dental services, said they have had to restrict a lot of services and focus on readiness.

    Joint Base Charleston benefits from Military...

    06.19.2020 | Story by Airman 1st Class Cory Davis
    Capt. Marcin Smurawa, an aircraft maintenance officer for the Polish air force, is a member of the Military Personnel Exchange Program, which allows him to serve as a fuels management flight commander for the 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The exchange program is a two-year course that personnel from NATO are able to participate in at bases across the U.S. Air Force

    In rolls the night shift at Joint Base Charleston

    06.01.2020 | Story by Airman 1st Class Cory Davis
    It’s common for people who work during the weekday at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, to hear the sounds of Retreat and the National Anthem at 4:30 p.m.. It’s also normal for people who live either on the base or near it to hear aircraft taking off for local training flights and real-world missions as they wind down at night and prepare to go to sleep. This is a normal occurrence at JB Charleston; however, this may beg the...

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