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  • It starts here: Training continues

    It starts here: Training Continues: Part 2 of the Development and Training Flight series“I am faithful to a proud heritage, a tradition of honor, and a legacy of valor,” was proudly recited during the Airman’s Creed by the young men and women of the 315th Airlift Wing Development and Training Flight

  • It starts here: Development & Training Flight

    Concern, fear, anxiety, and fatigue shadow the rigid, but unorthodox position of attention among the young men and women of the 315th Airlift Wing Development and Training Flight here. Mixed among those faces, beamed a glimmer of pride and patriotism that sparked the initiative of these recently

  • Combat photojournalist translates skills to help keep city safe

    Frank Govea is a Los Angeles Police Department Crime Scene Photographer III. As part of the LAPD Technical Investigation Photo Unit, he’s crisscrossed the 503 square miles of the city of Los Angeles multiple times documenting evidence. When at Joint Base Charleston, this crime scene photographer is

  • NBA Hornets supportive of Charleston Reservist's deployment

    When Charleston Reservist Staff Sgt. Della Creech was given the opportunity to work as an HR co-op for the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets she was thrilled. But midway through her co-op, the then special handling joint inspector with the 81st Aerial Port Squadron, here, was tasked with a Middle East

  • Reserve Firefighters Tackle Aircraft Burn Trainer

    Firefighters with the 315th Civil Engineer Flight stepped out of the firehouse and into a fire during the March Air Force Reserve drill weekend at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The team conducted aircraft live-fire training, with newer members taking the lead to gain familiarity with equipment and

  • Combat Camera active, Reserve units train together

    After two weeks in the field participating in Exercise Scorpion Lens and one week of prep, active duty and Reserve Airmen from the 1st and 4th Camera Squadrons, respectively, decamped Army Training Center Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and McCrady Training Center, Eastover, S.C for the road back to