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September is Suicide Prevention Month.
September is Suicide Prevention Month.
September is Suicide Prevention Month.
Joint Base Charleston Briefs and Events
Challenging conventional wisdom with creative messages, a commentary by Col. Thomas Walter, 315th Maintenance Group commander.
Stay safe this Independence Day! Check out these tips on firework safety.
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Benjamin Lanteigne, 628th Security Forces Squadron patrolman, as himself, right, and as Getulio D ’Amalfi, left, a solider from the Norman Kingdom of Sicily and a reenactment character he created.
In order to help mitigate issues while obtaining an ID card, this step-by-step chart simplifies the correct procedures.
This portrait is part of a photo-series honoring the contributions and history of African American service members. Black History Month became a month-long celebration in 1976. This year's theme is "African Americans in Times of War."
Graphic provided by the U.S. Department of Defense.
JB Charleston athletes to tackle Alpha Warrior Final Battle
Since its inception in 1947, the U.S. Air Force has been known for its capability to evolve as needs around the world change and time progresses.
A free concert featuring the bands 3 Doors Down, Thompson Square and Linkin’ Bridge (accompanied by Azul Experience) will be held at the picnic grounds on the Air Base July 29. Music Fest 2017 is open to all DOD ID cardholders and their families and will include a festival village with local food vendors, booths and family-friendly activities. The event opens at 3 p.m. with music performances beginning at 5 p.m.
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Areas where the coyote extraction is taking place will be marked with this sign indicating the presence of foothold traps.
Foothold trapping coyotes in the wooded area near The Exchange on the Air Base as marked on this map is scheduled to begin shortly.
Capt. Gary Whiteman, 14th Airlift Squadron C-Flight assistant flight commander, 437th Airlift Wing, and his sister 1st Lt. Kristina Whiteman, 14th AS liaison officer, pose for a portrait at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina April 10, 2017. The Whiteman siblings are both U.S. Air Force Academy graduates and C-17 Globemaster III pilots here.
As illustrated, the posture, which creates the greatest pressure on the intervertebral discs, is bending forward when lifting weights from a seated position, that which is similar to performing the deadlift. Note that lifting from the seated positon increases disc load by 2.75x and standing with forward bending increases disc load by 2.25x. If you combine the positional increase in disc pressure and heavy loads such as that with deadlifting; it becomes apparent that while lifting heavy loads during lifts such as the deadlift one puts themselves at an increased risk of disc injury.
Wings from the 628th Air Base Wing logo with the Joint Base Charleston logo above.
JB Charleston logo w/ 628 ABW Wings