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70 years: Our Legacy through Airmen's Eyes

By Staff Sgt. Andrea Salazar | Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs | Sept. 18, 2017

JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. — Maj. Amanda Ferguson, 628th Medical Support Squadron is the Pharmacy Flight commander here. “We often hear, ‘Thank you for your service,’ when we are in uniform amongst our civilian counterparts. My response is always, ‘It's an honor and a privilege,’ said Ferguson. "Serving has been an incredible journey for me. Uniquely, as a pharmacist, not only do I get to work alongside an amazing multi-disciplinary team providing trusted care to our nation's heroes, I also have the opportunity to lead Airmen to accomplish this mission. It's an honor to stand on the shoulders of giants who preceded us and continue to make our organization the greatest in the world. We are an organization that is continuously changing, continuously improving. This innovation powered, mostly, by our Airmen. The opportunity to lead them and watch their ideas ignite one after the other is by-far the best part of my job!”