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437th MXG recognizes team member's 51 years of service
December 22, 2020
— The 437th Maintenance Group suite was renamed in honor of a dedicated civilian with 51 years of service under her belt on December 18, 2020. Erma Asaro, an administrative executive assistant for the 437th MXG, started her career right out of high school in 1964 working at the Pentagon. Asaro began to work at Charleston with the 315th Airlift Wing in 1974 and finally ended up in the 437th MXG in 1988. During Asaro’s time, she was awarded the Civilian Achievement Medal, the Civilian Exemplary Service Medal four times, the Civilian Meritorious Service Medal and the Outstanding Career Civilian Service Medal. ...
Regardless of the uniform we wear: 628th CES Fire Department
December 9, 2020
— The 628th Civil Engineer Squadron supports many different missions here at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The Fire Department on base consists of 57 military and 52 civilian members that work together to ensure the people of Joint Base Charleston are safe and protected from any immediate danger. Christopher Swift, a driver operator working with the 628th CES, is always ensuring the mission is complete. ...
628th FSS Airmen feed the force
November 4, 2020
— A part of 628th Force Support Squadron’s mission is to enhance the quality of life and combat capabilities through diversified services. From lodging to fitness, these Airmen support the joint team here when it comes to readiness and support in a variety of ways. For FSS Airmen at Joint Base Charleston’s Gaylor Dining Facility, feeding the force by offering meals day-to-day is what they bring to the overall mission. ...
437th Aerial Port Squadron Passenger Operations Flight Honored by the Community Resource Center Summerville
October 23, 2020
— Members of Joint Base Charleston and the local community came together to honor members of the 437th Aerial Port Squadron, Oct. 22, for their dedication to the Lowcountry. These Airmen assisted the Summerville YMCA and the Community Resource Center Summerville in providing over 60,000 boxes of groceries and 2,400 kits of school supplies to Dorchester County Residents amidst the COVID-19 pandemic...
From the port to the fort: 841st Transportation Battalion
October 21, 2020
— Joint Base Charleston has a variety of different missions executed by every military branch. The 841st Transportation Battalion is one Army unit that works closely with Joint Base Charleston to support the warfighter and help deliver cargo to wherever it needs to go. Specifically for this mission, U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Will Twigg, a reservist assigned to the 841st Transportation Battalion, verifies equipment as it comes off the cargo vessel and ensures that it is staged in the appropriate areas for easy port clearance. ...
Volunteer gives back to service members at Joint Base Charleston’s Airman’s Attic
October 14, 2020
— Service members come from different backgrounds and for some, arriving to their first duty station may be the first time they’re on their own. One member of Team Charleston helps make sure service members and their families have what they need. Courtney Blackwell, head volunteer at Joint Base Charleston’s Airman’s Attic, works with a team of volunteers to obtain items including, military uniforms, clothing, non-perishable foods, furniture, and other necessary utilities to support service members and their families. ...
JB Charleston participates in suicide awareness month
September 16, 2020
— Suicide Awareness Month is every September and the mental health clinic at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., is leading the way, along with other helping agencies, such as the community action team, to help raise awareness on the matter for the base...
628th CS Civilian reflects on 40 years of service
September 10, 2020
— Civilians are a vital part of the mission here at Joint Base Charleston, one of which has just hit the 40 year mark of civil and military service. Alvin Green, director of cyberspace plans and resources for the 628th Communications Squadron, joined the Joint Base Charleston team in 1993, after four years of enlisted service and two civilian assignments...
New 628th ABW CCC: A seasoned leader
September 1, 2020
— “It’s not the job you have, it’s the job you do…whatever job you have, do it to the best of your ability.” ...
Hazardous waste and how we deal with it
August 24, 2020
— The 628th Civil Engineer Squadron’s installation management flight environmental management element is responsible for ensuring hazardous waste is properly processed and disposed of at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. Hazardous waste must be disposed of properly in order for it to not harm the environment and those who live around the base and disposal sites. ...