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Capt. David Sage, 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle management flight commander, holds a 3D-printed fuel truck cap valve for an R-11 Refueler truck Jan. 14, 2020, at Joint Base Charleston, SC.
The upkeep of 40 Joint Base Charleston C-17 Globemasters takes a highly trained team of maintenance professionals to identify and repair problems. This responsibility falls under the 437th Maintenance Flight. The flight has four different work centers which make up home station check and consists of crew chiefs, jet engine mechanics, repair and reclamation and wheel and tire team members
The upkeep of 40 Joint Base Charleston C-17 Globemasters takes a highly trained team of maintenance professionals to identify and repair problems. This responsibility falls under the 437th Maintenance Flight. The flight has four different work centers which make up home station check and consists of crew chiefs, jet engine mechanics, repair and reclamation and wheel and tire team members
The upkeep of 40 Joint Base Charleston C-17 Globemasters takes a highly trained team of maintenance professionals to identify and repair problems. This responsibility falls under the 437th Maintenance Flight. The flight has four different work centers which make up home station check and consists of crew chiefs, jet engine mechanics, repair and reclamation and wheel and tire team members
The upkeep of 40 Joint Base Charleston C-17 Globemasters takes a highly trained team of maintenance professionals to identify and repair problems. This responsibility falls under the 437th Maintenance Flight. The flight has four different work centers which make up home station check and consists of crew chiefs, jet engine mechanics, repair and reclamation and wheel and tire team members
The upkeep of 40 Joint Base Charleston C-17 Globemasters takes a highly trained team of maintenance professionals to identify and repair problems. This responsibility falls under the 437th Maintenance Flight. The flight has four different work centers which make up home station check and consists of crew chiefs, jet engine mechanics, repair and reclamation and wheel and tire team members
Staff Sgt. Gelisa Inniss, 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron NCO in charge of ground transportation operations center, Naval Weapons Station, poses for a photo Joint Base Charleston NWS in Goose Creek, S.C., Jan. 7, 2020. Innis was the first female active duty Airman to complete the Brakeman Switchman Course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua R. Maund)
Staff Sgt. Gelisa Inniss, 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron NCO in charge of ground transportation operations center, Naval Weapons Station, inspects a railcar coupling at Joint Base Charleston NWS in Goose Creek, S.C., Jan. 7, 2020. Innis was the first female active duty Airman to complete the Brakeman Switchman Course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua R. Maund)
Staff Sgt. Gelisa Inniss, 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron NCO in charge of ground transportation operations center, Naval Weapons Station, stands on a locomotive at Joint Base Charleston NWS in Goose Creek, S.C., Jan. 7, 2020. Innis was the first active duty Airman to complete the Brakeman Switchman Course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua R. Maund)
Maj. Gen. John Gordy, U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center commander, thanks Airmen for their service Dec. 10, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. During USAF EC leadership’s visit, they toured various facilities across the installation for a behind-the-scenes look at base operations and watched service members in action. The USAF EC is the Air Force’s center of excellence for rapid global mobility and agile combat support training and education. The center also has direct oversight for installation support, contingency response and mission sets within the global mobility enterprise.
Maj. Gen. John Gordy, U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Kristopher Berg, USAF EC command chief, learn about the fire department’s mission Dec. 10, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. During their visit, Gordy and Berg toured various facilities across the installation for a behind-the-scenes look at base operations while getting a glimpse of service members in action. The USAF EC is the Air Force’s center of excellence for rapid global mobility and agile combat support training and education. The center also has direct oversight for installation support, contingency response and mission sets within the global mobility enterprise.
Chief Master Sgt. Kristopher Berg, U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center command chief, learns about the base fitness center’s plans and goals Dec. 11, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. During the visit, EC leadership toured various facilities across the installation for a behind-the-scenes look at base operations while getting a glimpse of service members in action. The USAF EC is the Air Force’s center of excellence for rapid global mobility and agile combat support training and education. The center also has direct oversight for installation support, contingency response and mission sets within the global mobility enterprise.
Maj. Gen. John Gordy, U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Kristopher Berg, USAF EC command chief, examine a High Altitude Airdrop Missions (HAAMS) equipment demonstration Dec. 11, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. During their visit, Gordy and Berg toured various facilities across the installation for a behind-the-scenes look at base operations while getting a glimpse of service members in action. The USAF EC is the Air Force’s center of excellence for rapid global mobility and agile combat support training and education. The center also has direct oversight for installation support, contingency response and mission sets within the global mobility enterprise.
Maj. Gen. John Gordy, U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center commander, meets with Airmen Dec. 10, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. During USAF EC leadership’s visit, they toured various facilities across the installation for a behind-the-scenes look at base operations and watched service members in action. The USAF EC is the Air Force’s center of excellence for rapid global mobility and agile combat support training and education. The center also has direct oversight for installation support, contingency response and mission sets within the global mobility enterprise.
Capt. Monica Notzon, CO Commander, assigned to the 118th MP CO (ABN), from Fort Bragg, N.C., communicates with a jumpmaster and loadmaster over the Nevada Testing and Training Range, Nevada., December 7, 2019.
Three C-17 Globemaster III’s were prepped for takeoff at Pope Army Airfield N.C., December 7, 2019. The 437th Airlift Wing staged at Pope to load the 82nd Airborne assigned to Fort Bragg, N.C.. The 437th AW supported Joint Forcible Entry 19B by sending the a three-ship to the Nevada Testing and Training Range to conduct personnel airdrop operations with the 82nd Airborne, three other C-17 Globemaster III’s, and 17 C-130J Hercules. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Lance Valencia)
Capt. Nicholas Cox, a pilot instructor, and Capt. Jacob Nations, copilot assigned to the 16th Airlift Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., conducted pre-flight checks at Pope Army Airfield N.C., December 7, 2019. The 16th AS staged at Pope to load the 82nd Airborne assigned to Fort Bragg, N.C.. The 437th Airlift Wing supported Joint Forcible Entry 19B by sending the a three-ship to the Nevada Testing and Training Range to conduct personnel airdrop operations with the 82nd Airborne, three other C-17 Globemaster III’s, and 17 C-130J Hercules. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Lance Valencia)
Capt. Nicholas Cox, a pilot instructor, assigned to the 16th Airlift Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., conducts pre-flight checks at Pope Army Airfield N.C., December 7, 2019. The 16th AS staged at Pope to load the 82nd Airborne assigned to Fort Bragg, N.C.. The 437th Airlift Wing supported Joint Forcible Entry 19B by sending a three-ship to the Nevada Testing and Training Range to conduct personnel airdrop operations with the 82nd Airborne, three other C-17 Globemaster III’s, and 17 C-130J Hercules. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Lance Valencia)
Col. Gregory S. Gilmour, outgoing Commander of the 315th Airlift Wing at JB Charleston, retired after 33 years of service across the U.S. Air Force Reserve and U.S. Navy at his retirement ceremony December 8, 2019, at JB Charleston.
“You couldn’t find a better character in a leader or a friend,” said Brig. Gen. Pennington, Mobilization Assistant to the Commander and President, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Pennington has known Gilmour for about 15 years through military service.
Col. Gregory S. Gilmour, outgoing Commander of the 315th Airlift Wing at JB Charleston, retired after 33 years of service across the U.S. Air Force Reserve and U.S. Navy at his retirement ceremony December 8, 2019, at JB Charleston.
“You couldn’t find a better character in a leader or a friend,” said Brig. Gen. Pennington, Mobilization Assistant to the Commander and President, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Pennington has known Gilmour for about 15 years through military service.