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Reservists deliver humanitarian aid to Guatemala
Reservists deliver humanitarian aid to Guatemala
Reservists deliver humanitarian aid to Guatemala
Terrence Larimer, natural resources manager assigned to the 628th Civil Engineering Squadron, uses a hand-held torch during a prescribed fire operation at the Joint Base Charleston Naval Weapons Station, May 6, 2014.
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic New Professionals (NPs) help lay the foundation for a new Habitat for Humanity home.
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic New Professionals (NPs) dig rocks out of the front yard of a Habitat for Humanity home.
The Joint Base Charleston – Air Base  Christmas tree shines brightly in front of the December moon at JB Charleston, S.C.
Col. Clinton C. Wasem, 1608th Air Transport Wing Commander, Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., greets Hungarian refugees on Dec. 10, 1956, as they arrive at Charleston AFB on a C-121 Constellation
Hungarian refugees wait outside building 246 at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., in December of 1956.
Hungarian refugee children receive Christmas gifts from military and civilian members of Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., in December of 1956.
A Hungarian refugee, one of 279 who were flown out of Eastern Europe in December of 1956 by C-121s based at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., receives a meal at the Charleston AFB dining hall.
Staff Sgt. Terry Allen Davis Jr., 451st Combat Logistics Battalion training chief, attends a Christmas party on Johns Island, S.C, Dec. 14, 2018, to accept donations on behalf of the Toys for Tots campaign. All of the toys were donated by individuals and businesses within the Lowcountry and given to those in the community who may have for one reason or another fallen on hard times during the holiday season. The goal of the program is to, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children through the gift of a new toy. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua R. Maund)
Staff Sgt. Terry Allen Davis Jr., left, 451st Combat Logistics Battalion training chief, looks on as a local business unveils the number of gifts they donated Dec. 14, 2018, on Johns Island, S.C. All of the toys were donated by individuals and businesses within the Lowcountry and given to those in the community who may have for one reason or another fallen on hard times during the holiday season. The goal of the program is to, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children through the gift of a new toy.
Staff Sgt. Terry Allen Davis Jr., left, 451st Combat Logistics Battalion training chief, looks on as a local business unveils the number of gifts they donated Dec. 14, 2018, on Johns Island, S.C. All of the toys were donated by individuals and businesses within the Lowcountry and given to those in the community who may have for one reason or another fallen on hard times during the holiday season. The goal of the program is to, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children through the gift of a new toy.
Yeoman First Class Kealy R. Lee from Joint Base Charleston, S.C. is honored as the Bureau of Navy Personnel's Command Enterprise Sailor of the Year by Rear Adm. J.W. Hughes, left, and Force Master Chief Scott Rossiter, right, Nov. 12, 2018 in Millington, Tennessee. Lee will move on to compete at the next level for Military Personnel Training and Education Sailor of the Year at Pensacola, Florida.
Keith Thompson, the conservation program manager with the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, speaks to children at the Joint Base Charleston Naval Weapons Station Child Development Center about the importance of trees in our communities during the base’s Arbor Day celebration, held annually on Dec. 7.
Guy Sabin, left, vice president of the South Carolina Forestry Association, presents the American Tree Farm certification to and Barry Lewis, center, chief of the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron Environmental Flight and Alan Hill, right, base forester from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, during a ceremony at the Joint Base Charleston Naval Weapons Station Child Development Center during the base’s Arbor Day celebration, held annually on Dec. 7.
Children pose for a group picture with a Tree City USA banner after assisting natural resources staff plant a Live Oak tree at the Joint Base Charleston Naval Weapons Station Child Development Center during the base’s Arbor Day celebration, held annually on Dec. 7.
Marine Lance Cpl. Abril Garcia, a bulk fuel specialist from Marine Wing Support Squadron 172, Okinawa, Japan, retrieves a fuel sample during a technical demonstration of the Expeditionary Mobile Fuel Additization Capability at the Charleston Defense Fuel Supply Point Dec. 6, 2018.
Army Sgt. Leroy Faulkner, a fuel supply specialist from Ft. Lee, Va., tests fuel to determine the amount of additives needed in order for it to reach military specification during a technical demonstration of the Expeditionary Mobile Fuel Additization Capability at the Charleston Defense Fuel Supply Point Dec. 6, 2018.