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A member of the Charleston County S.W.A.T. team dons his gear for a joint training exercise with Citadel cadets and members of the 628th Security Forces Squadron April 12, 2019, on Naval Weapons Station Charleston, Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Members of JB Charleston can bring their unused or expired prescription pills for disposal to the Air Base BX or the Naval Weapons Station NEX on April 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Event coordinators say they cannot accept liquids, needles/sharps, but they will accept pills and patches. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
A corpsman at Naval Health Clinic Charleston x-rays the arm of a patient in this file photo. NHCC currently renders a wide range of quality health services for approximately 17,000  service members, family members and veterans at the Naval Weapons Station in Goose Creek.
A corpsman at Naval Health Clinic Charleston hospital takes the blood pressure of a patient in this file photo. The NHCC currently renders quality health services for approximately 12,000 enrollees from the Naval Weapons Station in Goose Creek, including providing a sick call clinic for 5000 students and 500 faculty of the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command.
Col. Terrence Adams, 628th Air Base Wing commander, speaks with a base audience during a Feb. 2019 meeting at Joint Base Charleston. Base leadership hosted four town hall meetings during March and has four more planned for April.
Pollen mixed with runoff flow through drainage areas at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. 628th Civil Engineer Squadron asks that residents be conscious of where their runoff goes when they spray off houses and vehicles during pollen season.
Pollen mixed with runoff flow through drainage areas at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. 628th Civil Engineer Squadron asks that residents be conscious of where their runoff goes when they spray off houses and vehicles during pollen season.
Maj. Amanda Ferguson, 628th Medical Group Pharmacy Flight commander, pauses in the newly renovated pharmacy facilities. Her vision of a remodel was recently completed, the goal of which is to make their patients' experiences better, faster and easier than in the past.
A new IT system called GSL will expedite the pick-up process at the 628th Medical Group Pharmacy and is part of its recent remodel, the goal of which is to make their patients' experiences better, faster and easier than in the past.
A new layout is improving efficiency in the recently renovated 628th Medical Group Pharmacy facilities. The goal of the renovation is to make the pharmacy's patients' experiences better, faster and easier than in the past.
The compounding suite at the newly renovated 628th Medical Group Pharmacy will enable staff to create custom dosages of medications.
The Q-flow automated kiosks at the newly renovated 628th Medical Group Pharmacy will enable patients to check-in at the pharmacy without having to wait in line.
Senior Airman Sofia Espinoza, 628th Security Forces Squadron base armorer, inspect an M-4 rifle during a routine weapon check March 27, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Espinoza was awarded the 2018 Junior Enlisted Woman of the Year award by the Palmetto Chapter of Women In Defense March 21, 2019.
Senior Airman Sofia Espinoza, 628th Security Forces Squadron base armorer, was awarded the 2018 Junior Enlisted Woman of the Year award by the Palmetto Chapter of Women In Defense March 21, 2019. Espinoza was presented the award during the 9th annual Military Woman of Year event held at the Founders Hall at Charles Towne Landing, Charleston, S.C.
An all-female air crews take a moment for a photo before takeoff March 31, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
A 628th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Airman speaks to his team members after the conclusion of combat tactics training March 22, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
1st Lt. Paul Underwood, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight chief, returns fire from behind a barrier March 22, 2019, during combat tactics training at the Joint Base Charleston, S.C. - Naval Weapons Station.
Three 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight, Airmen listen to a pre-training safety brief March 22, 2019, at a training compound on the Joint Base Charleston, S.C. - Naval Weapons Station.
The shoulder of a 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight, Airman covered in paint after a routine training exercise, March 22, 2019, at a training compound on the Joint Base Charleston, S.C. - Naval Weapons Station.
1st Lt. Paul Underwood, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight chief, returns fire from behind a barrier March 22, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. - Naval Weapons Station.