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Airman 1st Class Jake Roxas, an engineering assistant assigned to the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, S.C., calibrates a Trimble R8 global positioning receiver using a handheld unit, June 5, 2019 at North Auxiliary Airfield, S.C., during an aircraft crash assessment exercise. Airmen used specialized receivers that help them track the position of potential debris. Engineering assistants specialize in planning and managing construction projects for military installations and ensuring that facilities and structures are able to operate at full capacity.
Airman 1st Class Weston Foust, an engineering assistant from the 20th Civil Engineer Squadron at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., ensures a tripod is level while setting up global positioning receivers, June 5, 2019 at North Auxiliary Airfield, S.C. during an aircraft crash analysis exercise. Joint Base Charleston engineering assistants were joined by their counterparts from Shaw Air Force Base to help younger Airmen learn what it’s like to coordinate with other bases during a real world crisis scenario. Engineering assistants specialize in planning and managing construction projects for military installations and ensuring that facilities and structures are able to operate at full capacity.
Airman 1st Class Weston Foust, an engineering assistant from the 20th Civil Engineer Squadron at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., hammers a nail into a stake while setting up global positioning receiver, June 5, 2019 at North Auxiliary Airfield, S.C. during an aircraft crash analysis exercise. Joint Base Charleston engineering assistants were joined by their counterparts from Shaw Air Force Base to help younger Airmen learn what it’s like to coordinate with other bases during a real world crisis scenario. Air Force engineering assistants have the role of plotting out the positions of all debris pieces using global positioning devices during crash analysis operations. Engineering assistants specialize in planning and managing construction projects for bases and ensuring that facilities and structures are able to operate at full capacity.
Airman 1st Class Derek Akers, a French horn player with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, shakes hands with an audience member after a show June 6th, 2019, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Airman 1st Class Andrea Murano, a flute player with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, performs for veterans and community members June 6, 2019, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Master Sgt. Christopher Stahl, a bassoonist with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, performs, June 6th, 2019, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Airman 1st Class Louis Kim, a clarinet player with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, changes his sheet music during a performance June 6th, 2019 in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Airman 1st Class Louis Kim, a clarinet player with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, performs for veterans and community members June 6th, 2019, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
A Vietnam veteran salutes the flag during the National Anthem before a U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds concert June 6th, 2019, in Mount Pleasant S.C.
Airman 1st Class Andrea Murano, a flute player with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, performs for veterans and community members June 6, 2019, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Delores Goodwin, retired teacher and audience member, takes a video of the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds June 6th, 2019, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Master Sgt. Christopher Stahl, a bassoonist with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, performs for veterans and community members June 6th, 2019 in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Airman 1st Class Louis Kim, a clarinet player with the U.S. Air Force Heritage Winds, introduces himself to the crowd during a performance June 6th, 2019, in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
U.S. Sailors listen to a proclamation reading during a Battle of Midway commemoration, June 6, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston’s Naval Weapons Station, S.C. The ceremony highlighted the contributions of U.S. Sailors to the success at Midway during World War II. The Battle of Midway took place between June 4, 1942, and June 7, 1942, six months after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Thomas T. Charlton)
U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Adrienne Benton, a chaplain assigned to the Naval Weapons Station, prays with the attending members during a Battle of Midway commemoration, June 6, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston’s Naval Weapons Station, S.C. The ceremony highlighted the contributions of U.S. Sailors to the success at Midway during World War II. The Battle of Midway took place between June 4, 1942, and June 7, 1942, six months after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Thomas T. Charlton)
U.S. Navy Cmdr. Pat Sutton, Naval Support Activity executive officer, explains the Navy’s critical role in the nation’s defense during a Battle of Midway commemoration, June 6, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston’s Naval Weapons Station, S.C. The ceremony highlighted the contributions of U.S. Sailors to the success at Midway during World War II. The Battle of Midway took place between June 4, 1942, and June 7, 1942, six months after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Thomas T. Charlton)
Attendees bow their heads during a moment of silence at a Battle of Midway commemoration, June 6, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston’s Naval Weapons Station, S.C. The ceremony highlighted the contributions of U.S. Sailors to the success at Midway during World War II. The Battle of Midway took place between June 4, 1942, and June 7, 1942, six months after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Thomas T. Charlton)
Master Chief Petty Officer John Lonsdale, Naval Support Activity command chief, meets with Educational Administrator to discuss logistics and future goals of Joint Base Charleston’s Naval College campus, June 4, 2019. The new campus will offer college classes in August 2019 for service members and their families to progress toward their educational goals. . Military leaders recognize the value and importance of advanced education and encourage members to pursue an education program through one or more of the educational programs available to them.
Kai Campbell, left, Saint Leo University regional representative and Commander Pat Sutton, Naval Support Activity executive officer, tour the building allocated to house Joint Base Charleston’s Navy College campus June 4, 2019.  The new campus will offer college classes in August 2019 for service members and their families to progress toward their educational goals.
A sign indicating the future location of the Joint Base Charleston Naval College classrooms and administrative offices hangs on a wall June 4, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston’s Naval Weapons Station in Goose Creek S.C. The new campus will offer college classes in August 2019 for service members and their families to progress toward their educational goals.