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The B-25 “Furtle Turtle,” located on the hanger deck of the USS Yorktown at the Patriots Point Martime Museum in Mount Pleasant, S.C., sits supported by custom-built jack stands just before Airmen from the 437 Maintenance Group from Joint Base Charleston, S.C., reinstalled new wheels and tires.
Tech. Sgt. Nathon Andrews (center) and members from Patriots Point maintenance staff, place a tripod jack under the wing of a B-25 bomber located at Patriots Point Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, S.C., to facilitate removing the wheel and tire assembly.
Master Sgt. Ron Williams holds the outer brake assembly of a B-25 at Patriots Point Martime Museum in Mount Pleasant, S.C., as Tech. Sgt. Nathon Andrews (background), Staff Sgt. Mark Jacobs (right) and Airman 1st Class Christopher Garren (left) slowly remove the wheel and tire assembly from the axle.
USS Charleston’s ship company stands with Vietnam, World War II and military veterans March 11, 2019, at the Somerby of Mount Pleasant, S.C., a senior living community.
Vietnam, World War II and military veterans’ photos line the wall at the Somerby of Mount Pleasant, a senior living community, as a display honoring Navy Week in Charleston, S.C.
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg delivers a proclamation to kick off Navy Week March 11, 2019, at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Members of Joint Base Charleston’s leadership attend the proclamation ceremony for Navy Week March 11, 2019, at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
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An Airman carries a training dummy into a transportation isolation system March 5, 2019, during an exercise at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
An Airman performs the final set of checks during transportation isolation system training March 5, 2019, while practicing patient care in a containment unit at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
Airmen transport simulated patients onto a C-17 Globemaster III during a transportation isolation system training exercise March 6, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III is prepped to transport a transportation isolation system March 6, 2019, during a training exercise that allows Airmen to practice the most effective and safest form of transportation for patients and their medical professionals. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
Airmen assist one another in donning their personal protective equipment March 6, 2019, while on-board an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III during transportation isolation system training at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
Airmen taking part in transportation isolation system training March 6, 2019, attend to simulated patients during an exercise designed to enhance how the Air Force transports patients and their medical professionals at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
An Airman prepares and inspects his gear before donning personal protective equipment March 5, 2019 during transportation isolation system training at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Laura Mendoza dons her personal protection equipment March 5, 2019, during transportation isolation system training at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Mendoza is a respiratory therapist from the 60th Surgical Operations Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases.
Boatswain’s Mate Petty Officer 3rd Class Karim Diallo, Coastal Riverine Squadron 10 Bravo 2nd Platoon, performs a personnel inspection during a deployment exercise March 6, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. -- Naval Weapons Station.
Sailors from the Coastal Riverine Squadron 10 Bravo 2nd Platoon, stand in formation during a deployment exercise March 6, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. -- Naval Weapons Station.
Master-at-Arms Petty Officer 3rd Class Adam Bolas, Coastal Riverine Squadron 10 Bravo 2nd Platoon, stands watch over a simulated foreign national during a deployment exercise March 5, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. -- Naval Weapons Station.
Saliors from the Coastal Riverine Squadron 10 Bravo 2nd Platoon, take cover during one of the simulations for a deployment exercise March 5, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. -- Naval Weapons Station.