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Retired Army Staff Sgt. Dan Powers, a former squad leader with the 118th military police company, and Airman 1st Class Deon Stevenson, a firefighter from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, cut the cake at the Joint Base Charleston Air Force ball, Sep. 14, 2019, in Charleston, S.C.
Retired Army Staff Sgt. Dan Powers, a former squad leader with the 118th military police company, stands with members of Joint Base Charleston’s Red 7 and their spouses during the JB Charleston Air Force Ball, Sep. 14, 2019, in Charleston, S.C.
Attendees of the Joint Base Charleston Air Force Ball raise their glasses in honor of the prisoners of war and the individuals who went missing in action, Sep. 14, 2019, in Charleston, S.C.
Joint Base Charleston honor guard members stand ready to present the colors and honor prisoners of war and missing in action at the Joint Base Charleston Air Force Ball, Sep. 14, 2019, in Charleston, S.C.
Colonel Christopher Robinson. (Courtesy Photo)
Master Sgt. Terrell Tilley, 628th Force Support Squadron career assistance advisor, holds the POW/MIA flag while a group gets ready to run during a memorial run Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Senior Airman Jack Safford, 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance technician, holds a folded flag after a retreat ceremony Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Airmen from Joint Base Charleston lower the U.S. Flag during a retreat ceremony Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Airman 1st Class Alexander Elkins, 628th Security Forces Squadron installation entry controller, prepares to lower the U.S. Flag during a retreat ceremony Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Chief Master Sgt. Ronnie Phillips, 437th Airlift Wing command chief, gives a speech prior to a retreat ceremony about a family relative who was a prisoner of war Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Senior Airman Joshua Hall, 437th Aerial Port Squadron cargo processing technician, adjusts the POW/MIA flag during a retreat ceremony Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Lt. Col. Christine Smetana, 628th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron commander, leads a flight in rendering a salute during a retreat ceremony Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Airmen from the 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron run during a POW/MIA memorial run Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
Airman 1st Class Kenneth Frechette, 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron supply technician, leads his group during a POW/MIA memorial run Sep. 20, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Mayra Serrano, a mental health technician assigned to the 628th Medical Group, stands in front of the Mental Health Clinic entrance Sept. 16, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Air Force medical technicians like Serrano help ensure the medical readiness, both physically and mentally, of over 200,000 Airmen around the world.
A brain-shaped stress ball and a 628th Medical Operations Squadron patch are displayed in front of an operational camouflage pattern cap at the mental health clinic Aug. 27, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Air Force medical technicians help ensure the medical readiness, both physically and mentally, of over 200,000 Airmen around the world.
Members of the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department push a firetruck during a push-in ceremony at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Aug. 27, 2019. The push-in ceremony was a way for the Fire Department to welcome two new firetrucks to their fleet, a P-26 water tanker and a P-26 aerial apparatus, and was the first of its kind at JB Charleston. Push-in ceremonies date back to when firefighters responded with horses and carriages and pushed their carriages back into stalls after returning from a call.
Members of the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department push a firetruck during a push-in ceremony at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Aug. 27, 2019. The push-in ceremony was a way for the Fire Department to welcome two new firetrucks to their fleet, a P-26 water tanker and a P-26 aerial apparatus, and was the first of its kind at JB Charleston. Push-in ceremonies date back to when firefighters responded with horses and carriages and pushed their carriages back into stalls after returning from a call.
A firetruck is parked on the flightline during a push-in ceremony at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Aug. 27, 2019. The push-in ceremony was a way for the Fire Department to welcome two new firetrucks to their fleet, a P-26 water tanker and a P-26 aerial apparatus, and was the first of its kind at JB Charleston. Push-in ceremonies date back to when firefighters responded with horses and carriages and pushed their carriages back into stalls after returning from a call.
Lt. Col. Wayne Kinsel, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, gives opening remarks during a push-in ceremony at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Aug. 27, 2019. The push-in ceremony was a way for the Fire Department to welcome two new firetrucks to their fleet, a P-26 water tanker and a P-26 aerial apparatus, and was the first of its kind at JB Charleston. Push-in ceremonies date back to when firefighters responded with horses and carriages and pushed their carriages back into stalls after returning from a call.