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Lt. Col. Ralph Taylor, 628th Mission Support Group deputy commander, begins the Air Force Community Partnership Program Joint Base Charleston Tabletop Exercise, August 26, 2015 at Trident Tech College in North Charleston, S.C. The JB Charleston TTX was the culmination of several planning meetings where a core group of installation and community leaders shared information on existing partnerships, organizational needs and capabilities/resources and identified potential partnering opportunities to reduce operating and service costs or reduce risks, while retaining or enhancing quality. The exercise served as a forum for members of the installation and local communities to engage in focused discussions related to the concept of partnering and clearly identify the next steps required to make the opportunities become reality. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. AJ Hyatt)
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Lt. Col. Ralph Taylor, 628th Mission Support Group deputy commander, begins the Air Force Community Partnership Program Joint Base Charleston Tabletop Exercise, August 26, 2015 at Trident Tech College in North Charleston, S.C. The JB Charleston TTX was the culmination of several planning meetings where a core group of installation and community leaders shared information on existing partnerships, organizational needs and capabilities/resources and identified potential partnering opportunities to reduce operating and service costs or reduce risks, while retaining or enhancing quality. The exercise served as a forum for members of the installation and local communities to engage in focused discussions related to the concept of partnering and clearly identify the next steps required to make the opportunities become reality. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. AJ Hyatt)


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