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Combined Federal Campaign 2021
November 29, 2021

Joint Base Charleston recognized for Afghanistan evacuation efforts
November 29, 2021

City of Hanahan honors veterans with Red, White, Blue Festival
November 12, 2020
The Joint Base Charleston Honor Guard presents the colors while the Charleston Southern University Concert Band plays the national anthem at the 8th annual Red, White and Blue Festival at the Hanahan Amphitheater, in Hanahan, S.C., November 7, 2020. Mayor Christie Rainwater, City of Hanahan mayor, and members of Joint Base Charleston and U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Station Columbia spoke about the importance of Veterans Day at the event.

Air expo gives attendees firsthand look at military
May 1, 2018
Master Sgt. Christopher Malone, U.S. Army Special Operations Command Black Daggers Parachute Demonstration Detachment demonstrator, throws a ceremonial first pitch at a Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park during a Charleston RiverDogs baseball game, April 26, 2018.

Studies Highlight Joint Base Charleston’s Economic Impact
May 31, 2017

Base hosts tour establishing local security partnership
February 1, 2017
Lt. Col. Robert Clouse, right, 628th Security Forces Squadron commander, and Chief Master at Arms Joseph Blacka accompany Joseph Bowers, left, Hanahan fire chief, on a security forces patrol boat tour of the Cooper River Jan 25. The boat tour was an opportunity to show Hanahan city officials the capabilities of Joint Base Charleston’s security forces. Additionally, as part of the tour, a new memorandum of understanding was ratified dictating jurisdictional and coordinated response between the base and the neighboring community.

JB CHS Chapel, Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy sign partnership MOA
September 29, 2016
Rev. Rob Duey, Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy chaplain (left), Col. Robert Lyman, 628th Air Base Wing commander (center), and Lt. Col. Walter Bean, 628th ABW chaplain sign a Memorandum of Agreement here Sept. 21, 2016.  The MOA establishes written guidelines between the Joint Base Chaplain's office and the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy.  This organization provides emergency, crisis intervention and counseling services to local EMS, first responders and other local agencies.  The Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy will collaborate with the JB Charleston Chaplain’s office as part of the chapel’s P4 initiatives. The program establishes local partnerships and bolsters networking and communications between religious officials across the low country.