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First 6 splits into 5/6 Association, Junior Enlisted Council
April 28, 2017
Members of Team Charleston are mentored during a Round Robin Mentorship event hosted by the Top 3 and 5/6 Associations at the Charleston Club, April 27, 2017. The 5/6 assists NCOs to improve their work center by providing professional development opportunities and networking with leadership and other base organizations. The Top 3 Association’s vision is to help senior enlisted members lead the way and make a difference for Team Charleston.

Team Charleston Purples Up! for Month of the Military Child
April 20, 2017
Petty Officer 1st. Class Robert Bromley, Naval Nuclear Power Training Command, holds his daughter, Madelynn, at the Joint Base Charleston-Weapons Station Child Development Center, April 13, 2017. April was named Month of the Military Child by former Defense Secretary Casper Weinberger in 1989 to applaud military children for their daily sacrifices and the challenges they have overcome. WS CDC is celebrating Month of the Military Child by hosting Wacky Hat Wednesdays, Purple Up! Fridays and planting gardens with parents and students.

Honoring Team Charleston’s youngest service members
April 17, 2017
Members of Team Charleston from the Childcare Development Center hold up signs during a parade here for a Month of the Military Child celebration, April 14, 2017. April is designated as Month of the Military Child to recognize the 1.7 million military children across the globe and the sacrifices they make alongside their parents.

Joint Base Charleston welcomes incoming honorary commanders
March 31, 2017
Joint Base Charleston leadership welcomes Matthew Hasbrouck, Trident Health chief operations officer, into the honorary commanders program at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, March 24, 2017. The honorary commanders program partners professionals from a variety of areas keep with commanders to strengthen the relationship between the base and local community.

628th CES disposes of Civil War-era cannonballs
November 23, 2016
Master Sgt. Tracy Passerotti, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, right, explosive ordnance disposal technician explains to JB Charleston commander Col. Robert Lyman, left, the background and procedures of proper disposal of Civil War-era explosives here. The 628th CES EOD flight worked with local emergency management teams to safely dispose of explosives brought ashore by the tides of Hurricane Matthew in October.

CFC returns to JBC
October 3, 2016