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  • Wing announces 2017 civilian annual, 4rth quarter winners

    315th Airlift Wing leadership recently announced its civilian winners for the 2017 Annual Award and 4th quarter award for the civilian category.
  • Continuing Resolutions Create Uncertainty in Defense Department

    In Brussels to participate in the NATO Military Committee meeting, Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said continuing budget resolutions must end so the DoD can achieve the fiscal stability and predictability it requires.
  • AFJROTC launches Flight Academy program to address aircrew shortage

    Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC has launched a program aimed at potentially putting more pilots in the cockpits of military aircraft to help address the Air Force’s ongoing aircrew shortage. Beginning in the summer of 2018, select AFJROTC cadets who applied for a new Fight Academy scholarship will attend an accredited aviation program at one of six partnering universities to get a private pilot license.
  • Rare winter weather freezes Joint Base Charleston

    Joint Base Charleston received over 5 inches of snow and ice in early hours of Jan. 3 bringing the base to a standstill after winter storm Grayson blasted the Charleston area.
  • Mattis Speaks to Reporters About South Asia, North Korea, Iran

    Defense Secretary James N. Mattis discussed strategy in South Asia, issues on the Korean Peninsula and Iranian illicit weapons activities during an impromptu discussion with Pentagon reporters.
  • Eating, sleeping, exercise are keys to preserving health

    Physical health is at the core of a person’s ability to complete their mission. If they are injured or sick, or exhausted, they might be able to show up and do work, but their effectiveness will be diminished.
  • Task Force Couple Delivers ‘Inseparable’ Disaster Support

    The husband-and-wife team from Huntington District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, knew they wanted to support the recovery mission in Puerto Rico. The only consideration was timing -- would the stars align so this couple could deploy together? The answer came Nov. 14, when Leah, a district contract purchasing agent, deployed to Puerto Rico to support the Task Force Power Restoration mission. Evan, a civil engineer, wouldn’t join her until Dec. 22.
  • Mattis Impressed by Service Members' High Morale

    Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said he’s impressed by service members’ high morale and the steadfastness of the force in light of its involvement in more than a decade of war.
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