Chaplain Candidates Visit Joint Base Charleston

Chief Master Sgt. Bryan DuBois, 317th Airlift Squadron loadmaster superintendent, shares his Air Force Reserve story with a group of Air Force chaplain candidates who visited Joint Base Charleston this week. The 315th Airlift Wing Chaplain Service hosted the 18 second lieutenants in an effort to tell the young officers about the opportunities available to them as Air Force Reserve chaplains. Besides meeting Reserve and active duty Airmen around the base, the group also visited patients at the Charleston VA Medical Center. Over the weekend they were scheduled to participate in the Joint Base Charleston Chapel services with active duty chaplains on the main base and over at the Naval Weapons Station. Weather permitting, they also hope to get a chance to visit the “Holy Cities” many historical churches before departing the area. (U.S. Photo by Michael Dukes)

PHOTO BY: Michael Dukes
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