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315th Airlift Wing, Joint Base Charleston, SC

 

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News Alert:
The parking lots for building 49, 51, 54, 60 and 256 are going to be restriped sometime between 31 July and 7 Aug. The work will be performed overnight.

If you have folks that leave vehicles in these parking lots overnight, please have them remove their vehicle during this period.

The parking lot for 51, 54, and 60 will be split over 2 nights.

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Here are a few photos of 315th Airmen in action at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K. Over 185,000 people visited the 302 aircraft from 30 different nations.

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Got blood? The bloodmobile will be on base Wednesday!

Here are a few updates to the dress & appearance AFi that were released on the 13th. The changes include OCP guidance and changes to female hair standards.

We had a great time today with 100,000 people visiting our C-17 at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K.

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Lt Col Susie Gordon and Capt Jackie Bergey enjoyed Science and Technology day at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K. today. Several groups of school children visited the C-17 today.

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The 315th is Live at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K.

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See the 315th along with our many friends land at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the UK today.

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Welcome Col. Clinton R. ZumBrunnen, who took command of the 437th Airlift Wing this morning.

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Great photo sent from our friend Dave Curry. AFRC Air Mobility Command #airpower

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The 315th had a great time participating in the RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day. The crew from the 701st Airlift Squadron did a great job of showing the public what we do. Here are a few highlights.

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The 315th had a great time at the Yeovilton Air Day. 30,000 of our closest friends visited our C-17!

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Great fun today at the Yeovilton Airday in the UK. The 701st crew did a great job!

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Off to England on our C-17

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Let's be sure to look out for each other this summer!

It's been great working with you Col. Canlas!

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C-17 Globemaster III fireworks! Video of C-17s popping aerial IR countermeasure flares. Video by Airman 1st Class Carly Kavish | Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Public Affairs

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Here's more proof that our Charleston C-17's are busy around the globe!

Airman 1st Class Bret Miller, 442nd Air Expeditionary Squadron, marshalls a Charleston C-17 Globemaster III June 14, 2018, at Erbil, Iraq. This aerial port is one of many in the U.S. Central Command that aids missions across the area of responsibility. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Caleb Pierce)

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Here's a great shot of a Charleston bird getting its feet dirty in the desert!

A Charleston C-17 Globemaster III readies for departure from an undisclosed location, June 23, 2018. C-17s can airdrop both cargo and personnel, and are able to land on small, austere runways as short as 3,000 feet with a full load. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Corey Hook)

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Congratulations to the 315th Airman Leadership School graduates from last night! SrA Dollecia Coast from the 315th AES was awarded the Distinguished Graduate Award.

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It's always great to see employers and organizations being so supportive of our Citizen Airmen like Staff Sgt. Della Creech!

This is awesome! One of our forefathers flying the same plane he flew in WWII. 🇺🇲️🇺🇲️🇺🇲️

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Here’s the Charleston area flight schedule for this year’s #SalutefromtheShore
1:15 p.m. Isle of Palms
1:16 p.m. Charleston Harbor
1:20 p.m. Folly Beach
The 9th Annual Salute from the Shore will begin, as always, at 1:00 PM on July 4th in Cherry Grove, SC, just north of Myrtle Beach.
This year's Salute will include a flyover of F-16s from the 169th Fighter Wing at McEntire Joint National Guard Base, as well as a fleet of vintage military aircraft. The flight will include a loop through Charleston Harbor and, for the first time ever, a Salute over Lake Murray! The jets will fly over Spence Island on Lake Murray around 1:45 p.m.
You can help support Salute From the Shore by doing any or all of these things:
Head to the South Carolina coast at 1 PM on the 4th of July.
Go “BIG!” Get a huge flag or get creative.
Then GET TO THE BEACH on 7.4.18 in all your red, white and blue!
Record your Salute on camera and share it with the world - on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, a blog, or any other place you want.
Photos of the aircraft are great. Photos of people Saluting aircraft are better.
Tag your Salute images and videos with #SalutefromtheShore

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