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Vol. 5, No. 11

Patriot Team Charleston – One Family, One Mission, One Fight!

Friday, March 21, 2014

Reaching out through reading

Airmen visit area school children U.S. Air Force photo / Senior Airman Dennis Sloan

Hoyt Darden, a St. Andrews Elementary School kindergarten student, eats breakfast with a group of Airmen from Joint Base Charleston, S.C., before the Airmen read their favorite Dr. Seuss books to the students March 7, 2014. More than 30 Airmen from JB Charleston attended the event, ate breakfast with the children and answered questions about the Air Force. See the story and more photos on Page 3.

AFAF: For the Airmen, by the Airmen By Airman 1st Class Clayton Cupit Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs

This year's Air Force Assistance Fund campaign kicked off March 3, 2014, at Joint Base Charleston - Air Base, S.C., and is scheduled to continue until April 11, 2014. The AFAF was established to provide an annual effort to raise funds for the charitable affiliates that provide support to the Air Force family (active duty, retirees, reservists, guardsmen and their dependents, including surviving spouses) in need. The program assists Air Force personnel by helping with emergencies, educational needs and securing retirement homes for widows or widowers of Air Force members in need of financial assistance. "One hundred percent of the donated money goes to the Airmen" said 2nd Lt. Phillip Ramsey, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron programmer. "This program is for the Airmen, by the Airmen." Last year, approximately $65,000 was raised. This year the monetary goal is to reach $70,593, along with obtaining 100 percent contact with all active-duty personnel. There are two ways to donate, through payroll deduction and cash. Civilians may donate as well, but can only do so in cash unless they're retired military.

die while on active duty or to active-duty members when tragedy strikes. Spouses are AFEV's priority, but they serve the entire Air Force family.

"There are four different charities you can donate to in the AFAF," said Ramsey. "The Air Force Villages Charitable Foundation, Air Force Enlisted Village, LeMay Foundation and the Air Force Aid Society."

LeMay Foundation The LeMay Foundation helps widows of all Air Force retirees, both officer and enlisted, through financial grants of assistance. All donations help the families of those who sacrificed for our freedom.

Air Force Villages Charitable Foundation The Air Force Village is an exceptional retirement community with an extraordinary charitable mission - to Air Force Aid Society care for retired Air Force officer widows who need financial assisAFAS offers about $10 million in U.S. Air Force courtesy graphic tance. Air Force Villages Charitable emergency grants and interest-free loans Foundation honors widows for the sacrifices they made while to eligible Airmen and their family members. Whether the serving their country, side by side with their spouses. emergency is a death in the family, a car repair or basic living expenses, AFAS is available to help in times of need. Air Force Enlisted Village The Air Force Enlisted Village's mission is to provide a For more information about the Air Force Assistance Fund, home to adult dependents, typically moms of active-duty visit www.afassistancefund.org. members or their spouses, who are eligible for permanent To read about the specific organizations, visit www.afev.us, housing on a space-available basis. AFEV also provides tem- www.afvillages.org, www.afas.org and www.lemay-foundaporary housing to surviving spouses of enlisted members who tion.org.

USS Simpson picks up Tigers in Charleston

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USS Simpson (FFG 56) briefly visited Charleston, S.C., March 19, 2014, as the ship and crew prepare to return to their homeport of Naval Station Mayport, Fla., following a routine deployment. The Simpson moored at Union Pier Terminal in downtown Charleston to embark family members to ride the ship back to Mayport as part of the Navy’s Tiger Cruise Program. A Tiger Cruise provides the opportunity for the crewmembers’ family and friends to see what the U.S. Navy does on a day to day basis. Per naval instruction, a Tiger is usually any relative or friend (but not girlfriend / boyfriend, fiancée or spouse) of a crew member.

Honorary Commanders tour JB Charleston

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315th Airmen are true brothers-in-arms

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Navy continues 100% TA for FY15

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U.S. Air Force photos / Eric Sesit

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The Patriot • March 21, 2014

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"Be the Best at Helping Others Succeed" COMMENTARY

Commentary by Col. Kyle Kremer 375th Air Mobility Wing commander

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – The fundamental theme of what we do in the military is service. We serve our Nation, our branch of the military, our unit, our fellow service members, our families, our friends and even our fellow man across the globe. No matter what we do, it is all about serving others so they may succeed. It is the common thread that bonds us all together and is found in the core values of all the branches of the military. "Service before self" is more than putting the needs of the Air Force first. It is putting the needs of others ahead of self. Whether you are a member of the 375th Air Mobility Wing or one of our thirty-plus Total Force mission partners, serving others so they can succeed is what we do here at Scott AFB. The mission of the 375 AMW is to provide mission-ready Airmen and capabilities to enable rapid global mobility. A major part of that mission is to ensure Air Mobility Command and Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command are able to support United States Transportation Command in providing rapid global mobility for the Department of Defense, and in turn our Nation. But we are not the only ones who do that here at Scott. Our Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve partners in the 126th Air Refueling Wing and 932d Airlift Wing directly contribute air refueling and airlift in the execution of the mobility mission. The

635th Supply Chain Operations Wing ensures timecritical parts are sourced and delivered around the globe to keep the mobility mission moving. The 618th Air and Space Operations Center (Tanker & Airlift Control Center) provides 24/7 planning and command control of mobility missions worldwide. The Defense Information Systems Agency and Air Force Network Integration Center assure cyberspace and communications capabilities that enable the command and control of those mobility missions. ...and the list goes on. Every organization on this installation contributes to the global mobility mission in some way, and every organization on this base provides service to someone else. Whether it's delivering food or ammunition to deployed troops, transporting our wounded warriors back to life-saving medical care, responding to natural disasters by delivering humanitarian relief supplies, or shipping household goods for our service members' PCS moves...our global mobility mission is in service to others. The Air Mobility Command ethos captures it well, "Answering the call...so others may prevail." Unfortunately, it is sometimes difficult for some of our Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and civilian employees to identify how what they do on a daily basis contributes to this bigger mission. When the Civil Engineer "Snow Patrol" is plowing the streets and parking lots, they are not just moving snow...they are keeping the mobility machine running by enabling those who plan, command and control those mis-

sions to get to work. By providing quality child care at the Child Development Center or Youth Center, our civilian providers are enabling team Scott parents to execute and focus on the mobility mission without worry about their children. By providing trusted counseling and health care, our mighty medics are ensuring a resilient and physically ready force to execute the mobility mission from staff planning to combat deployment. Everything we do connects back to supporting the mobility mission, and that mission is all about helping others succeed. So when a natural disaster strikes, as did the recent typhoon in the Philippines or the devastating earthquake in Haiti, the President knows he can offer immediate humanitarian support to help them recover because he knows we can get it there quickly. Likewise, our Commander in Chief knows there is nowhere on this planet that terrorists can hide that we cannot reach...and that is because of the rapid global mobility we provide. No other country can match our ability to respond anywhere in the world, anytime, rapidly, on demand and in force...not a single one. We need to keep that focus in mind, and ensure all our personnel understand just how important what they do is and how it contributes to that greater mission. They should take great pride in their service to others...at home, abroad and right here at Scott AFB. We should all strive to be the best at helping others succeed. When you think about it, their success is also our success...and it's even more rewarding.

Honorable and Faithful Service Commentary by Airman 1st Class Vernon Fowler Jr. 6th Air Mobility Wing public affairs

MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – "On behalf of the President of the United States, the United States Air Force, and a grateful nation please accept this flag as a symbol of our appreciation for your loved one's honorable and faithful service." It would be difficult for someone to imagine the feeling of staring into the eyes of a grieving family member while presenting them a carefully folded flag and simultaneously reciting that phrase. This is what Airmen who have the privilege of participating in the MacDill Air Force Base Honor Guard experience on a daily basis. In April of 2013, I was chosen by my leadership to participate in the base honor guard. Upon my arrival, I had no idea of what I would be facing. I was anxious because I had never heard of the base's honor guard; and after being informed of everything I would need to learn, it only made me more uneasy. I was required, with the other new members, to constantly practice flag folds, firing party drills,

presenting the colors and all the other services honor guard provides. Everything had to be precise and performed ceremoniously, all while maintaining strict bearing. Even if a mistake was made, we were to continue as if nothing happened. I visited cities and cemeteries all throughout Florida, such as Sarasota National Cemetery, Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, and cemeteries as far as in Ft. Myers. The goal during each ceremony was to display the utmost respect to the deceased service member and the family and friends in attendance. It would hurt my heart each time I would have to look into the eyes of the individual receiving the flag as they hung onto my every word. On numerous occasions, following the ceremonies, widows, children and friends of the deceased emotionally thanked us for coming and doing the honors. I recently finished my contract and I must say it was truly a humbling experience. Honor guard has taught me the true meaning of our core values and to be genuinely selfless in the service we provide. What does professional military image look like to you?

U.S. Air Force photo / Senior Airman Shandresha Mitchell

Airman 1st Class Vernon L. Fowler Jr., 6th Air Mobility Wing honor guardsman, presents the flag at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., March 14, 2014. The base honor guard prides itself in showing the utmost dignity and respect in all the services it provides.

Air Force Undersecretary: Budget uncertainty worries Airmen By Jim Garamone American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON – Air Force personnel are worried about budgetary uncertainty, and service leaders pledge to be transparent about priorities and programs available as the service moves forward, Air Force Undersecretary Eric Fanning said March 11, 2014. Speaking to the Defense Writers Group, Fanning told reporters he has heard from quite a few airmen about their concerns about the force. "The main thing I promised is to continue to be transparent and to try and make decisions to get us to whatever the new normal is as quickly as possible," he said. "This has not been easy, because we still don't know what that is going to be." None of the services can really plan beyond fiscal year 2015 because of the specter of sequestration spending cuts the following year. The Budget Control Act of 2011 is still the law of the land. While Congress passed a law giving some relief from sequestration in fiscal 2014 and 2015, the law will go back into full effect in fiscal 2016. If full sequestration is triggered, the Air Force will have to reduce the number of airmen further, and in a much steeper manner, Fanning said. "We've made proposals on force structure and making the Air Force smaller, but we have to see what Congress will approve," he added.

"Certainly, there is a lot of angst out there for what the future holds." Some airmen have complained that the service appears to value equipment more than people, the undersecretary said. "I read a lot of these blogs too," he said. "There are a lot of airmen who understand that part of our commitment to them is if we're going to send them into harm's way, we're going to send them with the best equipment and the readiest that we can." The service must balance among capacity, capability and readiness, Fanning told the defense writers, noting that spending money on personnel only makes sense if those personnel are ready and equipped to fight the nation's battles. "I think [airmen] understand the decisions we are making in terms of investing in the technology that sets the Air Force apart and gives them the edge in a fight," he said. Air Force leaders still are committed to giving airmen the time to adjust to whatever decision comes forth, Fanning said. "We are still committed to using voluntary programs to the maximum extent possible before we will do anything in an involuntary way," he added. The air fleet is getting older and smaller by the year, the undersecretary said, so the service must invest in next-generation platforms. "We've been fighting a war in two theaters where we owned the airspace in a way that we won't in other types

of conflicts that are more contested," Fanning said. In the fiscal 2015 budget request, the service focuses specifically on capability over capacity. "That's why you see the Air Force aggressively trying to get rid of its older fleets and older infrastructure," he said. As this continues, he added, the Air Force's advantage in tactical airpower and in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets will increase. "These are two areas where we will see significant advancement," Fanning said. The undersecretary said he also expects improvements across the board from investments in space and cyber technology. "We cannot, in this environment, afford to invest in all the recapitalization and all the platforms we want to," Fanning said. But amid all the budget issues the U.S. Air Force is still the most potent air arm in the world, he said, and it must be ready to fight today and in the future. "That balance between the fight today and the fight tomorrow is a struggle that we are going to be dealing with for a long time because of these budget numbers," Fanning said. "But we still are, by far, the best Air Force in the world -- even in any of the scenarios we project out over 10 years. The issue is with the budget you have, and you stack that up against the missions you are assigned. That's the metric I use."

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JB CHS NEWS

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Airmen read to local school children Story and photos by Senior Airman Dennis Sloan Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs

More than 40 Airmen from Joint Base Charleston, S.C., visited with children from St. Andrews Elementary School March 7, 2014. The Airmen ate breakfast with 32 students and read to more than 760 of them. "This is our third year having the Airmen participate in our Dr. Seuss Reading Celebration," said Leslie Cooper, St. Andrews Elementary School teacher. "Our children look forward to it all year long." The Airmen each chose one of their personal favorite childhood Dr. Seuss books to read to the children. "Getting to interact with them and making

Piper Soliyan, a St. Andrews Elementary School kindergarten student, says the Pledge of Allegiance with Airmen from Joint Base Charleston, S.C., before Airmen read to the children March 7, 2014. More than 30 Airmen from JB Charleston attended the annual reading event, ate breakfast with the children, answered questions about the Air Force and then read the children’s favorite Dr. Seuss book.

them laugh while trying to read Dr. Seuss was pretty funny," said Staff Sgt. Jason Golden, 437th Aerial Port Squadron training fitness manager. "I had a great time." In addition to reading, each Airman chose a separate classroom where they talked to the children about the military and the military lifestyle. "The kids had some pretty off the wall questions and seemed to be really interested in talking to us," said Golden. When the event was finished, a hand selected student had the honor of walking their Airmen back to the library. "The Airmen are real, live heroes for them to look up to and to have them standing there in their 'uniform' is a dream come true for many of our students," said Cooper.

Natalie Brown, a St. Andrews Elementary School first grader, eats breakfast with Airmen from Joint Base Charleston, S.C., before the Airmen read their favorite Dr. Seuss books to the students March 7, 2014.

Airman 1st Class Max Wanzy, 628th Contracting Squadron specialist, reads a Dr. Seuss book to children at St. Andrews Elementary School March 7, 2014.

Airman 1st Class Max Wanzy, 628th Contracting Squadron specialist, walks down the hall with a student from St. Andrews Elementary School March 7, 2014.

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A new program called the Pilot will require TRICARE for Life beneficiaries to use TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery or a military pharmacy to fill prescriptions for select maintenance medications. This Pilot, which began March 14, 2014, is a provision of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act. The program only applies to TFL beneficiaries who fill select "maintenance" medications at a retail pharmacy. Maintenance medications are those for chronic, long-term conditions taken on a regular, recurring basis. This does not include medications taken for a sudden illness or infection such as antibiotics or medications taken for an acute condition such as short term pain relief. TFL beneficiaries taking an affected medication began receiving letters notifying them of the Pilot Feb. 18, 2014. Beneficiaries now have two 30-day refills of their prescriptions covered at a retail pharmacy before they are responsible for 100 percent of the cost. Beneficiaries may call the TRICARE pharmacy contractor, Express Scripts, at 1-877-8823335 with questions about their medications or to switch to the home delivery plan. "Home Delivery is an excellent choice for TRICARE beneficiaries to get their maintenance medications," said Col. Judith Hughes, 628th Medical Group commanding officer. "Not only is it a less expensive and convenient choice, but Home Delivery contributes to enhanced health care delivery by having your medication mailed directly to your home, so

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JB Charleston holds orientation for Honorary Commanders

Story and photos by Senior Airman Ashlee Galloway Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs

An orientation was held March 13, 2014, for the Honorary Commanders at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The JB Charleston Honorary Commanders Program encourages an exchange of ideas, experiences and friendship between key members of the local civilian community and the Charleston military community. The program provides a unique opportunity for members of the Charleston area to shadow Air Force group and squadron commanders, as well as commanders of Navy and Army tenant units at JB Charleston. "I was born and raised in the Charleston area, so I've always been aware of the military presence," said Erica Wright, 628th Air Base Wing Honorary Commander who will be partnered with Master Chief Petty Officer Joseph Gardner, Naval Support Activity command master chief. "Seeing a different side of Charleston, through the eyes of the military will be eye opening."

During the orientation, the Honorary Commanders toured several units on the installation and learned about their various missions. The orientation began with the Honorary Commanders attending a joint mission briefing hosted by the 315th, 437th and 628th wing commanders. From there, the Honorary Commanders boarded a bus to the 628th Security Forces Squadron K-9 Military Working Unit. After the 628th Explosives Ordnance Disposal unit briefed the group on their bomb suit and the F6 Alpha robot, the Honorary Commanders observed the 628th SFS dog handlers demonstrating the teamwork and mission of the unit's military working dogs. The tour and orientation ended on the flight line where the group toured a C-17 Globemaster III, learning about the cockpit, aeromedical evacuation and the different types of cargo a C-17 is capable of carrying. The Honorary Commanders will be officially inducted into their new positions during an induction ceremony scheduled for March 28, 2014.

Joint Base Charleston Honorary Commanders complete their tour March 13, 2014, on JB Charleston-Air Base, S.C.

Capt. Brian Butler, 16th Airlift Squadron pilot, explains the C-17 Globemaster III cockpit to several Honorary Commanders March 13, 2014, during the Honorary Commander orientation tour of JB Charleston-Air Base, S.C. The Joint Base Charleston Honorary Commanders Program encourages an exchange of ideas, experiences and friendship between key members of the local civilian community and the Charleston military community. The program provides a unique opportunity for members of the Charleston area to shadow commanders of Air Force wings and groups as well as Navy and Army tenant units at Joint Base Charleston.

Col. Jeffrey DeVore, Joint Base Charleston commander, speaks to the Honorary Commanders March 13, 2014, during their orientation tour of JB Charleston-Air Base, S.C.

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This April, the Department observes the tenth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month with the theme “Live Our Values: Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault.” Sexual assault is a crime and can only be stopped when everyone understands we all have a role in combating it. Your actions to reinforce standards of behavior and values and to emphasize the importance of social courage will strengthen our culture. Commanders and leaders at every level must establish a climate of dignity, respect, and trust. We also need a personal commitment from every servicemember, at every level in our military, to be steadfast participants in creating that culture. Adherence to Service values and standards of behavior will reduce risk and can stop inappropriate behavior. The Department does not tolerate, condone, or ignore sexual assault. We must “Live Our Values” every day, all year long and “Step Up” by intervening when appropriate, reporting crimes and supporting victims. When we all get involved we will move the department closer to a culture free of sexual assault. Jessica L. Wright, Acting


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JB Charleston hosts all female retreat ceremony

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Three Airmen from various Joint Base Charleston squadrons retire the colors for the evening during the Women’s History Month Retreat March 14, 2014, at Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, S.C. Women’s History Month is an annual observance highlighting the contributions of women throughout history and in today’s society. Colonel Judith Hughes, 628th Medical Group commander, leads an allfemale flight of Airmen in a Retreat ceremony March 14, 2014, in honor of Women’s History Month at Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, S.C.

Three Airmen from various Joint Base Charleston squadrons lower the American flag during a Retreat ceremony March 14, 2014, at Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, S.C. The ceremony was conducted by female Airmen in honor of Women’s History Month.

Airman and Family Readiness Center recognizes Military Saves Week winners

Teresa Osorio, Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union Branch Manager and Military Saves Pledge Drive representative, stands with Military Saves Week Winners: 1st Place, Airman 1st Class Vincent Brock, 628th Logistics Readiness Squadron, and 3rd Place winner, Petty Officer 1st Class Christopher Fendley, Naval Nuclear Power Training Command, at the Airman and Family Readiness Center on Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, S.C. The winners received $50 gift cards from Navy Federal Credit Union and Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union for their participation in the Military Saves Pledge Drive. Second place winner, Airman 1st Class Zach Woodard, 628th Comptroller Squadron is not pictured.

Kyla Marsh, Military Saves Youth Poster Contest Winner for Division I, is presented a $50 gift card from Navy Federal Credit Union and Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union March 11, 2014, at the Airman and Family Readiness Center on Joint Base Charleston – Air Base, S.C. Marsh received her award from Grayland Murdock, Navy Federal Credit Union Member Services representative and Erin Brown, 628th Force Support Squadron, Fleet & Family Support Center Certified Financial counselor .

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Big brother hands over mission to little brother

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QATAR – As a servicemember's deployment comes to an end, one of the biggest concerns is to set their replacement up for success. For Staff Sgt. David Rippy, his replacement is his brother, Senior Airman Mark Rippy, both reservists deployed from the 315th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Joint Base Charleston, S.C. The Rippy brothers are C-17 Globemaster III hydraulic systems specialists assigned to the 8th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar which maintains C-17s supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. They are responsible for troubleshooting, inspecting and performing hydraulic system maintenance which allows the C-17 and its crews the ability to transport passengers, and all types of cargo to include food, water, supplies and vehicles to accomplish Air Forces Central Command's mission. David initially started his Air Force career as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician but ultimately changed career paths after talking to Mark as he was training to become a hydraulic systems specialist at Sheppard AFB, Texas. "I went through initial training at Sheppard and then went through nine months of upgrade training with my unit at Charleston to be a certified hydraulic system specialist," said David.

David went on to work at his civilian job as an automotive set-up mechanic where he troubleshoots problems and performs all mechanical maintenance functions on equipment which includes repairs, modifications and performs changeovers and set-up on machines, fixtures and measurement devices. Mark, following the same training plan, finished his upgrade training but stayed on active orders and became extremely proficient at his job as he did it day in and day out. "I knew Mark and his abilities from working with him at Charleston," said Master Sgt. Armenia Coleman, 8th EAMS maintenance section chief, deployed from JB Charleston and a Memphis, Tenn., native. "Working with David the past couple of months, I knew getting Mark in the unit we wouldn't lose a step with the turnover." With the stories his brother was telling him of his experiences here, Mark was able to get a vivid picture of deployed work and life. "I talked to Mark and let him know about the mission out here before he was identified to deploy as we kept in touch often throughout my deployment," said David. "I spoke to my unit leadership and volunteered to deploy anywhere in the AOR," said Mark. "I was initially told that the members were already identified for the next couple for deployments but I was still ready and eager to deploy and an opportunity arose that allowed me to deploy here and become part of the 8th EAMS team."

Social Security launches expedited Veteran disability process

From the Social Security Administration

WASHINGTON – Social Security claims from veterans with a Veterans Affairs Department disability compensation rating of 100 percent permanent and total have a new process that will treat their applications as high priority and issue expedited decisions. Carolyn Colvin, acting Social Security commissioner, said the new process is similar to the way the agency currently handles disability claims from wounded warriors. "We have reached another milestone for those who have sacrificed so much for our country and this process ensures they will get the benefits they need quickly," Colvin said. "While we can never fully repay them

for their sacrifices, we can be sure we provide them with the quality of service that they deserve. This initiative is truly a lifeline for those who need it most." To receive the expedited service, veterans must tell Social Security they have a VA disability compensation rating of 100 percent permanent and total and must show proof of their disability rating with their VA notification letter. The VA rating only expedites Social Security disability claims processing and does not guarantee an approval for Social Security disability benefits, officials emphasized, noting that these veterans still must meet the strict eligibility requirements for a disability allowance.

Navy Tuition Assistance continues 100% reimbursement in FY15 By By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Elliott Fabrizio Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs

WASHINGTON – The Tuition Assistance program will continue to pay 100 percent of Sailors' tuition and enrollment fees in fiscal year 15, as announced by the Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert, during an All Hands Call in Mayport, Fla., March 18. This decision modifies a proposal for FY15, which originally included a payment split for TA where the program would pay 75 percent of tuition costs and 25 percent of that would be the responsibility of the Sailor. "This is important to me because I want an educated Sailor, and I want you to leave with all the certifications you can, so you can get a good job when you leave the Navy and fall right into a career," said Greenert. "We've accelerated your life, as we like to say." The CNO added that he is focusing on a way to ensure that Sailors using tuition assistance take courses that will benefit both the Navy and the Sailor and lead to a marketable degree in the civilian sector. The split-pay proposal was designed primarily to improve the effectiveness of the program by increasing Sailors' investment in their education. Usage analysis of Tuition Assistance suggests that when Sailors weigh personal cost as a factor, course completion rates increase. "Eventually, we may have to ask you to put a little skin in the game, as they say, but again I wanted FY15 to be at 100 percent," said Greenert. TA was created after the switch from a draft military to an all-volunteer military. It provided an incentive for people to volunteer, and operated as a cost share program for more than 30 years. In 2002, in response to retention and recruiting challenges, the TA reimbursement rate was increased from 75 percent to a full 100 percent. The current tuition assistance policy pays up front the tuition and fees for course enrollments. There is an FY credit limit of 16 Semester Hours, 24 Quarter Hours, or 240 clock hours per individual per fiscal year. Payments for tuition/fees will not exceed: a. $250.00 per Semester Hour b. $166.67 per Quarter Hour c. $16.67 per Clock Hour If you are considering taking courses, now is the best time to submit your TA application. The Center for Personal and Professional Development recently announced that the expenditure rate for TA funding is currently below normal levels. Usage is trending upward, and it's expected to increase to normal levels over the next few month, but currently, there's more funding available than usual at this time of the year. For more news from Chief of Naval Personnel, visit www.navy.mil/local/cnp/.

Mark arrived in March and became not only a member of the 8th EAMS but also a direct replacement for his brother. As brothers they share a few common traits that allow them to excel as hydraulic system specialists. "Both of us work hard, be it in a team environment or as an individual, and we are always looking for opportunities to learn and assist different career fields to achieve mission accomplishment," said David. Hydraulic systems specialists are key to ensuring the hydraulics and hydraulic pressure is functional and works properly to actuate the flight controls, ramp, door, gear and braking system of the C-17s that fly missions daily. "I worked with David for two months and as a knowledgeable and hardworking airman

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Staff Sgt. David Rippy and Senior Airman Mark Rippy, both reservists deployed from the 315th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., pose for a picture at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, March 11, 2014. Mark arrived in March and is the direct replacement for David at the 8th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron where both are hydraulic systems specialists supporting C-17 Globemaster IIIs flying missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Investigation board determines cause of KC-135 crash in May From Air Mobility Command Public Affairs

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Air Mobility Command has released the results of an accident investigation that examined what caused the May 3, 2013, crash of a KC135 in the Kyrgyz Republic. The crew of three, en route from the Transit Center at Manas to Afghanistan on a combat aerial refueling mission, perished in the mishap. Upon takeoff, a flight control system malfunction, the board found, generated directional instability, causing the aircraft's nose to slowly drift from side-to-side or "rudder-hunt." This condition, not fully diagnosed by the crew, progressed into a more dangerous oscillatory instability known as a "Dutch roll." The board identified that a poor layout of key information in the inflight manual and insufficient crew training contributed to the mishap by detracting from the crew's ability to act on critical information during their troubleshooting to turn off either of two cockpit switches which may have eliminated the malfunction. Having not recognized the Dutch roll condition, the crew initiated a left turn to remain on-course along the planned route of flight and used a small amount of left rudder to coordinate the turn. The use of rudder, while in a Dutch roll, increased the aircraft's oscillatory instability. The ensuing large side-to-side movements of the aircraft varied the crew member's foot pressure on the rudder pedal which caused inadvertent fluctuations in rudder position. These fluctuating rudder movements, coupled with slight right rudder use while

rolling out of the turn, compounded the Dutch roll severity and produced extreme airframe stress that caused the KC135's tail section to separate from the aircraft. The subsequent, uncontrollable descent resulted in an in-flight explosion. "Our hearts go out to the family members and friends of these Airmen," said Brig. Gen. Steve Arquiette, who led the accident investigation board. "Having attended the memorial service at Manas and later interviewing many co-workers, I know these Airmen were highly regarded and are greatly missed. The investigation team, with the help of our industry and Kyrgyz government partners, pushed through months of intense fact finding for the primary purposes of understanding what happened that day and to honor the crew's service to our nation." The three Airmen who perished are: Tech. Sgt. Herman Mackey III, 30, of Bakersfield, Calif. Capt. Victoria Ann Pinckney, 27, of Colorado Springs, Colo. Capt. Mark Tyler Voss, 27, of Boerne, Texas A unique combination of six factors – flight control malfunctions, insufficient crew force training, incomplete crew checklist response, use of rudder while in a Dutch roll condi-

tion, crew composition, and cumbersome procedural guidance – all came together during the flight's short 11-minute duration and resulted in this accident. "The crew encountered a condition that they had not realistically experienced in training, and when coupled with decisions based on their relatively low recent experience levels, were presented with an unrecognized hazardous and difficult situation to overcome," the general said. "It has been the focus of our investigative team, throughout these months of hard work and travel to the accident scene in the Kyrgyz Republic, to do everything we can to fully understand the facts surrounding this tragic string of events." The aircraft was assigned to the 22nd Air Refueling Wing at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan., and was flown by members of the 92nd Air Refueling Wing at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash. The crew and aircraft were flying out of the 376th Air Expeditionary Wing at the Transit Center Manas. The report is available on the Air Force Freedom of Act Reading Room website, Information https://www.efoia.af.mil/palMain.aspx.

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CNO says: 'No Plan' to change retirement

By Chief Mass Communication Specialist Julianne Metzger CNO Public Affairs

WASHINGTON – In a one-on-one interview last week and during March 18 all hands call in Mayport, Fla. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert asserted that changes to the military retirement system are far from taking effect and that there is no plan in place to change it. Greenert made it clear at the all hands call and in a recent "Conversation with a Shipmate" interview, "If you wear the uniform today, today's retirement system is your retirement system." Pushing back on recent retirement articles, Greenert told Sailors in Mayport, "There is no plan today to change retirement."

Greenert said the rumors of retirement changes stem from the Department of Defense recommendations to the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission reviewing military retirement for Congress. The President established the commission to conduct a review of military compensation and retirement systems. The commission is tasked to submit a report of its findings, along with its member's recommendations, by May 1, 2014 to the President and Congress. "Any retirement change that would take place is quite a ways down the road," said Greenert. When asked about the possibility of a new retirement system, Greenert said "It's going to be a few years before we get

March 27 / MANDATORY TAP Preseparation Briefings will be provided for Separatees and Retirees from 8:00 to 12:00 p.m. DID YOU KNOW…per Public Law 107-103, in the case of anticipated retirement, retiring service members can receive pre-separation counseling up to 24 months prior to DOS? And a separating service member can receive pre-separation counseling up to 12 months prior to DOS. This is the first step in the process to making you “career ready” to leave the service; and this briefing/counseling is required prior to attending the TAP GPS Workshop. / STOMP Training will be held March 27-28, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Join us for this Specialized training of Military parents, educators, and community members on how to utilize services for children with special needs.

Events

All classes or events will be held at the Airman and Family Readiness Center (Building 500) unless otherwise specified. For more information, or to REGISTER for a class or event, please call 963-4406.

March 26 / A class, “Unleash the Power of a Budget,” will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. A budget can set you on the course to financial independence. Walk away with a personalized spending plan/budget of your own. Couples are highly encouraged to attend. / A “PCS: Moving Made Easy” workshop will be held from 9:30 – 11:00 p.m. Learn from experts how to prepare and PCS smoothly.

March 28 / A Workshop for VA Disability Claims will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The VA representative will cover the VA claims and filing process. and individual claims assistance will be provided from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. NOTE: Members (who do not have a copy of their medical records) must sign an authorization letter at the Joint Base Charleston – Air Base Clinic’s Family Practice section. This letter must be signed NLT the Monday prior to the week’s Friday workshop that you plan to attend. / A “Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) Fundamentals” class will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Whether military or DoD civilian, learn the basics, purpose, how to enroll/maintain your account, investment strategies, and more.

one put together, studied, voted on and implemented." An overhaul to military retirement is being considered to ensure fiscal sustainability for the Armed Forces as well as ensure quality of life for service members who choose to make the military a career. Greenert said if there are changes, service members will have the option to transition to a new system but will still have the option to stay in the current retirement system they signed up under. Watch a replay of the entire Mayport All Hands Call: http://www.livestream.com/usnavy/video?clipId=pla_5c41 519e-2a90-456c-908e-2c087f58747a&utm_source=lslibrary&utm_medium=ui-thumb

Notices

/ VA Benefits Advisors Available for Assistance - Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits Advisors are available to assist all servicemembers, veterans, and family members who may have questions about VA benefits and services they are eligible to receive. Appointments are available in one hour blocks from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Walk-ins are welcome. The Air Base office is located in building 503, room 106, and the number is 9638224. The Weapons Station office is located in building 302, room 108, and the number is 794-4304. / Volunteer Excellence Award (VEA) - Nomin-ations are due by COB 10 March for the VEA that recognizes sustained volunteer service of federal civilians, family members, military retirees, and federal retirees. For further information on format and where to submit, please call Airman and Family Readiness Center at 963-4406 or Fleet and Family Support Center at 794-7480. / Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits Briefers are available to assist all service members, veterans, and family members who may have questions about VA benefits and services they are eligible to receive. Appointments are available in one hour blocks from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and walk-ins are welcome. The Joint Base Charleston - Air Base office is located in building 503, room 106, and the number is 963-8224. The JB Charleston - Weapons Station office is located in building 302, room 108, and the number is 794-4304. / Joint Base Charleston Multicultural Committee: Come out and support the Joint Base Charleston Multicultural Committee! Meetings are held every Thursday at 11:15 in building 246, room 114A. Be a part of the wing level committee as we coordinate events across the base promoting diversity and equality! Any questions please contact the president of the JBCMC Tech. Sgt. Whitehead at 963-5208.

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To submit a news brief, send an e-mail to Patriot@charleston.af.mil. Make the subject line "NEWS BRIEFS." Submissions must be received no later than close of business the Friday prior to publication. resume for a peer review and fine-tuning from 2 to 3:30 p.m. You will leave with all the all tools for the finalization of your resume. March 28 / “Interviewing For Success” will be held from 9 a.m. to noon. Learn positive interviewing techniques and how to respond to difficult questions.

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All classes or events will be held at the Fleet and Family Support Center at Joint Base Charleston – Weapons Station (Building 755) unless otherwise specified. To register for a class or event, please call 794-7480. NOTICE: The new office hours are Monday and Friday, 0730 to 1630 and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 0730-1700.

March 21 / “Basic Resume Writing & Cover Letter” will be held 9 to 10 a.m. Attendees will receive different types of resume formats/samples and a resume draft worksheet, action verbs, etc. Also, you will receive guidance on content, format, and grammar/ punctuation as you develop your first resume.

March 24 / “Home Selling” - Are you selling your home soon? Selling a home can be scary. Join our class, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., and gain the knowledge needed to sell a home. March 27 / Did you attend the Basic Resume class? If so, bring your

/ VA Appointments Available (Every Thursday) - Attendees receive information on disability benefits and medical records review. To register, please call the Fleet & Family Support Center, Joint Base Charleston-NWS, Bldg. 755, at 843-794-7480. / VA Benefits Advisors Available for Assistance - Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits Advisors are available to assist all servicemembers, veterans, and family members who may have questions about VA benefits and services they are eligible to receive. Appointments are available in one hour blocks from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Walk-ins are welcome. The Air Base office is located in building 503, room 106, and the number is 963-8224. The Weapons Station office is located in building 302, room 108, and the number is 794-4304. / ADHD Classes - Naval Health Clinic Charleston offers a class for parents of ADHD children every Wednesday from 9 to 10:30 a.m.. The discussions focus on parenting tips, resources, how to have your child assessed, and understanding other difficulties that cooccur with ADHD. The topics rotate once a week and repeat every month, so you can jump in at any time and learn some valuable tools. The classes are taught by Cindy Rich, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist with an extensive history in ADHD and behavior challenges in children. This service is free to enrolled patients at Naval Health Clinic Charleston. To register for the class, contact Capt. Carter at Naval Health Clinic Charleston, (843) 794-6895. / New Year, New Resume! - Military Saves, a component of the nonprofit America Saves and a part-ner in the Department of Defense’s Financial Readiness Campaign, that seeks to motivate, support, and en-courage military families to save money, reduce debt, and build wealth. The research-based cam-paign uses the principles of behavior economics and social marketing to change behavior. Military Saves encourages all service members, their families,

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Come Join the Fun at CafeMoms.com.... info, playdates & meet other Moms on the base! group "Moms on the NWS in Charleston SC" Military Mommies Group for JB Charleston. Visit our website for playdates and more http://www.meetup.com/military-moms/

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) For Moms with kids birth through kindergarten. Meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at Old Fort Baptist Church, 10505 Dorchester RD. Summerville, SC 29485. Contact Heather Hansen 873-2283 for more information.

Balfour Beatty Communities Foundations is once again offering post-secondary academic scholarships to both high school seniors and undergraduate students who reside in Balfour Beatty Communities military family housing. The application process is now open for scholarships that will be awarded for the 2014-2015 academic year. Applicants must be the child on an active-duty service member and reside in Balfour Beatty Communities military housing. Additional eligibility requirements and application details and submittal requirements can be found on the Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation website (www.bbcommunitiesfoundation.org). Please note, all applications must be postmarked by April 15, 2014.

Veterans, Families & Friends PTSD Support Group. Free Anonymous help for AD, Vets, families. 843.637.6463 or 843.509.0535.

FLAG DISPOSAL CEREMONY - American Legion Post 166, Goose Creek will be hosting an FLAG DISPOSAL CEREMONY on Saturday April 22, 2014. The Flag Disposal Ceremony starts at 5PM and the public is invited to attend. The Flag Disposal Ceremony is a very dignified program that disposes of torn, soiled and worn out AMERICAN FLAGS. If you have a flag at home or work in this condition, please bring them to the American Legion Post 166 located at 116 Howe Hall Road, Goose Creek for proper disposal. American Legion Post 166 cordially invites all Boys Scouts, Girls Scouts, Cub Scouts Brownie Troops and Active Duty Military personnel to attend and take part in this moving ceremony. For more information please call the Post at 553-5454 or check out our web site at www.americanlegionpost166sc.com

The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History. Thursday, April 3, 2014. McAlister Field House at The Citadel. General Admission: free and open to the public. Groups (especially students and veterans) are encouraged to participate! www.citadel.edu/finearts. - 5:30 p.m. VIP Cocktail reception with author Robert Edsel. For tickets, please visit the website - 6:30 p.m. Free public lecture with audience Q&A -- 7:30 p.m. Book signing.

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and civilian employees to take the Military Saves pledge. Joint Base Charleston’s Fleet & Family Support Center and Airman & Family Readiness Center will promote the Military Saves Campaign 24 February 24 through March 1, 2014. / The Scrap Metal Yard at Joint Base Charleston - Weapons Station is relocating to the East Side Core Area behind building 2332 and the water tower. Operations will begin Dec. 17, 2013. The Scrap Metal Yard will have new operating hours and days: 8 to 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Joint Base Charleston - Weapons Station personnel will be able to bring their scrap metals, no wood or trash, to the new facility during these days and times. Scrap should be 80 percent metal in order to be recycled as scrap metal. The scrap metal yard can be opened for special request (units getting new furniture, base clean up days, etc.) by calling 640-4197, 794-4240, or 963-1456. If you have any questions, contact Alan Moyer at 963-1456. / Relocation Assistance (RAP) - The Fleet and Family Support Center offers assistance to transferring service members and their families by providing information on their next assignment via Military Home Front. We also provide assistance in getting settled via a resource room with job listings, a telephone, a fax machine, copier, and internet access. We maintain a relocation computer system called Military Home Front that provides up-to-date information on most military duty stations and communities - plus we can provide additional information and personalized service). / Movie Nights at LIBERTY - Enjoy a LIBERTY movie night the second and fourth Tuesday of the month starting at 6:30 pm in the Liberty Game Room. We provide the food and drinks and feature some oldie (but goodie) movies and some new in-theaters-now movies! Check out which movies we will be playing on the Liberty Calendar posted in the Liberty Lounge! This event is free and geared toward unaccompanied Sailors and Airmen E1-E6 and geo-bachelors; CAC is required for sign-up. For more information please call: 843.296.3942 or facebook at Liberty NWS. / Joint Base Charleston Multicultural Committee: Come out and support the Joint Base Charleston Multicultural Committee! Meetings are held every Thursday at 11:15 in building 246, room 114A. Be a part of the wing level committee as we coordinate events across the base promoting diversity and equality! Any questions please contact the president of the JBCMC Tech. Sgt. Whitehead at 963-5208 MATTRESS SETS 11'' THICK PILLOWTOPS Brand New, With Warranties. QUEEN $285, KING $395 Twins & Fulls Available Can Deliver. 843-225-2011

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