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SAPR awareness

Petty Officer 2nd Class Courtney Veiga, a Naval Health Clinic Charleston sexual assault victim advocate, sorts through new clothes donated for victims of sexual assault. As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a clothing bin will remain in the NHCC atrium throughout April for those who choose to donate new women’s clothing to go to the Medical University of South Carolina Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner department. The MUSC SANE department provides forensic exams to victims of sexual assault. Many times during these exams a victim’s clothing must be taken as evidence leaving the victim with nothing to wear. The clothing items donated will provide survivors of sexual assault the ability to leave the hospital in something other than a hospital gown, providing them with both dignity and anonymity. The SANE Department is only requesting donations of women’s clothing as they are well stocked on men’s clothing at this time. Clothing being donated includes items such as athletic shorts, t-shirts, under garments and sweat suits. Clothing drives are also taking place at various commands on JB Charleston. (U.S. Navy photo/ Kris Patterson)
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Posted: 4/15/2014

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Gallatin Decommissioning

The American flag flies at the stern of United States Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC-721), during its decommissioning ceremony March 31, 2014, in Charleston, S.C. The Gallatin is being replaced by a new National Security Cutter, USCGC Hamilton (WMSL-753). (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Aaron Thomasson)
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Posted: 4/2/2014

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Gallatin Decommissioning

Current and former United States Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC-721) crewmembers, stand at attention as the cutter is formally decommissioned March 31, 2014, in Charlston, S.C. The Gallatin is being transferred to the Nigerian Navy following its decommissioning. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Aaron Thomasson)
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Posted: 4/2/2014

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Gallatin Decommissioning

United States Coast Guard Capt. Caleb Corson, delivers the farewell address during the decommissioning ceremony of United States Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC-721), March 31, 2014 in Charleston, S.C. Corson served as the Gallatin's commanding officer for almost three years. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sergeant Aaron Thomasson)
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Posted: 4/2/2014

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Gallatin Decommissioning

United States Coast Guard Senior Chief Petty Officer Rich Denton, a musician, tunes up before playing at the decommissioning ceremony of United States Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC-721), March 31, 2014 in Charleston, S.C. The Gallatin is being replaced by a new National Security Cutter, USCGC Hamilton (WMSL-753). (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Aaron Thomasson)
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Posted: 4/2/2014

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Gallatin Decommissioning

United States Coast Guard Cutter Gallatin (WHEC-721), rests at anchor before its decommissioning ceremony March 31, 2014, in Charleston, S.C. The Gallatin was commissioned in 1968 and served for 45 years. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Aaron Thomasson)
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Posted: 4/2/2014

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Inspection

Senior Chief Petty Officer Tommy Wagers, Naval Health Clinic Charleston Directorate for Administration senior enlisted leader, adjusts Seaman Christopher Connelly’s neckerchief prior to a command-wide uniform inspection March 28, 2014, at NHCC on Joint Base Charleston – Weapons Station, S.C. Connelly is a Hospital Corpsman assigned to NHCC. (U.S. Navy photo/Petty Officer 3rd Class Caralyn Mulyk)
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Posted: 3/31/2014

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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. (U.S. Air Force photo/Eric Sesit)
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Posted: 3/19/2014

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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. (U.S. Air Force photo/Eric Sesit)
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Posted: 3/19/2014

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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. (U.S. Air Force photo/Eric Sesit)
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Posted: 3/19/2014

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Capt. Jon Fahs, Naval Nuclear Power Training Command commanding officer, presents Ens. Zach Bunting with a command plaque and award certificate Feb. 14, 2014, after graduating with the highest officer class grade point average at a graduation ceremony for Nuclear Power School Class 1306 at Joint Base Charleston – Weapons Station, S.C. (US Navy Photo/ Petty Officer 3rd Class Jason Pastrick)
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Posted: 2/19/2014

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Capt. Jon Fahs, Naval Nuclear Power Training Command commanding officer, presents Petty Officer 3rd Class Scott Sam, a machinist’s mate, with a command plaque and award certificate Feb.14, 2014, for graduating with the highest grade point average in his class at a ceremony for Nuclear Power School Class 1306 at Joint Base Charleston – Weapons Station, S.C. (US Navy Photo/ Petty Officer 3rd Class Jason Pastrick)
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Posted: 2/19/2014

    

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