Joint Base Charleston (JBC), South Carolina
The U.S. Air Force 628th Air Force Base Wing, Air Mobility Command operates from Joint Base Charleston (JBC). The base sits in northern Charleston, South Carolina. The United States Navy Naval Support Activity Charleston and the United States Air Force Charleston Air Force originally shared this base. The two entities combined on October 1st 2010, under the recommendation of the Base Realignment and Closure Commission of 2005. Since the jointing, the Air Mobility Command (AMC) has lead military activities of the base.
There are more than 20,000 military, civil and reserve personnel stationed at JBC. As an active civil-military airfield, JBC cooperates with Charleston International Airport. Particular sections of the airport are reserved for military activity. The Charleston County Aviation Authority has secured terms with the U.S. Air Force that allows for use of the airport for commercial flights.
No matter what kind of military legal matters you are confronted with, the law offices of Gonzalez & Waddington can help. We represent military personnel who serve at Joint Base Charleston and U.S. bases around the world. Our military attorneys represent clients and fight court martial cases throughout the United States, Europe (Germany, Italy, England, Spain, Cypress, Belgium, Turkey), the Middle East (including Bahrain, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Qatar), and the Pacific Rim (Korea, Guam, Hawaii, Japan). Our team of civilian military defense lawyers aggressively defend Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps service members.
We have provided legal assistance in the following situations:
- court martial cases,
- pre-charging investigation and representation,
- UCMJ Article 120 sexual assault,
- show cause boards,
- administrative separation boards,
- Article 15s and non-judicial punishment (NJP),
- Article 32 investigations,
- discharge upgrades,
- correction of military records,
- various other administrative proceedings,
- and letter of reprimand rebuttals.
Our combined experience includes court martial cases, administrative proceedings, military separations, and non-judicial punishment for service members in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard.
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