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Unite is one component of CSAF Focus Area #1 “Revitalizing Squadrons.” The Unite program provides Commanders with funding to initiate programs that will benefit all Airmen in their unit including assigned Air Force Active Duty and APF/NAF Civilians.


Unite programs benefit all airmen in a unit including Assigned Active Duty, Reserve, and APF/NAF Civilians. Family members may participate after paying any applicable fees.

Paying for Unite

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Your installation C3 will make Unite payments on your behalf via a purchasing card, though you must ensure budget limits are maintained at all times.

Final attendance count is due at least 72 hours prior to your ON-BASE event and will be used to invoice meals planned at FSS facilities. If the actual number is greater than what was planned, you'll be invoiced for the greater number. Off-base attendance requirements may differ.


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NAF Dollars
Food & Beverage - Must be used with a Unite event. One beverage limit per meal. No alcohol.

APF (MOA) Dollars
Equipment Rentals, program supplies, decorations, and entertainment - No prizes

UNITE funds CAN'T be used to augment holiday parties. Private Org funds may be used to cover expenses that exceed the allotted amount, but Unit Enhancement Funds and SM&W Funds CAN'T.

The "C3"

Community Cohesion Coordinator

Shannon Hebert is the C3 for the 628th Force Support Squadron and serves as the focal point for planning, development, and execution of the Unite Program.

She can confirm unit funding allocation, make payments on your behalf, and assist Squadron Unite points of contact to develop program events, based on a menu of innovative program options.

Ms. Hebert will assist and advise squadron Unite points of contact (POC) to develop programs for their squadrons, but will not be responsible for the direct execution of the squadron's event. The squadron POC will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of the unit cohesion activity/event.

Why Unite?

We are the 628 FSS Unite program. Our goals are to support SQ leaders, maximize the use of FSS facilities, measure impact, and provide maximum flexibility to SQ commanders. You use this program for any of the following reasons:

  • Develop a new skill or competency
  • Improve physical fitness
  • Increase esprit de corps, comradery, or moral
  • Promote interaction between unit members
  • Provide an opportunity for fun or relaxation
  • Reinforce peer, squadron, or AF corps values
  • Work on team-building exercise


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  • Family members are welcome to participate, but they must pay any associated fees.
  • Funds cannot be used to augment holiday parties on or off the installation.
  • Meals must be used in conjunction with an approved Unite event.
  • One beverage limit per meal.
  • Funds cannot be used for alcohol or prizes.
  • Unite funds cannot be combined with unit enhancement funds or SM&W funds.
  • Private org funds may be used to supplement funding.
  • Unit driven events require Commander's signature and approval from the AF Services Activity (may take up to 21 days).
  • Unutilized funds will be returned to AFSVA 31 December.

Program Development

Unite events are classified into three different categories:

Virtual 5Ks, Escape Rooms, etc. or visit for more information 

Unit Developed Program (UDP):
UDPs capitalize on opportunities in the local area and require prior approval from the AFSVA.

Charitable work provides a cost-effective team building activity that allows co-workers to see each other in a new light and can make a significant impact in your community. Free events do not need approval, but we still need to capture the information.

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UNITE Program

100 W Hill Blvd
Charleston, SC 29404

Hours of Operation

  • Monday – Friday
    7:00am – 4:00pm