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Default Air Force Logo Who abuses children?
If you looked around a room full of parents, could you spot the ones who would abuse or neglect their children? Would you know by the way they act or dress? Could you tell by the way they talked or by a certain look in their eyes? Would you feel confident picking out a parent you could trust with your own children? Some things about child abuse
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2006
Cadet 2nd Class Jon Florsz, U.S. Air Force Academy, participates in a military working dog exercise Tueday with the help of 20th Security Forces MWD Aneta and her handler, Senior Airman Aymee Laurain.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tarsha Storey) Future officers gain experience, insight
Officer cadets from colleges across the country are at Shaw learning how an operational Air Force wing works. The program, Operation Air Force, has been in existence for quite some time, said Maj. Mark Commenator, 20th Fighter Wing deputy chief, commander’s action group. “It’s an opportunity for (U.S. Air Force) Academy and ROTC cadets to immerse
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2006
Members of the South Carolina Civil AIr Patrol deplane after an orientation flight on a C-17 at Shaw Wednesday.  The CAP was established in 1941 and provides vital support of aerial and ground search and rescue, disaster relief, communications support, counterdrug and homeland security missions.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman John Gordinier) C-17 flight

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Ms. Robinson is awarded the Airman's Medal by Lt. Col. Greg Myers, 5th Air Support Operations Squadron commander, June 16 at Fort Stewart, Ga.  The 15th ASOS reports to U.S. Central Command Air Forces at Shaw.   (Courtesy photo) Aiman's Medal awarded for heroism
Deployed to Iraq, you’re walking to the dining facility for a midnight meal. It’s dark and you’re chatting with your friends. Off in the distance, you see a C-130 cargo plane coming in for landing when something goes wrong. The plane crashes, the main landing gear is ripped off, an explosion is heard and the plane becomes engulfed in flames. What
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2006
Senior Airman Catherine Bassemier and Staff Sgt. Bonnie Scheeter, from Sumter, are stationed at Shaw and work for the 20th MIssion Support Squadron.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman John Gordinier) Shaw's Spotlight
Shaw's Spotlight presents: Senior Airman Catherine Bassemier and Staff Sgt. Bonnie ScheeterSenior Airman Catherine Bassemier Organization: 20th Mission Support Squadron Duty title: Reenlistments technician Job duties: Process all reenlistment and extension contracts Time in service: 5 years Who is your hero and why? My parents of course, for how
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Shaw's technical, master sergeant promotions
Congratulations to the following staff and technical sergeants who were selected for promotion to the rank of technical and master sergeant: 20th Aeromedical-Dental Squadron Master Sergeant: Tedisha Baker Technical Sergeant: MariaChristina Ablang, Suzanne Hickmon, Lisa Host, Andrea Langham and Lemuel Ollet 20th Medical Operations Squadron Technical
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2006
Members of the 20th Logistics Readiness Squadron recently returned from performing convoy duty in Iraq for eight months.  The drivers participated in approximately 20 convoy missions.   (Courtesy photo) Airmen return from convoy duty
Members of the 20th Logistics Readiness Squadron recently returned from an 8-month deployment to Southwest Asia. While there, they drove approximately 20 convoy missions in Iraq for the 424th Medium Truck Detachment under the command of the U.S. Army. The convoys were usually about 30 to 40 trucks long. Before going to Southwest Asia, the
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 28th OWS: Most outstanding - Forecasters bring Fawbush-Miller Award back to Shaw
The winners of the Air Force Weather 2005 Annual Weather Awards have been announced and the 28th Operational Weather Squadron took the Fawbush-Miller Award as the Outstanding Operational Weather Squadron for the entire Air Force. Col. John Murphy, acting director of the Air Force Weather Agency, said he was honored to announce the winners and proud
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Default Air Force Logo Trading stripes for bars...Six Shaw Airmen selected for AECP
Six Shaw Airmen were selected for the 2006 fiscal year Airman Education and Commissioning Program. The AECP gives enlisted members the opportunity to become commissioned officers, said Sam Dairyko, flight chief for base training and education services. “This program will send the individual to school full time to pursue a technical degree while on
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2006
The 682nd Air Support Operations Squadron runs in unison while singing cadence during the early morning warrior run June 2.  The warrior run occurs the first Friday of every month.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Keri Whitehead) Running in flight

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