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Greyson, son of Alyson and Tech. Sgt. Michael Scales, 609th Air Support Operations Squadron, gets finger printed by a security forces member for a child idenfication kit.  The kits are used to help identify or locate a missing child.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tarsha Storey) Shaw's focus on safety today, everyday
Be safe. That is the message of Safety Day today at Shaw. Throughout the day, there are briefings for Shaw personnel and each squadron will conduct in-house safety instruction. “Safety Day is where we focus on operational risk management, mishaps and safety,” said Airman 1st Class Amanda Forest, 20th Fighter Wing ground safety apprentice. “We want
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2006
Col. Scott Mason, 20th Mission Support Group commander, prepares to climb out of an F-16 May 5 following an orientation flight.  Col. Mason will be retiring July 1.  The 20th MSG change of command is May 25.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman Matthew Davis) Farewell flight

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Shaw updated the public Web site May 5 to a new format.  The updates wer designed to make navigation easier.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tarsha Storey) Easier navigation on new Web site
On May 5, Shaw became one of the first Air Combat Command bases to update its public Web site May 5 to the new Air Force Public Web Program mandated by AFI 35-101, Public Affairs Policies and Procedures. The new Web site, located at the address of the old Web site at www.shaw.af.mil, emulates the format and look of Air Force Link located at
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2006
Default Air Force Logo SC laws relating to DUI violations
(Editor’s note: South Carolina’s DUI and related laws are not reproduced in their entirety and the wording used is not identical. These summaries are intended as a public information service and are not a substitute for consulting the South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, as amended). Driving under the influence of alcohol South Carolina law prohibits
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Default Air Force Logo Critical 101 days start
The 20th Fighter Wing will kick off the 101 Critical Days of Summer with a safety day May 19. More than 30 years ago, the 101 Critical Days of summer began as a way for Air Force leaders to encourage Airmen to be careful for their own safety and to encourage the Airmen around them to live and work safely. “Last summer, the Air Force lost 29 Airmen
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2006
Shaw Airmen process through the mobility line Monday.  More than 450 Shaw members deploy in Air Expeditionary Force cycle 1 and 2 in support of the Global War on Terror.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman John Gordinier) Shaw Airmen deploy to AOR
More than 80 Shaw members deploy today to the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. Approximately 350 Airmen have deployed or are about to deploy during Air Expeditionary Force one and two, said 2nd Lt. Charlene Peters, 20th Logistics Readiness Squadron assistant installation deployment officer. More than 100 Airmen are deploying from the
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2006
Members of the Commission for Accreditation for Law Enforcement receive a briefing Thursday about F-16 ordance at the Weapons Standardization Section Training facility.  The team visited Shaw following completion of the Sumter Police Department's reaccreditation process.  Sumter Police Chief Patty Patterson is an honorary commander with the 20th Security Forces Squadron.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Susan Penning) Police tour

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Members of the 2006 Tops in Blue entertain Sumter and Shaw members with song and dance Wednesday at Patriot Hall. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Shirley Henderson) Tops in Blue rocks Sumter's Patriot Hall

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Default Air Force Logo Military, civilian, contractors work for Air Force together
The number of government contract employees on Air Force bases in general, and Shaw in particular, has grown steadily during the past few years. There are now more contractor employees than government employees within the Department of Defense. Contractors no longer reside in isolated work locations interacting only with their quality assurance
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Shaw maintainers install a travel pod to a 79th Fighter Squadron jet in prepraration for its flight home.  The jet was one of 12 jets used to support the Weapons Instructor Course at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Andrew Dumboski) 79th FS returns home
The 79th Fighter Squadron returned home Saturday from Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., where the squadron helped improve the F-15C division’s warfighting capabilities through simulated air combat. “The U.S. Air Force has the best air-to-air fighters in the world, and the (weapons instructor course) training we provided at Nellis is one of the many
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