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SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C.-- Staff Sgt. Charles Heffner, 20th Component Maintenance Squadron, recently receives an award for his volunteer work with a local school.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tarsha Storey) NCO honored

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Senior Airman Quincy Dunbar, 77th Aircraft Maintenance Unit aviation specialist, reads his technical manual prior to maintenance on an F-16 aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman John Gordinier) Shaw's Spotlight
Shaw's Spotlight presents:  Senior Airman Quincy DunbarOrganization: 77th Aircraft Maintenance UnitDuty title: Aviation specialistWhat are your job duties? A few of my job duties are to make all F-16 aviation systems green for flight, launch and recovery and fix all aviation faults.What do you enjoy about the Air Force? I enjoy the benefits,
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Default Air Force Logo Four 20th SFS teams deploy
Monday and Tuesday, 45 members of the 20th Security Forces Squadron deployed in four teams to various locations to support operations in the Central Command Area of Responsibility in Southwest Asia. Most of the deployed members will be conducting the typical security forces mission -- base security and flightline security -- while others will be
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SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C.-- Children from the local community ride the caterpillar Aug. 25. This was just one of many rides the children could enjoy during the Sumter Shaw Street Fest. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Holly MacDonald) Riding the caterpillar

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SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C.-- Airman 1st Class Paul Strickland, 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, hands out playing cards to the runners during the 5K Poker Run Aug. 25. The 20th Services Squadron handed out trophies to the top three fastest runners in the men's and women's group. Each runner was handed a playing card from five postions throughout the run and the two runners with the best poker hands won a prize.  (U.S. AIr Force photo/Senior Airman John Gordinier) Running for the best hand

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Default Air Force Logo Can credit be fixed?
(Editors note: This is the final article in a credit series.) Damaged credit has many causes but the effects are the same. It is necessary to have good credit to buy a house or get a low interest rate on many important purchases."If an Airman has spent years spending irresponsibly, the time may come when he or she will want to buy something
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Capt. Scott Whitehurst, 55th Fighter Squadron, follows Senior Airman Matthew Kunkle, 55th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, before a Maverick live-fire mission during Combat Hammer this week in Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. David Hathaway)                             Shaw makes history, tests air-to-ground lethality at exercise
Shaw's 55th Fighter Squadron deployed Aug. 18 to Hill Air Force Base, Utah, to participate in exercise Combat Hammer, which started Monday. One hundred twenty-three personnel including pilots, maintainers, weapons loaders, crew chiefs, operations support and life support technicians are taking part in this two-week operation where air-to-ground
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen step up to take swab, help save lives
You saw his face everywhere. The base exchange, dining facilities, the laundry exchange, work centers and even in the bathroom. The smiles of Cavion Holloway adorned hundreds of posters across the base advertising the bone marrow registration drive being held in his memory. The base-wide advertising campaign drew in 685 new registrants to the C.W.
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SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C.-- South Carolina Civil Air Patrol cadet Joshua Cunningham loads information on Shaw's Commander's Access Channel recently. Cadet Cunningham volunteered at the 20th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office over the summer. He is attending Clemson University on an academic scholarship and plans on pursuing a career in engineering. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Susan Penning) Airman in training

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Shaw's Spotlight presents:  Staff Sgt. Brian O'Connor  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman John Gordinier) Shaw's Spotlight
Shaw spotlight presents:  Staff Sgt. Brian O'ConnorOrganization:  55th Aircraft Maintenance UnitDuty title:  Avionics craftsman and swing shift expeditorWhat are your job duties?  Ensuring aircraft are mission ready for pilotsTime in service:  Eight years and seven monthsWhat do you enjoy about the Air Force?  I enjoy meeting new people and seeing
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