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A Team Shaw child touches snow during the 20th Force Support Squadron’s Frosty Fest at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., Dec. 17, 2017. Shaw members frolic in winter wonderland
The 20th Force Support Squadron hosted Frosty Fest, a family-friendly winter celebration for Team Shaw members, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Dec. 17.
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Team Shaw members planted a Cherrybark Oak tree in celebration of Arbor Day at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., Dec. 13, 2017. Arbor Day celebrated at Shaw
Since the first Arbor Day celebration was held in 1872 in Nebraska City, Nebraska, the idea of celebrating tree planting as a means to improve the environment has spread to all 50 states.
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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Ronald Nowlin, 20th Civil Engineer Squadron assistant chief of operations, speaks into a radio during a major accident response exercise at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Nov. 17, 2017. MARE tests Team Shaw
The 20th Fighter Wing Inspector General team conducted a major accident response exercise, Nov. 17.
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F-16CM Fighting Falcons are multi-role fighter aircraft used by 20th Fighter Wing pilots assigned at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. Wild Weasels train for next fight
As Air Force pilots navigate hostile skies at break-neck speeds overseas, they must rely on their past experiences and home station training to fight opposing forces and survive.
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A flag rests in a memorial wreath during a Veterans Day Celebration ceremony in Sumter, South Carolina, Nov. 11, 2017. Shaw, Sumter celebrate veterans
The Sumter County Veterans Association and local residents hosted a Veterans Day Celebration in Sumter, South Carolina, Nov. 11.
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The 20th Force Support Squadron (FSS) Do-It-Yourself Auto Repair Shop, located at 311 Avocet Street, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, opened for customers, Nov. 6, 2017. 20th FSS opens auto repair shop
A 20th Force Support Squadron Do-It-Yourself Auto Repair Shop opened for customers, Nov. 6.
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U.S. Airmen assigned to the 20th Fighter Wing stand for roll call before trick-or-treating at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Oct. 31, 2017. Shaw celebrates Halloween
U.S. Airmen assigned to the 20th Fighter Wing, led by the 20th Security Forces Squadron, volunteered to be in a Pumpkin Patrol, conducting safety and surveillance operations to provide a safe environment for activities Halloween night at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Oct. 31, 2017. Approximately 50 Pumpkin Patrol volunteers monitored base housing and directed traffic for four hours as Team Shaw members from on and off base gathered to trick-or-treat. (U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Kathryn R.C. Reaves)
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Honor Guard accoutrements are displayed in a box prior to a 20th Force Support Squadron Honor Guard graduation at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Oct. 30, 2017. Honor guardsmen graduate
Sixteen Airmen temporarily assigned to the 20th Force Support Squadron Honor Guard graduated from a two-week training course at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Oct. 30.
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U.S. Airmen assigned to the 20th Fighter Wing serve food to attendees at the 18th Annual AbilityOne Picnic at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Oct. 27, 2017. AbilityOne picnic recognizes employees
The 20th Contracting Squadron hosted the 18th Annual AbilityOne Picnic in Hangar 1200 at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Oct. 27.
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In 2014, approximately 17 percent of Americans over the age of 16 had their identity stolen. Taking precautions like deleting suspicious e-mails, avoiding untrustworthy websites and encrypting sensitive information can help prevent adversaries from stealing personal information. Protecting personally identifiable information
Couples often celebrate the birth of their child by sharing the heartfelt moment with friends and family on social media. While the family is rejoicing, it does not take long for a criminal to track down the newborn’s social security number with the information posted online. Several months later, the parents receive a notice in the mail saying their child owes several thousand dollars in debt, said Jeff Gordy, 20th Communication Squadron wing privacy act manager, describing a common mistake individuals make regarding personally identifiable information.
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