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Hutch Collins, 20th Civil Engineer Squadron threatened and endangered species biologist, holds baby red-cockaded woodpeckers after placing identification bands on them at Poinsett Electronic Combat Range at Wedgefield, S.C., May 30, 2018. Shaw AFB commitment to environmental protection
MEMORANDUM FOR ALL SHAW AFB PERSONNEL FROM: 20 FW/CC SUBJECT: Shaw AFB Commitment to Environmental Protection 1. The 20th Fighter Wing embraces the goal of protecting the environment and our natural resources within their area of responsibility including Shaw AFB, Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, and Wateree Recreation Area.
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Quest Largent, 20th Fighter Wing Judge Advocate (JA) military justice paralegal, reads from a courts-martial manual at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., May 9, 2017. The manual details punitive articles individuals can be charged under and provides JA Airmen information on how to write the charges. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kathryn R.C. Reaves) Legal Weasels keep Team Shaw on right side of law
Legal matters can be tricky. Can anyone in the 20th Fighter Wing legal office provide legal advice? What is the first step to procuring a power of attorney? Can Airmen solicit fundraising donations in uniform? Luckily for Team Shaw members, the award-winning professionals at the 20th FW legal office are dedicated to clearing up these kinds of questions and concerns.
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The 20th Fighter Wing’s new logo was adopted in December 2016 and represents Team Shaw members and the mission at the 20th FW. The new logo is a weasel riding two high-speed anti-radiation missiles, carrying a lightning bolt with the tail flashes of the 55th, 77th, and 79th Fighter Squadrons respectively. The lightning bolt symbolizes electronic warfare, the weasel represents the Wild Weasel mission, and the HARMs are what Team Shaw uses to challenge its enemies. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Christopher Maldonado) We all have a flying window: why my time is not as important as yours
When I was a maintainer, it was understood that Airmen were expected to be in place fifteen minutes prior to appointments, meetings and events.
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A U.S. Air Force airborne cryptologic language analyst examines native plants during survival, evasion, resistance and escape training as part of Red Flag-Rescue 18-2 at Playas Training Center, New Mexico, on May 7, 2018. Getting to know Code of Conduct: Articles IV-VI
Retired Air Force Col. Dewey Waddell was shot down in his F-105 Thunderchief over the jungles of Vietnam, July 5, 1967. He spent the next six years as a prisoner of war in the Hanoi Hilton.
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U.S. Staff Sgt. Jonathan Buchanan, 325th Operations Support Squadron non-commissioned officer in-charge of survival, evasion, resistance and escape (SERE) training, surveys a potential training area around Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., for Tyndall’s SERE program, Jan. 17, 2018. Getting to know Code of Conduct: Articles I-III
A hard truth about war is that not every service member is going to make it back to friendly territory after a mission and may fall into the clutches of the enemy.
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Royal Canadian Air Force 1st Lt. Ervin David Shaw, 48th Squadron Bristol F2B Brisfit pilot, is the namesake of Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., located approximately 11 miles from his hometown of Sumter, S.C. Lt. Shaw: 100 years later
Long before the plot of land that is now Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, became a pre-World War II auxillary air field, its namesake departed for a mission into the hostile German sky, never to return to his family.
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1st Lt Timothy Kim, 11th Civil Engineer Squadron installation Tririga information owner, poses for a photo while working with the next generation of information technology system, Tririga, inside the 11th CES headquarters building at Joint Base Andrews, Md., June 9, 2016. What is TRIRIGA?
The Air Force Civil Engineer Enterprise has implemented their first information technology system upgrade in 30 years in order to better manage facilities, equipment, costs and projects.
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A U.S. Air Force pilot assigned to the 55th Fighter Squadron prepares an F-16CM Fighting Falcon for takeoff at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., June 27, 2018. Falcons fly for freedom
Having never lived at a military installation before arriving at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, I was initially startled at the sight and sound of an F-16CM Fighting Falcon roaring over me as it came in for landing.
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The 20th Fighter Wing’s new logo was adopted in December 2016 and represents Team Shaw members and the mission at the 20th FW. The new logo is a weasel riding two high-speed anti-radiation missiles, carrying a lightning bolt with the tail flashes of the 55th, 77th, and 79th Fighter Squadrons respectively. The lightning bolt symbolizes electronic warfare, the weasel represents the Wild Weasel mission, and the HARMs are what Team Shaw uses to challenge its enemies. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Christopher Maldonado) We need your diversity
There is something to be said about being wholly yourself through every step of your career.
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The 20th Force Support Squadron (FSS) Youth Programs at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., was officially accredited by the Council of Accreditation ensuring services were well-coordinated, culturally competent, evidence-based, outcomes-oriented and provided by a skilled and supported workforce, June 5, 2018. Team Shaw gets accredited
The 20th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center’s afterschool programs received notification of accreditation June 5, 2018.
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