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  • Shaw celebrates continued sustainability

    SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. – The Shaw community participated in a statewide Arbor Day celebration at Shaw Heights Elementary, Dec. 6.
  • WOW: Staff Sgt. O’Toole

    The Weasel of the Week series asks Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, heroes, experts and all-around great Airmen to share their likes, dislikes, Air Force spirit and personalities.
  • Team Shaw attends resiliency workshop

    Team Shaw members attended a resiliency workshop at the Carolina Skies Club and Conference Center, Nov. 21.
  • WOW: Tech. Sgt. Butler

    The Weasel of the Week series asks Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, heroes, experts, and all-around great Airmen to share their likes, dislikes, Air Force spirit and personalities.
  • Chaplains revitalize squadrons with the Bigger Picture Initiative

    “A man who becomes conscious of the responsibility he bears toward a human being … will never be able to throw away his life. He knows the why for existence and will be able to bear almost any how,” Viktor Frankl, in his book, Man’s search for meaning.
  • WOW: Tech. Sgt. Spencer

    The Weasel of the Week series asks Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, heroes, experts and all-around great Airmen to share their likes, dislikes, Air Force spirit and personalities.
  • Creating the culture we’re proud of: an interview with Col. O’Malley and Chief Cooley

    Accountability for yourself and your team is one of the key pillars the 20th Fighter Wing command team has actively promoted during their time here. Most recently, Col. Derek O’Malley, 20th Fighter Wing commander, has encouraged members through open dialogue, social events, one-on-one discussions and an internal questionnaire to identify areas of sustainment and improvement. We sat down with both the Wing Commander and his Command Chief, Chief Master Sgt. Scott Cooley, to get their feedback on how they are aligning their efforts, the current status of the Wing and the concerns they are still trying to address.
  • Port Dawgs make mission movement effective

    SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. – During a busy evening on the flightline, Airmen wait in out-processing lines hauling baggage filled with clothes, comforts and necessities to get them through a deployment. It may appear hectic, but there are devoted people streamlining the process.
  • SC service members take on GAFPB competition

    Adrenaline courses through veins and bare toes grasp onto wet tiles as nearly 200 service members encircle a swimming pool, awaiting their chance to prove themselves.
  • Shooting for Shaw

    The 20th Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms hosted the inaugural M9 pistol Excellence in Competition shooting event at the Combat Arms training range complex at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Nov. 4-8.
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