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  • Shaw Wildland Management sustains wildlife

    Shaw Wildland Management Office and 20th Civil Engineer Squadron Airmen performed a controlled burn of approximately 285 acres at Poinsett Electric Combat Range in Wedgefield, South Carolina, Feb. 24.
  • Team Shaw amplifies black voices

    The 25th Attack Group hosted a Black History Month panel at Shaw Air Force Base, Feb. 26.
  • 20th CES launches Wild Weasels Work Together

    The 20th Civil Engineer Squadron Wild Weasels Work Together contest concluded with the 20th Security Forces, 20th Equipment Maintenance and the 79th Fighter Generation Squadrons taking home first, second and third place respectively.
  • 20th CONS conducts virtual contract bidding

    The 20th Contracting Squadron held their first virtual bidding session for a contract worth $52.5 million, Feb. 18.
  • MQ-9 begins flying missions from Romania

    The 25th Attack Group began flying the first active-duty operated U.S. Air Forces in Europe MQ-9 Reaper sorties in Romania via remote-split operations as of Feb. 1, 2021.
  • Metals techs build from ground up

    The 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology flight keeps 20th Fighter Wing F-16 Vipers flying at home station and downrange by embracing innovation in their operations.
  • Shaw tax office opens in limited form

    The Shaw tax center is scheduled to open for active-duty service members Feb. 16 and for retirees March 1. The center is scheduled to run until April 15.
  • 20th EMS AGE hosts Team Shaw officers

    The 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment flight invited Team Shaw company grade officers to tour their facility and to network, Jan. 4.
  • 20th FW AFE improves survival kits

    Airmen assigned to the 20th Operations Support Squadron redesigned their current survival kit and developed a draft kit to lead the 20th Fighter Wing into the future fight and to keep pilots safe on the ground.
  • Air Force announces Airmen leadership qualities

    The Airman leadership qualities are expected to form the basis for the future officer and enlisted performance reporting systems. The alignment between evaluating units and evaluating Airmen is intended to further emphasize and accelerate an understanding and adoption of the associated leadership qualities.