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  • Firefighters keep training current

    Sweat drips down their faces in the 90 degree, humid, South Carolina weather as they carry hundreds of pounds of equipment on their backs while training to save lives. Team Shaw’s 20th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters perform intensive training in order to stay proficient on procedures and ensure they are physically fit for the job.
  • 51st takes control of PT testing

    The 51st Intelligence Squadron was faced with a problem concerning fitness testing. They were losing man hours, having to reschedule appointments and were not able to support each other during their Air Force Physical Fitness Test.
  • What it means to serve

    Across the Department of Defense, military members dedicate themselves to protecting the United States and the American way of life through voluntary service.
  • Airmen take a leap of faith

    For many people, stepping out of their comfort zone or straying away from their daily routine is something they would prefer not to do. Staying in the comfort of the known, rather than going into the unknown holds people back from doing things that, in the end, could benefit them.
  • 20th FSS provides Fitness On Request

    Airmen and Soldiers at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, are tasked with maintaining peak physical readiness.
  • Shaw library undergoes technological renovation

    The McElveen Information and Learning Center at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, received technological upgrades Aug. 8.With these upgrades, the McElveen staff intends to enhance the morale of its visitors and provide a means for Airmen to recover from a long day of work. “The purpose of all the equipment we have received is to improve the
  • FTAC program acclimates Airmen to Shaw

    In-processing, finding the shop, moving into a dorm room or finding a house and attending the First Term Airman’s Course. New Airmen hit the ground running.
  • Load crews train for deployment operations

    Imagine mission success laying on the shoulders of the individuals to your right and left. For one team of Airmen, the shortcomings of one can be catastrophic to the task at hand. These groups of professionals assigned to the 20th Maintenance Group, spanning three fighter squadrons, work in unison to ensure the job is completed efficiently. The
  • Enhancing careers one Airman at a time

    Fostering the force development for more than one thousand Airmen is no easy task, but it is accomplished every day by two Airmen at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina.
  • 20th LRS revamps resiliency

    As individuals across the Air Force work toward physical, mental, social and spiritual fitness through resiliency training programs, Airmen at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, are doing what they can to ensure the training makes a lasting impact.