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  • Radiology Technologist; the Middle Man

    Made up of two main layers and multiple complexions, skin is the body’s largest organ, and is the only one the human eye can see. Who can help determine exactly what’s going on if an injury occurs below the skin?
  • Shaw dental students brush away bad habits

    Cavities were filled, questions were answered and diplomas were handed out at the 20th Dental Squadron at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, as residents of the Crosswell Home for Children finished the Shaw Dental School program.
  • 55th AMU Airmen win ‘Commander’s Cup’

    At home or downrange, Team Shaw Airmen demonstrate their excellence and professionalism through their work.This was proven by their performance during Exercise Red Flag 18-1 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, which began Jan. 26 and concluded Feb. 16.The 20th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 55th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, won the Outstanding
  • Threats of social media

    As social media grows in use, it also becomes more popular with scoundrels.
  • 20th CES firefighters gear up

    After 20th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters receive notification of an emergency, they have little time to waste.
  • Importance of morale

    The United States Air Force has stood guard and defended this great nation in air, space, cyberspace and on the ground through the determination, skill and bravery of American Airmen.
  • 20th CPTS keeps money coming

    The 20th Comptroller Squadron financial analysis section builds the budget for the 20th Fighter Wing, funding projects and operations around the base as well as supporting U.S. Air Forces Central Command.
  • Women leading women

    Women from across Team Shaw gathered at the Chapel Annex for a Women’s Mentorship Forum, Feb. 22.The purpose of the lunch and learn was to bring together Airmen from all different career fields to participate in an open forum discussion geared towards servicewomen and military spouses.“There are so many more female Airmen now than there were when I
  • ‘Double Down’ pilot passes 1,000 combat hours

    “Mach” received a “Double Down” congratulations from members of the 77th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron as he surpassed the 1,000 combat-hour milestone in the F-16 Fighting Falcon Feb. 28, 2018 at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan.He achieved the milestone during a mission in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel.“I believe there are roughly six F-16
  • A&FRC helps Team Shaw save

    Team Shaw observed Military Saves Week along with the Department of Defense, Military OneSource, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and America Saves Feb. 26 - Mar 2.The campaign, held by the 20th Force Support Squadron Airman & Family Readiness Center, was aimed at helping military service members, DOD civilians, and their families stay