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  • Team Shaw remembers fellow Airman

    Team Shaw Airmen and families came together to remember the life of fallen Staff Sgt. Amalia Joseph, a 20th Component Maintenance Squadron electronic warfare journeyman, during a memorial service here, June 7.
  • Coach or play sports today!

    A military child, who just arrived at yet another school with new sports teams and new friends, watches as other kids interact with childhood friends on the fields. They wonder if they will ever be able to kick up some grass with kids who are in the same shoes.
  • Team Shaw celebrates life of wingman

    The 20th Component Maintenance Squadron held the memorial service for Senior Airman Aaron J. Hall, 20th CMS electronic warfare systems journeyman, to reflect on his 30 years on earth and faithful service to our nation.
  • Blindsided: AF Defender resilient through adversity

    In June of 2017, Bratcher arrived to Air Force Basic Military Training in San Antonio, Texas, ready to begin her military adventure. She had high hopes of becoming a security forces Airman, always having wanted to become a cop so she could help people.
  • Army, AF prepare for CBRN environments

    U.S. Army Central Command Soldiers and 20th Civil Engineer Squadron Airmen came together for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear training, May 21.
  • Test cell Airmen ready engines for launch

    A vast array of colors ranging from reds and oranges to purples and blues are released from the afterburner of a Shaw F-16 Viper engine in a 15-foot pulse. Meanwhile, the engine sends readings to the Airmen testing, telling them how much power it’s exerting.
  • Air Force Honor Guard visits Shaw

    A team of 20 Shaw Airmen graduated from 20th Force Support Squadron Honor Guard training, May 22.
  • 77th Change of Command

    Congratulations to Team Shaw's newest 77th Fighter Squadron Commander, Lt. Col. David Bennett!
  • Airmen volunteer for local family

    Six Airmen from Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, displayed the second U.S. Air Force core value, “Service Before Self,” May 4, by dedicating their Saturday to help build a house for a Sumter family in need as part of the Habitat for Humanity, a global nonprofit housing organization.
  • HICTS heat up Shaw’s efficiency

    A load crew with the 20th Maintenance Group weapons standardization flight, performed a Hot Integrated Combat Turnaround for the first time at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, May 15.
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