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  • Panthers salute veterans

    The Carolina Panthers not only hosted the Atlanta Falcons Nov. 11 in Charlotte, they hosted several military veterans as part of the NFL's "Military Appreciation Day" to coincide with Veterans Day. Military veterans were on hand for the game in the stands and as part of the celebration. Lt. Col. Bob Shackleford of the N.C. Air National Guard gave
  • Youth hunt clears range

    Fifteen eager children, from South Carolina, checked in at noon at Poinsett Electronic Combat Range Nov. 10. Normally filled with the sound of explosions, soaring F-16 CJs or any of the other air-to-ground airframes utilizing the range, Poinsett was a venue of relaxation and tranquility for some on this particular Saturday. The children, dressed in
  • AADD volunteers receive recognition

    The top 14 Airman Against Drunk Driving volunteers were presented awards for their volunteerism Nov. 2 in the 20th Fighter Wing conference room. Chief Master Sgt. Scott Dearduff, 20th Fighter Wing command chief, presented awards to: 1st Lt. Erica Etter, 20th Civil Engineer Squadron Staff Sgt. Misty Moreno, 20th Component Maintenance Squadron Staff
  • Shaw hosts picnic to show appreciation

    The 20th Fighter Wing hosted a picnic to recognize National AbilityOne month here Oct. 19 to show its appreciation for the program and the hard work of its employees. AbilityOne provides employment opportunities for people who are blind or have other severe physical disabilities in the manufacture and delivery of products and services to the
  • Harvest fest

    The Child Development Center held its Harvest Fest '07 here Oct. 25 where children decorated pumpkins, played games and posed for pictures with a scarecrow. "We make this as educational as possible," said Paula Currier, 20th Services Squadron lead program technician. "These activities enhance their motor skills and they learned how corn is used to
  • 77th AMU wins load crew competition

    The 77th Aircraft Maintenance Unit won the quarterly load crew competition Oct. 19, beating the 55th and 79th AMUs here. The results were announced Oct. 26. Each load crew begins the competition with 2,000 points, said Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey McLaughlin, 20th Maintenance Group loading standardization crew member. Each discrepancy results in a deduction