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  • Operations security is everyone's business

    "Email is not private", "Weathermen predict thunderstorms. You can predict threats to your organization." Posters with these sayings are posted all over the base in an effort to enhance operations security awareness. So what does that mean to Airmen? Master Sgt. Chris Thompson, 20th Fighter Wing OPSEC program manager gives one example where OPSEC
  • Life comes full circle

    For Lt. Col. Tommy Haynes, 20th Fighter Wing Command Post chief, the end of his 30 years of Air Force service will leave him right where he started. Once a JROTC cadet at Berkley High School in Moncks Corner, S.C., Col. Haynes will soon be returning to teach JROTC as a senior instructor after his retirement on July 27. Colonel Haynes was the first
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  • Shaw exercises to sharpen deployment skills

    Airmen here tested their combat capability and readiness over a five-day period as part of a Phase I operational readiness exercise, which ended July 18. The exercise was good practice for the wing's upcoming Operational Readiness Inspection beginning Aug. 5. Phase I exercises demonstrate the wing's ability to prepare for, process and move
  • 20th Fighter Wing Command Chief retires

    While the Air Force is enduring increasing change with improved technology and processes, one chief's service to the Air Force will never be forgotten. In 1947, the Air Force was established and in 1977 Airman Basic Gary Rutledge walked through the gates of Lackland AFB, Texas, and has been progressing with the Air Force for the past 30 years. Now