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  • Here comes the bang

    The 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group hosts a Weapons System Evaluation Program almost monthly at Tyndall Air Force Base. The 325th Munitions Squadron prepares all the munitions for each of these exercises, which usually involve one or two units. WSEP-East 22.08, held May 9-20, 2022, pushed the unit to

  • 20th Fighter Wing salutes new commander

    Team Shaw and members of the Sumter community gathered for a 20th Fighter Wing change of command ceremony, May 16.Led by Maj. Gen. Michael G. Koscheski, 15th Air Force commander, the ceremony recognized the leadership of Col. Lawrence T. Sullivan, outgoing 20th FW commander, and formally welcomed

  • Tyndall moves full speed ahead for Checkered Flag exercise

    The airspace and roadways surrounding Tyndall Air Force Base are busy as the installation moves full speed ahead into Checkered Flag 22-2, May 9-20, 2022. Checkered Flag is one of the Department of Defense’s largest air-to-air exercises, designed to test and improve air combat capabilities and

  • Military Spouse Appreciation Day

    The 20th Force Support Squadron hosted a Military Spouse Appreciation event May 6 to honor Shaw Air Force Base spouses. First observed in 1984, Military Spouse Appreciation Day recognizes the importance of military spouses and the sacrifices and contributions made by them every day.This occasion

  • Shooters roll’em home

    Airmen from the 55th Fighter Squadron and Fighter Generation Squadron returned home after a six-month long deployment to an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia in late April 2022.Deployed as the 55th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron and the Expeditionary Fighter Generation Squadron assigned to the

  • DOD Announces Winners of Environmental Award on Earth Day

    The Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards recognize installation teams and individuals for their accomplishments and innovative and cost-effective environmental management strategies, which support critical mission readiness at DOD.

  • ACC begins fielding tools to analyze, protect base EMS

    Electromagnetic radiation is constantly traveling at the speed of light with most of it being invisible to the naked eye. Now, with the use of new spectrum monitoring tools, Air Combat Command can track EM radiation from sources like radio and aircraft communication.

  • 20th CMS expands learning opportunities

    Noncommissioned officers within the 20th Component Maintenance Squadron developed the Ready Airman Initiative to provide training and resources to their Airmen, while meeting shift schedule demands.The Ready Airman Initiative provides a way for 20th CMS members to attend professional development

  • Shaw hosts Air and Space Expo April 2-3

    Shaw held its first air show in six years, opening the gates to over 75,000 people for the Shaw Air and Space Expo April 2-3.The show provided an up close and personal look at the military, from the celebrating significant milestones from the U.S. Air Force’s 75 years of service and Shaw’s 80 years