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  • Into the fleet again

    The 55th Fighter Generation Squadron’s aircraft, tail number 6084 took flight for the first time in three years.November 9, 2021, was the three year anniversary since 6084 hydroplaned during take-off, collapsed on the nose gear and skidded off the runway. While the pilot walked away unharmed, the

  • 20th MDG improves partner squadron readiness

    Beginning in October 2018, the Air Force started embedding Airman Resiliency Teams of medical support Airmen into heavy workload and high pressure units to increase operator readiness.The 20th Medical Group has assumed the responsibility of enabling the teams embedded into the 25th Attack Group by

  • MWD Kato Retires After Eight Years of Service

    The 20th Security Forces Squadron held a retirement ceremony for Military Working Dog Kato at the MWD Kennels obedience yard on Nov. 19, to pay tribute to his career as he retires from active duty.The ceremony began with a “Final Ride,” that saw Kato enter the yard in a patrol vehicle, followed by

  • Athletic trainers keep pilots in seat

    The 20th Operations Group has implemented Air Combat Command’s new Optimizing the Human Weapons System program across Shaw’s three combat fighter squadrons, providing targeted care to 20th Fighter Wing aircrew.The 20th OG hired two athletic trainers, a strength and conditioning coach and a certified

  • Tigers tackle three exercises

    The 79th Fighter and Fighter Generation Squadrons simultaneously supported three separate exercises with varying objectives from Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, throughout November.While the Tigers were originally tasked to Tyndall to support Checkered Flag 22-1 and the Weapons System Evaluations

  • Checkered Flag 22-1 comes to a close at Tyndall AFB

    Checkered Flag, hosted by the 325th Fighter Wing, is one of the DoD’s largest air-to-air exercises. It serves to integrate fourth and fifth-generation aircraft to train and test enhanced mobility, pre-deployment qualifications, and rapid response employment capabilities of pilots and aircrew.

  • SFS practices expeditionary skills in joint training

    In early November, the 20th Security Forces Squadron conducted a two-day joint exercise focusing on expeditionary skills at McCrady Training Center.“Some of the specific skills we were developing include: mission planning, mounted operations, dismounted operations, reacting to enemy contact, leading

  • Weasel of the Week | Airman Ana Cruz Holtcamp

    The Weasel of the Week series asks Team Shaw to share their experiences, Air Force spirit and personalities. We sat down with Airman Ana Cruz Holtcamp, 20th Healthcare Operations Squadron pharmacy technician, to get to know her and her job. Cruz Holtcamp is responsible for assisting the front desk,