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  • Contractor expands communications squadron

    The sun rises over the horizon as one of Team Shaw’s members logs into the phone system, answers the ringing phone and begins working on tickets.
  • Citing health, safety concerns, Wilson and Goldfein order commanders to conduct ‘100% review’ of all base housing

    Responding to reports of poorly maintained and unsafe housing across several installations, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson and Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein on Feb. 19 directed commanders at every base worldwide to conduct a “100 percent review” of the condition and safety of all military housing by March 1.
  • Healthy hearts

    February is not only the month of “love”, but also nationally known as heart health month. Many Americans do not know that the leading cause of death in the United States is, in fact, heart disease.
  • Shaw votes for Napoleon Dynamite

    Team Shaw welcomed Jon and Doug Heder to the base for the 20th Fighter Wing Annual Awards party, Feb. 8.
  • 20th FW leadership holds Town Hall

    Senior leaders from the 20th Fighter Wing hosted a town hall, Feb. 13. The town hall provided a forum for 20th FW leadership to address questions and suggestions from Team Shaw members as well as provide updates about ongoing or completed projects.
  • A warrior left behind

    Scrubbing her cabinets and rinsing the dishes a Team Shaw spouse looks out the window for what felt like the sixth time, expecting her husband home for dinner any minute.
  • Combat fitness to stay combat ready

    Team Shaw members from the 20th Security Forces Squadron participated in a form of physical fitness designed to target all muscle groups as well as improve endurance and target real life scenarios.
  • Airmen give back

    When you get up in the morning, pull on your uniform, button up and check the mirror before you leave; do you think to yourself, “How am I going to make a difference today?”
  • From pupper to power

    Litters of German Shepherd, Dutch Shepherd and Belgian Malinois puppies are sorted and placed into different training categories at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. These puppies will soon be highly-trained military working dogs, stationed all over the world to work with different handlers, military branches and units, and protect the Americans they serve as well as the United States.
  • 20th FSS car giveaway ends

    The 20th Force Support Squadron Smile Campaign team hosted a money and car giveaway Jan. 1 – 31, and the winner of the car was announced on the last day.
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