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  • 20th FW CC signs Fire Prevention Week proclamation

    Waking up to smoke filling your lungs and finding fire climbing the walls of your home is a terrifying situation one hopes to never experience.To help the populace become more aware of how to avoid a household fire, 20th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department Airmen are sponsoring Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7 – 13.In the spirit of the week, Col.
  • Shaw evacuates F-16s

    Tactical aircraft maintainers and pilots assigned to the 20th Fighter Wing performed a mass F-16CM Fighting Falcon hurricane evacuation at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Sept. 12, 2018.Due to the potential damage by Hurricane Florence, approximately 60 F-16s were evacuated to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.Thanks to the quick response time
  • Tyndall provides safe haven to Shaw assets

    U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 20th Fighter Wing, Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., evacuated to Tyndall to escape the potentially dangerous path of Hurricane Florence.
  • ANG medics maintain readiness with University of Kansas Health System

    Air National Guard Airmen are key to supporting Total Force readiness. Training agreements with civilian hospitals are vital to helping them achieve this support.
  • Building bikes, making memories

    An old run-down, rusty bicycle sits abandoned. The neglected piece of metal may have once been a source of cherished memories, perhaps a childhood milestone, a vehicle for adventure or a tool for self-improvement.
  • Airmen donate supplies to Sumter students

    Not every school student arrives on the first day of class with everything they need to be successful.
  • We will never forget

    Thousands of Americans stood helpless as they watched the streets of New York City fill with smoke and turn to chaos. Planes crashed into the twin towers, the pentagon and in Stony Creek Township, Pa. and 9/11 quickly became one of the worst terrorist attacks in U.S. history. Although many of today’s Airmen were not in the military during this time, there are still some who were enlisted during this tragic time. Some even had family in New York at the time of the attack.
  • Resilient kids, ready Airmen

    One thing Airmen worry about when they deploy is the well-being of their family, especially children who may have a hard time coping with the challenges that come with a parent’s deployment. The impact of deployment on children is a key component of Airmen readiness. Knowing their family is well helps Airmen focus on the mission.
  • Operational Support Teams work inside “beating heart” of USAF

    Each squadron in the Air Force faces different stressors and health challenges that require unique solutions. General David Goldfein, Chief of Staff of the Air Force, is leading an effort to revitalize Air Force squadrons.
  • SAPR empowers, supports Airmen

    Sexual assault can be a deeply traumatizing event in anyone’s life. Across the Air Force, Airmen and their families have access to Sexual Assault Prevention and Response or Family Advocacy Program resources to get support and guidance on how to move forward.