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  • Fallen not forgotten

    Team Shaw and the local community came together to show their respect to fallen service members, prisoners of war and missing in action members, and break-ground for a new Veterans Memorial at Sumter Shaw Park, South Carolina, May 28.
  • Team Shaw hosts AAPI Heritage Month celebration

    Team Shaw hosted an Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month event at the U.S. Army Central Command Headquarters, May 23.
  • 20th FSS hosts search, recovery exercise

    The 20th Force Support Squadron hosted an exercise to practice search and recovery efforts with the 20th Civil Engineer Squadron and the 20th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, May 23.
  • Scheduling keeps F-16s up to date

    All F-16CM Fighting Falcons at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, require regular maintenance to stay in tip-top shape and ready to fly.
  • 20th FW flagship receives new tail flash design

    The 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron corrosion control flight changed the tail flash of the flagship F-16CM Fighting Falcon, May 15-18.
  • Ridin’ round being safe with it

    Team Shaw members took a Basic Riders Course to hone their skills at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina on May 10. The BRC is a two-day course that consist of three to four hours of class time and approximately 12 hours out on the riding course. During class time, safety management and basics about a motorcycle are covered. Out on the course, basic riding techniques are taught by the riding instructor.
  • Strength, sacrifice, resiliency; the Gamblers return

    After kissing loved ones, embracing their children and saying goodbye for six months to serve the United States in a country more than 7,000 miles away, Airmen from the 77th Fighter Squadron, also known as the Gamblers, set off for their journey to Afghanistan October, 2017.
  • Press Release: Shaw Airman found dead in hotel

    Airman 1st Class Monika Carrillo, an Airman assigned to the 20th Component Maintenance Squadron (CMS), was found dead in an off-base hotel on Saturday at approximately 10:00 p.m.
  • Hurricane season gusts toward Shaw

    The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and brings with it the increased threat of severe weather.
  • 20th SFS recognizes Police Week

    With humidity hanging in the morning air and the weight of their backpacks dragging them down, law enforcement members and supporters wiped sweat from their brows, ignoring their aching feet as they pressed on toward the completion of their 9-mile ruck march.
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