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  • Metals techs build from ground up

    The 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology flight keeps 20th Fighter Wing F-16 Vipers flying at home station and downrange by embracing innovation in their operations.
  • 20th EMS AGE hosts Team Shaw officers

    The 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment flight invited Team Shaw company grade officers to tour their facility and to network, Jan. 4.
  • Shaw starts new training initiative: Superfront

    20th Fighter Wing Airmen recently created and executed a new training opportunity to enhance readiness at Shaw Air Force Base.
  • 20th MXG develops F-16 augmented reality

    Sometimes the pathway to innovation isn’t straightforward. The 20th Maintenance Group is working to bring the future to the here, the now, and the proven F-16 Viper, by getting technology more involved in the way they train their maintainers.
  • “Shooter Standard” aims high

    The newly reorganized 55th Fighter Generation Squadron, or “Shooters”, broke their own maintenance non-delivery record of 1757 sorties on July 23.
  • 20th AMXS reorganizes to increase agility, readiness

    Some things never change, but the 20th Fighter Wing is not one of them. As the Air Force works to bring the future faster and develop innovative new ways to increase the agility and lethality of its people, units and tactics, so does its premier suppression of enemy air defenses wing.
  • Competition tests combat-readiness

    Two load crews from the 20th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron tested their knowledge and combat-readiness during a quarterly load crew competition, Jan. 18.
  • Blue pants to blue skies, 20th AMXS keeps it flying

    20th Fighter Wing pilots push their F-16 Fighting Falcons to the limit. As a result, parts are going to need to be replaced. When the vertical stabilizer of a 79th Fighter Squadron jet needed to be replaced due to wear from flight, members of the 20th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron got to work and attached a replacement.
  • 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.
  • AFREP saves millions in funding

    When an Air Force asset is deemed unusable, there is a select group of experts that step in to breathe new life into the component; these professionals use their wide range of skills and resources to tinker with objects that would otherwise be tossed away, giving other units a chance to save time and money.
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