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  • Shaw fire, emergency services awarded reaccreditation

    The 20th Civil Engineer Squadron fire and emergency services flight earned reaccreditation following a Commission on Fire Accreditation International hearing, Aug. 7-9.
  • Stay prepared during hurricane season

    According to the National Weather Service, the U.S. hurricane season began June 1 and ends November 30.
  • Airmen give F-16s new paint job

    The 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron gave the 77th Fighter Squadron’s F-16CM Viper flagship a fresh look, June 20.
  • Shaw celebrates freedom

    The 20th Force Support Squadron hosted the annual Freedom Bash, June 29.
  • Gamblers, Tigers compete for year’s best load crew

    U.S. Airmen assigned to the 20th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron participated in the annual Load Crew of the Year competition, March 1. The load crews assigned to the 77th and 79th Aircraft Maintenance Units loaded munitions onto F-16 Fighting Falcons, underwent uniform and toolbox inspections, and completed a written test based on career knowledge.
  • Shaw-nted Housing

    Costumes, candy, Halloween parties and trick or treating are common ways to celebrate All Hallows Eve. Another way some choose to take part in is by going to a “haunted house.”
  • 50th ATKS honors heritage

    Six 50th Attack Squadron Airmen traveled to Wichita, Kansas, Oct. 6, 2018, to attend the 100 year anniversary of the 2nd Lt. Erwin Bleckley's Medal of Honor flight.
  • F-16s evacuate before Hurricane Michael

    The 55th, 77th and 79th Fighter Squadrons evacuated their F-16 Fighting Falcons to Barksdale Air Force Base, La. The evacuation was to avoid possible damage to the aircraft from Hurricane Michael. The jets returned to Shaw AFB Oct. 12 and will continue normal flying operations.
  • Hand-me-down haven

    Acting on the idiom of “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” the 20th Force Support Squadron Attic connects families and gives back to the community through donations.People drop off donations to the Attic every day, not only to help clear out their homes, but to help those who may be in need.“We’re not just for the Air Force,” said Jennifer
  • Why voting is important

    Voting is a right many Americans take for granted.It has only been 57 years that every American citizen, no matter their gender, race, color or whether or not they read or speak English, has had the right to vote. The only requirement is one has to be 18 years of age or older.Since the inception of the Electoral College in 1788, voting for the
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