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  • Shaw, USC partner for leadership discussions - Part 2

    The Team Shaw Leadership Development Council and University of South Carolina held the second session of their Leadership Discussion Series, Aug. 15.
  • Test cell Airmen ready engines for launch

    A vast array of colors ranging from reds and oranges to purples and blues are released from the afterburner of a Shaw F-16 Viper engine in a 15-foot pulse. Meanwhile, the engine sends readings to the Airmen testing, telling them how much power it’s exerting.
  • Victim advocates are here for you

    Flashbacks of a living nightmare haunt an Airman in the middle of the night. The face of the person who defiled them is burned into their mind. This Airman is not alone. When an Airman is assaulted, representatives of the Air Force’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocacy program are available to assist 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Team Shaw’s 17 victim advocates know all too well the hurt people go through after an assault and spread the word about the SAPR program every way they can.
  • Spring into action with spring cleaning

    Blossoming flowers of pink, yellow and white fill newly green trees and fields as the sun rises on a crisp morning. A cool breeze carries little petals and pollen as far as the eye can see. For many people, pollen can be considered a nuisance due to allergies. While no one can control the amount of pollen outdoors, it is possible to replace heating, ventilation and air conditioning filters to breathe cleaner air indoors.
  • Cleaning up Shaw’s water

    The 20th Civil Engineer Squadron has teamed up with many partners to initiate the use of an Enhanced Environmental Cleanup Technology, BOS 100® Treatment Barrier to solve a contaminant issue dating back to an incident on base in the 1960s.
  • 20th MDG Airmen named 2018's “best in the Air Force”

    Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg, Air Force surgeon general, named two 20th Medical Group Airmen as the “best in the Air Force” for the 2018 Air Force Medical Service awards, Feb. 20. The AFMS awards program recognizes the top Air Force medics out of more than 24,000 Airmen across 76 military treatment facilities worldwide.
  • MQ-9 Airmen expand horizons, integrate into community

    As MQ-9 Reaper aircrew members begin to settle in at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, they must also adjust to a new environment which resulted from the Culture and Process Improvement Program.
  • ACC leaders visit Shaw, connect 20th FW to higher missions

    Gen. Mike Holmes, commander of Air Combat Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Frank Batten, command chief of ACC, visited Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Dec. 12-13.During the visit, the leaders aimed to reinforce the connection between Shaw’s mission and the priorities of ACC and the Air Force, while also addressing concerns of Airmen. Holmes and
  • 20th FW kicks off Red Flag 17-2 at Nellis AFB

    The U.S. Air Force’s two-week premier air-to-air combat training exercise, Red Flag 17-2, began Feb. 27 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, and will conclude March 10.Held multiple times each year on the vast bombing and gunnery ranges of the 2.9 million acre Nevada Test and Training Range, Red Flag is a realistic combat training exercise involving
  • New $57 million medical facility cares for military community

    Air Force leaders and community members attended the new 20th Medical Group clinic ribbon cutting ceremony, Feb. 24.Approximately 100 individuals attended, including Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Mark Ediger, Air Force surgeon general, and Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Sean Murphy, Air Combat Command surgeon general.The new $57 million medical facility, in conjunction with
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