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  • 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.
  • Innovation at its finest

    The Air Force looks to its Airmen to be innovative in order to save time and money. Staff Sgt. Justin Tankersley, 20th Maintenance Group weapons lead crew chief, created a new tool for F-16 Fighting Falcons.
  • 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
  • Alzheimer’s walk

    Typically, diseases are unforeseen and affect not only the host but their loved ones as well. Alzheimer’s is no different. It is a disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions. Treatment can help, but it has yet to be cured.
  • Defenders strengthen combat skills

    U.S. Airmen assigned to the 20th Security Forces Squadron participated in annual combatives training, Sept. 5.The training helped build on acquired fighting styles and techniques through a series of simulations, each intended to see how defenders respond to commands and make corrective actions to diffuse the situations.The scenarios gave the Airmen
  • What it means to serve

    Across the Department of Defense, military members dedicate themselves to protecting the United States and the American way of life through voluntary service.
  • 20th FSS provides Fitness On Request

    Airmen and Soldiers at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, are tasked with maintaining peak physical readiness.
  • FTAC program acclimates Airmen to Shaw

    In-processing, finding the shop, moving into a dorm room or finding a house and attending the First Term Airman’s Course. New Airmen hit the ground running.
  • 20th LRS revamps resiliency

    As individuals across the Air Force work toward physical, mental, social and spiritual fitness through resiliency training programs, Airmen at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, are doing what they can to ensure the training makes a lasting impact.
  • It flies in the family

    An Air Force major walks down the flight line of Canon Air Force Base, New Mexico, making his way toward his F-16CJ Fighting Falcon, aircraft 90830. As he climbs into the cockpit of the jet affectionately known as the Viper, he mentally prepares himself for the mission ahead.
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