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  • Father. Warrior. Airman.

    A father picks up his combat gear; his daughter clings to his shoulders and her tiny face crinkles in confusion as he sets her down gently, then looks to his wife and chokes on the tears he hides as he turns away from his newly-formed family. This was a scene the family had become very familiar with.
  • WOW: Staff Sgt. Nakoneczny

    We sat down with Staff Sgt. Stefanie Nakoneczny, 20th Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management training and logistics noncommissioned officer in charge, to get to know her. Nakoneczny is best known for being a mom, caring and looking out for not only her daughter but those around her. Outside of work, Nakoneczny loves to bake with her daughter, practice yoga and plan fun weekends away.
  • More than skin deep

    From the beginning, humanity has been intrigued with sharing experiences and telling stories – whether painting on stone walls with ink made from berries and flowers or permanently altering their bodies to ensure the story outlasts their ability to articulate it.
  • Shaw celebrates continued sustainability

    SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. – The Shaw community participated in a statewide Arbor Day celebration at Shaw Heights Elementary, Dec. 6.
  • Port Dawgs make mission movement effective

    SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. – During a busy evening on the flightline, Airmen wait in out-processing lines hauling baggage filled with clothes, comforts and necessities to get them through a deployment. It may appear hectic, but there are devoted people streamlining the process.
  • From backpacking to Air Force packing

    It started when I was seven years old. My mom and uncle brought my sister and me to Syria to meet our family, and see our uncle get married. I saw people riding donkeys, It started when I was seven-years-old. My mom and uncle brought my sister and me to Syria to meet our family, and see our uncle get married. I saw people riding donkeys, honking every time they turned the corners; I met people who gave me food just because I was a kid. People there seemed to have an appreciation and depth in their lives. honking every time they turned the corners; I met people who gave me food just because I was a kid. People there seemed to have an appreciation and depth in their lives.
  • Just be there

    Ask. Care. Escort. These are the instructions military members are given when they suspect someone has suicidal ideations. The military stresses the importance of the wingman concept and being there for each other. I did not realize how pertinent those concepts would be in my life when I initially heard them at my first duty station.
  • CMSAF to engage with ACC Airmen about resilliency through video games

    The chief master sergeant of the Air Force is scheduled to play video games with three Airmen from within Air Combat Command from 2 to 4 p.m. EDT Oct. 23, 2019, on the ACC Public Affairs YouTube channel — ACCNewsTV. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airmen JaNae Capuno)
  • Shaw leaders put feedback into action

    On Aug. 21, Capt. Emilee Senn, 337th Recruiting Squadron operations flight commander, was bringing her child to the 20th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center. It was then she recognized how much people were worrying about rendering salutes and ensuring their hat was on properly while trying to usher their children inside the building safely.
  • 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.
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