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  • 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.
  • Fillipino pilots tour Shaw

    When allies to the United States want to know how Shaw Weasels get the job done, the 20th Fighter Wing can show them how Team Shaw operates.
  • 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.
  • Flashback to tax season

    This week’s flashback Friday focuses on taking the “taxing” out of tax season.
  • Learning shot by shot with 20th SFS

    As Airmen steady their breathing, the smell of gunpowder filling their nostrils, they gently squeeze the trigger and brace themselves for a jolt from the stock.
  • Team Shaw honors WWII POW

    Airmen and Soldiers gathered with the family of the late Col. Charles C. Heckel, World War II prisoner of war, to honor his sacrifices during a ceremony at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Jan. 19.
  • Wild Weasels present Proud Falcon

    Airmen assigned to the 20th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron demonstrated commitment to the combat readiness of their F-16CM Fighting Falcons during a Proud Falcon Competition, Dec. 21.
  • 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
  • MARE tests Team Shaw

    The 20th Fighter Wing Inspector General team conducted a major accident response exercise, Nov. 17.
  • Wild Weasels train for next fight

    As Air Force pilots navigate hostile skies at break-neck speeds overseas, they must rely on their past experiences and home station training to fight opposing forces and survive.