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  • American flag ends worldwide tour at Shaw

    Airmen attending the Senior Master Sgt. David B. Reid Airmen Leadership School at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, presented an American flag to Gary Fowler, Sumter City Police Department emergency management coordinator, outside of the Spratt Education Center, Feb. 2.
  • Shaw, Sumter celebrate veterans

    The Sumter County Veterans Association and local residents hosted a Veterans Day Celebration in Sumter, South Carolina, Nov. 11.
  • Sumter salutes veterans

    This week’s flashback Friday focuses on the patriotism of Sumter, South Carolina, residents.
  • 20th SFS leaders host town hall for Shaw residents

    Leaders from the 20th Security Forces Squadron hosted a town hall for base housing residents, Sept. 7.
  • Sumter community supports Shaw

    This week’s flashback Friday is a reminder of the local community’s appreciation for Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina.
  • Planning for the future of the Shaw community

    Team Shaw members are scheduled to meet and discuss establishing a protective designation for the Midlands of South Carolina with civilian and military officials, Jan. 11.“This is an effort to further protect the military mission, environment, and community by working to collaborate land-usage around our military installations,” said James Olsen,
  • Cookie drive raises seasonal spirits

    Members of Team Shaw sort cookies during the annual cookie drive at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., Dec. 8, 2016. Members of the Greater Sumter community donated 3,852 dozen cookies to be sent to deployed service members, and delivered to Airmen and Soldiers living in the dorms on base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kelsey Tucker)
  • 20th FW leadership address community questions

    U.S. Air Force Col. Daniel Lasica, 20th Fighter Wing commander, hosted a town hall here Nov. 29.
  • Sumter’s role in Shaw Air Expo and open house

    While the installation prepares for the upcoming Shaw Air Expo and open house, May 21-22, the city of Sumter, South Carolina, has its own role to play.That role is similar to the base’s role of being the host, in the sense that most attendees visiting for the weekend will stay in area hotels and eating and shopping in local establishments.Since the