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  • Iron Cowboy shares story of resiliency

    James “Iron Cowboy” Lawrence shared his story of grit, resilience and how he found the will to keep going in the face of challenges to Team Shaw Airmen, Jan. 27.

  • VVA Course: volunteers help victims get their power back

    Team Shaw’s volunteer victim advocates work within the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program to provide crucial services to individuals who experience sexual assault, such as conducting nonclinical assessments, coordinating referrals and accompanying victims to appointments including

  • 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.

  • Laboratory: heart of 20th MDG clinic

    Tucked away in a corner of the medical clinic, Airmen donned in white lab coats scrutinize data smaller than the human eye can see – information trapped in vials of blood, cups of urine, swabs of skin and containers of other substances not often mentioned in polite conversation.

  • Team Shaw remembers fellow Airman

    Team Shaw Airmen and families came together to remember the life of fallen Staff Sgt. Amalia Joseph, a 20th Component Maintenance Squadron electronic warfare journeyman, during a memorial service here, June 7.

  • The Top 3 Mindset

    Recently I was a panel member when an noncommissioned officer asked me the following question, “What advice do you have on how to accomplish what feels like an increasing number of taskers and requirements being asked of us and my Airmen on a daily basis?”

  • Combat fitness to stay combat ready

    Team Shaw members from the 20th Security Forces Squadron participated in a form of physical fitness designed to target all muscle groups as well as improve endurance and target real life scenarios.

  • Airmen give back

    When you get up in the morning, pull on your uniform, button up and check the mirror before you leave; do you think to yourself, “How am I going to make a difference today?”