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  • 20th FW welcomes new commander

    Shaw and Sumter community leaders gathered for a 20th Fighter Wing change of command ceremony, May 26.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Victim advocates are here for you

    Flashbacks of a living nightmare haunt an Airman in the middle of the night. The face of the person who defiled them is burned into their mind. This Airman is not alone. When an Airman is assaulted, representatives of the Air Force’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocacy program are available to assist 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Team Shaw’s 17 victim advocates know all too well the hurt people go through after an assault and spread the word about the SAPR program every way they can.
  • Spring into action with spring cleaning

    Blossoming flowers of pink, yellow and white fill newly green trees and fields as the sun rises on a crisp morning. A cool breeze carries little petals and pollen as far as the eye can see. For many people, pollen can be considered a nuisance due to allergies. While no one can control the amount of pollen outdoors, it is possible to replace heating, ventilation and air conditioning filters to breathe cleaner air indoors.
  • Cleaning up Shaw’s water

    The 20th Civil Engineer Squadron has teamed up with many partners to initiate the use of an Enhanced Environmental Cleanup Technology, BOS 100® Treatment Barrier to solve a contaminant issue dating back to an incident on base in the 1960s.
  • Military leaders pledge ‘Tenant Bill of Rights,’ other reforms to address substandard military housing

    The civilian and military leaders of the Air Force, Navy, Marines and Army attempted to convince skeptical senators that they are working aggressively – and effectively – to correct poorly maintained military housing that has left some homes coated in mold, infested with rodents and with other problems affecting health and safety, March 8.“Our
  • A child’s home away from home – Part 2

    In-depth interviews, background checks and extensive training is only the beginning of what goes into the detailed care the 20th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center offers for each enrolled child. The CDC strives not only to provide a safe and nurturing environment which promotes the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of young children, but to also provide diverse, nutritional meals to help boost their development in every aspect.
  • A child’s home away from home – Part 1

    Dropping off a child at daycare can be bittersweet, but knowing the child is safe and well taken care of while at work can be comforting. The 20th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center mission is to assist Department of Defense military and civilian personnel with balancing the competing demands of working and accomplishing the DOD mission by helping raise their children.
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